Camp All Saints, Pottsboro, Texas

Can we get children off the screens and out of public school indoctrination? Yes we can. We can take them outdoors and show them creation and the lives of the animals and plants. That is exactly what Camp All Saints near about Pottsboro, Texas, is all about. Camp All Saints is looking for looking for outdoor educators. Their outdoor educators do not need experience.

Camp All Saints will train outdoor educators to effectively get earthly information out to Our kids—Our children—Our future. So come on over, if you love kids and you love the outdoors of our beautiful Lake Texoma. Lake Texoma, she sure has a lot to give to our children, and they have a bunch to give to back to her. Explore facilities, programs, and employment opportunities at Camp All Saints.

Starting with Camp All Saint’s mission statement, “Sharing the glory of God in creation and the love of Christ in word and deed” and continuing on with Camp All Saints’ vision “To serve congregations in the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas. Specifically to help develop strong connections with youth ministries by providing an excellent experiential education experience in Christian formation”, no more need be said.

Camp All Saints Facilities

Two conference centers, Beck Hall and Power Center, provides modern conveniences for corporate retreats and interactive youth events and offers video projections and amplified music.  The facility can accommodate150 people with comfortable lodging. 

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Camp All Saints Programs

During the summer months:

Available Sessions Summer Camp 2023:

  • Session 1: June 11 - 17 (all ages)
  • Session 2: June 18 - 24 (all ages)
  • Session 3: June 25 - July1 (teen camp)

Experience God’s Grace

  • Glorifying God during daily worship
  • Respecting each other as they worship, work and play alongside one another
  • Abiding in His love as they learn about the God who loves us so much that he gave His *Son as a sacrifice for us
  • Creating friendships as they sing, eat, and have fun with each other and
  • Exploring God’s creation hiking, swimming, archery, ropes courses.

Summer Camp

Students entering grades 3 - 12 are invited to join us for another great summer on Lake Texoma.

All camp sessions are coeducational.

Camp All Saints places emphasis on individual growth within the Christian community by building relationships with youth and adults, worship, religious education, and employing well-planned, creative, supervised outdoor recreational programs. Please call or email if you are interested in becoming an outdoor educator. 

903-786-3148, extension 1 or email [email protected].

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Fishing Report from TPWD (May 31)

GOOD. Water stained; 75 degrees; 2.36 feet below pool. Striped bass are good with bigger fish biting on topwater along the banks in the morning. When the morning bite tapers off, look for pods of threadfin shad midlake. Casting into these pockets of shad with swimbaits will land catches of stripers. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors. Striped bass fishing is great on live shad with fish suspended in 50-65 feet of water around the islands. The shad spawn is still on as well, topwater baits and swimbaits are working early along rocky banks where the egrets are lined up. Crappie are fair on plastic jigs and minnows fishing brush piles in 12-15 feet of water. Use electronics to locate active fish then use a slow lift up to catch. Catfish are fair on cut shad and prepared baits fishing a couple reels up in 50-65 feet of water. Seeing a lot of small blues from the last couple years spawn and the occasional good keeper. Largemouth and smallmouth bass fishing is good on live shad along the south end of the lake off the bank in 5-10 feet of water on the big boulders. Topwaters early on the rocks are working as well. Report by Jacob Orr Lake Texoma Guaranteed Guide Service.

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