The Colorado Lions Camp is a year-round facility providing summer programs for individuals with disabilities ages 8 and above and winter programs for large and small groups.
Overview of Summer programs:
Each session provides therapeutic activities in a fun atmosphere targeting increased independent living skills. Various activities included Adventure Education, horseback riding, aquatics, arts and crafts, and outdoor education. These activities enhance the independence of each camper. Over 300 people enjoyed the camping experience this past summer at the Colorado Lions Camp. Staffing included an Occupational Therapist, therapeutic recreation staff, a Registered Nurse, and experts in visual and hearing impairments. Progress Notes compiled during each session indicated significant progress for various campers in attaining independent living skills.
The camp is nestled at 8,500 feet in the mountains four miles north of Woodland Park on Highway 67. The camp has miles of scenic trails both on the property and through Pike National Forest. The summer camping session provides the campers with a large variety of activities including, astronomy, swimming, fishing, horseback riding, camping, and hiking. The campership fee for the summer session is $450.00 for a one week session. Sponsorships are available from the Lions Clubs of Colorado.
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