Sports Camps

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ABC Kids Climbing

Boulder

303-443-5437

www.abckidsboulder.com/camps

Full- and half-day options, camps feature indoor climbing, trips to local outdoor climbing areas, art, cooperative games, special events and quality instruction. All ages and abilities are welcome.

ABLE to Sail

Longmont

720-233-8969

www.abletosail.org

ABLE to Sail is a four-day summer day camp adventure/wilderness youth empowerment experience, for ages 11-18, held at Union Reservoir. Teaching the basics of sailing through a U.S. Sailing Certified Instructor, (capsize recovery, parts of the boat, skippering, crewing, knots, tacking, points of sail, etc). Boasting a U.S. Sailing nationally award winning curriculum, we use sailing as the medium through which we also offer inspiration and empowerment.

Apex School of Movement Parkour Summer Camps

Louisville

720-645-1224

apexmovementlouisville.com/summercamps

Parkour was in every single one of us as a kid — jumping off swings, climbing trees and hopping over cracks in the sidewalk. Parkour is a great way for youth to focus their energy into fun and functional movements. Training with us is fun and feels more like playing than exercising. Because of this, your kids will keep coming back for more, moving their body in challenging new ways, and gaining valuable strength and mobility needed to live a safe and healthy life. Come see why we have the best summer camps in Boulder County! Ages 5-17.

FC Boulder Soccer Camps

Boulder

303-443-8877

www.fcboulder.com/our-programs/camps/summer-camp

FC Boulder Soccer Camps provide an

environment for soccer development for players of all abilities. Our camps maintain a focus on the FC Boulder club values of community, character, passion and achievement. Players will receive small-group training involving soccer fundamentals, techniques and tactics. Activities will be designed to accommodate players of all skill levels and abilities. FC Boulder camps welcome recreational and competitive players who are looking not only to improve themselves as soccer players, but also to have fun playing the beautiful game of soccer. Ages 3-12.

Boulder Karate

Boulder

303-442-4330

www.boulderkarate.com

The Boulder Karate Summer Camp is designed for kids to have a blast while learning important life lessons through martial arts. Fun karate activities and games throughout the day include: ninja dodgeball, kung fu relay races and suction cup ninja star throwing, to name a few. Character-building study of our five values (attitude, integrity, respect, self-control and heart) is included, as well. Learn interesting lessons on the five Shoalin animals (tiger, leopard, crane, snake and dragon). And to complete the experience, each child recieves a uniform and a belt. Full days go from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., with half-day options available, from June-August. Ages 5-12.

Boulder Indoor Soccer Camp

Boulder

303-440-0809

www.boulderindoorsoccer.com

Summer camps, all summer long! With morning, afternoon and full-day camps, and evening options available as well, your player can register for individual days or for the entire week; discounts are available for multiple days of registration.

BPR beginner Golf Camps

Boulder

303-413-7270

www.BPRcamps.org

Campers will learn the fundamentals of swinging, putting and body positioning. Using the SNAG (Starting New At Golf) system, we have simplified instruction so that young players can make an effective transition onto the golf course. All equipment provided. Ages 5-8.

Avid4 Adventure Bike camps

Boulder

720-249-2412

www.Avid4.com

If two wheels is your thing then don’t miss Avid4 Adventure summer bike camps. There’s a bike skills camp at Valmont Park May 28 for five days, second to seventh grade, and a girls shred summer camp for grades 2 to 7 in July. See website above for all the details.

BPR Recreational Gymnastics

Boulder

303-413-7270

www.BPRcamps.org

Bounce, tumble, swing, balance, play games, make friends, swim and more! Beginner through advanced gymnasts will have the opportunity to  learn, challenge themselves and have fun in our state-of-the-art facility (including three trampolines, foam pits, trapeze, rope swing, vaults, bars, beam, pommel horse, parallel bars, high bar and rings). It’s a great introduction for beginners or a way to continue learning at all levels. Campers will  be grouped by age and ability. Ages 5-12.

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Camp RMTC at Rocky Mountain Tennis Center

Boulder

303-449-5033

www.rmtenniscenter.com

Welcome to Boulder County’s premier tennis camp. RMTC offers full- and half-day camps centering on tennis and featuring a full compliment of sports and activities. Your children will enjoy tennis, swimming, basketball, soccer, the arts and overall athletic development.

