The Spring Season is almost here and we are eager to welcome new and returning students to a 4 to 6 day stay at TREETOPS. However, there’s a problem to be solved! Our top notch crop of Junior Counselors have all graduated and all have received excellent university scholarships, so we need new junior counselors to help us work […]
Welcome the Children’s Forest youth coordinator for the summer, Chris Sheffield, who will help oversee the restoration of the forest campus after two consecutive years of storm damage. Tim Keeting’s construction crew is working on the house and roof so that we will soon be able to accept bookings — giving priority to those schools whose spring reservations had […]
When I was a young woman at TWU many years ago, the president, Dr. Hubbard, often invited us to his home to meet visiting guests. I shall never forget meeting Robert Peter Tristram Coffin, a Pulitzer Prize Poet who wrote The Third Hunger. That hunger is the hunger to create and it encompasses the entirety […]
We are delighted that a group of volunteers from Tarrant County will be at Treetops to help restore the labyrinth. If you’re willing to pitch in, give a call and I’ll give you the latest dates. On a side note, the forest service office tells us they have received calls from a national labyrinth locator […]
After weeks of closure due to fires to the west and downed trees nearby, we’re ready to welcome your school during October and after January 20th. Call 972-262-2816 immediately if you want to reserve a date. Tuition is till $75 for the 4-day session (Monday – Thursday or Tuesday – Friday).