2018 Tennis Camp with Coach Wilson and Coach Munroe. 6/4-6/8 and 6/11-6/15, Tentatively at Stapleton courts, Montview at Syracuse. Coach Jenny Wilson: firstname.lastname@example.org
24th Annual Denver Rocky Mountain Chess Camps. 6/4-8 and 7/9-11. Full-, half-day options, 9am-4pm. 8:1 staff/student ratio. Scorekeeping, etiquette, tournament prep, logical thinking and strategic planning. Also 2-day workshops, tournaments, follow-up classes. Learn from National Chess Master/author. 303.770.6696, www.ColoradoMasterChess.com
24th Annual Cleo Parker Robinson International Summer Dance Institute. Children’s Summer Camp, “One Spirit, Many Voices,” 6/18-6/22 and 6/25-6/29. Ages 3-13. Experience art and culture from around the world, dance activities, arts/crafts. Dance Intensive- ages 14+ 7/7-7/20. Domestic/global dance instruction/technique and genres pre-professional to professional. Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, 119 Park Ave. W. email@example.com 303.295.1579 ext. 17. www.cleoparkerdance.org/academy
Air Force Academy Sports Camps. Full range of camps boys/girls ages 8+: swimming, gymnastics, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, volleyball, cheerleading, cross country/track, diving, fencing, hockey, golf and tennis. Overnight/day options. goairforcefalcons.com/camps
Altitude Youth Ultimate. Ultimate Frisbee: Disc fundamentals, athletic skills, rules and teamwork/sportsmanship. New and experienced players; includes lunch. Late June and mid-July: Mon–Thur. Ages 7-11 half-day 9am-1pm; 10-14 and 13-16 camps 9am-4pm. $275 full day/$115 half day. Denver/Boulder locations. www.altitudeyouthultimate.org, Jeff@altitudeyouthultimate.org
Art Garage Visual Art Camps. Weeklong, age-appropriate classes encourage artistic expression, art appreciation/imagination. Ages 3-18. Ceramics, drawing, painting, collage, mixed-media. Small classes. Mon-Fri, June 4-Aug 17. Park Hill, 6100 E. 23rd Ave. firstname.lastname@example.org, 303.377.2353, www.ArtGarageDenver.com
Art Students League of Denver. Drawing, painting, ceramics, mixed media, sculpture. AM and PM camps. 303.778.6990, asld.org
Arvada Center Summer Arts Camps. Theater, visual arts, dance, ceramics, music, creative writing, storytelling, photography. www.arvadacenter.org, 720.898.7200
Augustana Lutheran Church Vacation Bible School. Kids starting1st to leaving 5th grade. Week of singing, crafts, games and faith. www.augustanadenver.org, 303.388.4678. Augustana Lutheran Church, 5000 E. Alameda Ave.
Avid4 Adventure. Biking, climbing, paddling, hiking all abilities entering pre-K-7th. Build confidence, learn to take positive risks and develop outdoor skills. www.avid4.com, 800.977.9873. Use code: FRONTPORCH to save $15
Bike Camp. 2-week camp teaches to be safe, responsible bike rider.bikestogether.org. Bikes Together, 2825 Fairfax St.
Bladium Kids Camps. Highly active week camps; full- or half-day. 2400 Central Park Blvd. 303.320.3033, email@example.com, bladiumdenver.com/youth-kids/kids-camps
Bluff Lake Nature Center Summer Camp. Half- and full-day outdoor nature camps. Sessions 6/4-8/17. www.blufflake.org.
Bounce Summer Camp. Half day camps with parkour, gymnastics, team building, sports, fitness, obstacle courses. K-3: 8am-12pm, Grades 4-8:12:30-4:30pm. Weekly: 6/4-8/13. $200/wk. www.bouncestapleton.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Butterfly Pavilion Summer Camps. Day and weeklong programing of nature, science, exploration, inquiry, art, play. Ages 5-10. 2-hour mini camps, half-day and full-day camps Jun–Aug. www.butterflies.org
Camp Chief Ouray (CCO). Traditional overnight camp ages 7-17. In cabins with 2 college-aged counselors and 6-9 kids same gender/age. Low staff-to-camper ratio. 5,100 acres of mountains, valleys, streams. meadows. Ages 15-18 can do Leader-in-Training, Counselor-in-Training, Wrangler-in-Training and Wilderness Leadership. www.campchiefouray.org/
Camp Granite Lake. Sleep Away Camp. Sailing, rock climbing, woodworking, horseback riding, canoeing, ceramics, SUP, backpacking, archery, culinary arts. 135-acre mountain property, private 8-acre lake in Coal Creek Canyon. Supportive, unplugged community. 2-week sessions campers finishing 2nd-9th grade. ACA Accredited, CDHS licensed. Discounts, payment plans, scholarships available. campgranitelake.com, 720.249.2997
Camp McAuliffe. Volleyball, cooking, emerging artists, acting, math, robotics, futsal. Ages 10-14. AM/PM sessions. www.McAuliffe.dpsk12.org. Limited scholarships for families needing assistance. Brandi Wright: email@example.com to apply.
