Spring Break Teen Adventure Camp
Please note that payment plans are not supported for online enrollment at this time. Payment in full will be required. If you would like to set up a payment plan, please call 512-930-3596 or visit the Georgetown Recreation Center.
Playing Possum on the Brazos
Where: Lake Mineral Wells State Park / Upper Brazos River
When: March 12-16, 2018
Cost: $250 Residents / $315 Nonresidents
Pre-Trip Meeting: Thursday, March 1, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
(Georgetown Teen/Senior Center, 1003 N. Austin)
Join us as we rock climb and paddle near the scenic Palo Pinto Mountains. First we’ll head over to Penitentiary Hollow in Mineral Wells State Park for some rock climbing on unique sandstone formations. Next, we’ll drive over to the Upper Brazos River at the base of Possum Kingdom Lake to begin a 3 day overnight canoe camping trip. We’ll paddle past scenic granite cliffs and narrow canyons on a 20 mile remote stretch of river. This river is known for good fishing and great sandbar camping spots. We will provide all of the camping and technical gear (tents, sleeping bags, climbing gear, canoes, paddles and life jackets). We will also provide meals when we are not travelling. You will need to bring personal gear and money for 2 meals on the road (about $20).
Parents: Your child will have the opportunity to observe and practice good outdoor judgment and decision making skills. Please note the trip is physically and mentally demanding. Please assess your child’s ability before signing them up.
Monday, March 12: Travel to Mineral Wells Lake State Park (camping)
Tuesday, March 13: Rock Climbing at Mineral Wells Lake State Park / Drive to Possum Kingdom Lake (camping)
Wednesday, March 14: Canoeing on Upper Brazos River near Possum Kingdom Lake (primitive camping)
Thursday, March 15: Canoeing on Upper Brazos River (primitive camping)
Friday, March 16: Canoeing on Upper Brazos River/ Drive to Georgetown
A 2018 Spring Break and Summer Camp Liability and Policy Agreement must completed by a parent / legal guardian is due at time of registration, as well as a $30 nonrefundable deposit for each camp course.
The remaining balance for each camp course must be paid in full by the Monday two weeks (14 days) prior to the start of that course. If not paid in full by this deadline, your child’s spot will be forfeited to the next child on the waitlist. You will lose your reservation and your $30 deposit.
Refunds, minus the $30 nonrefundable deposit, will only be given if withdrawal notice is received 14 or more days prior to the start of camp. No refund will be given with less than 14 days’ notice. Complete refunds (including deposits) will only be given for departmental cancellations. Because of staffing requirements, fees will not be prorated for partial attendance. Tuition is based on a full week. Tuition is based on all scheduled days.
Registration begins at 8:00 am on Thursday, February 1 and is limited to 12 participants.
The adventure program will provide technical and camping equipment necessary for adventure activities. Personal clothing and items will be discussed at the pre-trip Orientation Meeting. Registration fees include meals prepared while camping.
• Departmental cancellations– 100% refund
• Client cancellation (14+ days in advance)– refund minus $30 deposit.
• Client cancellation (within 14 days)- no credit or refund
• Inclement weather- programming will be held indoors.
Some of our staff training and certifications include:
- American Red Cross (CPR, First Aid, and lifeguarding)
- Wilderness Medical Institute (Wilderness First Responder)
- Rope Works (Ropes Course)
- American Canoe Association (swiftwater rescue)
- Nantahala Outdoor Center (kayaking)
- Outpost Wilderness Adventure (rock climbing)
For additional information, please contact Joe Armstrong at 512-763-8365 or firstname.lastname@example.org.