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Camp Colorado is located about 40 minutes southwest of Denver, in the beautiful Pike National Forest in the Rocky Mountains at an elevation of about 7,500 feet. The property is heavily wooded, steep and secluded. It has been built and designed as a youth camp with men’s and women’s dorms separated by a dining hall and recreation building.

Each year the Church of the Brethren (Western Plains District) holds four week-long camps staffed by volunteers throughout June. Learn more about the Church of the Brethren denomination here. The camp can be rented by non-profit groups for the remainder of the summer season. Each week is set aside for one of the following age groups: Pre-Junior, Junior, Junior High and Senior High campers.

Camp activities include hiking (on 85 forested acres), frisbee golf, volleyball, softball, tether ball, four square, horseshoes,  shuffleboard, foosball, ping
pong, basketball, small group and large group bible study, crafts, campfire and talent night. Youth interested in attending one of Camp Colorado’s Church of the Brethren camps in June should visit this page.

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