RATES & FEES

Rocky River Ranch is available to rent from mid-August to mid-April every year
and can accommodate groups of 50 to 140.



We are not available for rent from May to August. Because of our dormitory-style bunkhouses, cooking facilities and meeting rooms we do not entertain groups smaller than 50. In order to reserve the entire campsite, a minimum of 100 people must be guaranteed.
                                     

Lodging Rates

Regular rate: $40/person (Fri 3pm-Sun 11am)
Girl Scout rate: $35/person (Fri 3pm-Sun 11am)

Included in lodging fee: 
contracted cabins, cabin fire pits, sport court, Forty Niner, Ga-Ga Pit, Nine Square in the Air, and the riverbank campfire circle. (Note: If Hays County is under a burn ban, there can be no ground fires.)

Meal Rates

In order to have our staff cook for your group, you must have 50 or more guaranteed in your group. This is an optional addition to your group contract.

Meals: $8 per person per meal

Kitchen Rental

If our staff is not providing meals, you may opt to rent our Grubstake Dining Hall and kitchen. This includes use of the stove and oven, refrigerator, coffee pot, sinks, cooking utensils, dishwasher, dishes and silverware. This does not include use of any paper goods or food supplies.

Kitchen rental: $125 for the weekend           

Activity Rates

These are optional additions to your contract and must be scheduled through our office at least one month prior to your visit.

Bunkhouse Cabins

Our cabins are rustic with dormitory style bunkbeds. They are air-conditioned, heated and each have a beautiful rock campfire area.  Each guest is responsible for bringing their own sheets/blanket, pillow, towels and toiletries. We require a minimum number of guests in each of our bunkhouses. Listed below is the maximum capacity for each cabin and the minimum number required:


If you are interested in renting Rocky River Ranch for your group, please email events@rockyriverranch.com.

Rocky River Ranch | Summer Camp Programs

Summer Camp Programs

The perfect summer is waiting for your daughter aged 5 to 14 at Rocky River— filled to the brim with new friendships, challenging activities and, most importantly, lots of fun! Check out our day camp and resident camp options.

Rocky River Ranch | Weekend Programs

Weekend Programs

In the hot summer months, we’re an all-girls camp, but the rest of the year, we offer year ‘round fun at our Great Escapes for women and Mother-Daughter weekends!

Rocky River Ranch | Event Rentals

Event Rentals

Rocky River Ranch is the perfect solution for your special event! We host family reunions, church retreats, teacher work days, company picnics, Girl Scout groups, and more with lodging for up to 150 guests.

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Rocky River Ranch experience

I would definitely not be the person I am today without the experience of camp. I remember being 7 years old and so excited about my first camp experience. I don't think I slept the entire night before leaving. When I arrived at camp it was the most wonderful place I had ever seen. Rue was my first counselor and she took the time to show me around and introduced me to the other girls. I was scared at first, but it did not last long. By the end of the first night camp already felt like a second home. By the end of my first two weeks I did not want to leave. Rocky River was a part of my life forever. In the end what I took away from camp was friendship, love, respect and confidence.

‒  Debbie Merian Polasek Years at camp: 1977-1987

Another favorite camp memory that lives on is the camp songs. I have sung them to my kids when they were babies … and still sing to them to wake them up in the morning ("Good morning to You!"). Last summer my daughter went to camp for the first time (at age 6). She had a great time and is looking forward to going again this summer. She sings camp songs almost daily (I'm ready for her to learn a few new ones other than "Boom Boom, Ain't it Great to be Crazy?" and "I Wish I Were a Little Bar of Soap")!

‒  Patti Scott Gillman Years at camp: 1972-1985

The experiences at camp gave me a confidence and feeling of accomplishment. First, just being able to take care of myself away from home (with the counselors help, or course) allowed me my first feelings of independence. Being able to try different activities in a non-threatening environment — things I probably never would have tried at home — was a great way of discovering who I was. Then, later on having the responsibility of caring for children by being a big sis to a younger camper and then CIT, gave me a life-long heart for children. Enough so I became a registered nurse working in the pediatric intensive care. I don't believe I would be the person I am today without those many experiences at camp.

‒  Stephanie Shupp Wilson Years at camp: 1978-1983

I can't believe this will be my second summer away from Rocky River. I'm so campsick. I find myself singing RRR songs all the time, and i wish I could be there now! Camp has meant so much to me. Thanks for such a wonderful experience.

‒  Sara Jane Mitcham Years at camp: 1998-2003

The truth is I would not have become the person I am today without RRR! Making decisions for classes at 7 years old (with the help of a big sister and Rue as my counselor), remembering to wear your bathing suit under your jeans so you could go from the barn to the pool without the dreaded trip back to your cabin, remembering not to sign up for your pool class right before horseback … I could go on and on. The mistakes we made there were safe and there was a support system to catch you if you fell. Later I enjoyed working with the campers younger than me. First in WE as a big sister myself and later as a CIT Mom. In 14 years I grew and strengthened my commitment to myself. I felt loved unconditionally and I formed everlasting friendships. Some of them recently re-kindled after a 15-20 year gap as if no time had passed at all. In the last year I received a letter from a former CIT that spoke of my influence on her life. How it made her a better mother and a better woman. I have saved that letter for my children to read one day. I will always feel like Skeet and Sandy helped raise me and they always saw the person I could be! I can never thank them enough for that.

‒  Sunni Becker Markowitz Years at camp: 1974-1988

I loved performing on stage and modeling in the fashion show. I learned how to shoot a bow and arrow, and how to do synchronized swimming. I wrote a 'Snoopy' column for the newspaper. In fact, a lot of the things I loved then are things I still love today.

‒  Shannon McCann Years at camp: 1966-1975