OFF-SITE CAMPS 2023

*Campers will meet here at Colorado Academy and will be bused to their off-site destination by one of our CA chaperones.

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Adventure Seekers (Entering Grades 4-9)

W4: June 27-July 1

W5: July 5-8 (4 days)

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 4-9

Spend the week searching for adventure in some of the more rustic parts of Colorado. Participate in a variety of outdoor activities, such as caving/spelunking, white water rafting, SUP/kayaking, and zip lining.  Participants are challenged individually, but also learn how to trust and depend on other members of their group. Under the guidance and experience of trained leaders, the Adventure Seekers will have stories to tell about their exhilarating journeys into the wild. Activities are subject to change. 

Cost: $625 W5: $500

Instructor: Mark Garcia

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Art Around Town (Entering Grades 3-5)

W5: July 5-July 8 (4 days only)

12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m Entering Grades 3-5

For budding or experienced artists alike, this camp takes them to beautiful locations in the Denver area to tap into our inner Monet! We will experience plein-air and nature drawing, landscapes, architectural drawings, and portraits. Students can try materials and techniques like charcoal, pencil, ink, pastels, watercolor, zentangle, and perspective, as well as experimenting with nontraditional materials.

Cost: $230

Instructor: Sara Monterroso

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Art of Nature (Entering Grades 3-6)

W1: June 6-June 10

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 3-5

Discover wildlife and nature through outdoor exploration, drawing, painting, sculpture, poetry, and other arts. Participate in wildlife watching, catch and observe critters on land and in the water, practice scientific journaling, and get inspired in this creative and artistic camp. We'll visit places like the Museum of Outdoor Arts, Botanic Gardens, and Audubon Center at Chatfield to explore arts, using nature as the inspiration and medium. Required equipment: daypack, snacks (lunch provided), walking shoes, filled water bottles, sunscreen, insect repellent, a hat, and sunglasses. 

Cost: $460

Instructor: Megan Schulz with Denver Audubon

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Beginner Fencing (Entering Grades 2-12)

W1: June 6-June 10

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 2-8

Come learn the basics of the sport of fencing! This week-long summer camp introduces students to all three of the Olympic weapons. Students get the Olympic experience using our fully electric scoring equipment, as well as our regulation-sized fencing strips. Each day is dedicated to studying one of the three weapons, through drills, games, and challenges. Camp culminates with an in-house tournament.

Cost: $590

Instructor: Denver Fencing Center

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Beginning Golf (Entering Grades 3-10)

W1: June 6-June 10

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 3-10

Grab your clubs and let’s hit the links! This camp provides five hours of professional instruction by Foothills Golf Course PGA teachers, on a par-3 course. All participants must wear collared shirts and tailored shorts. Participants must provide golf clubs, balls and tees. Balls are provided for the driving ranges. Players may not bring their own pull carts. Pull carts may be rented at Foothills for $3-4 per day.

Cost: $460

Instructor: Bob Ulrich

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Bowling Party (Entering Grades 1-5)

W3: June 20-June 24

W5: July 5-July 8 (4 days only)

12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 1-5

Spare, Strike, Turkey or Gutter Ball? Whether you are a seasoned bowler or a novice, spend an afternoon with us at a local bowling alley, playing a game that can be traced back to the Stone Age. This is an opportunity to improve your game or learn proper technique right from the beginning. Tuition includes transportation to and from the lanes, unlimited bowling and shoe rental.  

Cost: $260, W5: $220

Instructor: TBD

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Denver Fun Hoppers (Entering Grades 6-9)

W3: June 20-June 24

W5: July 5-July 8 (4 days only)

W7: July 18-July 22

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 6-9

Explore some of Denver’s best amusement parks, water parks, and museums during this action-packed fun hopper week. Included in this unique Mile High City exploration are visits that may include the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Elitch Gardens, Water World, and more.

