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Fun In The Summer Sun 2019: Summer Camp Guide

Guide to Park Hill and Nearby Summer Camps

Art Garage | 6100 E 23rd Ave. 

Art Students League of Denver | 200 Grant St.

Aurora Cultural Arts Theatre | Various Locations

Bikes Together Bike Camp I 2825 Fairfax St

A two- week camp designed around all things bicycles, Bike Camp teaches your child to be a safe and responsible bike rider in an environment built on communication and teamwork. For more info and to sign up: bikecamp.bikestogetherorg; contact

Bladium Kids Camps I 2400 Central Park Blvd

Campers experience a variety of games, activities, and guest entertainers like magicians and animal educators. Camps run throughout the Summer and activities include Dodgeball, Soccer, Flag Football, Capture the Flag, Camp Games, Line Tag, and Inflatable Fun Zone among many others. Ages 4-14. 4-year-olds must turn age 5 by 10/15/2019. For more info and to sign up contact, 303-320-3033 or visit

Bluff Lake I 3400 Havana Way 

At our weekly outdoor camps, kids ages 6-13 enjoy nature exploration, creek play, hands-on science activities, animal encounters, games, and crafts! Junior Counselors (ages 12-15) experience all the fun of camp, while gaining valuable leadership experience. Small group sizes and family feel let every camper be curious, active, and appreciated! Contact 303-587-1437

Butterfly Pavilion | Westminster

Ceramics in the City I 5214 E. Colfax 

Cheyenne Fencing and Pentathlon | 5818 E. Colfax

City of Aurora Summer Camps I Various locations

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance I 119 Park Ave West

Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club | Various locations

Colorado School of Strings | 3112 Trenton St. 

Commerce City Parks, Recreation & Golf I Commerce City

Leap into summer with Commerce City Recreation! Full-day camps with swimming and field trips each week. Arts and crafts, games, team-building! State-licensed and low child to staff ratios. Registration opens 2/20. Cost: $130/week resident; $155/week non-residents. Ages: 6-10 and 11-15; 6060 E. Parkway Dr., Commerce City, 80022; 303-289-3789,

CorePower Yoga I 7485 E. 29th Place

Creative Learning Preschool | 7505 E. 35th Ave.

Dance Institute Summer Camp | 4601 Quebec St.

DAVA Summer ART Program | Downtown Aurora

Denver Botanic Gardens Camps I 1007 York St.

Denver Dumb Friends League Camps | Denver 

Denver Museum of Nature and Science | 2001 Colorado Blvd.

Denver Parks and Rec  | Various Locations

Denver School of the Arts | Montview and Quebec

Denver Zoo I 2300 Steele St

When school is out, Safari Camps are in! Denver Zoo Safari Camps connect kids with animals through exploration, up-close animal experiences, engineering challenges, nature play, and more! Summer Safari for pre-K through 8th grade camps runs June 3 – Aug. 9. Register now.

Four Mile Historic Park Camps I 715 S. Forest St.

Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families I Various locations

Nine unique summer camps for fami¬lies who have adopted internationally and domestically. The camps provide cultural activities and a supportive environment for adoptees of all ages (3 years and above)  and their families. Camps are held in different locations in Colorado on various dates throughout summer. To register, 303-320-4234 or

International School of Denver I Lowry 

Every week at ISDenver, your child will explore the world while moving their body, expanding their mind, developing new skills, and forming new friendships. From language immersion (Spanish, French, or Chinese) to STEM to athletics, our camps have something for every camper. Visit for more information or contact

Jewish Community Center I 350 S. Dahlia St.

Johnson & Wales I Montview & Quebec

Kathy’s Kamp Summer Enrichment Camp I Northeast Denver

LYNX Camp I University of Colorado Denver Campus

The LYNX National Arts and Media Camps are summer immersion programs for high school students interested in music, filmmaking & visual arts. Contact, 303-315-7468 or visit 

Montessori Children’s House of Denver I Mayfair, Park Hill, Stapleton locations

Our 2 week sessions include 4 fun themes:  Diggin’ Dinos, June 3 – June 14; Earth Day Everyday, June 17- June 28; Camping and the Great Outdoors, July 1- July 12; Water, Water Everywhere, July 15 – July 26. For more information, contact or visit

Musical and Theater Summer Camps | Stapleton

School of the Poetic City I 2015 Glenarm

Urban Art Camp, June 10–14: visit downtown art all morning, make art all afternoon;

Animation Lab, June 17–21: make cartoons with stop action, cel, rotoscope;

Animation Master Class, June 24–28: take your skills to the next level


Sewall Child Development Center I Various locations 

Sewall preschool and school-age (ages 2.5-8) camps take kids outside to explore a garden, discover basic science, play in parks, enjoy water play, build things, enjoy music and movement, and read… just a few summer adventures we offer to learn & grow.  Updates at

Soccer Electric | City Park 

Stanley British Primary School I Lowry

Summer at Stanley is a child-centered, experiential day camp program for kids ages 5-14. In seven sessions, full or half days June-July, campers participate in activities where they can explore, create, discover and problem solve. Let your child uncover anything from art, adventures and archery to Hogwarts, MythBusters and STEM., 303-360-0803

Stapleton Tennis Academy | McAuliffe International School

Spree Summer Camps | Denver

Summer in the Parks and Summer Day Camps | City of Denver

The Hills Church | Park Hill

Urban Farm at Stapleton I 10200 Smith Road

Ages 5-18: We offer 2 types of camps, Full Day Urban Ag and Ranch camp geared toward Young Farmers, ages 6-12 and Youth Farmer Leaders, ages 13-15, as well as Half and Full Day Equine options for 8-18 yo. Register at or call 303-307-9332 for more info. 

Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum | Lowry

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