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813 FM 2841, Clifton, TX 76634
Yes. All food provided by Texas Tabernacles is biblically clean. Not necessarily Kosher however (we have cheeseburgers etc).
No, this is a Lake Whitney Policy. Unfortunately we can only allow registered service animals. No pets or emotional service animals will be allowed at the camp at all.
Not in the camp. Cigarettes, Cigars, Dip, Snuff, Vapes are not allowed on campus. However, we will have a designated tobacco area outside the main gate.
Yes. In moderation at campsites. No drunkenness will be tolerated.
Unfortunately no. Our contract with Lake Whitney ranch is for guest to start arriving at 10am on the October 16th and to leave by 10am on the October 25th.
No, Messiah Texas is contracted with Lake Whitney Ranch as an entity. All questions, needs, and requests should come to the Messiah Texas Team.
Yes. There is an RV dump station on site for your convenience.
Yes. There are classes for children, youth staffed by our amazing, background checked, volunteers.
Yes - for the first 10 minutes. Helping children get acclimated makes sense so parents are allowed to stick around for the first 10 minutes, For the best functioning of the class and safety protocols only our staff will be in the children and youth classes for the remainder.
Yes - understanding that you are fully responsible and liable for the vehicle, and it must be driven in a safe manner at all times.
No / Yes
No it cannot be launched into the lake from camp property.
Yes you can bring it and take it to the public lake entrance just 10 minutes away.
We hope it will be less this year! We already have plans in place to water the roads more frequently to help reduce the dust flying.
The ground at Lake Whitney is hard and rocky, making it difficult to drive small tent pegs. So we recommend you bring/purchase heavy duty ground spikes to secure your tent.
We will have a crew with a ground rode driving kit to help drive the spikes/pegs into the ground the first day and then upon request the subsequent days.
Young Adults in past years have hopped from one fire to another and have voted to not have their own designated fire night.