Regarded as one of the top Easter Seals camps in the country, Rocky Mountain Village, is fully accessible and used by more than 500 children and adults with disabilities for summer camp sessions. The remainder of the year, campers enjoy respite weekends, providing a brief get-away while giving their families a rest from constant care-giving. At Rocky Mountain Village, campers enjoy swimming, fishing, arts & crafts, dances, outdoor camping, hiking and other camp activities.
Travel camp is an exciting extension of the summer camp program. This program departs from camp after check-in on Sunday and ventures out of the camp
facilities and into the beautiful Colorado experience. There are four travel camp sessions for the summer, and each one is different. Two weeks are
dedicated for wilderness travel and the other two are designed around traveling
with hotel accommodations. The wilderness travel includes visiting many state parks and also camping out in tents and sleeping under the stars! Hotel travel allows for campers who need more stable sleeping conditions to venture out from camp also. Both styles take advantage our state's adventurous settings and provide for a great experience.
Another part of programming that our Travel Camp provides is day trips. A day trip is an adventure off camp for campers and counselors to explore local
events. These expeditions usually leave after breakfast and return to camp
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