Camp Eternal an independent retreat grounds located east of Austin. We are a new camp available to host small and large groups. We have brand new facilities, outdoor and water activities, and we can sleep up to 60 people. We have a dining hall where we are able to provide meals. The meal service is not part of the fees. Our Bunkhouse sleeps 60, with 3 private bedrooms and 4 large rooms with multiple bunk beds. The Bunkhouse features a 2 rooms that sleep 8, and one room sleeps 14. Contact us !
The two wings of our Bunkhouse form a great location for groups and individuals to gather, have fun, and rest. Our Bunkhouse sleeps 60, with 3 private bedrooms and 4 large rooms with multiple bunk beds. The Bunkhouse features a large bathroom and shower room in addition to 5 separate bathrooms with showers. This spacious building houses 5 couches, 3 tables, a hanging wall/screen projector and sound system, and a ping pong table. Additionally, board games and other games are provided for indoor use.
The Dining Hall is a brand-new facility housing our commercial kitchen and eating area that can seat up to 100 people. The Dining Hall is also available for use as a conference room or activity center, when scheduled by a group. This great space also has separate bathrooms for men and women. Because of liability, our commercial kitchen is not available for private use. However, the Dining Hall has a separate refrigerator and microwave for the campers' use, and a gas grill can be reserved for individual use.
Accès des voyageurs
paddle boards blob
water polo dive tower swimming paddle boat Fishing
sand volleyball dodgeball
can Jam horseshoes basketball court ga-ga ball archery war kickball washers archery ultimate frisbee whiffe ball
9 square in the air
team building challenge course
campfre & s'mores
ping pong & indoor games paintball (addtl cost)
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We are here during your entire stay. We are family run, and have staff on the grounds at all times.
WE offer other ways to visit our camp: Contact us to discuss for special occasions
Tent Campe(URL HIDDEN)/person/night Tent campers will have access to our outdoor campgrounds, bathrooms, showers, and fre pit.
Camping supplies, outdoor activities, and water activities are not part of this package.
Day Campe(URL HIDDEN)/person/day
Add food $8/person/meal
Day campers will enjoy full access to outdoor activities*, bathrooms, showers, and indoor rest areas.
Add food $8/person/meal
Retreat campers will enjoy our comfortable beds, outdoor activities*, indoor activities, bathrooms, showers, and indoor rest areas.
We do have rules to be followed. The pond is 5 acres and is a great place to enjoy family time. It is a great time to be with friends, relaxing and playing...however no one is allowed in the pond without one of our lifeguards on duty, and following safety rules for water fun. The pond is closed after dark. We have staff on duty 24/ 7 . We are non smoking in all facilities and have a designated smoking area . We are settled in the woods, so fire safety is important to us! No firearms on property. Contact Director for questions. Our biggest rule is that you come and enjoy the great out doors and rest comfortable in our Barnhouse, Bunkhouse, and Bunkroom! We have a desire to serve and make your time here as fun as possible.
We need at least 48 hours request, and conversation about your needs, and our expectations while you are staying here at our facility
We are Burt and Cindi Vimont and we are the parents of nine children, six of our own and three adopted. We are also blessed with twelve grandchildren.
Burt is a retired helicopter pilot that served in Vietnam. Cindi is a stay at home mom and the organizer of our large, busy family. We worked and lived in Saudi Arabia for 30 years, 18 years of which were spent as youth leaders of a Protestant church. We conducted weekly meetings, youth activities, Bible lessons, weekend outings, and camping trips for all age groups. We have housed and supported college aged youth workers each summer for full time ministry for our youth in the community in Saudi, many of these students have gone on to become full time Chi Alpha leaders and missionaries that we proudly support.
We have always felt a calling to run a camp. When we retired from the Middle East, we wanted to continue our ministry wherever we settled. We purchased a small ranch near La Grange, Texas and started construction on our vision as soon as we unpacked our boxes. Our children have lovingly supported our dreams and helped us carefully sculpt our land, acre by acre, and project by project, into the Camp Eternal we have today. This was truly a family effort.
" Serve those that God puts in front of you"