Cost: $580, W5: $465

Instructor: Steve Hyatt

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Driver’s Education with Permit Test (Entering Grades 9-12)

W4: June 27-July 1

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (age requirement: 14 years and six months old)

Start Smart Driving Academy is a locally owned/operated driving school in Lakewood offering driver’s education programs approved by the State of Colorado. The programs are focused on giving teens the education they need to develop the skills, confidence, and awareness for a lifetime of safe driving. The driver’s education program includes everything your teen needs to get their driving permit and license including a 30-hour class (required by the State of CO), written permit test, and behind the wheel lessons (completed over the year that student holds their permit).

Cost: $670

Instructor: Start Smart Driving Academy

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Escape Room (Entering Grades 5-9)

W1: June 6-June 10
W2: June 13-June 17

W4: June 27-July 1

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 5-9

Escape rooms are growing in popularity across the country. We’ll visit some of Denver’s best escape rooms during this exciting week. We’ll use teamwork and clues embedded in the room to solve various puzzles and riddles to escape a series of rooms before our time runs out. Using inspiration from some of the great escapes in popular films, campers will create their very own escape rooms and cause-and-effect contraptions for others to try, if they dare. This camp is suitable for individuals who have completed one or two escape rooms. If you have completed more than two escape rooms, we recommend signing up for the Professional Escape camp! 

Cost: $570

Instructor: Kathy Zolla

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Future Zoologists (Entering Grades 5-8)

W7: July 18-July 22

W8: July 25-July 29 

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 5-8

"Calling all animal lovers! Spend a week visiting animals in different habitats, including the Denver Zoo, Wild Animal Sanctuary, Audubon Nature Center, Colorado Wolf & Wildlife Center, Butterfly Pavilion, and Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. Afternoons may also include film screenings of fun and classic animal movies (think Homeward Bound and Free Willy)."

Cost: $460

Instructor: Kate MacKenzie

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Indoor Ski & Board School (Entering Grades K-3)

W2: June 13-June 17 

W3: June 20-June 24

W7: July 18-July 22

W8: July 25-July 29

12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades K-3

Skiing and riding in the summer? No problem! Shredder’s professionally developed ski and board curriculum focuses on the technical aspects of skiing and riding. Campers will travel to Shredder’s indoor facility, located in Littleton, to strengthen their skills and sharpen their knowledge. This camp is open to beginning and intermediate levels and all equipment is provided.

 Cost: $490

 Instructor: Shredders

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Intermediate Golf (Entering Grades 4-10)

W2: June 13-June 17

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 4-10

Grab your clubs and let’s hit the links! This camp provides five hours of professional instruction by Foothills Golf Course PGA teachers, three days on a par-3 course, and two days on a nine-hole course. All participants must wear collared shirts and tailored shorts. Participants must provide golf clubs, balls and tees. Balls are provided for the driving ranges. Players may not bring their own pull carts. Pull carts may be rented at Foothills for $3-4 per day. 

Cost: $460

Instructor: Bob Ulrich

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Intermediate Rock Climbing (Entering Grades 6-8)

W8: July 25-July 29

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 6-8

By the end of this five-day camp, campers will be on track to lead their own single-pitch sport climbs at any climbing venue in the world! This is a camp for folks with some previous experience with rock climbing who are energetic about taking their climbing to the next level. This course is packed with climbing mileage and culminates with a mock sport lead climb. We will focus on movement, lead climbing, basic gear for setting anchors and risk management. Potential climbing areas over the five days include Clear Creek Canyon, Table Mountain, Boulder Canyon, and The Flatirons. This is the ideal course with those with outdoor top-rope climbing experience and the interest in becoming a more well rounded climber. Cost includes all climbing gear.

Cost: $900

Instructor: Colorado Mountain School

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It's a Bug's World (Entering Grades 3-5)

W6: July 11-July 15

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 3-5

Immerse yourself in an itty-bitty world with stories of our tiny giants, the invertebrates. Experience bugs like you never have before, with field trips to a local bee farm, the Butterfly Pavilion, and Chatfield Farms. Even get an up-close look from special guests, like the CSU Bug Zoo and the Colorado Beekeepers Association. Learning activities include art projects, bug catching, and even getting to take home your own bug pet. BEE-there or BEE square! Required equipment: daypack, snacks (lunch provided), walking shoes, filled water bottles, sunscreen, insect repellant, hat, and sunglasses. 

