Mo-Ranch summer Camp is located on the gorgeous almost 500 acres of the Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly property in the Hill Country. Many of the buildings date back to the 1930s when Mo-Ranch was a working ranch and vacation spot for the Moran family. Many of Mr. Moran’s ranch buildings have been converted to housing and meeting spaces, Loma Linda however has stayed true to its original purpose- a base camp for youth programs.
Loma Linda becomes our home away from home during the summer. The building is air-conditioned, has four separate living areas with bunk beds, and community bathrooms. Boys and girls are divided by rooms where they stay with their same gender counselors and peers. Check out our tiles that depict camping scenes.
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( Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3, Bedroom 4, Bedroom 5, Lobby )
We use the whole ranch for summer camp programming, including the high and low ropes course, indoor climbing wall, archery range, sports fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, Riverview nature classroom, Youth Plaza, swimming pool, and of course the river. At the waterfront we have designated areas for swimming, a rope swing, canoeing and kayaking, playing in the rapids, and the famous Mo slide.
Most meals are served in the air-conditioned King Dining Hall. Campers eat on round tables to foster community building and receive three hot meals a day, buffet style. In addition to the planned meals, a full salad bar is available along with milk, fruit juices or water.
When not eating in the dining hall, an outdoor BBQ will be held weekly at the Pecan Grove by the river.
Along with the three meals, campers receive two snacks a day with one of them always being fruit.
*If your camper has any dietary needs please let us know in your registration