Frequently Asked Questions
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
We accept kids ages 7 to 15. We do accept 6 year olds on the basis of their maturity.
Everyday we offer 18 to 20 activities. We have four activities that will get offered once everyday. They are,
- Rock climbing
- Small animals
- Water activity (paddleboarding, canoeing, etc.)
There will be 12 to 14 additional activities offered daily.
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.
You do not need to bring lunch for your child. We provide lunch and snack daily. We make sure there is always a gluten free option and a vegetarian option. We are also a nut free camp. Please make sure to write any of your child’s allergies on their account. Kids are always welcome to bring their own lunch, but we ask that their food has no nuts of any kind.
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.