Camp Timberline. Christian sports and mountain adventure camps in Estes Park. Overnight camp ages 7-18: weeklong sessions by age groups. Beyond Timberline ages 13-18: weeklong backpacking trips. SHIFT for juniors and seniors: 2-week adventure/service program. Outta Bounds Day Camp along Front Range, K-6th and 5th-8th grades: weeklong sports/adventure program: 10 different locations. www.camptimberline.com. 970.484.8462, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ceramics in the City Art Camps. Ages 6 & up. Glass Fusing, Clay, Pottery, Canvas, Mixing Media. Mon-Thurs 9-11am. Fun, new techniques to strengthen creativity and confidence. $25/day. See our summer ArtPass. Parkhill/Mayfair. www.ceramicsinthecity.com, 303.200.0461. 5214 E. Colfax Ave.
City of Aurora Summer Camps. Arts and music, cooking, craft and hobbies, drama, golf. Various Aurora locations. Ages 3-14. Descriptions, cost and age: www.auroragov.org/recreation, 303.326.8560
City of Aurora Theatre Camps. Various Aurora locations. Half days. Little Foxes ages 7-11; Percy Jackson, Super Heroes and Alice in Wonderland. Teen Camps 11-17; The Hunger Games, A Wrinkle in Time and Musical Theatre Camp “Wonderful World of Disney” Registration open 4/13. auroragov.org/recreation, 303.326.8650.
City of Commerce City Parks and Recreation Summer Camps. Full-day camps with swimming and field trips weekly. Astronomy, horseback riding, paddle boarding, urban farming. State-licensed; CCAP-approved. Low child/staff ratios. Ages 6-10 and 11-15. 6060 E. Parkway Dr., Commerce City. 303.289.3659, c3gov.com/camp
CodeSpire Coding Summer Camps. STEM camps offer hands-on coding of apps, video games, Minecraft, robots, drones, circuits, micro-processors and wearable electronics. Ages 8-18. 303.381.3741. 3401 Quebec St, Ste 5010. www.CodeSpire.org, CodeSpireInfo@gmail.com
Colorado Academy Summer Programs. Kids 4 and up. Before-/after-care available. Catalog: www.coloradoacademysummer.org
Colorado Ballet Academy Summer Programs. All ages. Cost varies re participating weeks. Colorado Ballet Academy, 1075 Santa Fe Dr. 303.339.1623, www.coloradoballet.org
Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Summer Camps. Ages 5-18, June-Aug. Cost varies per camp. Skills development: beginning fundamentals to elite player evolution. Stapleton, Lowry or Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. www.rapidsyouthsoccer.org, 303.399.5858
CorePower Yoga Kids Camp for Ages 5-10. 2 1-week sessions for kids 5-10. Session 1: 7/16-20; session 2: 7/23-29. Both M-F 1:30-4pm. $189 paid on/before 6/30; $199 after. Yoga basics and breath, movement, concentration and meditation. Each session with stories/myths of the practice, games, movement, fun. CorePower Yoga Stapleton: 7485 E. 29th Pl. 303.377.7444, email@example.com
CorePower Yoga, Strength and Conditioning Camp. 1-week yoga, strength and conditioning camp. 7/9-7/13 for females ages12-16. $189 paid on/before 6/30; $199 after. M-F from 1:30-4pm.Yoga basics with stories about finding inner strength and train for whatever life to offer (tailored for dancers, athletes and those wanting to find strength). Application required. Space limited. CorePower Yoga Stapleton: 7485 E. 29th Pl. 303.377.7444, firstname.lastname@example.org
Creative Learning Preschool Summer Camps. Quebec Square, 7505 E. 35th Ave., Ste. 340. Full-day or a.m. camp in three 4-week sessions. Daily routine: preschool curriculum, gym time, music, crafts, outside play, mealtime, centers. Ages 1-6. 303.377.8855, www.creativelearningdenver.com
Dance Institute Summer Camp. 4601 Quebec St. Educational/affordable dance camps ages 4 and up. www.DanceInstituteDenver.com
