Summer Camps & Trips

Summer Camps & Trips

1-day Adventure Camp

Ages: 8-12yrs and 13-17yrs (teen)

Dates:
Sat, June 8, 2024
Sat, July 20, 2024

Location: No Barriers Camp (transportation provided)

The Kids at Heart Summer Camps feature outdoor experiences provide by No Barriers at the field camp about 45 minutes north of Fort Collins.

Kids will experience new life skills designed to help foster, kinship and adoptive children overcome obstacles, reach new levels of personal achievement and share in the successes of other.

Enjoy a mountain adventure in our one step away from wilderness camp 45 minutes from Fort Collins. It’s an off-the grid, pristine playground where kids can discover both the natural world and their own innate skills and abilities. It’s a haven for imagination and possibility, a venue for developing friendships. It’s a supportive environment for kids to challenge themselves and expand their comfort zones.

Tentative Schedule:

8:30 AM Kids travel by van from Fort Collins

9:30 AM Camp Orientation and Welcome

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM Morning Activity

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Lunch

1:00 PM to 4:30 PM Afternoon Activity

4:30 to 5:30 PM Return to Parent Pick-up location in Fort Collins

Too young to join our outdoor adventure camp? Sign up for our MINI-CAMP hosted locally!

1-day Mini Camp

Ages: 3-7yrs

Dates:
Sat, June 8, 2024
Sat, July 20, 2024

Time: 12:45-4pm (drop-off at 12:45pm and pick-up at 4pm) 

Location: South Fort Collins/North Loveland

Mini-camp is an opportunity for kids in our younger age groups to spend a few hours doing fun activities and games together, such as:

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Games
  • Outdoor play (weather-permitting)
  • Kids’ movie
  • And more! 
  • Snacks will be provided.

Mini-camp will be hosted in the afternoon alongside the One-Day Adventure Camp, to align pick-up times for families with kids attending both camps.

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Why We Camp…

As Michael Unger, in Psychology Today writes, “…summer camps are places where children get the experiences they need to bolster their range of coping strategies.  There are the simple challenges of learning how to build a fire, going on a hike, or conquering a high ropes course.  There are the much more complex challenges of getting along with a new group of peers, learning how to ask for help from others, or taking manageable amount of risks without a parent following after you.”

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970-529-8222
ethan@kidsatheartco.org

6501 Brittany Street
Fort Collins, CO 80550