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The Camp Colorado Board, former directors, counselors, nurses, cooks, and campers are mourning the loss of Hazel Guyer, 94, of Quincy Village, Pennsylvania. Hazel passed away, September 9, 2014. She was born April 19, 2014 in New Windsor, Maryland. Her … Continue reading
New camp store items are in the store to purchase.
First week of camp starts on Sunday June 1st with Sr. High kicking it off! It is going to be a great week. Registration for all camps in June begin at 2:00 and end at 4:00. If you need to … Continue reading
If you are looking for a great place to rent then you have come to the right place. Camp Colorado is located about 40 minutes southwest of Denver, in the beautiful Pike National Forest in the Rocky Mountains at an … Continue reading
The Outdoor Ministries Team of the Western Plains District is hosting a Camp Leadership Training Day When: Saturday, April 26, 2014 Time: 9am-5pm Where: McPherson Church of the Brethren Social Hall (downstairs) Feature Presentation: “Special Needs Campers” will be led … Continue reading
Work Camp Weekend is rapidly approaching for Camp Colorado! We’ll be gathering on Friday, May 23th and working through Monday, the 26th. We provide the meals and the tools. You provide the big heart for the camp and a willing … Continue reading
Camp is almost here! Registrations are available under Camper Forms. Incentives are also available! Click this link to check out those incentives!! Registration Fees & Incentives We look forward to seeing everyone for an fun filled camping season!
Camp is the ideal setting for kids to connect with nature, friends, and God. Fun outdoor activities keep campers engaged. Dedicated leaders encourage campers and guide them in forming relationships with friends old and new. Opportunities for worship and service … Continue reading
The Camp Colorado Board, former directors, counselors, nurses, cooks, and campers are mourning the loss of our beloved co-manager, Darrel Jones. Darrel and his wife of 40 years, Rosi, have served tirelessly as the summer managers of the camp for … Continue reading