Dardano’s Summer Pre-School Gymnastics Adventure Camp. 2250 Kearney St., Park Hill. Boys/girls ages 3-5½. Two 4-week sessions begin 6/4 combining gymnastics with enrichment activities, arts/crafts, games, etc. Weekly themes: Treasure Hunt, Outer Space, Beach Party & On The Go. Mon.-Thurs. 9:30am-12:30pm. Flexible scheduling. Sign up by day, week or full session. 303.355.0080, www.dardanosgym.com
DAVA Summer ART Program-Oasis Studio. Downtown Aurora Visual Arts free drop-in art program concentrates on personal expression through the arts. Ages 7-17. Ceramic, pottery, sculpture, drawing, painting, printmaking. Summer hours: 1:30-4:30pm, Mon-Fri. 1410 Florence St. davarts.org
David Ross Piano Studio-Songwriting/Composition Intensive Program. Music technology for those interested in recording, sequencing, looping, etc. Work one-on-one with singer/songwriter/composer David Ross in Stapleton studio. Specialized/individual attention. Basic knowledge of music or instrument desirable, not necessary. Students entering grades 7-12. Flexible summer dates/times. email@example.com, www.denverpianostudio.com
Denver Art Museum Classes & Day Camps. Ages 6-15. Half- and full-day camps. 100 W. 14th Ave. P’kway. 720.913.0130, www.denverartmuseum.org, firstname.lastname@example.org
Denver Botanic Gardens’ Garden Camps. Ages 6-12. Grow your mind, plant a new friend, dig into the Gardens with weeklong day camps. 1007 York St. 720.865.3580, catalog.botanicgardens.org, email@example.com
Denver Center for the Performing Arts Theatre Camps. All-day theatre programs ages 3-18. Act, sing, dance, design. June-Aug. $175-$650. Scholarships available. 303.446.4892, firstname.lastname@example.org, denvercenter.org/education
Denver Fencing Center Summer Camps. Beginner to advanced camps June, July and Aug.; ages 7 & up.1930 S. Navajo St. (Ruby Hill Park). 303.922.7288, www.denverfencingcenter.com/camps.html
Denver Film Society Young Filmmakers Workshop. Learn to make movies, collaborate with young filmmakers, work with industry professionals, show your film on big screen. Scholarships available. 303.595.3456, denverfilm.org
Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Weeklong half-day to weeklong full-day camps. Ages 4-grade 6. www.dmns.org. 303.370.6455
Denver School of the Arts. Grades 3-12. Dance, vocal music, theatre, visual arts. DSA campus, Montview and Quebec. www.dsa.dpsk12.org. Tracy Holt: email@example.com
Denver Zoo Camp Summer Safari 2018. Weeklong day camps pre-K-8th grade. Animal lovers enjoy hands-on activities, zoo exploration, animal encounters/observations, crafts, games, stories, projects. www.denverzoo.org
Digistars Make-a-Movie Workshop. Weeklong full-day camps June-Aug., grades 1-8. Claymation and live action moviemaking using green screen technology. Production process is Hands-on, kid-driven, collaborative. Instructors are professional filmmakers or film students. Class size limited. Register early for best rate: DigistarsWorkshop.com
Dream BIG Day Camp. 1-3-6-9 weeks of team/individual sports, performing arts, arts/crafts. 6:1 ratios. Carnival, Western, Space, World Cup Soccer Days, rocketry, rock climbing, yoga and waterslides. www.dreambigdaycamp.com
DU P.A.S.S. Camp. 1-week summer camps: soccer, rock climbing, swimming, gymnastics, dance, flag football. Univ. of Denver. 303.871.3908, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.du.edu/ritchiecenter/youthprograms/passcamp
DU Sports Camps. Univ. of Denver camps for boys/girls, variety of ages: basketball, soccer, gymnastics, hockey, tennis, volleyball, lacrosse. Overnight and day camp options. Cost varies, multiple dates. www.denverpioneers.com/camps
Ensemble Theatre Company. Five 1-week musical theatre camps beginners to experienced performers. 6/13-17, 6/20-24, 7/11-15, 7/18-22, 8/1-5. Ages 7-15. Details: ensembletheatrecompanyetc.com or email@example.com.
