Private property - youth camp. Be mindful of your language and behavior, and follow the rules. The camp staff are very welcoming to the outdoor community, but will rightly put their youth first above other users. www.campeagle.org
This information is a public crowdsourcing effort between the Access Fund,
and Mountain Project. You should confirm closures, restrictions, and/or related dates.
Great limestone sport climbing right on a river with 30+ climbs currently and room for hundreds more, not to mention some fantastic bouldering as well. Solid 12mm or 1/2in bolts on all sport routes. Climbs range from 5.easy to 5.12+. Taller than most Texas limestone areas. Crag receives morning sun and afternoon shade. Nice and secluded when no summer campers are around. Chances are you'll be the only sport-climbers around other than the staff.
The river is cold and swimming-pool-clear, with kayaks available. The Camp is very well known and popular in the Texas mountain bike racing community, as well as the adventure race crowd.
Check www.campeagle.org for access details, maps, and to download a climbing guidebook. Typically free for day-use. Fees for overnight camping.
Visit the Camp Eagle website for maps and driving directions. Within 2-3 hours of San Antonio and Austin.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Camp Eagle: