Road Trip ! ! !
Waldemar is located in Hunt, Texas, 300 miles South of Dallas/Fort Worth, 90 miles northwest of San Antonio and 120 miles southwest of Austin in the Texas hill country. For many, we’re just a mix tape away and others might need to pack a lunch. What sounds more adventurous than you on the open road . . . wind in your hair . . . sparkle in your eye? When the event gets closer, we will create a Facebook group so you can organize groups to ride together.
The address for Waldemar is:
1005 FM 1340 Hunt, TX 78024
Just in case you get lost, the office landline at Waldemar is (830) 238-4821 and Lisa’s cell is (361) 944-7860. Your cell phone will have very limited service along FM 1340 and especially once you get to Waldemar. Please plan accordingly.
If you are flying in for Lucky Star, we suggest you fly into San Antonio. It has the most daily flight arrivals and is closest to Hunt. The next best option is Austin International Airport. It’ll take approximately 2 hours to get from San Antonio airport to Waldemar and 3 hours from Austin International Airport.
Taking a shuttle service to and from the airport would be the easiest and most cost-effective way to go. Campers are responsible for booking and paying for their own spaces on these shuttles. Book your shuttle as soon as you reserve your flights for best service. Individual rides are available, but sharing a ride is strongly encouraged because it will substantially reduce your cost. The folks at Hill Country Limo will happily group campers with similar arrival times for greatest savings. Tell them you are headed to Waldemar for Lucky Star Art Camp.
Hill Country Limo
To and from San Antonio - $150* total for 1-2 people, one-way (2 people cuts cost to $75.00 each.) We highly recommend you share. After 2 people, cost is $15 per person to be split among the group. *Price includes tip.
To and from Austin - $250* total for 1-2 people, one-way (2 people cuts cost to $125.00 each. After 2 people, cost is $15 per person to be split among the group. *Price includes tip.
Important: Please call a day in advance of travel for any important information and updates.
Established in Hunt, Texas in 1926, Waldemar has been in continuous operation since its founding. Longstanding values and traditions set it apart, making it one of America’s finest girl’s summer camps. The sprawling campus set among giant Cypress trees and rugged limestone hills makes it the ideal setting for Lucky Star. Waldemar is beautiful, comfortable, and authentic- the perfect setting to rekindle your spark and get back to beautiful, comfortable, authentic YOU!
Room and board is not included in camp tuition. Contact Waldemar directly to book your lodging. Lori is our contact there and she will be glad to assist you! You can reach Lori at (830) 238-3145 or by email at email@example.com. Make your room reservation as quickly as possible, as rooms go on a first come, first served basis.
Here is a peak at some of the rooms available for your stay while at Lucky Star. Keep in mind that half of what you get out of attending “camp” is the friendships made when bunking up with women from all over the country. There is magic that happens when you let your guard down and if you can remember that you are not in your cozy bed at home because you are on an adventure, you will open your heart and your mind to some wonderful possibilities. Allow yourself an adventure!
5-8 per cabin – $80 per person/night
4 per cabin – $90 per person/night
2 per cabin – $115 per person/night
1 per cabin – $175 per person/night
Deluxe Rooms – $85-$300 per person/night
Your room rate is based on the # of people in your cabin or room. The deposit is half the rate of your stay. Your deposit is refundable up to two weeks prior to your arrival date. After that time it is non-refundable. One week prior to your arrival you are responsible for 100 % of your stay. All rates include meals starting with Wednesday dinner and ending with Sunday breakfast.
What to Bring to Grown-up Lady Camp
- Class Supplies *
- Class kit fee/supply fee (cash) if applicable *
*Visit the Classes page to see class details and descriptions.
Most of these things are optional and meant as suggestions!
- Camera (+charger) to take and share photos
- Beach towel for river/stargazing
- Quilt for reading under the trees or stargazing (if you’re driving in)
- Bag chair for campfire (if you are driving in and have room)
- Cowboy boots if you’re riding
- Rubber-soled shoes
- Rain jacket, pancho, or small umbrella in case pigs fly!
- Yoga mat for yoga/stargazing
- Ear plugs/mask
- Business/Contact cards
- Sweater or jacket for cool evenings
- Cash/checks for market (still working on credit card possibilities)
- Flash light or head lamp
- Guitar or other instrument
- Casual, comfortable clothes
- Cards, dominoes
- Water bottle/travel mug
- Cell phone charger
- Tote bag for carrying supplies to class
- Bug spray
- Bottled water for cabin
- Advil/Allergy meds (to protect against hill country allergens)
- Luggage rack (if driving in)
- standing TV tray to act as nightstand (if driving in)
(in Kerrville ) Grape Juice*, Rails, Chilis, Mamacitas, Pint & Plow
(in Ingram) Chicho’s*
(in Hunt) Elaine’s Table, The Hunt Store
Craft Stores (in Kerrville)-
Hometown Crafts*, Beads and More (beads and jewelry making supplies only), Wal-Mart, Office Max
Nearest General Store + Gas –
The Hunt Store*
(in Ingram on Ingram Loop) Perfect Surroundings*, Vintage Gypsy*, Creek Boutique, Horsefeathers
(in Kerrville) Tome’, Crickets, Golden Antler*, Schreiner Goods
* Lisa’s Favorites