First Tee of Denver Summer Junior Golf Programs. Instruction for kids all ability levels ages 4 and up. www.thefirstteeofdenver.com
Four Mile Camp on Cherry Creek. Weeklong day camp, history-centered activities, wood-stove cooking, quilt-making, with outdoor exploration of Cherry Creek ecosystems and critters. 6/18-22 and 7/16-20. 9am-3pm. $300/camper, (optional before/after care and half-day sessions available); FMHP member discount. Four Mile Historic Park, 715 S. Forest St. firstname.lastname@example.org or 720.865.0814.
Friends of Horses Day Camp. Camps weekly 6/11 to 8/6, 9am-4pm. 720.252.5387, www.fohrescue.com. 6351 S. Peoria St., Centennial, Colo.
Grand Slam Tennis Camps. Ages 7-14. Run by former Wimbledon singles semi-finalist/doubles finalist. 7/16-7/20 and 7/30-8/3. 9:30am-12:30pm. $240/week. Location: McAuliffe. Register: email@example.com. All abilities. Drills, games, fitness, fun.
Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families. Ages 3-18 and parents. Various dates/Colo. locations thru summer. heritagecamps.org
History Colorado Junior Museum Camp. 6/19-23, 9am-4pm. $250-$280/week. www.historycoloradocenterorg
International School of Denver. Weekly language and sports camps 206 Red Cross Way in Lowry. firstname.lastname@example.org, 303.340.3647, www.isdenver.org
Jewish Community Center. Day camps, sleepaway camps, sports camps and weeklong themed camps. Before/after care for extra fee. www.jccdenver.org, 303.316.6307
Kent Denver School. 85 camps in athletics, fine and performing arts, technology and design, academics. Ages pre-K-12th-grade. 200-acre campus. www.kentdenver.org/summercamps. 4000 E. Quincy Ave., Englewood. 303.770.7660
LYNX National Arts and Media Camps. One and 2-week options at CU Denver for high school students. Hands-on programs taught by faculty/professional guest artists. Session One (6/11-15): Photography, 2D Animation/Illustration, Audio Production/Ableton Live, and Design|Make. Session Two (6/17-29): Music Industry Program. Session Three (7/8-20): Filmmaking and 3D Digital Animation/Motion Graphics. $500-$2,100. Scholarships available. cam.ucdenver.edu/summercamps.
Montessori Children’s House of Denver Summer Camp. Four 2-week sessions: Spectacular Stories- 6/4-6/15, Sensational Scientific- 6/18-6/29, Destination Discoveries- 7/2-7/13, Wild about Wildlife- 7/16-7/27. Gardening, nature, art, cooking/food prep. 303.322.8324, mchdenver.org
Neighborhood Music Stapleton Summer Camps. Act, sing, dance in: Hamilton Inspired Summer Camp, Legally Blonde Jr., Shakespeare, Broadway Showcase, Disney Showcase. Vary from 1-3 weeks, full day 9am-4pm. Cost varies. www.neighborhoodmusicstapleton.com, 720. 378.3668. Register: email@example.com
Park Hill Dance Academy. “Tiny Dancers” 7/9-13, 9:30am-12pm. “Intermediate Dancers” 7/16-27, 9am-2pm. Advanced/pre-pro dancers 7/30-8/11. 2245 Kearny St. www.parkhilldanceacademy.com
Primrose Summer Camps. Summer adventure camps for ages 5–10. Engineering design challenges, discoveries, outdoor exploration and more. Open house, Sat. March 24 from 10am–12pm. Sneak peek week March 26–30. 2501 Syracuse St. 303-322-7200, PrimroseStapleton.com
Quest & Quill with Renaissance Adventures. Ages 9-18, creative writing challenges and live out story in roleplaying. New quest weekly. Eben G. Fine Park in Boulder or Denver Waldorf. renaissanceadventures.com, 303.786.9216.
