LodgingDMFTC is housed at the historic Prude Ranch. Cabins are rustic and do not have telephones, televisions, refrigerators, room service, or onsite laundry facilities. Cell phone reception is limited. All cabins have air conditioning units, and all but one cabin have covered porches, a perfect place to relax, visit with neighbors, and watch the spectacular and ever-changing West Texas sky. In addition to Prude Ranch cabins,
· Full RV hook-ups and tent camping spaces are available.
· Nearby offsite-lodging option is available (contact Registrar for details).
· Cabin accommodations include:
· Linen and towel service (as needed)
· Trash bags and toilet paper (as needed)
· Please note that pets are not allowed in the cabins
Rates vary, as these include activity fees, meals, and lodging. The type of accommodation selected and number of roommates per cabin changes fee rates. Here are details regarding rates and accommodations:
DMFTC meals are all about fueling an active, healthy lifestyle, not losing weight. Buffet-style, hearty meals are served three times a day in the Prude Ranch dining hall. Meals provide plenty of carbohydrates and calories to meet active campers' physical demands.
The DMFTC Food Manager and Prude Ranch cooking staff coordinate meal planning and food preparation with an emphasis on variety, balance, freshness, quality, and taste. Most meals include an extensive salad bar and vegetarian options.
Campers with specific dietary restrictions (vegan, gluten-free, diabetic, and so forth) should plan to supplement meals accordingly. All campers should bring their own favorite snack items and beverages. Note that, as all lodging options do not include refrigerators, campers are welcome to bring ice chests (there is limited ice available for campers' use at Prude Ranch; ice can be purchased in Ft. Davis at Porter's Grocery.)
To keep campers hydrated and fueled, water and energy drinks are available during workouts throughout the day. Campers who are away from camp for sponsored activities, such as all-day hikers and Scenic Loop cyclists, will be provided materials to pack a basic sack lunch. When DMFTC holds its swim outing to Balmorhea State Park, the camp arranges for campers to enjoy a picnic lunch at this beautiful natural pool.