Summer Camps with Catamount Institute
Go outside and explore!
Catamount Institute camps are designed with your child in mind. Not only will they have an outdoor adventure they will be learning about science throughout the camps.
Thank you for a great 2021 Camp Season
2022 Coming soon!
Thank you for your interest in Catamount Institute summer camps! We had an incredible 2021 season. Over 175 campers, 10 camps, over 8 weeks. We will open registration for 2022 in Mid December. If you would like to know as soon as registration opens please contact us and we will let you know as soon as registration opens!
2021 Summer Camps & COVID-19
Here are some of the ways we will create a safe camp environment:
Mask update 2021- Based on guidance from the CDC and State of Colorado we will not require children to wear masks outdoors as the risk of transmission is low in outdoor settings. We will have campers wear masks if we need to move indoors for any reason, however this is only in case of an emergency like lightning in the area. Campers can wear masks if they feel comfortable and we will provide masks if needed.
All of the Catamount Institute staff and summer staff are fully vaccinated however some may still choose to wear a mask this summer.
- Some of the additional steps we are taking to mitigate the possibility of transmission of diseases.
High touch areas will be disinfected daily with a CDC approved cleaner.
- Campers will use hand sanitizer frequently and wash hands at our eight-child handwashing station.
- Camp activities will encourage physical distancing to the best of our ability.
- Masks will be worn if we have to move indoors for an emergency (lightning)
- Staff and campers will be screened daily for symptoms.
- All staff is vaccinated
If your child has been in contact with someone who has been experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, we ask you not to send them to camp. We will provide refunds (minus a $35 processing fee) if your child is showing symptoms or has been in contact with someone with symptoms. Please use this symptom tracker for more information.
Please note: Coronavirus, COVID-19, is an extremely contagious virus that spreads easily through person-to-person contact. Federal and state authorities recommend social distancing as a means to prevent the spread of the virus. COVID-19 can lead to severe illness, personal injury, permanent disability, and death. Participating in Catamount Institute programs or accessing Catamount Institute facilities could increase the risk of contracting COVID-19. Catamount Institute in no way warrants that COVID-19 infection will not occur through participation in Catamount Institute programs or accessing Catamount Institute facilities.
We understand that the above statement is scary. Please know we are closely working with local health officials, county and state, to provide a safe and healthy environment for the campers. If you want to remove your child from camp, we understand this hard decision. Please fill out this form: camp canceling and refund request. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 719-471-0910.
Find the perfect camp for your kid
Choose the age of your child above to see what camps your child is eligible for. Click on any item to learn more about that camp. Camp ages are based on the age campers will be August 4, 2020, not at the time of registration. If your child is outside the age range for a camp please don’t hesitate to call us.
Elija la edad de su hijo arriba para ver a qué campamentos es elegible su hijo. Haga clic en cualquier elemento para obtener más información sobre ese campamento. Las edades de los campamentos se basan en la edad que tendrán los campistas el 4 de agosto de 2020, no en el momento de la inscripción. Si su hijo está fuera del rango de edad para un campamento, no dude en llamarnos.
Catamount Institute strives to provide high-quality, inclusive programming. We are thankful to our camp sponsors and donors who generously donate funds to our scholarship program. Scholarship applications will be reviewed and awarded to applicants with a demonstrated need on a first-come, first served basis.