Renaissance Adventure Camps. Adventure Quest with Renaissance Adventures. Ages 6-18 in small age-appropriate groups as heroes of mythic quest. Award-winning, completely new live-action roleplaying adventures weekly in Boulder, Denver, Castle Pines, Littleton, Longmont, and Lyons. renaissanceadventures.com, 303.786.9216.
Rocky Mountain Theater for Kids. Ages 8-17, 1-, 2-, 3- and 4-week sessions. M-F, 9am-4pm, Yale and Evans. Extended care available. Website for productions: www.theaterforkids.net
School of the Poetic City Summer Camps. Animation Lab (ages 5-15, make cartoons) 6/11-15. Master Animation Class (ages 5-15, advanced) 6/18-22. Urban Art Camp (ages 5-11, visit museums, make art) 6/25-29. $400/session. www.schoolofthepoeticcity.com.
Summer at Sewall. Play-based day camp for ages 4-8. Sessions 6/11-8/3. Sewall Child Development Center, Fillmore Campus, 940 Fillmore St. firstname.lastname@example.org, 303.399.1800, www.sewall.org
S.M.A.R.T. Camps. Teacher-designed fast-pace learning style to excite/motivate kids to set goals, work hard. Sports and fitness, math and coding, art, technology, team building, goal setting and inspirational stories. Grades K-6. Stapleton area. Session 1: 6/4-8; Session 2: 8/6-10. 9am-2pm. $275/session. Smartcamp.weebly.com. Tracy Schoneman: email@example.com
Soccer Academy Camps. Advanced weeklong skills training. Transition to Bladium Kids Camp available. 2400 Central Park Blvd. 303.320.3033, denverSA@bladium.com, bladiumdenver.com/youth-kids/soccer-academy
Speed and Strength Camps. Kids entering 4th-6th grade. Youth entering 7th-10th grade. 6/4-8/3, no camp July 4 week. $149/wk. At Stanley Marketplace. Two half-day options, 9am-1pm or 10am-2pm. 8:1 staff/student ratio. Develop speed, strength, agility with professional coaches. Mighty Movement Academy. 720.822.1822, www.MightyMovementAcademy.com, info@MightyMovementAcademy.com
SPREE Summer Camps. Kids entering 1st-5th grades. 2 metro Denver river locations. 6/4-8/17. $260-$290/wk. The Greenway Foundation. greenwayfoundation.org/summer-camps, 720.306.8000, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stapleton All Sports. Weekly sports camps located in Stapleton, including tennis camps (6/11-6/22) and multi-sport camps (7/9-8/3). www.stapletonallsports.com.
Stapleton All Sports and Northfield Nighthawks Soccer Camp Boys/girls ages 5-10: 9am-12pm, 7/9-7/11. $115. Individual skill work within team concept, as they develop individual technical abilities: 1v1 attacking, cutting and turning of ball, breaking pressure, striking/finishing, small sided games. Northfield Nighthawk Soccer field.
Stapleton Church Summer Camps. Creative Arts Camp: 6/12-6/14, 9am-12pm. Kids K-ending 5th grade. $40/child. Preschool Camp: 6/25-6/29, ages 2½ to 6. $160/child. www.stapletonchurch.com. email@example.com
Stapleton Tennis Summer Camps. Technical instruction, drills, games, match play. Ages 8-14, all levels. Run/supervised by USPTR Certified Tennis Instructor. At McAuliffe International School. Weeklong Mon-Fri, 8:30-11:30am; drop-off starts 8:15am. stapletontennisacademy.com, 303.396.4470
Star Quest with Renaissance Adventures. Ages 10-18 in small groups explore strange new worlds in science fiction live-action roleplaying game utilizing real-world challenges and foam star-saber battles. New adventure weekly. Eben G. Fine Park or Harlow-Platts Park, Boulder. renaissanceadventures.com, 303.786.9216.
