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Day Camps

- Boulder JCC Preschool Day Camp

3800 Kalmia Ave., Boulder

303-448-9939 susie@boulderjcc.org www.boulderjcc.org

Summer camp at the JCC preschool is an enriching and playful experience for children ages 18 months to 5 years old (entering kindergarten). They offer four two-week sessions and a oneweek bonus camp beginning June 4 running through Aug. 3. Children will explore and engage in their natural world through sand, water and gardening.

- Boulder JCC Summer Specialty Camps

3800 Kalmia Ave., Boulder

303-998-1900 www.boulderjcc.org

Week-long specialty camps for ages 4-14. Camps include Lego Camps, Growing Gardens Gardening Camp, Science Matters, Boulder Indoor Soccer, School of Rock, Kidz Art and many more.

- High Peak Camp

Estes Park

970-586-3311 www.highpeakcamp.info

Camps for children ages 7-16. Activities include hiking, arts and crafts, fishing, paddle boats, discovery center and Bible study in Rocky Mountain National Park.

- JCC Ranch Camp

Elbert

303-316-6384 www.ranchcamp.org

At JCC Ranch Camp you can spend your summer horseback riding, hiking, swimming, rock climbing, mountain biking, and having fun in a Western, Jewish setting. It is a place where life-long friendships are born, Jewish identities are discovered and nourished, and children are challenged to grow in mind, body and spirit. Ranch camp has nearly 60 years of residential camping tradition and is open to children entering grades 2-11. Sessions begin June 10.

- Keitanat Har HaShem

Congregation Har HaShem, Boulder

303-499-7077, ext.14 www.harhashemschool.org

Keitanat Har HaShem is Boulder's only Jewish day camp for kids entering first through fifth grades. Activities include swimming and water play, sports, storytelling, art, field trips and Judaics. Every week includes time with the rabbis, challah baking and a mitzvah project. Six one-week sessions run from June 4 through July 13. Open to the community.

- Mizel Museum’s Camp M! Summer Enrichment Programs

303-394-9993, ext. 3 www.mizelmuseum.org

Mizel Museum offers camps on assorted themes throughout the summer. Check the website for details and dates.

Faith-Based Camps Overnight Camps

- Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center

P.O. Box 66, Allenspark

303-747-2888 www.highlandscamp.org

For more than 65 years, Highlands has provided thousands of children, youth and adults the opportunity to come away to a gorgeous mountain setting for recreation, reflection and renewal. Our summer programs are enhanced by participants being able to explore the natural beauty of the creation that surrounds us. We challenge participants to grow in community, environmental well-being and Christian faith. Highlands continues to make a renewed commitment to offering fun, quality programs, in a safe environment, for all of God's people. In the spirit of Christian camping and hospitality, we invite you to join the adventure of summer 2012.

- JCC Ranch Camp

Elbert

303-316-6384 www.ranchcamp.org

At JCC Ranch Camp you can spend your summer horseback riding, hiking, swimming, rock climbing, mountain biking and having fun in a Western, Jewish setting. Ranch Camp is open to kids entering grades 2-11. Summer sessions begin June 10; seven-, 12-, 14-, 19-, and 28-day sessions are available.

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