- IMPORTANT! On Wednesday, March 25th, Governor Polis issued Executive Order D2020-017 ordering Coloradans to stay in place due to the presence of COVID-19 in the state. Additionally, the Office of Early Childhood has continued to provide updates on the impact of COVID-19 on child care providers. The latest update can be found here. We are monitoring this situation closely and will continue to provide updates via the camp website as we receive additional information. As of March 26th, we are proceeding with camp as planned unless otherwise directed by the state or if the Camp Board of Directors decides that it is not prudent to proceed with camp this year. That decision will be determined at a later date and we encourage all campers, staff, and family members to continue to monitor the website for upcoming announcements. As always, if you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to visit the "Contact" tab.
- Some camp Staff Members may be requested to submit to a Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) background check, as well as a Child Abuse and Neglect (Trails) Request. Please go to the "Contact" tab and reach out to us if you are interested in learning more about this process!
- Due to changes in the state of Colorado Department of Human Services Code of Regulations, the camp will not be providing sunscreen to campers so please make sure to bring your own!
- Our camp offers one of the lowest registration fees in the country. The cost for each camper is $100.
- We want to emphasize that no camper will be turned away for financial reasons. Please feel free to contact us if help is needed.
- If you are serving as a Staff Member, your camp fee is waived. However, donations to the camp are always appreciated!
- Every person is required to follow the camp schedule unless excused by the session director.
- The “raiding” of cabins and/or hazing of any kind is absolutely prohibited. The harm of other persons and/or the destruction of property are grounds for immediate dismissal from camp.
- Each camper must bathe regularly and be properly groomed and attired. Modest dress and undergarments are required for males and females. Any shorts worn should extend past the fingertips when standing with hands at your side. The staff, and session director retain the authority to ask anyone on the premises to change their attire if it is deemed inappropriate for camp. When packing clothing, remember to bring clothing appropriate for warm and cold temperatures.
- Alcohol, illicit drugs, tobacco and any harmful substances are not permitted. Guns, hunting knives, hatchets, matches, or fireworks are not permitted. Possession of these items is grounds for immediate dismissal from camp.
- Abusive and/or profane language are not permitted. The respectful and honest treatment of all persons is expected.
- All prescription and non-prescription medication, vitamins, and/or supplements of any kind MUST be given to the camp nurse upon registration. The nurse must be notified of any medication routine.
- No camper is allowed to leave the premises without the permission of the camp director and without the accompaniment of those specifically noted in this form. Parents are asked to check in with the camp director before taking their child off the premises.
- Cell phones are permitted for camera use only. Any personal media use is permitted only at the discretion of the session director.
- Do not bring food or beverages to camp. All food, snacks, and beverages will be supplied by the camp. There is NO food allowed in the cabins.
- Visitors must check in with the camp director and abide by all policies outlined in this section. All vehicles should be parked in the designated area.
- The session director may expel any person (camper, staff member, or visitor) if in their judgment there is conduct detrimental to the camp. The parent/guardian of any expelled camper will be contacted immediately and the camper will not be allowed to leave the premises without the accompaniment of the parent/guardian or one designated in the application. No refund will be given to the camper expelled from camp.
- Due to Colorado health code, all campers and staff are responsible for bringing their own sunscreen and will not be allowed to share their personal sunscreen with anybody else.