We are on to camps happening during the eighth week of summer. Here’s a small selection, you can find a much longer list of camps for the eighth week of summer (July 16, 2018 – July 20, 2018) on Campanizer here.
- Frisbee Golf! Focus with Colorado Mountain Ranch
Ages 10 – 16
July 16 – 20
Our own dedicated staff members designed and landscaped our 18-hole Frisbee Golf (Frolf!) course. Some fans of the sport prefer the name Disc Golf. Whatever you call it, the game requires strategy and skill. The Frolf course is unique in its setting among the pine and aspen forests and the wildflower meadows of The Ranch. Each of the nine baskets has two separate tee-offs, so they can be approached from two different directions. Develop aim and coordination while outdoing your own earlier scores. Form teams for intramurals! Round out days with team-building ropes course challenges and choices from all the other activities.
- SMBA Cycling Sisters Camp
Ages 7 – 14
July 16 – 20
Cycling Sisters Camp gives female riders the opportunity to explore the fun and adventure of mountain biking in a supportive environment. Riders will increase confidence while guided by experienced and encouraging female coaches. All abilities are welcome.
- Spellbinders: Spell Writing, Binding & Other Enchantments at Living Arts School
Ages 4 – 18
July 16 – 20
A week for wizards and witches! Join us as we write our own spells, and learn about other enchantments and magic tricks with which to wow your friends and family… We’ll be marbling our endpapers and binding our spellbooks, so you can take them home at the end of the week and keep them close at hand for future spell casting practice.
- Adventure Camp Boulder with Avid4Adventure
Ages 6 – 13
July 16 – 20Our Adventure Camp transports kids entering 2nd – 7th grades out to authentic local settings for thrilling, fulfilling outdoor experiences. Whether they’re returning or first-time campers, every day is a different adventure—mastering mountain biking, climbing a local crag, hiking a trail, paddling a canoe or kayak—and every challenge is calibrated to their age and ability. Grouped by grade, campers build skills and confidence as they return to our program year after year. 2nd – 4th graders concentrate on getting comfortable with new activities, with plenty of support and inspiration from our staff and returning campers. Once they reach 5th – 7th grade, campers shift their focus to teamwork, mentorship and deepening their technical competence. Led by the best outdoor instructors around, campers develop the know-how and lasting self-assuredness that propel them toward a lifetime of exciting and nourishing outdoor adventure.
- Stitch Camp at Friends School
Ages 10 – 13
July 16 – 19Build basic sewing skills and confidence by using sewing machines to make fun, easy, and beautiful projects.