Cost: $440

Instructor: Megan Schulz/Denver Audubon

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Jump into Gymnastics (Entering Grades 2-5)

W2: June 13-June 17

W7: July 18-July 22

W8: July 25-July 29

9:00 a.m.-12:00 a.m. Entering Grades 2-5

Gymnastics helps build strength, flexibility, and coordination; it is also a confidence-builder and an excellent way to cross-train. In this concentrated week of athletic training, coaches will assess individual skill levels and tailor coaching to participants’ personal needs and goals. Campers learn how to safely use gymnastics equipment, improve existing strengths, and tackle new, challenging skills! You’ll flip for this exciting camp! 

Cost: $280

Instructor: Golden Gymnastics

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Kid vs Wild (Entering Grades 4-6)

W8: July 25-July 29

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 4-6

Do you have what it takes to survive in the wild? Test your nature survival skills as you learn to build shelters, climb trees with experts from Tree Climbing Colorado, start a fire without matches, cook using the sun, and find your way using GPS units. Practice skills you need to have safe adventures away from home while you hike trails, navigate rivers, and explore wildlife in and around Chatfield’s South Platte River. See live raptors up close with Wild Wings to find out how these amazing birds survive in the wild.  Required equipment: daypack, walking shoes, change of clothes that includes long pants and water shoes with a heel or heel strap (no flip-flops), filled water bottles, sunscreen, insect spray, a hat, sunglasses, and the will to survive! 

Cost: $460

Instructor: Megan Schulz with Denver Audubon

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Learn to Rock Climb (Entering Grades 5-8)

W5: July 5-July 8 (4 days only)

W6: July 11-July 15

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.  Entering Grades 5-8

This complete introduction to rock climbing, five day camp, takes first timers or those new to rock climbing and introduces them to the wonderful sport of rock climbing.  Learn to climb like a rock star by building a solid foundation of the knowledge, skills, and movement required to get into the sport. We will cover gear, belaying, rappelling, various types of movement and following lead climbers. Potential climbing areas over the five days include Clear Creek Canyon, Table Mountain, Boulder Canyon, and The Flatirons. This week is perfect for those who have enjoyed climbing indoors and want to learn how to enjoy the outdoors on rock. Cost includes all climbing gear.

Cost: $900 W5: $720

Instructor: Colorado Mountain School

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Let's Lend a Hand (Entering Grades 5-8)

W2: June 13-July 17

W3: June 20-June 24

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 5-8

Do you love the idea of helping others? Do you like the idea of giving back to your community?  We are looking for participants that are willing to think beyond their own needs and look to the needs of others. During this week, campers participate in various services in and around Denver. Activities may include, but are not restricted to: protecting and maintaining an open space park in the metro area, working with children, rescued animals, and helping out at the Ronald McDonald House. We work closely with the Volunteers of America. Our week ends with a trip to Elitch Gardens to celebrate our hard work. 

*All participants must be fully vaccinated to participate in this program.   

Cost: $430

Instructor: Kate MacKenzie

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Little Fencers Camp (Entering Grades K-3)

W6: July 11-July 15

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Entering Grades K-2

Denver Fencing Center is excited to offer a half-day camp for our littlest fencers! Little Fencers Camp introduces students to the sport of fencing in a safe and fun environment. This camp focuses on basic fencing knowledge and encourages students to try a new sport without the pressure of competition. Fencers use lightweight, plastic equipment that is specifically designed for kids.

Cost: $330

Instructor: Denver Fencing Center

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Little Golfers (Entering Grades 1-3)

W1: June 6-June 10

W2: June 13-July 17

12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 1-3

Attention all young golfers! Join us on Foothills Golf Course, and receive instruction from certified teaching pros! You’ll get an opportunity to play some holes each day. Lessons cover etiquette, safety, putting, short game (chipping, pitching), full swing and strategies for getting around a golf course efficiently. Participants must provide a bag of junior golf clubs. Participants must wear collared shirts and tailored shorts. 

