All dates are for 2022. Sessions are from Sunday Afternoon to Saturday Morning.
Let The Adventure Begin!
Nestled in the middle of the Black Forest, Camp Cris Dobbins offers sweeping views of Pikes Peak and the front range of the Rocky Mountains. Scouts will have a hard time choosing between the more than 50 merit badges offered here, and will love spending time on the water slides at the outdoor pool, dusting a clay at the Olympic shotgun range, channeling their inner movie star in our Movie Making program, or pretending to be Indiana Jones at our STEM lodge archaeology dig site. The convenience of meals from our dining hall and sleeping on raised wooden platforms in canvas wall tents will allow Scouts to focus on the only thing that matters: their next outdoor adventure!
Are you ready for your 2022 Colorado Adventure?
$450……….Per Youth (-18 yrs old)
$250……….Per Adult (+18 yrs old)
– TRAILS Background Check Rebate –
Any Adult that successfully completes the Colorado TRAILS background & fingerprint check will receive a $75 rebate. Rebate will be applied to the Unit’s total registration upon proof of completion.
The payment schedule is based on the Total Registration of the Unit. To reserve your Unit’s Campsite – a $250 Unit Deposit is required. Payments should be made through the registration website or coordinated through the Camping Department.
The Denver Area Council will refund 100% of paid camp fees if the camp cannot operate due to local, state, or federal policies. Individual camper fees may also be refunded if their immediate family is affected by COVID-19 and are unable to participate in the camp program. Documentation must be provided.
The $250 Unit Deposit is non-refundable after March 1st.
All cancellations are based on a per person basis & are subject to the following guidelines:
Any cancellation made after 20-day before scheduled attendance of camp will not receive a refund unless documentation is provided by a medical doctor, or there has been a death in the family. All cancellations will be charged a processing fee of 5% of your total refund.
Only Scoutmaster’s and camp contact may request refunds. All refunds will be paid to the person who paid made the payment. Adding and/or removing individuals will follow the same refund policy. All refund requests should be submitted in writing to email@example.com. All refunds are subject to Camp Director approval.
CampDoc is our Camp’s medical documentation system which allows us to manage information for each person attending camp. Each person attending camp will be given a login to CampDoc to fill out and upload their medical forms and information. No paper medical forms will be accepted.
COVID-19 Health Screening: Prior to camp, all participants will be required to monitor symptoms and take a body temperature daily. This will be tracked through CampDoc. If for some reason it cannot be tracked online or days were missed online, a paper form is available here.
Camp Previews are for Unit Leaders to learn about what to expect in 2022 for Summer Camp Programs. This will be a general overview of the programs to expect & changes that will be implemented from the 2021 season.
Time: 3:00pm – 4:30pm
Location: Hamilton Scout Headquarters (Conference Rooms)
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To file a complaint about this facility (License 47810) in regards to Child Care Licensing Regulations, please contact the Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Early Childhood at 800-799-5876 or email@example.com