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Intro to Camp 7's Day Camp Program
Camp 7 programming runs in two week sessions M-F with a themed agenda and related outdoor activities. In 2019 we will run our summer programs during the following dates:
June 3-14: Adventure is Out There!
June 17-28: Say "Yes" to the Mess
July 1-12: Team Spirit
July 15-26: Water Works
July 29- August 2: Where the Wild Things Are
17846 Kimball Creek Road
Collbran, CO 81624
Just a few of the activities offered at Camp 7!
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Enroll New Campers
Camp 7 Day Camp is licensed for school age children. We are available to campers 7-14 years old.
Annual Non-refundable Registration Fee: $30 per child
One Session: $300
Full Summer: $1,425
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Interest areas are activities that are chosen by each camper.
During the 2-week session campers will go to and participate
in their chosen Interest area between 4 and six times. Many of
these activities are taught by a certified staff member. The goal
of the Interest area program is to offer an activity where campers
get the opportunity to learn a skill/activity from the ground up, from
the fundamentals to proficiency in their chosen activity. Typically,
awards are given out and recognized at the overnight program.
Certified Interest Areas Include; Archery, Air rifle, Horseback Riding,
Rock-climbing, Swimming, and Watercraft. Non-Certified Interest Areas
Include; Athletics, Campcraft, Mountain Ethics and Hiking to name a few.
Open period is a scheduled time where we give campers the opportunity to choose selected activities offered during that day. Many of these activities are theme based and also Interest area activities. However, this is an opportunity where our staff can become very creative in their offerings, for instance, with a “stars and stripes” themed session. As an example, “Rocketry”, where the campers design and build their own rockets from an “Estes” kit and launch the rockets in our athletic field during the overnight program. Great freedom and flexibility for the staff!!!
Group activities are designed for each counselor and his/her campers to participate in an offered activity together as a unit. Unlike “Interest Areas” and “Open Period”
offerings, where campers go to activities of their own choosing individually. Group activities will be another area where counselors can bring a creative touch to
the program and offer some incredible activities that the whole unit can engage in together.
Camp events are designed to engage the entire camp community together. This may be an activity at camp 7 such as a “water carnival” where everyone has a
hand in the planning, and participating in an incredible event, or perhaps a day at Highline Lake State park for a day of fun in the sun at a local swim beach.
Second Thursday of each two week session, Camp 7 celebrates with a special "evening performance" and "camp out" to cap off the session. We ask parents to bring a picnic dinner for their camper and family. After dinner, at approx 7:30pm, we start our evening activities. Aligned with the theme of the session, activities may include: talent shows, water carnivals, singing, dancing, skits and special guest appearances.
Once the campfire activities have concluded and parents have departed, campers and their counselors begin to settle in for the night at our High Mesa summer grounds. With their counselors, campers will spend the night in an authentic Sioux teepee and participate in additional campfire activities.
Regular activities will resume the following day, which will include breakfast and lunch provided by Camp 7.
Parents are asked to bring a picnic dinner for their camper. If unable to attend the overnight programming, dinner will be provided at an additional cost.
Campers are asked to bring a sleeping bag and toiletries for the over night camp out. Camp 7 does not provide sleeping bags, pillows, etc