Cost: $280

Instructor: Beth Folsum

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Medieval Camp (Entering Grades 2-8)

W8: July 25-July 29

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 2-8

Come lads and ladies to Medieval Camp! Over the course of the week, the Knights of DFC guide you on your quest to learn the art of the sword. Knights-in-training learn to battle both in the medieval style and the modern Olympic style. Knights make their own foam swords and design their personal crests, which they paint on their shields. On our last day, our knights battle for the castle built upon the great Ruby Hill!

Cost: $590

Instructor: Denver Fencing Center

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Middle School Bowling Party (Entering Grades 6-8)

W6: July 11-July 15

12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 6-8

Spare, Strike, Turkey or Gutter Ball? Whether you are a seasoned bowler or a novice, spend an afternoon with us at a local bowling alley, playing a game that can be traced back to the Stone Age. This is an opportunity to improve your game or learn proper technique right from the beginning. Tuition includes transportation to and from the lanes, unlimited bowling and shoe rental. We will end the week with a trip to the theater to watch an age appropriate movie! 

Cost: $260

Instructor: TBD

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Mountain Biking (Entering Grades 5-8)

W5: July 5-July 8 (4 days only)

W6: July 11-July 15

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 5-8

Bike where no car has been. Explore pristine paths. Push your personal limits. REI Guides teach basic mountain biking techniques, including shifting, braking, ascending, descending, and maneuvering around obstacles. Guides have current PMBIA training, Wilderness First Aid, and CPR certifications. All gear, including mountain bikes, is provided. Join us to ride some of the fantastic trails in the foothills, including Village Greens Park, Bear Creek Lake Park, and Flatirons Vista. 

*The vendor of this program requires all participants to be fully vaccinated.   

Cost: $950, W5: $800

Instructor: REI

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Mountain Explorers (Entering Grades 3-5)

W5: July 5-July 8 (4 days only)

W7: July 18-July 22

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.  Entering Grades 3-5

Make the most of your summer by exploring the diverse ecosystems that Colorado has to offer! Each day, you explore a new area in Colorado’s Front Range, where you get the chance to experience indoor and outdoor rock climbing, go “sledding” on a glacier, and get your feet wet paddling at a local reservoir. As a part of our Mountain Explorers Camp, you get the chance to explore the varied activities and types of terrain that make Colorado so unique and special. You make a field journal, learn about the '10 Essentials' and Leave No Trace wilderness ethics, build “survival” shelters, and gain some of the necessary skills to safely play in the mountains for years to come!

Cost: $920, W5: $740

Instructor: Colorado Mountain Club

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Mountain Madness (Entering Grades 6-9)

W7: July 18-July 22

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 6-9

Craving a true outdoor thrill? In Mountain Madness, each day is packed with breathtaking Colorado scenery and a variety of activity challenges. Get your heart pumping with activities that may include: zip lining, whitewater rafting, glacier hiking, horseback riding, and either paddle boarding/kayaking or mountain biking. Experienced leaders will guide participants as they enjoy the best of Colorado’s wild outdoors in this robust camp. 

Cost: $620

Instructor: TBD

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Outdoor Girls Adventure (Entering Grades 2-5)

W1: June 6-June 10

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 2-5

During this weeklong camp, girls discover local outdoor spaces and spend time getting to know women who work in outdoor professions. Each day includes an adventure in nature, an experience with a female professional, and reflection activities upon return to campus.

Cost: $460

Instructors: Christine West & Emily Hariton  

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Parkour (Entering Grades 3-9)

W6: July 11-July 15

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Entering Grades 6-9

12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 3-5

Parkour is an art of movement in which you train the body and mind to overcome obstacles. Come learn to jump, run, climb, and play at one of the largest parkour gyms in America. Students learn the basics of parkour, including landing, rolling, jumping, precision, balance, vaulting, climbing, and swinging. Parkour challenges students both physically and mentally. Students stay highly active during class, engaging in creative drills and games in a fun and safe environment.

Cost: $480

Instructors: Apex Movement

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Passport to Nature (Entering Grades 1-3)

W5: July 5-July 8 (4 days only) 

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.  Entering Grades 1-3

Experience a week that offers the chance to immerse yourself in nature! Observe live animals, explore hands-on displays and a Touch Table, enjoy animal and bird exhibits, and hike trails searching for hundreds of species of wildlife with outdoor scavenger hunts, games, and activities. Get wild and fill out your Passport to Nature while you explore area parks and nature centers. Required equipment: daypack, walking shoes, filled water bottles, sunscreen, insect repellant, a hat, and sunglasses. 

