3000 Park Rd 36, Graford, TX 76449 info@campquesttexas.org

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2017 Calling All Volunteers!

We’re looking for the best of the best, and that means YOU! The dates of camp are June 18 – 24, 2017 at the YMCA Camp Ray Bean campground at Possum Kingdom Lake about 100 miles west of Fort Worth. You can submit your volunteer… Continue Reading…

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2017 Registration Now Open!

The dates of camp are June 18 – 24, 2017 We have rented all of the YMCA Camp Ray Bean campground at Possum Kingdom Lake about 100 miles west of Fort Worth. More details: $750 per camper through Friday, March 17, 2017; $800 after that.… Continue Reading…

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2017 Camp Announcement

There have been some exciting new developments at Camp Quest Texas! We’ve been able to get earlier dates for next year’s summer camp: June 18 – 24, 2017 Our volunteers plan to have our registration system ready early next year… Continue Reading…

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2016 Camp Video and Survey

It’s been 2 months since Camp Quest Texas and we are still hearing great stories from the campers, staff and parents. I am so proud to be a part of an organization that does so much to ensure a quality… Continue Reading…

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2016 Campership Sponsors

We always have a tremendous financial need here at Camp Quest Texas, to meet the needs of families who have significant financial disadvantages. Without sponsored camperships, these families would not otherwise be able to send their kids to camp. For… Continue Reading…

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2016 Fundraising Drive

Camp Quest Texas works hard throughout the year to make their Summer Camp a fun and educational experience, allowing campers to grow. They host philosophy discussions (like Socrates Café) where they encourage campers to continuously ask while formulating their own… Continue Reading…

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2015 Campership Sponsors

We always have a tremendous financial need here at Camp Quest Texas, to meet the needs of families who have significant financial disadvantages. Without sponsored camperships, these families would not otherwise be able to send their kids to camp. For… Continue Reading…