Camp Timberline Outta Bounds

Locations along the front range

970-484-8462

www.camptimberline.com

Offering sports, mountain adventure and backpacking for youth and teens ages 7-18, this camp runs Sunday-Saturday. See website for dates, details and pricing.

Climbing Ninja Summer Camp

Longmont

720-340-3640

www.longmontclimbingcollective.com

Join the expert climbers from the Longmont Climbing Collective and the ninja warriors from the Warrior Playground for a summer camp experience at the Longmont Climbing Collective. Campers will experience what it takes to become a Climbing Ninja — balance, strength, focus and teamwork. The days will be divided between Ninja Warrior and Climbing on the indoor climbing walls. This camp is perfect for beginners or experts alike, ages 6-14. If you sign up for a half-day camp you can experience bouldering or ninja warrior individually. But, when you sign your child up for a full day of camp, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., they receive the full climbing ninja experience.

Whether you are looking to boulder for the first time or perfect your ninja agility, you’re sure to find this camp a fun and exciting learning experience! Camp activities include: safety instruction, bouldering technique instruction, ninja warrior skills training, health and fitness instruction, games and exciting activities, team building, yoga and flexibility introduction, and much more.

Camps run weekly June-August. Full-day Registration is $375, half-day (morning or afternoon) is $275.

Dawson Summer Camps

Lafayette

303-381-0445

www.dawsonschool.org/summer

Come join us this summer for eight weeks of Dawson’s 80+ exciting summer camps and programs for ages 5-15. Between June 3 and Aug. 2, we will offer various week-long day camps in arts, tech, sports and more. Full hot/cold lunch is available in our dining hall. Kids will take a break and cool off in the pool daily. There is an experienced adult director for every camp and a 5-to-1 camper/staff ratio. Camp costs range from $320 to $450 per week. For a full listing of our summer camp information, visit our website. Camp hours are 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Skyhawks Sports Summer Camps

Boulder

303-222-8039

www.skyhawks.com/colorado

Skyhawks offers a multitude of summer camp fun for kids interested in nearly all major sports including soccer, baseball, basketball, flag football, lacrosse and cheerleading. Ages 4-12. Dates vary so checkout all the details at the above website.

Game On! Sports Camp 4 Girls

Boulder

847-229-9959

www.gameonsports4girls.com

Back for a fifth summer in Boulder, we are excited to continue to spread the GirlStrong message in Colorado and look forward to hosting camp this summer at Douglass Elementary School in Boulder.

Game On! has spent years devoted to inspiring girls ages 5-14 through its proven teaching methodology, fun programming and spirited traditions. Name a sport — we play it with the added benefit of playing multiple sports daily. We know that learning the right way and understanding the sport leads to increased confidence and the ability to enjoy.

Indoor and Outdoor Rock Climbing Camps — with the Boulder Rock Club

Boulder

303-447-2804

www.boulderrockclub.com

The Boulder Rock Club’s expert instructors will teach essential safety skills and climbing techniques in a fun, supportive and motivating environment. Camps are designed to challenge beginner to experienced climbers alike. Indoor/outdoor, girls, and climb and slackline camps with two-day, three-day, five-day and single-day options are available. Ages 6-14.

BPR Tennis camps

Boulder

303-413-7270

www.BPRcamps.org

Parks and Recreation is offering tennis camps provided by Gonzo that are a great combination of fun, skill-building, games and tennis activities to help students improve their game in a fun, supportive environment. Ages 5-16.

Northern Colorado Fencers Beginning Fencing Summer Camps

Boulder

303-443-6557

www.ncfencers.org

Learn the exciting and safe sport of modern Olympic fencing at Northern Colorado Fencers. Fencing equipment is provided and camps run half days from 9 a.m.-noon, Monday through Friday. Cost is $195 per week. Please see our website for our summer camp schedule, for more information and to pre-register. Camp schedule is subject to change based on pre-registration, and Northern Colorado Fencers is a member club of USA Fencing. For children ages 8-12.

Singletrack Mountain Bike Adventures

Boulder

303-447-8014

www.ridesmba.org

With a flexible schedule, SMBA offers weekly summer camps, afterschool rides, weekend rides, half-day camps and a race series. SMBA introduces youth to the exhilaration and adventure of mountain biking. Easy to advanced trail riding allows for mastery of new skills in a fun, safe and supportive environment. SMBA provides an atmosphere where riders have the opportunity to develop a range of skills and interests, from a 7-year-old beginner to a mature racer.