Cost: $370

Instructor: Kate Hogan with Denver Audubon

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Professional Escape (Entering Grades 7-10)

W6: July 11-July 15

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 7-10

Calling all professional escape room artists. If you have successfully escaped at least three rooms, and you enjoy logic puzzles, strategy games, and problem solving, this camp is for you. Bring your escape room expertise, and be prepared to break out of some challenging situations that only the best Houdini fans can navigate.

Cost: $570

Instructors: Kathy Zolla & Renee Medina

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Racquetball (Entering Grades 5-9)

W3: June 20-June 24

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Entering Grades 5-9

Racquetball is a fast, fun, lifetime sport that’s easy to learn and even more exciting to play. Join a club pro to learn fundamental racquetball skills and rules, and of course play lots of games. Players are grouped by ability and play in a variety of tournament formats. All participants will get gifts and prizes on tournament day  A CA van takes players to a local club site each day.

Cost: $260

Instructor: Marcia Richards

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Samurai Camp (Entering Grades 2-8)

W2: June 13-June 17

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 2-8

Coach Chris Sauthoff brings his kendo experience to this weeklong samurai camp for the third year. Join him for the beginning of your samurai journey. Make your own samurai sword, play games, learn the kendo tenets of discipline and respect, and learn how to apply a different form of swordplay to fencing!

Cost: $590

Instructor: Denver Fencing Center

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Scuba Diving Certification Camp (Entering Grades 6-9)

W8: July 25-July 29

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 6-9

This course is offered in collaboration with a professional scuba shop. Over the course of the week, students will complete classroom work and pool skills practice, required for Scuba Schools International (SSI) scuba certification. We will end the week with two certification dives and skills tests at Denver’s amazing Downtown Aquarium!

Cost: $850

Instructor: A1 Scuba, Sara Monterosso

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Skateboarding (Entering Grades 5-8)

W1: June 6-June 10

W3: June 20-June 24

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 6-9

W7: July 18-July 22

W8: July 25-July 29

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 3-5

Square State Skate provides skateboard instruction and guidance for children of all ages and skill abilities allowing your youngsters’ skills, passion and personality to grow in a safe, fun environment. Our skilled instructors work in small group settings to help teach everything from basic fundamentals to more advanced skills, we also can provide all the equipment needed for any program. We focus on participants' growth both on and off a skateboard by fostering self-confidence, persistence, and determination and building community through skateboarding. 

Cost: $720

Instructor: Square State Skate

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Stand Up Paddleboarding (Entering Grades 3-8)

W4: June 27-July 1

W6: July 11-July 15

W8: July 25-July 29

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 3-8

Learn to Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) with the ACA certified instructors from SurfSUP Colorado. This course has been developed by the American Canoe Association. Students will learn the basic paddling skills necessary to safely participate in this water sport, including paddle strokes, turning, bracing, and a thorough introduction to the safety issues involved, including self and group rescue. Free time is built into the schedule for self-directed SUP activities. All SUP equipment is provided. Swimming ability is required. 

Cost: $550

Instructor: SurfSUP Colorado

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Sticky Fingers: Culinary Team Challenge (Entering Grades 5-9)

W4: June 27-July 1

W7: July 18-July 22

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 5-9

Curious how to make your own baked goods, crackers, and pastries from scratch? Aspiring bakers and chefs who love to get their hands dirty in the kitchen will love our Culinary Team Challenge Camp! Campers will learn the basics of baking breads, fresh pastas, muffins, cookies and more from scratch each day. Young chefs-in-training will also take on cooking challenges inspired from favorite cooking TV shows such as Master Chef Jr, Cupcake Wars, Chopped Jr, and Cutthroat Kitchen. We will learn how to use different cooking equipment and techniques, explore flavor pairing, and create tasty mouthwatering recipes throughout the week. 

