EXPERIENCE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE, STAPLETON STYLE.

Denver Colorado Stapleton Summer Camps

Experience outdoor adventure, Stapleton style. Our Stapleton summer day camps in Colorado take pre-K – 7th graders of all ability levels out to a range of stunning settings—in both the community’s gorgeous parks and nearby open spaces—introducing them to exciting outdoor adventures in local spots they can return to again and again.

Camp Location: Westerly Creek Elementary School, 8800 E 28th Ave Denver, CO 80238

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SESSION LOCATION DATE GRADE STATUS REGISTRATION LINK

Learn to Bike! Camp - Stapleton

Grades: Pre-K - 1st

This half-day camp teaches kids ages 3 1/2 to six how to scoot, coast, and ultimately pedal!

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Explorer Camp - Stapleton

Grades: K - 1st

Kids start exploring local recreation spots while building confidence in different adventure sports daily--biking, hiking, canoeing and kayaking.

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Adventure Camp - Stapleton

Grades: 2nd - 7th

Grouped by grade range, 2nd-7th graders travel to local recreation spots to develop skills in mountain biking, hiking, stand up paddleboarding, canoeing and kayaking.

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Intro to Skateboarding Camp - Stapleton

Grades: 2nd - 7th

Grouped together by grade range, kids learn beginning skills and tricks to get comfortable skateboarding.

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Mountain Biking Camp - Stapleton

Grades: 2nd - 7th

Grouped by grade range, 2nd-7th graders travel to local recreation spots to develop skills in mountain biking, such as learning how to ascend and descend, proper fit of biking gear, commands, and trail etiquette.

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Survival Skills Camp - Stapleton

Grades: 2nd - 7th

Grouped by grade range, kids learn essential skills for thriving outdoors including navigation, animal tracking, tool and shelter building, plant identification, and paddling.

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Skateboarding Camp - Stapleton

Grades: 3rd - 7th

Grouped by grade range, campers will learn a variety of skateboard skills as they learn to navigate a variety of features at local skateparks. Campers should feel comfortable riding on a skateboard.

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testimonials

"Lulu had such a great time. She wanted to show us all of her stand-up paddleboarding skills so we went camping at Granby Lake the next week and borrowed a couple paddleboards from the neighbor. She couldn't wait and she taught the whole family how to paddleboard! It was great fun and it was great to see her confidence from what she had learned. And, Cruz keeps asking for a kayak. So, overall definitely worth the time and money for them to love new outdoor adventures. Next year they are going to overnight camp!"
Nicole
Stapleton