Community Sailing of Colorado Camps

Boulder

303-757-7718

www.communitysailing.org

Community Sailing of Colorado offers a wide selection of camps for beginner to experienced sailers, paddle boarders and outdoor enthusiasts. Choose from the Learn to Sail camp, form kids 7-11, which teaches the basics of sailing so campers can feel, safe, independent and confident on the water. In Little Puffs camp, kids ages 5-7 are introduced to sailing, water safety and boating through fun games and activities. In stand-up paddle boarding, wind surfing and sailing camp, kids aged 8-17 learn to harness the power of the wind in more ways than one. This combo camp is great for an intro to multiple water sports. Perfect for a young adventurer looking to expand their water skills through adventure, games and challenges. There’s also a race camp and sailing camps for specific age groups.

Square State Skate Camp

Multiple locations along the Front Range

720-441-4047

www.squarestateskate.com

Our summer camps run out of multiple locations, including the Boulder Squarehouse Warehouse, the Louisville Skatepark, the 40,000-square-foot Arvada Skatepark, Erie’s Street League Certified Skatepark, Lafayette’s Bob Burger Rec Center, The Wheat Ridge Rec Center and in Denver through Emage Skateshop.

These camp days consist of skating your home park in the morning and then taking our “Skate Bus” to a neighboring park each day. We also incorporate other activities such as swimming, bowling, hosting BBQs, demos and more. Our camps operate from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (with an optional extended care option offered in Boulder until 5 p.m.).

University of Colorado Sports Camps

Boulder

Different phone for each sport

www.cubuffs.com/camps

This is the opportunity to learn your favorite sports from your team, the Colorado Buffaloes. CU Athletics offers summer sports camps for the following sports: football, basketball, tennis, golf, volleyball, lacrosse and soccer. The camps provide a chance to work with CU coaches and athletes, experience life on campus and play where the Buffaloes play. CU Sports Camps are open to any and all, limited only by age, gender and number of participants.

YMCA of Northern Colorado Camps

Various locations along the Front Range

303-443-4474

www.ymcanoco.org

Join Northern Colorado’s YMCA for dozens of different, engrossing camp sessions and activities this summer. Learn to rock climb, ride a bike, play team sports and much more in the outdoors-focused sessions. Discover how the mysteries of science can play into the fun of art during STEAM-focused camps. Whether young ones are excited about being out in the sun all day, creating something new with their hands or developing about leadership skills, Boulder Valley’s YMCA camps are the place to be! For a comprehensive list of all camps and sessions, visit our website.

Rock Climbing and Slack Line

Boulder

303-413-7270

www.BPRcamps.org

The City of Boulder and Boulder Rock Club are providing rock climbing and slack line camps in June and July for ages 6-14. See the website above for details.

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Camp Timberline

Estes Park

970-484-8462

www.camptimberline.com

Offering sports, mountain adventure and backpacking for youth and teens ages 7-18, Sunday through Saturday.

Singletrack Mountain Bike Adventures (SMBA)

Boulder

303-447-8014

www.ridesmba.org

SMBA Adventure Trips and Race Camps bring riders to some of the best riding in Colorado and beyond, like Moab, Utah for example. SMBA is the longest-running independent junior mountain bike program in Colorado. Our programs introduce young riders to the exhilaration of mountain biking in a safe and fun environment.

Woodward Copper

Copper Mountain Resort

888-350-1544

CampWoodward.com/copper

There’s nothing that says learning and growing can’t be fun. Woodward Copper takes pride in empowering kids to progress and advance in sport using world-class facilities and professional staff. Woodward Copper offers overnight and day camps for Skiing and Snowboarding on real Colorado snow, as well as skateboard, BMX, multi-sport, scooter and cheer camps. Select weeks give campers a change to meet and train with their favorite pros and VIPs. Woodward Copper now offers Adventure Camp including hiking, overnight camping and more. All campers will enjoy access to the 19,400 square foot action sports paradise “The Barn” and the all-new Woodward WreckTangle obstacle course, plus tons of other fun challenges and activities. See full schedule and details at our website.