Cost: $700

Instructor: Sticky Fingers

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Summer Horse Camp with Colorado Equestrian Center (Entering Grades K-8)

W6: July 11-July 15

W7: July 18-July 22

W8: July 25-July 29

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades K-8 *Camper must be at least 5 years of age

Our Summer Horse Camp program offers in-depth education for kids and teens. Campers join us for horseback riding lessons each day, unmounted education in safety and animal husbandry, horse and pony care, equine anatomy, equestrian sports, horsemanship and horse related art projects. Campers are divided by age and ability (beginner, intermediate, advanced riders).

Cost: $950

Instructor: Colorado Equestrian Center

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Swim Lessons with Swim Labs (Entering Grades K-4)

W1: June 6-June 10

W2: June 13-June 17

W3: June 20-June 24 

W4: June 27-July 1

W5: July 5-July 8 (4 days only) 

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Entering Grades K-4

W6: July 11-July 15

W8: July 25-July 29

12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades K-4

 This camp is perfect for beginner through intermediate level swimmers!  A great option for kids who need to learn how to swim or who know the basics but are looking to improve their swimming technique. Swimmers will be split into small groups based on their current skill level. At SwimLabs Littleton, we provide a fun, innovative way for kids to learn how to swim correctly, safely, and efficiently. With mirrors on the bottom of the pool, swimmers can instantly see how they are moving through the water. This instant feedback is combined with the guidance of our highly trained instructors who provide personalized swimming lessons for children of all ages. 

When your kiddo enrolls in our swimming lessons, they benefit from innovative teaching technologies and a proven curriculum that prioritizes confidence and water safety. Our small, warm water pools help kids discover confidence while enjoying the water without the fear and distractions that can come with large, overcrowded swim classes.

Cost: $360 W5: $288

Instructor: Swim Labs

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The Floor is Lava (Entering Grades 6-8)

W7: July 18-July 22

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Entering Grades 6-8

In this action-packed, awesome camp, kids will soar from one high energy event to the next. From gravity-defying ninja warrior obstacle courses, old-school tree climbing, and state-of-the-art indoor rock climbing, campers will be flying high, literally, every day. The week culminates in a challenging yet thrilling ropes course adventure. Come away with a little discipline and teamwork and a lot of strength, speed, and skill after this camp.  

Cost: $600

Instructor: Sara Monterroso

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Wilderness Leaders (Entering Grades 6-9)

W6: July 11-July 15

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.  Entering Grades 6-9

Interested in an adventure filled week of learning unique mountain skills and having endless fun? Join us for a day camp experience that truly has it all! You will spend the week indoor and outdoor rock climbing, exploring mountains, “backcountry” cooking, learning basic snow/glacier travel technique, and paddle boarding! Aside from that, you will also gain valuable insight into your own learning and leadership styles. Get ‘psyched’ for an exciting week of skill building, adventure, and fun!” 

Cost: $920

Instructor: Colorado Mountain Club

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Wildlife Rehabilitation & Conservation (Entering Grades 6-9)

W2&3: June 13-June 24 (2 Week Camp) 

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.  Entering Grades 7-10

Explore what wildlife needs to survive, and how humans help animals when they are in trouble. Learn about a variety of careers working with and for wildlife. Visit a wildlife rehabilitation center and speak with the people who care for sick and injured wildlife. Tour wildlife exhibits and discuss how caretakers provide everything animals need in captivity. Visit wilderness areas and speak with wildlife biologists who are protecting and preserving wildlife and their habitats. Required equipment: daypack, walking shoes, filled water bottles, sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses.

Cost: $900 (2 Weeks)

Instructor: Suzy Hiskey with Denver Audubon

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Young Warriors (Entering Grades K-9)

W3&4: June 20-July 1

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.Entering Grades 6-9 

W6&7: July 11-July 22

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Entering Grades K-5 

Each class is filled with self-defense techniques, wrapped around fun games and skills. Campers build leadership skills and confidence. Daily classes focus on cooperation, planning, goal setting and respect while learning real and actionable self-defense skills.

Cost: $400 (2 Week Camp)

Instructor: Colorado Krav Maga

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