Kayaking Level II Camp: Moving Water

Denver Washington Park – Kayaking Level II

Our Kayaking Level II Day Camp teaches campers intermediate kayaking skills with a special focus on moving water.  The first day will be on flat water to practice and review wet exits and rolls.  Days 2-5 will be on moving water where campers will enjoy paddling independently and working as a team to hone kayaking skills. Under the guidance of our able instructors, campers will navigate some of the most spectacular lakes and waterways in Colorado’s Front Range.

Kayaking Camp Level II Prerequisites:

  • I have completed Avid4 Adventure’s Kayaking Single-Sport Camp.
  • I can paddle a kayak forward, backward, and in circles.
  • I know how to swim and would be comfortable “swimming” a section of rapids.
  • I can flip my kayak and perform a wet exit.
  • I can stop my kayak in a safe and appropriate manner.
  • I can turn my kayak to the left and right using appropriate strokes.

Although they’ll be wearing personal flotation devices (PFDs) at all times, campers should be competent swimmers and feel comfortable momentarily submerged below water. If you have any questions about whether Kayaking Level II Day Camp is right for your child, please give us a call at 800-977-9873.

Camp Details


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9:00am - 3:00pm
Extended Care: 8:00am - 5:30pm

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Camp Price $459
Ext Care AM/PM $25/$75
Lunch $22.50

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Flat Water


Places We Go: Chatfield State Park

Campers spend their first day on flatwater refreshing their skills by practicing wet exists and rolls. 

Places We Go: South Platte, Clear Creek, Boulder Creek

During the rest of the week, campers will leave flat-water behind to build upon their knowledge and skills in moving water, practicing their technique in local rivers. Please note that our kayaking locations will depend on water levels and group ability.


While no outdoor adventure is totally risk-free, we work hard to keep your kids safe. Every activity starts with a discussion about the risks involved -- what they are, how to prevent them, how to respond if something goes wrong -- so kids learn how to approach challenges with intelligence and skill.