Camp Activities and Logistics

Recreational Activities...

It may seem like we have  a lot of fun at camp—and, we do!  It is our belief that if we mix our two-a-day workouts with some trips and fun activities, the week will be very exciting!  There are a variety of recreational activities at the Y facility which we will participate in on several occasions.Creek Soak

Zip LineZip Line  There is one activity that all of the boys thoroughly loved and couldn’t get enough of—the zip line. Under the guidance of a certified instructor, we are able to participate in this exciting activity.

Climbing Wall Yes, there's a climbing wall, too.

High Wire Ropes Course  This is another adrenaline boosting experience!  Climbing 30 to 40 feet up a tree and traversing the trees on a tight wire rope (under the watchful eye of a trained instructor and using safety ropes), the boys literally climbed to new heights!  A must for everyone, but optional, of course.

Archery  The Y has an archery range and we had fun trying to hit the target!  Again, this is with an instructor.

Horseback Riding  As mentioned on the Adventures Link, horseback riding is a possibility.  This is optional but fun for those who might want to try it.  Several hours of riding into the park can be exhilarating!

Climbing WallSwimming  The Y has an indoor pool so we can get out of the heat during the mid-day period.  Often the boys enjoyed playing volleyball in the pool! 

Hiking  We will take several hikes—some short and some a little longer.  Great vistas and, again, breath-taking!

Miniature Golf  On the grounds the Y has their own miniature golf which is fun to play when we have an hour of free time.

Frisby  Of course, no camp would be without its own frisby game! 

Fishing  For those of you who might want to try your hand at fly fishing, there is a seminar on fly-tying and we can venture into the mountain streams to try our hand at fishing.  Again, this might be a possibility for  a small group.

Movies  In Estes Park, just four or five miles away we can take in a movie, if time permits!

Evening Wildlife Watching  We may drive back into the park around dinner time to watch the big horn sheep wander across Sheep Meadow Park!  Hopefully we will see more than dozens of deer!