The Public is Invited to View Total Eclipse at this Hill Country Camp

The Public is Invited


The Public is Invited to View a Total Eclipse” On Monday, April 8, 2024 at Camp Camp.




On Monday, April 8, 2024, the Public is invited to join Children’s Association for Maximum Potential (CAMP) as they host a “Total Eclipse at CAMP event at its summer campgrounds, located at 515 Skyline Drive, Center Point, Texas. The eclipse is set to occur at 1:30 p.m. (CST), and CAMP will be on the Totality Path for 4 minutes and 11 seconds, making it one of the prime viewing locations in the country. This event marks the final total solar eclipse visible from North America in this century.




To mark this extraordinary celestial occurrence, Camp CAMP will welcome approximately 400 camper families, friends, board members, media representatives, and the public to its expansive 55-acre camp property (see video here) in the Texas Hill Country. The Total Eclipse at CAMP day festival promises an array of eclipse-related and camp activities suitable for all ages.


The Public is Invited


Gates will open to the public at 8 a.m. and close at 4 p.m. to ensure smooth traffic flow. Throughout the day, attendees will have the opportunity to indulge in breakfast, lunch, and snacks available for purchase on-site.




Tickets for the event are priced at $100 for adults and $50 for children aged 12 and younger. Admission includes access to CAMP’s property, a designated spot for optimal eclipse viewing, ISO glasses for safe observation, engaging astrology presentations, camp activities, and more. Attendees must bring their own chairs. On-site parking is available for an additional fee of $25 per vehicle (RVs not permitted). Outside food and drink are not permitted within the festival grounds.


The Public is Invited


For those seeking an elevated experience, CAMP offers sponsorship packages suitable for company picnics, corporate outings, or family/friends reunions. Depending on the sponsorship level, benefits may include prime reserved seating for 25-75 in a reserved stellar location (excuse the pun); large, covered pavilion; complimentary parking and chairs; dedicated hospitality services; exclusive target sports activities; complimentary breakfast, lunch and snacks, “Total Eclipse at CAMP” t-shirt; upgraded ISO viewing glasses; and solar phone filter (to take pictures).




Registration for Total Eclipse at CAMP

Advance registration is strongly recommended “Total Eclipse at CAMP” as viewing spaces are limited. For more information and to secure tickets, please visit CAMP’s registration page or contact Lauren Weiss at 210-671-5411 or


The Public is Invited


About CAMP:   

Established in 1979, the Children’s Association for Maximum Potential (CAMP), also known as Camp CAMP, has been dedicated to providing enriching recreational experiences year-round for individuals aged 5 to 55 with a range of disabilities, including but not limited to Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability, Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome, Traumatic Brain Injury, Spina Bifida, visual impairment and hearing impairment.


Each year, CAMP serves over 1,400 individuals through its summer and school-year programs, with its flagship summer camp offering immersive 6-day/5-night sessions. Siblings aged 5-13 without disabilities are also welcome to attend, providing families with much-needed respite. Through a variety of activities such as swimming, horseback riding, canoeing, archery, music, arts and crafts, and social events, participants gain independence, self-confidence and valuable social skills. CAMP’s inclusive approach ensures that individuals with disabilities can experience mobility, independence and enjoyment in a safe and supportive environment.



Registration for CAMP

Registration for summer camp sessions is currently open. While the actual cost per week is $2,500, CAMP strives to make its programs accessible to all families, offering various payment options and financial assistance.


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Volunteers Needed:

CAMP also offers opportunities for volunteers, including leadership development for high school students and young adults, as well as educational experiences and continuing education units (CEUs) for healthcare professionals. In 2022 alone, 1,429 teen and young adult volunteers dedicated 87,700 hours of service, while 152 healthcare professionals volunteered 15,616 hours.


For more information about CAMP and its programs, please visit


Event Details:


Monday, April 8, 2024


8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (CST)


Camp CAMP, 515 Skyline Drive, Center Point, Texas 78010





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