Kickapoo’s rustic campsite is in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, nine miles southwest of Kerrville on Highway 16 South. The altitude is 2,000 feet. Running through the camp property is picturesque Turtle Creek, a crystal clear, spring-fed tributary of the Guadalupe River. Here Mother Nature has been lavish with her wonders - clean air, golden sunshine and silver moonlight. These wonders foster happy comradeship and the joy of living together in the outdoors. Young people can see the world in its proper perspective and can learn by doing, sharing, and living with their contemporaries. The dry, cool, invigorating climate of the Hill Country is recognized by doctors as one of the most healthful in America. Blankets are needed at night and sweaters are comfortable for mornings and evenings.