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Summer Camps in Jefferson County, CO



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Geneva Glen Camp Inc
 
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PO Box 248, Indian Hills, Colorado
Continuous seasons since 1922, offering theme prog for campers of all backgrounds. Rich heritage, leadership emphasis.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama, Horseback Riding (Western),...
Camp Paha
 
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1555 Dover St, Lakewood, Colorado
Day camp for children & young adults with disabilities. 1:4 staff to camper ratio. Activities include swimming,field trips, nature,crafts,sports,music & drama.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Bold Earth Adventures
 
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2308 Fossil Trace Dr, Golden, Colorado
Hands-on outdoor adventure, service learning & language for teens in the USA, Hawaii, Alaska, Europe, Asia, South and Central America, Fiji, Bali, and Africa....
Activities: Academics, Aquatic Activities, Backpacking, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Community...
Easter Seals Colorado Rocky Mountain
 
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5755 W Alameda Ave, Lakewood, Colorado
Residential camp for children & adults with disabilities. Outdoor accessible experiences in a challenging setting.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Fishing, Golf, Horseback...
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Where Will My Child Sleep at Summer Camp?
Different camps have different types of accommodations. Some groups have kids sleeping in well-ventilated cabins whereas others have air-conditioned dorm rooms. Bathrooms could be in cabin or in a nearby wash house. There are also programs that have youth sleeping in tents outside. An organization’s mission often dictates the sleeping arrangements. For example, a 4-H or Girl Scout group may want campers to be outdoors to learn important survival skills whereas an academic camp may want youth inside so they can focus on their work. Regardless of the type of program, youth can expect to share their space with other...

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