Kiowa Conservation District
303-621-2070 ext. 101
Helping People Help The Land in Elbert County Colorado
Camp Rocky is a fun and educational opportunity for youth ages 14 through 19 who are looking for an outdoors adventure. The Kiowa Conservation District offers scholarships to attend this camp. See below for contact information.
Camp Rocky, sponsored by the Colorado Association of Conservation Districts, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Colorado State Forest Service, and other partners, will be held July 4-10 in a mountain setting above Colorado Springs near Divide, CO. The camp provides a great opportunity for those who enjoy the outdoors and are interested in learning more about Colorado's natural resources.
Camp Rocky staff members are professionals in their respective resource fields. They assist participants in learn about their environment while working in teams and meeting other students from across Colorado. Each year, new and returning students choose one of the following resource fields for their area of focus:
Additional activities include volleyball games, hiking, archery, trap shooting, a campfire, the Camp Rocky challenge, and a dance. At the close of camp, students will receive a Camp Rocky certificate of Achievement.
Eligible youth include those who have completed eighth grade by June 2010 through age 19. The cost is $300.00, all inclusive. Limited scholarships for Western Elbert County Colorado youth are available. For more information, registration, or scholarship information, contact the Kiowa Conservation District at 303-621-2070 ext. 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.