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LA VETA, CO

HIGH SCHOOL

WILDERNESS CAMP

HIGH SCHOOL
WILDERNESS CAMP

$125 for a weekend

JUNE 8th-11th, 2023

At the property in La Veta, we offer an amazing wilderness camp experience! 

The accommodations include delicious food cooked outdoors, tents, and awesome activities such as archery tag, hiking, rappelling, Frisbee Golf, stargazing and more.

Come join us for a weekend full of laughter, learning, and living it up!

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3 Days + 4 Nights in God's Creation!

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Archery Tag / Hiking / Rappelling / and Much More!

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Time Spent with New (and Old) Friends!

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A chance to spend time with God, and to learn more about His Word.

Welcome to our new 

Online Registration process!

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ARCHERY
TAG

Play a round of high-stakes Archery Tag with us. Just make sure you remember to duck!

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CHECK BACK SOON!

Rules for acceptance are the same for everyone without regard to

race, color, gender, nationality, religion, or disability. 

 

Please note: All our staff are volunteers. They are not necessarily trained to deal with campers who have mental, physical, or emotional difficulties. In order to best serve our campers and staff, we are implementing a new procedure to ensure that campers with unique needs have the  support they need to thrive at camp!

 

We ask that any families sending campers who need one-on-one attention to function well at camp, would be prepared to send an Adult Supporter with them so that their needs are not neglected.

 

This specific Adult would need to apply as a volunteer staff and will function either  within the  cabin as a Support Counselor or will be able to serve in a Base Staff Position with the clarification that they would be specifically responsible for the camper they are supporting.

 

Counselors could have up to five campers in their charge and if a child requires constant, special attention, it can cause unintended neglect for those special needs, or the needs of the others. We do everything in our power to ensure that campers with these special needs are not singled out, treated with a different level of care, or put in difficult situations, but in order for them to thrive at Upon The Rock, we’ve realized that different measures need to be taken for some.

 

If a campers’ special needs are not severe enough to need one-to-one care, but are still evident, we ask that you contact Mark or Kim Brunner, Co-Directors of Upon The Rock Christian Camp, to make us aware of any situations we may need to be aware of to provide for campers in the best way possible.

 

It is our desire to deal with each camper appropriately. Our goal is to foster a sense of love, security, and community within our camp family, and we strive to create an environment that promotes that for each of our campers so that they can focus on learning more about the Lord while having a great camp experience!

 

Please contact us with questions or concerns.

For the safety and well-being of our campers we do reserve the right to refuse admission to our programs,

in appropriate cases; per the General Rules for Child Care Facilities 7.701.14 and 7.702.61c. 

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Upon The Rock's
REGISTRATION POLICY

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