Frequently Asked Questions
Unless Covid restrictions drastically change, Full-week enrollments are NOT required this summer. Campers 7 & up will have 8 to 12 different activities to choose from every morning and afternoon. Every day we will have our staple activities that get offered, which include rock climbing, archery, skateboarding or BMX biking, adventure tech, a craft, and either canoeing, polar bearing, paddleboarding. Beyond those, the remaining activities get determined by camper and staff interests. Please use the reservation calendar to reserve your days this summer.
Both these products are for our campers ages 7 & up. Full-day trips operate with the same logistics as a normal camp day except the campers registered for these trips will participate in that special activity for the entire day. Each camp day will have one full-day trip offered. These trips include rafting, ziplining, and horseback riding. This is an optional add-on purchase and must be accompanied by a punch pass reservation. If you are only attending camp for a few days, we recommend just attending camp as normal rather than doing a full-day trip. For those attending for more than a few days, full-day trips can be a nice addition to each campers’ experience.
Update: Feb 22nd, 2022. All weeks have limited availability for ages 7 & up. Click below to find up-to-date information. All junior camp weeks (5 & 6-year-old camp) are currently full. Click here to be added to our waitlist.
For Jr Campers (5 & 6 year olds) – When you purchase your week of camp you will automatically be enrolled in camp for that week.
For Adventure punch passes (for campers ages 7 & up) – Once you have purchased your punch passes you will be directed to your parent portal (click below to be taken there). You will be able to select your desired days by selecting view and reserve day/trips. You must have punch passes purchased to create reservations.
You can drop your child off at 9:00 am. We will announce activities at 9:15 am. We recommend you come early if it is your child’s first day of camp. If you need to drop your child off before 9:00 am please give us a call.
We recommend every child come to camp with the following:
- Water Bottle
- Bathing Suit
- Sweatshirt (each camper receives a camp sweatshirt upon arrival)
Some other helpful things to bring to camp:
- Towel (optional)
- Rain jacket (optional)
- Day Pack (optional)
- Sandals/Water Shoes (Optional)
Our camp is located at the Aspen Middle School. We are based out of their outdoor recreation room. You can find this room by walking down the stairs like your going to their football field. We are directly to the left at the bottom of the stairs.
90 13A Rd, Aspen, CO 81611
No, this summer we are not providing lunch or snacks for campers. Please note we are a peanut-free facility.
- Our Jr. Camp accepts campers ages (5 & 6 years old)
- Our older kids camp (punch passes) accepts kids ages 7 to 15.
Every day we offer 18 to 20 activities. We have 6 staple activities that will get offered once every day. They are,
- Rock climbing
- BMX biking on the pump track, or skateboarding
- Water activity (paddleboarding, canoeing, etc.)
- Lego robotics
- Some sort of craft
The remaining activities are determined by camper and staff interests.
With our convenient punch pass option you have the flexibility to pick and choose any day you want them to attend, provided we haven’t reached our capacity.
Early pickup is an option. You will have to talk to a director at the beginning of the morning to let us know what time you want to pick them up. Please note if you plan to pick them up after 2 they will be limited on their activity chooses for the afternoon.
If you want your child to participate in a full day trip you can reserve a spot for them on our website. For a normal day of camp campers will have the freedom to choose their morning and afternoon activities. You can make suggestions, but we do not force kids to participate in activities they do not want to join.