Sports Camps

Two-wheeled fun

Kids Camp

CATCH-ing up for the summer

Parents are well schooled on the hazards of skills loss during the summer months — kids are shipped home with reminders that reading and math skills can deteriorate without some attention over the summer. But what if, on top of all that, you’re learning math and ...

A sense of self obtained through experiences

Of course a kids camp should be fun, but the special needs programs provided by Adam’s Camp, Colorado Lions Camp and Colorado Center for the Blind go one step further by expanding campers’ perceptions of what is possible. The confidence obtained through new camp ...

Special Needs

Colorado Center for the Blind Summer Youth Programs...

Sports Camps

ABC Kids Climbing...

Kids Camp Guide 2014

Kids camps boast a long list of reasons for why they’re a boost to your children. They’re a chance to make new friends and build bonds with their friends without a screen as intermediary. They provide an opportunity to dig deeply into a niche interest, whether it’s ...

Visible learning

The sturdy table is covered in colorful art supplies. A small group of 5-yearold girls and boys gently dip their brushes in vivid reds, yellows and blues...

Arts & Crafts

Alexander Dawson Summer Camp...

Educational Camps

BLAST OFF! Science Camp — With Boulder Parks and Recreation...

Performing Arts: Easing into the limelight

Bowing to thunderous applause from proud, camera-wielding parents may just seem like practice for young actors with dreams of Broadway, but for every child, healthy self-esteem is essential to future success. By creating a safe environment, performing arts camps work...

Special Needs: Equal opportunity sporting

For the able-bodied youth population, access to outdoor activity can occur with little to no financial cost. Kids can run, hike and swim without the need for expensive equipment, resources and staff. They engage in physical education programs through their schools ...

Kids Camp Guide 2013 | Introduction

Spending time with positive role models, making in-person social connections, building new skills, developing new knowledge, being exposed to new activities — the list of pragmatic reasons for what children gain from camp is a pretty long one. But let’s take it down ...

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