Day Faith-Based Camps



Day Camps


Adventure Experiences

Almont 970-641-4708

This camp is located 10,000 feet above sea level in the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains. The spectacular scenery of the backcountry base camp is the perfect site for your wilderness experience. Christian-based camp adventure programs available.

Boulder JCC Preschool Camp

Boulder 303-448-9939

Summer Camp at the JCC preschool is an enriching and playful experience for children ages 18 months to 5 years old (entering kindergarten).

Boulder JCC Summer Specialty Camps

Boulder 303-998-1900, ext. 106

We offer a variety of fun and educational weekly specialty camps for ages 4 to 14. Camps include LEGO building & robotics, cooking, gardening, sports, music, science, art, leadership and more.

Camp Keitanat Har HaShem

Boulder 303-499-7077

Kids entering first through fifth grades enjoy making new friends while playing, singing, crafting and more in a Jewish environment at Boulder’s Reform synagogue. Field trips and challah baking included!

Camp Shai and Camp Shalom

Denver 303-316-6392

Sponsored by the Jewish Community Center. Every day is packed with adventures, friendship, Judaica and fun. Extended day programs are available. Camp Shai for grades K-12 and Camp Shalom for ages 2-5. Multiple sessions and a variety of programs for all ages.

High Peak Camp

Estes Park 970-586-3311

Camps for children ages 7-16. Activities include hiking, arts and crafts, fishing, paddle boats, discovery center and Bible study in Rocky Mountain National Park.

JCC Ranch Camp

Elbert 303-316-6384

At JCC Ranch Camp you can spend your summer horseback riding, hiking, swimming, rock climbing, mountain biking and having fun in a western, Jewish setting. Ranch Camp has nearly 60 years of residential camping tradition, is ACA accredited, and is open to children entering grades two-11. Summer sessions begin June 10; seven-, 12-, 14-, 19- and 28-day sessions are available.

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