Summer Camp


Welcome to Carbon Valley Camp 

May 25 - August 14, 2020

Engaging, fun and safe, our state licensed summer camp is going to be a blast! Carbon Valley Camp (CVC) offers an inclusive environment where all children are encouraged to participate. Each child has the opportunity to experience a variety of recreational, social, creative and enriching activities at a cost affordable to families. Daily activities may include field trips, sports, arts and crafts, swimming, and much more! We can’t wait for you to join us in 2020.

Registration Information

CVC recommends paying with a credit card to help ensure on-time and complete payment. Camper forms are to be filled out online through our new digital forms service “The ePACT Network”. Your child’s specific forms will be sent to you via email. Please update your email address at time of registration as all required camper forms will be sent to the email address on file. 

  • District Residents
    • Registration opens at 7 am on Friday, February 7
    • Week 1: $177 (4 Day Week)
    • Weeks 2-12: $221 per week
  • Non-District Residents
    • Registration opens at 7 am on Friday, February 21
    • Week 1: $221 (4 Day Week)
    • Weeks 2-12: $276 per week

Please see the documents below for our frequently asked questions, weekly themes, Parent Manual 2020, and an example of a week of activities from our 2019 camp session.

To ensure participant safety, we are using the ePACTNetwork to securely collect all participant health information and emergency contact details electronically. This will allow us to provide the best support to campers and communicate with parents/guardians in the event of an unexpected situation. Click here for a short video about ePACT: 

Please feel free to reach out to Youth Programs Coordinator, Bryce Simonds, with questions:
Phone: 303-833-3660 x 103

3 kids with pirate hats on sitting on picnic table.
Summer camp kids looking at a fire truck with a fireman talking.
CVC Staff 2019
Four kids sitting in front of a lake with the sun and mountains behind them.