Summer camps for Boulder, Broomfield and Weld County kids offer all kinds of experiences that may even be life-changing for young campers. In Spiritual and Enrichment camps, children experience growth in especially meaningful ways. They have the chance to develop qualities such as empathy and kindness through relationships with one another, with nature and within themselves.

Highlands Presbyterian Camp
Highlands Presbyterian offers age-appropriate traditional, adventure and mission-based Christian co-educational summer day camp sessions for children in grades 3 to 12. Also offered are inter-generational and family camps outside of youth sessions.

Heart of Longmont
Heart of Longmont offers a week-long Vacation Bible School for ages 3 to 10. This half-day of fun and learning includes crafts, games, science, music and storytelling. Registration includes continental breakfast and snack daily, a t-shirt to be worn on the last day and a closing performance and lunch for family and friends. The kids are invited to perform for the congregation during Sunday service.

Jarrow Montessori School
Jarrow Montessori School provides half- and full-day Roots and Wings Camp for children ages 3 to 6. It encompasses all the benefits of the traditional Montessori classroom with added fun and adventure outdoors, including caring for and harvesting from the school garden, free play and exploration, and special water day, Splash Friday. Sessions are June 1-26 and July 6-24.

Broomfield UMC/Camps
Broomfield UMC Summer Camps 2020 “has the goal of providing every child with an amazing summer experience and learn about the love of Jesus in a fun and safe environment. They want campers’ days to be filled with laughter and joy, adventure, friendship, spiritual and self-discovery and opportunities for growth.” June through August for five weeks, ages 6 to 11.

Camp Kind
Camp Kind is a unique day camp experience in Westminster for campers ages 5 to 15 of all backgrounds and religious affiliations. Its goal is to provide children with fun, hands-on volunteer experiences that allow them to be helpful and considerate to others and the environment.

By Judy Finman for Raised in the Rockies