Alpine Arts summer camps include a dynamic lineup of themed art sessions from May through August. These kids’ camps give children ages three to six and seven to 12 a chance to explore all art mediums including painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture and crafts, all based on the weekly theme. Now also offerinf camps for Tweens and Teens over the summer.
In addition to our regular schedule of classes, events, and drop-in activities, Alpine Arts Center works with schools, organizations, families, and businesses in the Vail Valley to provide specialized programs that fit their specific needs. If you have a particular program in mind that you would like to see launched at Alpine Arts Center, please contact us and we will work together to take the idea from a thought to fruition. Here are some examples of the programs we offer throughout the valley.
Avon Recreation Department will be hosting a thrilling, fun-filled Day Camp for children ages five to eleven. As is tradition, Avon Rec Camps offer fantastic field trips on Tuesday and Thursday each week!
The Beaver Creek Kids’ Day Camp is a licensed day camp for children ages 5 to 13. Open Monday-Friday (Closed July 4th), from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., the magic will begin for your children with age-appropriate activities like horseback riding and arts & crafts. It will be a summer they won’t forget!
Located in the Beaver Creek Children’s Ski School (upper level).
Camp Cordillera, also known as Cordy’s Camp is a summer day camp from June 1, to August 19, Monday – Friday, for children ages 5 to 12. The Cordillera Trailhead family Facility turns into the ‘Children’s Clubhouse’, complete with an outdoor pool, water slide, playground, and teepees in the woods. The staff at Cordy’s Camp focuses on offering each child the opportunity to experience Colorado and the great outdoors at their peak. Children are able to choose what activities they will participate in each day, whether it’s sports and games on the lawn or arts and crafts in the Great Room of the Trailhead. Special instruction in tennis, golf and swimming is offered at an additional cost each week.
Camp Invention is the only nationally recognized, non-profit elementary enrichment program backed by the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Over the past 40 years, and in partnership with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Camp Invention programs have encouraged nearly two million children, teachers, parents, college students and independent inventors to explore science, technology and their own innate creativity, inventiveness and entrepreneurial spirit.
E·ƒ(ec)’s Summer School of Rock Day Camp is directed by Grammy nominated music educator, Jake Wolf. Each day the campers will participate in three hours of musical instruction. Kids will also enjoy yoga, mindful meditation, hula hoops, and art. Each camper will receive their own ukulele and a T-shirt. Scholarships available. Visit the E•ƒ(ec) link below to access the registration forms.
June 20-24, 2016 Eagle Lake is coming to The Vail Church (Vail, CO) for five full days of contagious fun, partnering to bring life-on-life ministry through counselor relationships in the midst of an exciting camp experience. Inflatables, rock climbing, gaga ball and other high-energy activities are only the beginning.
Par Level: A less intensive and fun based introduction to golf through physical activities, golf instruction and progressive on-course activities to include SNAG Golf, FootGolf and regular golf. This is the best option for younger golfers or those who are newer to the game and want to learn with friends. Many juniors enjoy repeating the Par Level class and we do not recommend registering for Birdie unless the juniors or parents feel that they are personally motivated and ready for a more golf specific, intensive and individualized golf experience.
Birdie Level: Juniors must have conceptual understanding and golf skills that allow for more specific skill instruction, individual motivation and the ability to carry their clubs and manage themselves for 9-holes. They will be supervised on the course but in more of a coaching atmosphere than at the Par level.
The First Tee Life Skills and Nine Core Values: The First Tee of Eagle County programs incorporate The First Tee Life Skills ExperienceTM, so all participants learn valuable lessons including maintaining a positive attitude, considering consequences before making decisions demonstrating sportsmanship win or lose, setting goals, and applying The First Tee Nine Core ValuesTM (e.g. responsibility, honesty, integrity, respect, confidence) not only to golf but to everyday life.
The scoop. Fossil Posse Prehistoric Journeys works to instill an appreciation of the natural sciences, specifically paleontology, as well as the environment as a whole by providing fun, interactive, educational-based adventure for children and families in the Dinosaur Junction area of Vail, Colorado. Activities include a real dinosaur fossil show & tell, cast making of real dinosaur bones & footprints, digging in a simulated quarry for Tyrannosaurs, Dromaeosaurs, Allosaurus, and more, and having tons of fun around a life-like, museum field dig dinosaur camp.
H&M Spanish Immersion camp was founded in 2002 to help bridge cultural and language not only in our community but in the world we live in. Their goal is to make language learning fun and enjoyable by providing fun, interactive learning environments for students of all ages in the Vail Valley using different teaching techniques such as storytelling, communicative activities, role-playing, acting, and we incorporate new technologies such as movie making. By immersing our students into language and culture we create an environment filled with activities and excitement. H&M Spanish Programs is a fantastic resource for anyone wanting to enhance their Spanish language skills.
Homestead Clubhouse Summer Camp is an action packed summer program for children entering kindergarten through fifth grades. Participants will enjoy a wide variety of daily activities that include: yoga, arts and crafts, show and tell, parks, hikes, special events, leadership development, positive social interaction, sports, teamwork games, and so much more! Homestead Clubhouse is limited to 30 campers per day, so don’t miss out on this great experience! Included in the cost are a morning and afternoon snack, and art supplies. Ages 5-12.
Nurturing with Nature is a child directed curriculum that uses the natural environment as our classroom, and fosters a love and respect for learning and nature.
Cliff Drysdale Sports Camp at Arrowhead Colorado Camp include tennis, golf, outdoor exploration, water games, hiking, arts & crafts, swimming and more.
Vail Mountain Bike Camps are three day camps are for kids ages 7-13. Riders of all abilities will learn the basics of mountain biking, racing, safety, and bike maintenance. Day one and two consist of practicing skills on the grass, followed by a coached ride. Day three consists of practicing a skills course in groups.
Youth summer day camps with Vail Rec District feature hands-on learning about the natural environment, adventure-packed days including rafting and caving, arts and crafts, plus golf, gymnastics, ice skating and more. Sports Camps provide children with an opportunity to develop new skills and refine existing talents in baseball, basketball, sports training, lacrosse, golf, gymnastics, ice hockey, tennis, soccer and more.
The Vail Soccer Club offers a variety of camps and training sessions which will vary each year. Please visit their site at http://www.vailsoccer.com/page/show/801442-camps-training for details.
Walking Mountain summer science camps allow children to experience the wild places of the Eagle Valley while nurturing their connection to the natural world through daily exploration of local trails. Campers investigate principles of ecology and develop an understanding of scientific concepts through fun, adventure, experiments, and exploration. Sessions are age-appropriate and taught by qualified natural science educators that make learning safe and fun. Single-day, multi-day, and overnight summer camps for kids entering first through twelfth grades are sure to spark their sense of adventure!
NEW in 2017: Extended Care Hours!
We will be offering early drop-off (7:30 – 8:30 am) and late pick-up (4:30 – 5:30 pm) for all Avon based day camps for an additional fee ($5 per morning or afternoon extended care). Normal drop-off (8:30-9:00 am) and pick-up (4:00-4:30 pm) hours are still available at no extra cost. Scholarships are available for camp and extended care!
WECMRD—it just means fun, is more than a slogan it’s our promise to you and your family. We work hard each day to create and present the best facilities, programs, sports and activities for our residents. A large variety of summer camps are available throughout the summer, from individual sports camps to Rec Kids camps.