Inspiring youth to learn, play, and grow in the spirit of healthy adventure and fun in nature.
Camp Millican is a week-long day camp for kids ages 4-14 which promotes healthy discovery and outdoor adventures. We are located in south College Station, Texas, and are a program of the Millican Reserve Land Conservancy, whose mission is to maintain, restore, and educate the community about the remarkable landscape of Millican Reserve. As an outdoor summer experience, Camp Millican provides a fun, enriching week aimed at strengthening a child’s sense of well-being and cultivating a bond with nature.
Camp Millican 2022 is happening now ! An adventure awaits!
The Best Summer Ever!
We can’t wait to welcome back fun camp songs, nature hikes, creativity and adventure this summer! You can find general camp information below and also complete enrollment forms for each child attending camp.
Your child’s care and safety are at the forefront of all camp activities. In addition to the usual health and safety protocols at Camp Millican, we are also following the latest Covid-19 guidelines.
4-6 year olds
7-10 year olds
11-14 year olds
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Explorers Camp is for children 4-6 years. These sessions are designed specifically for younger campers to provide an enriching outdoor learning experience. These younger campers will have the opportunity to explore nature from the ground up through playful adventures created just for early elementary aged kids.
Session dates TBD.
Pathfinders Camp is for children 7-10 years. These sessions promote healthy discovery and outdoor adventures. As an outdoor program, Pathfinders Camp provides a fun, enriching experience aimed at strengthening a child’s sense of well-being and cultivating a bond with nature.
Session dates TBD.
Young Rangers Camp
Young Rangers Camp is for children 11-14 years. Young Rangers Camp is centered around adventure, leadership, communication, and team building. Young Ranger’s have the opportunity to volunteer at Pathfinders Camp Sessions for no additional charge (limited availability per general camp session)!
Session dates TBD.
Here are some of the activities you can expect your camper(s) to enjoy:
Meet the Team
Arielle Owens: Camp Director
Welcome Brazos Valley families! This will be my second year as Director at Camp Millican, and I’m thrilled to be leading the adventure for all of our (soon to be) campers! In case you don’t know me, I’m a seven-year teacher from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor with a BFA in Art Education (EC-12 certification) and a BA in Christian Studies with an Art minor. Prior to student teaching I was a lifeguard and four-year site director for the YMCA in after school care. Working with other teachers and students from various areas and backgrounds has been invaluable and has equipped me as a teacher to better serve my own students.
From College Station, head south on FM 2154 (Wellborn Road) towards Millican. Camp Millican is 4.2 miles south of the intersection of Wellborn Road and Greens Prairie Trail.
Camp dropoff is at the Farm Entrance to Millican Reserve (across from the intersection of Wellborn Road and High Prairie Road).
Enter Millican Reserve
- The Marketplace wooden structure will be in front on the right
- The Farmhouse will be on the left down a winding rock drive; this is blocked off and not open for entry
Turn into the open grassy parking area on the left, park in this area and bring your child(ren) over for sign-in & temperature check
Campers will stay at the Marketplace structure through drop off with counselors until all campers for the day are present and all vehicles have left
We implement the most recent COVID guidelines and protocols.
We will have more details as they become available.
Campers are encouraged to bring:
- A towel
- A backpack/bag
- A change of clothes
- A swimsuit – worn to camp under clothes or in backpack
- Flipflops or water-shoes for waterfront activities
- Labeled refillable water bottle
- Any medication needed – presented to camp counselor on arrival
- Labeled soft or hard sided lunch box
- These will be sanitized by camp staff and then placed in a separate location until lunch
- Explorer campers may be picked up at noon if you would prefer your child to not eat lunch at camp
- Nature appropriate clothing
- Closed toed shoes