Slumber Falls Camp is an outdoor ministry of the South Central Conference of the United Church of Christ. The twenty acre facility nestled along the Guadalupe River can host three simultaneous events at any given time. The Woelke Lodge facility can accommodate 70, the Kelsey Lodge facility can sleep 40 people while the Bizer Retreat Center can accommodate 40 people. There are three outdoor worship areas.
Cedar trees dominate the property, with cypress trees found along the river. An Indian mound and numerous fossils abound near the area known as Fossil Flats. While the camp is best known for its Christian summer camp for children ages 6-18, the facility is used by a wide variety of groups from all over Texas and the United States during most weekends of the year.
For information about the History of the land and camp, check out the following pages.