To share the joy of Christ by laughing, loving and living adventurously.

CG Victory is more than just another camp, it is an experience. By bringing CG Victory to a city near you, your child can now experience the same level of adventure and camaraderie as one of the expensive overnight camps without the price tag.

The adventure begins on Monday morning when campers are divided into clans: Veritas and Calida. For the remainder of the week, campers compete in all sorts of fun, non-conventional games. CG Victory culminates on Saturday with a series of challenges where they get a chance to show off skills developed throughout the week and take part in an obstacle course.

Just a few of the activities include: rock climbing, dodgeball, ultimate frisbee, tug-of-war, relay races, obstacle courses and much more.

CG Victory is a faith based camp and we believe that what you do in life echoes for eternity. At our camp this summer, a few hundred children will learn what it means to have the heart of a gladiator. We hope your child can join us!


What is the pick up/ drop off schedule each day?

Camp is from 8:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. every day. Camper drop-off is from 7:30 a.m. – 8:15 a.m. each morning and camper pick-up is from 11:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. each afternoon.

Saturday is closing day of camp and we invite the entire family to come out and watch the last challenge and award ceremony. Be sure to bring a water bottle, lawn chair, sunscreen, hat or sunglasses! The closing day runs from 8:45 a.m. – 11 a.m. Please arrive by 8:45 a.m.

What is the age range of children who attend CG Victory?

Children entering 3rd grade through children entering 8th grade are eligible to attend CG Victory. We like to use grade level versus age so that children who are younger or older for their grade are not excluded.

What should a camper bring and wear to camp each day?

1. Tennis Shoes

2. Athletic Shirt & Shorts

3. Water

4. Sunscreen

How will a camper stay cool in the heat all morning?

Campers will have water breaks, shaded and indoor areas for snacks, as well as water games that will keep them cool.

Who are the staff at CG Victory?

All of the staff at CG Victory have been hired because of their strong Christian faith, extensive experience with youth and great academic backgrounds.

How will the weather affect camp?

Campers will have water breaks, shaded areas, and water games that will keep them cool in the heat. Please be sure they wear sunscreen daily and bring a water bottle. Camp will still take place if there is rain, however there will be a different schedule that will take place indoors or under a covered pavilion.

What does a day at camp include?

Each day at CG Victory campers will be motivated to engage their mind, body and soul. A typical day consists of a series of group warm ups, challenges, cheers, competitive games, and relays, as well as time to discuss and learn more about Christ through large and small groups led by our counselors.

No day will include the same activities, and the opening and closing day of camp will include different events such as an opening day ceremony, closing day ceremony and obstacle course.

What should I expect opening day?

On the opening day campers will get to know CG Victory staff and counselors by participating in several team building games. A brief opening day ceremony will take place where children will learn the story behind our camp, find out which one of two teams they will compete on for the entire week, and receive a t-shirt.

What should I expect closing day?

Closing day occurs on Saturday of each session. The day runs from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. On the closing day campers will participate in an obstacle course to win points for their team and become the winners of the session. A brief closing day ceremony will follow the obstacle course where campers, counselors and staff are recognized for their hard work all session. We encourage parents to attend the closing day events and ceremony.



Ally Davidson tried out for the NBC hit show American Gladiators on her wedding day, four hours before the ceremony. Ally’s athleticism and spirit qualified her for the show and in a surprising turn of events the producers liked her story so much that they decided to do a couple’s episode and invited both Ally and Jeff to compete. After returning from their honeymoon, the couple spent four weeks in LA on a gladiator honeymoon competing on the show. Ally dominated the competition and went on to win the Grand Championship. Ally and Jeff used the winnings to start Camp Gladiator and continue to set the model and motto to Live Adventurously.

In the summer of 2010, the couple decided they wanted to start a non-profit, faith-based youth adventure camp in Austin, Texas for all athletic levels and socio-economic backgrounds. They started CG Victory with 75 youth that summer and four years later the camp has grown to 750 youth with fourteen locations in Austin, DFW and Waco.

Jeff and Ally’s life mission statement is to share the joy of Christ by laughing, loving, and living adventurously, which is also the mission of CG Victory!