Summer Camps 2023…In the Books With Rave Reviews

By:
Megan Soltis, Communications and Family Events Manager

A wonderful summer was had by the Cordillera Ranch kiddos! We were so excited to offer summer camps to support every child’s interest, whether they like sports (Junior Golf Camp, Tennis & Swim Camp, All-Star Sports Camp, C-Star Games); crafting (Craft Queens Art Camp, Culinary Camp); equestrian (Princess Unicorn Camp, Horses & Art Camp) and/or adventures and magic (Ninja Camp, Outdoor Adventure Camp, Little Mermaid Camp, Harry Potter Camp)!

These camps not only provide a fun experience for the kids, but they also learn new skills, make friends, work on their social adaptations, and see parts of the Ranch that they might not have seen before.

We strive to make sure that every kid who attends camp not only leaves with a smile on their face, but is also able to take along some of the skills and activities they learned on their next adventure.

Summer Camp 2023 was fantastic, and we are already looking forward to next year. As we look back at the fun we all had, let’s hear what some of our campers had to say!

Chase Coggins
Junior Culinary Camp

What dishes did you make at Junior Culinary Camp?

Eggs Benedict, Caesar salad dressing with real anchovies, jam, and goat 

cheese bites.

What was your favorite thing you learned to make at Junior Culinary Camp? 

Edible cookie dough!

What’s the best thing about being a kid at Cordillera Ranch? 

Being a cowboy and seeing friends at different activities. 

Greyson Reeves 
Harry Potter Camp

What activities did you do at Harry Potter Camp?

I created potions, made magical creatures out of clay, played quidditch, and made our own wands and brooms.

What was your favorite part about Harry Potter Camp?

Probably the edible potions!

What’s the best thing about being a kid at Cordillera Ranch? 

You are able to attend camps!

Elliott Decker
Princess Unicorn Camp

What activities did you do at Princess Unicorn Camp? 

We went on some trail rides, and then we rode around the horse arena, then we did an egg race on the horses! Plus, an obstacle course and a hunt for rubber duckies!   

What is your best memory about that camp? 

Meeting all the friends. 

What’s your favorite part about being a kid at Cordillera Ranch? 

All the friends and the delicious food.

Megan Soltis is the Communications and Family Events Manager at The Clubs of Cordillera Ranch. She can be reached at msoltis@cordilleraranch.com and 830.336.9172.

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