Cal-Wood Summer Camp:
What’s Camp All About?
Connect with your Colorado roots. Travel through time with us to experience life in Colorado as an ice-age survivor, homesteader, miner, cowboy, explorer, Native American, ecologist and most importantly, a kid. Learn about everything that has made Colorado what it is today–HOME! Our programming is all hands-on: the homestead is real, the mine is on the property, the tie-dye is vibrant, the horses smell like horses, and the meals are home-cooked!
What Do We Do?
Horseback riding, high ropes course, sleep out under the stars, tie-dye, arts & crafts, backcountry cooking and safety, gold mining history, riparian ecosystem exploration, rock smashing, archery, campfire, night hike.
This camp is based at Cal-Wood’s headquarters. Campers will sleep in our quaint cabins, just a hop, skip and a jump from the Main Lodge. Each cabin has 5 bunk beds, a propane heater and a dresser for each camper. The Lodge houses our bathrooms, dining hall, Bear Room, and administrative offices. Campers will have the opportunity to take a shower during the camp session. Each cabin is under the supervision of a Cal-Wood staff member and Counselor-in-training (CIT). Homemade, nutritious meals are served in our dining hall while our Bear Room provides an indoor space for the whole camp in case of inclement weather.
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