Walking Mountains Science Center has summer science camps that allow your kiddos to experience the wild places of the Vail Valley while nurturing their connection to the natural world through backyard explorations. Campers investigate principles of ecology and develop an understanding of scientific concepts through fun, adventure, and exploration.
Beaver Creek has a Five-Star Kids Camp that will have you wishing you were still a kid. Campers will enjoy activities such as jeep tours, zip lining, indoor rock climbing, river rafting, and more! The schedule of activities is always changing, so you’ll be able to find the perfect adventure for your children.
Vail Recreation District’s Mad Scientists camp allows inquisitive participants to explore topics to a depth rarely achieved with elementary-age children. The VRD has chosen different topics to help young scientists gain a better understanding of how the world works. Children will experiment, build, discuss, revise and learn. Topics include magnetism, electric motors and rockets.
Cordillera Metro District’s Cordy Camp offers kids an opportunity to spread their wings and try a variety of activities like tennis, golf, swimming, basketball, hiking, fishing, games and arts and crafts lead by professional instructors. Each week has a different theme with flexibility built into the program. Campers can pick and choose the days, weeks or months that they would like to attend.
Ute Springs Experiential Learning Center they know that kids learn from play, and the Rocky Mountains are the perfect place to get outside and explore! Camps include activities like orienteering, fort building, boating, fishing, horse activities, and more!