Texas Conference of Clubs
Our next scheduled Maintenance Weekend is November 27-29 2015. This is also Thanksgiving Weekend, and those who attend traditionally cook a potluck Thanksgiving dinner on Saturday evening.
During Maintenance Weekends the members of the Texas Conference of Clubs work on the land site keeping the grounds in shape, repairing facilities where needed and all the other hundred and one items needed to provide campers a great place to stay.
The Texas Conference of Clubs, Inc. owns and operates a private 30-plus acre campground outside of Cameron, Texas. The Conference is composed of member clubs, independent members and commercial organizations. TCC has member clubs in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio, as well as other cities in and bordering the State of Texas.
Chartered in 1975, the Texas Conference of Clubs long felt there should be a facility available for the men and women of our community to use as a campground, run-site, or retreat.
In August of 1983, the Conference purchased a tract of land in Milam County, Texas to be used by the member clubs and others as a place for camping, holding runs or retreats, or just enjoying the great outdoors. This piece of land became known as Buzzards' Peak. The site is made up of tree-covered hills of cedar, hickory, gum, elm and oaks, with ravines, rocks, grassy areas and small wild animals.
Since 1983 many improvements have been made to the land site. In addition to its increasing use by the member clubs, TCC now offers the use of the land site to interested community groups for their recreational functions.
There are numerous runs and events scheduled during the year by member clubs and organizations. Please check out the club functions on our site.
Most months we have a "Maintenance Weekend" where members spend all or part of the weekend at the land site taking care of the general maintenance.
The TCC's Buzzards' Peak land site is located near the town of Cameron, Texas. If you are interested in visiting the land site and need a map, please feel free to e-mail a member!
Updated: October 20, 2014