Summer at Ricks. Preschool–8th grade. Week long themed and specialty camps 6/6–8/17. 2040 S. York St. 303-871-4830, www.du.edu/ricks
Summer at Stanley. Child-centered full-/half-day programs ages 5-14. $190/week half day and $325/week full day. Arts, sports, science, computer programming, swimming, theater, Hogwarts, fly fishing, academic options. Qualified teaching staff. Safe, fun, creative environment. Also: invitation-only, weeklong, project-based STEAM program for kids grades 3-7. 303.360.0803, www.stanleybps.org
Summer Blast at Denver Jewish Day School. Ages 3-14. 6/11-7/27. Half day and full day one-week specialty camps in sports, arts/crafts, STEM, Lego, dance, etc. 2450 S. Wabash St. (Quebec/Evans). Click “Summer Programs” from www.DenverJDS.org home page or Josh Lake at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer in the Parks and Teen Adventures. Quality licensed child care providers offer comprehensive recreational programming: arts/crafts, active games, sports, aquatics, field trips, special events. Community Recreation: 720.865.0840, www.denvergov.org, email@example.com
Summer Soccer Electric “Camplify” (Soccer + Art + Stem Camp). 6/18-22. McAuliffe International School/Smiley Campus. Mon.-Thurs. 9am-4pm; Fri. 9am-12pm. Grades 2-8, all levels. Grouped by age/ability. Play street soccer/futsal games, learn basic soccer skills with experienced/licensed local coaches in a.m., then lunch and supervised transition to Smiley classrooms in p.m. for innovative, fun, age-appropriate art and STEM activities. Get T-shirt and ball. $375 by 2/14, $425 2/15-3/31, $475 4/1 till full. Sibling discounts, financial assistance/scholarships available. www.soccerelectric.com. Proceeds benefit local nonprofits.
Summer Soccer and a Movie Summer 2018 Camp. 6/11-14, 9am-3pm and 6/15, 9am-12pm at East High School and Sie Film Center. Grades 2-8, grouped by age/ability. Play games, learn basic soccer skills with experienced/licensed soccer coaches at East High in a.m., then lunch and supervised 10-minute walk to Sie Film Center in p.m. for age-appropriate movies. Get T-shirt and ball. $330 by 2/14, $360 by 3/31, $390 after 3/31. Sibling discounts, financial assistance, scholarships available. www.soccerelectric.com. All proceeds benefit local soccer programs.
Swallow Hill Summer Camps. Music camps. Save your spot for just $25. Financial assistance available. 303-777-1003, swallowhillmusic.org
The Craftsman and Apprentice Summer Camps. Creative play, making and doing in small supportive setting in City Park West. Ages 5-11, Variety of themes to choose. 9am-3pm; after-care tinker sessions available 3-5:30pm. www.craftsmanandapprentice.com/collections/summer-camps
The Logan School Summer Camp. Traditional, specialty and adventure camps in Lowry. Costs, times: www.theloganschool.org
The Urban Farm at Stapleton. 10200 Smith Rd. Summer camps include equestrian camps, Storybook Farm (1 day/week) and Urban Agriculture and Ranching Camp. Begin 6/4 and run 8 consecutive weeks. Early bird pricing before 3/1. Schedule: http://theurbanfarm.org/summer-fun-on-the-farm
ÜBERGRIPPEN Summer Camp. Weeklong rock climbing-focused camps. 7 unique exploration-based themes and curriculum offered. All-inclusive camps include 2 snacks and lunch daily. 8:30am-5pm. www.ugclimbing.com/camps. 720.592.0716
University of Colorado Sports Camps. May-Aug. day and overnight camps for all ages. Football, basketball, tennis, golf, ski, volleyball, soccer. Work with CU coaches/athletes, experience campus life. Boulder CU campus. 303.492.7931, cubuffs.com/camps
Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum Summer Camp. Ages 8-12 immersed in aviation/space activities inside WWII-era Air Force hangar with 50+ types of aircraft and space vehicles. 5 themed weeklong camps on: The Red Planet, Wings of All Types, Aviation, Robots and Technology, and Rocket Science 101. Campers learn to troubleshoot challenges tackled by aerospace engineers. www.wingsmuseum.org
Your Soul’s Movement. Themed performing arts camps for ages 3–13+ from 6/4–8/17. 3825 Newport St. 303-284-1553, www.yoursoulsmovement.com
YMCA Camp Santa Maria. Traditional overnight camp near Bailey, Colo. 1-week sessions. www.ymcacampsantamaria.org
YMCA of Metropolitan Denver. Day camps for ages 5-15 at various locations. 720.524.2792, www.denverymca.org
Young Americans Center for Financial Education Day Camps. Weeklong camps include Young AmeriTowne, Girls Can, International Towne, Running Your Own Biz, Jr. $ense and Be Your Own Boss. 303.321.2265, www.yacenter.org/SummerCamps