El Tesoro is located 45 minutes southwest of Fort Worth on 223-acres where Fall Creek empties into the Brazos River. Our natural surroundings provide a welcoming environment to reconnect, unplug and focus.
A variety of facilities can accommodate year-round overnight guests, small breakout sessions and large group gatherings.
Cabin accommodations meet a variety of expectations from the more modern cabins featuring wide porches, granite countertops and slate lined restrooms, to the rustic open-air cabins with screens. Some even include small kitchens and all have fire circles nearby. Each cabin sleeps a minimum of 12 guests.
The beautifully styled WoHeLo Lodge seats up to 300 guests. With a full-service kitchen and one of the most unique salad bars you’ve seen (It’s a canoe!), guests can enjoy our on-site catering that provides a variety of home-style menu items. A minimum of 15 people is required for food service. Groups are also welcome to cook over a campfire or in the cabins with kitchens.
I don’t get stuck because I can always come back to the growth mindset that I learned from Camp Fire…
Jakob D., College Senior; Camp Fire Alum, Former Counselor
My time as a Camp Fire camp counselor is something I’m especially proud of. I learned to never give up, to always keep trying…what I learned from Camp Fire has helped me of live my life with forward momentum. I keep trying to learn new skill sets. I don’t get stuck because I can always come back to the growth mindset that I learned from Camp Fire, and from my elders.
I saw some spark come back to my son, and I am a grateful mama.
My son had many difficulties in 3rd grade, and he was so defeated by the end of the school year. He wasn’t excited about a new camp, but quickly changed his mind after the first day. He also won a Leadership Award, and for the kid that didn’t win anything all school year, it was so very meaningful. I saw some spark come back to my son, and I am a grateful mama.