Camper Information


Heading to camp? This page is devoted to everything you’ll need to know to prepare for your time at LBCR. We look forward to seeing you and are here to make sure your time at camp is a rewarding experience.

Camper Checklist

  • water shoes (for lake activities)
  • bathing suit
  • beach towel
  • money for camp store
  • tennis shoes
  • refillable water bottle
  • Bible
  • flashlight
  • insect repellent
  • sunscreen
  • personal toiletries
  • bath linens (towel, wash cloth)
  • pillow
  • twin size sheets (long)
  • blanket or sleeping bag

Prescription and Over the Counter (OTC) Medications

All prescription medications must be in their original container and must be surrendered to the Camp Health Officer upon arrival. All prescription medications are to be held in a lockable cabinet or other secure area not accessible to campers. The Camp Health Officer will be onsite and available as needed to dispense prescription medications. Note: Asthma inhalers or Epi-pens for severe allergic reactions may be kept by campers, but must be on their possession at all times. Our first aid station stocks a wide variety of over-the-counter medications for headaches, stomach aches, insect bites/stings, rash, eye irritation, cough/congestion, etc. It is recommended that campers do not bring OTC medications to camp.

Guest Mail/Phone Messages

Guests may receive mail during their stay.  Letters and packages should be addressed as follows to ensure proper delivery:

Lake Brownwood Christian Retreat
Attn:  Camper Name – Organization Name
9030 Retreat Road
Brownwood, Texas 76801

Mail received after the event date will be discarded.
Outgoing mail may be left in the office and it will be placed in the box each morning.  Guest mail may be picked up by an adult with the group in the camp office after 12:00 pm. At no time should any of our guests open the mailbox for any reason.
The camp phone is available to our guests for emergency use only.  While we will attempt to deliver any phone messages received, it is best if your campers’ parents have a contact number of someone with your group for calls during your stay.

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