Camp Policies & Regulations

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Camp Location Changes:

Camp location may change depending on weather, schedules, number of campers and other variables. Should our location or any other camp detail change, we will communicate it to you 72 hours prior to the camp start day. New locations will still be in public locations, well maintained and easily accessible areas.

Camp Attendance:

We expect parents to notify us of their child’s absence in advance. We do not offer refunds for day-to-day absences. Read cancelation details and extra charges that might apply if you have made payments and your child will no longer be able to attend our camp.

Camp Cancelation:

We reserve the right to cancel a camp during harsh weather changes, emergency situations or if the program has few kids enrolled. In such cases, we will inform parents in good time and will transfer the fees to a future camp or offer a full refund if preferred by a parent. Parents who want to cancel the camp will be subject to a review before a refund is applied. See extra charges and deductions that may be applied below.

Extra Charges:

  • Extended time: the camp starts at 9:00 am and ends promptly at 5:00 pm. Check-in starts at 8.30 a.m and we are flexible up to 5:15 pm. An additional $10 will be charged for every 10 minutes you are late for pick up after 5:15 pm.
  •  Cancelation fees: Sometimes personal needs come up and you might want to cancel your child’s membership before the camp ends. We will charge $25 cancelation fees and in some situations, we will have to deduct expenses such as activity-equipment and food that is ordered on behalf of your child before the cancelation. After these fees are deducted, we will refund the rest of your child’s unused camp payment.
  • Last minute registrations: We will do our best to create space for your child, but we don’t guarantee that we can accommodate them. Kids who join past the registration dates will be charged $25 extra.

Pick Up’s from the Camp:

In the event that you are unable to pick up your child from the camp, please call us or give a note to your child with the full names of the person picking your child. During pick up, we will expect to see an identity card with a picture on it before we can release your child, for their own safety and wellbeing.

Your Child’s Health Needs:

Once you register, please let us know if your child has any specific health needs and/or allergies. It will assist us in making sure your child experiences a great camp without interruptions. This includes situations like your child not feeling well the previous night, the morning before the camp and notifying us of an illness whether communicable & physically evident or not. We will inform you if your child feels sick while at the camp and will expect that you make arrangements for a pickup. We will not be administering medications unless it is accompanied by a doctor’s note and clear instructions.

Foods Eaten at the Camp:

Kids are allowed to bring a snack. However, we do not allow kids sharing their foods for health, illness and allergy purposes. We will be providing food at our camps and will notify you when they require additional charges. If your child is a vegetarian, allergic or cannot tolerate certain foods, be sure to notify us so that we are well aware and where possible, can adapt our menus accordingly.


We offer 3 spots in each of our camps, as an Opportunity to train young mentors. If your child is interested, please let us know and they will be added to our list of interested participants. Out of those participants, we will choose the 3 we believe will excel in any of our camps.

Registration of Younger Kids:

Our camp is designed for teenagers aged 9-17. Sometimes we make adjustments for families who want all their kids to attend the same camp. If your child has a sibling slightly younger than the age limits, contact us to find out if they can be eligible as well.

Photos of Your Kids:

We will take photos at the camp to create unforgettable memories for you and your kids. The photos will be shared with you through a private and protected site. Charges may apply for printing photos that you like. We request your permission in using camp pictures on our site and social media so that other parents can see the impact we are making in our camps. Note: we will not use any of the camp pictures online without gaining your consent first. However, we are not responsible for any peer-to-peer photos that are taken by kids at the camp.

Fights & Disruption at the Camp:

Our team is fully equipped with years of experience in handling kids and teenagers. Sometimes though, there are kids who are stubborn and do not follow simple rules of respect and interaction with others. If your child is involved in continued bullying, harassment, disruption, or is aggressive with others, we will notify you so that we can address the issues arising. If we see no changes, then we have the rights to suspend your child/children from the program.

Loss of Items & Things to Carry:

Please do not allow your child to bring pocket knives, electronic games, money, or anything of value. We are not responsible for the loss of any items like phones or devices your child decides to bring. Your child only needs to bring water and a snack to the camp.


We love to add value to families and need great energy like yours in our programs. That is why we offer Scholarship Opportunities and you are welcome to apply if you are struggling financially. However, we don’t guarantee that your request will be approved and fully reserve the rights to assist you or not in paying your child’s camp fees. Your application does not hinder you from applying to any of our future camps or other scholarship types.

We encourage you to request your family and friends to chip in for your child’s camp in place of other birthday/holiday gifts. Also, getting your kids to earn money for the camp through chores for family, friends, and neighbors is a great way to teach them responsibility.

Get creative, and share the camp details with your family/friends. Those who request for partial assistance are more likely to get accepted than those requesting full scholarships. But don’t hesitate to submit—we want beautiful families and kids with great energy like yours around us this year!

Additional Information:

Since your child will take our Personality Assessments online, and you will gain access to their results plus our online groups: these Privacy Policies and Terms of Service policies will be applicable.

If you have already registered your child for our camp, please make sure you read, understand, and complete this contract form before the start of the camp.


About Us

We NURTURE your kids by teaching leadership, team building, confidence, life skills, and problem-solving all WHILE having fun!

Mailing Address

1001A E Harmony Road #360Fort Collins CO 80525United States of AmericaThis is NOT our physical location, see camp location here


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