The Cowboys displayed their commitment to fans in Texas by announcing that the 2002 training camp would take place at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX. The team returned to the Alamodome in 2003.
The Cowboys held a split camp, with the first half being held in San Antonio, and the 2nd half in Oxnard, CA.
The Cowboys split camp between Midwestern St. University and the Residence Inn in Oxnard, CA, spending 2 weeks in each location.
The newly-formed Dallas Cowboys franchise announced that it will train at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon
Beginning in '07, the Cowboys returned for the first of five years of training camp at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX after previously training there in '02 & '03.
For the '04-'06 seasons, the Cowboys held their entire training camp in Oxnard, CA at the practice facilities provided by The City of Oxnard.
For the first time in the team's history, the Cowboys trained in Texas with the 1990 training camp being held at St. Edwards University in Austin. The Cowboys trained in Austin for 8 seasons.
The Cowboys' new training facility "The Star" in Frisco, TX is expected to eventually host a portion of Cowboys camp at their brand new 12,000 seat indoor stadium. The Star & Oxnard are both expected to be in the Cowboys' training camp plans for years to come.
The Cowboys returned to Oxnard, CA for the entirety of training camp in after spending 2011's camp in San Antonio.
The Cowboys move their training camp site to the campus of Northern Michigan College on Lake Superior in Marquette, MI.
Due to its proximity to their first exhibition game against the Vikings at Minnesota, the Cowboys moved their training camp to the northern US at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN in summer 1961.
Because the team played 3 of its first 4 preseason games on the west coast, the Cowboys moved camp to California Lutheran College in Thousand Oaks, CA. This was the first of 27 Cowboys camps in Thousand Oaks.
The newly-formed Dallas Cowboys franchise announced that it would train at Pacific University in Forest Grove, OR to prepare for the inaugural 1960 NFL season.
The Cowboys begin a 4-year stay at Midwestern St. University in Wichita Falls, TX
A Visual Guide to the Dallas Cowboys' Rich Training Camp History
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