Unfortunately, we do not offer single day/week refunds for camps. However, we have adjusted our prices to reflect that campers may miss a few days due to illness, emergencies, and preplanned family vacations.
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Erie residents may register for Camp on Monday, February 28 at 7a.m. - Non-residents may register for Camp on Monday, March 7 at 7 a.m.
You can register online or in person at Guest Service at the Erie Community Center. Please note that over the phone registrations will not be accepted. - Be sure to set up your new Amilia account if you haven’t already. You can do so online here or with any one of our Guest Service representatives over the phone or in person at the Erie Community Center (450n Powers Street).
Camp Erie will run Monday through Friday from 7 a.m.-6 p.m.. The first day of Camp is Tuesday, May 31 and will end on Friday, August 5.
For Erie residents the total cost for Camp will be $1750/camper; non-residents Camp will cost $2187.50/camper. Payment plans will be available for parents upon request at Guest Services. A $50 non-refundable deposit will be due at time of registration. The deposit helps fund weekly games/activities, assemblies, and your child’s camp shirt.
A $50 non-refundable deposit will be due at time of registration. From there, you can choose to pay the remaining balance upfront or enroll in a payment plan. The remaining balance of $1700 will be withdrawn from a credit card we have on file on the following 10 dates: May 27, June 3, June 10, June 17, June 24, July 1, July 8, July 15, July 22, and July 29.
Yes, local field trips and/or assemblies will be offered most weeks this summer.
Yes, we are planning on doing swim times throughout the week for our campers. Detailed swim time information will be available at our Parent Meeting scheduled on May 5. Please note that this could change at any point during the summer, so please visit our Camp Erie website for the most up-to-date news and information.
Camp has been working diligently with Weld and Boulder County Health Departments, the Colorado Department of Public Health, and the state of Colorado Department of Childcare to ensure a healthy and safe atmosphere for your camper.
Camp Erie is committed to following the most current and up-to-date information released by the CDC and CDPHE. With the dynamic nature of this pandemic and virus, this information is subject to change and will be updated as soon as possible. Please be patient with us as we get updates at the same time you do!
Camp Erie has reached capacity (per state licensing requirements) each of the past six summers and we have not been able to provide for all families in need of full and part-time care. We made the difficult decision to only offer full-summer registration based on feedback received and the belief that it provides for the greatest need of full-time care. We also believe this creates the best camp experience for each child as they get to know each other and their counselors very well without the introduction of new children every week.
Understanding there are many families in your situation that only need part-time care, we have worked very hard to improve and increase part-time camp options. These include many single day, single week, full and half-day camps in arts & crafts, enrichment, climbing, dance, sports, and STEM activities.
100% refund if requested prior to the registration deadline minus the $50 non-refundable deposit. Refunds requested after the registration deadline are not guaranteed but will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. All refunds are subject to a $5 processing fee (excludes household credits). The registration deadline for summer camp is Monday, April 25. Refunds will not be given for missed days, vacations, sickness, or any other unplanned emergencies. - In the event that there is a COVID-19 outbreak through Camp in which the facilities need to be temporarily closed, prorated refunds will be given.
List updated May 9, 2022
Please note that themes and assemblies are subject to change. All information will be updated here throughout the summer.
Camp Erie’s tax identification number is 84-0198350.
Campers must bring (and wear) a face mask, balanced and nutritious lunch, two snacks, a water bottle, sunscreen, a towel/swimsuit (on swim days), and an extra pair of clothes in the event of a spill or accident. Additionally, please make sure that all of your belongings are clearly marked and labeled.
At this point, we do not currently offer sibling discounts or returning camper discounts for families.
Yes! Campers will be broken up into groups by their age. Participants will also be divided into smaller groups of no more than 12 participants. This allows for all campers to participate and activities along with similarly aged peers.
Absolutely! Campers will be split into groups based off of their age. Camp Erie will utilize both the Erie Community Center and Aspen Ridge Preparatory School.
We anticipate being able to use our aquatics area this summer. However, this could change at any point during the summer. As it currently stands, swim time will work as follows:
Unfortunately, floaties and swim vests will not be allowed. Erie Community Center pool rules require children who use floaties or swim vests to be within arm’s reach of an adult or in this case, Camp staff member, at all times. To ensure the safety of all campers, we will not allow campers to use these items. Campers who would need floaties or a swim vest will be limited to the zero depth pool.
Camp activities begin at 9:30 a.m. and ends at 4:30 p.m. each day. Before and after care is available at no additional cost and is included in your registration fees. Before care will begin at 7 a.m., and after care will end at 6 p.m..
Sign-In and Sign-Out Locations:
*Only those indicated as an Authorized Pick-Up person on forms will be allowed to sign-out the campers. Please be sure to bring a valid photo ID for drop off and pick up*
We follow the guidelines set by the Colorado Child Care Licensing Standards for camp staff screening and training. Camp staff are at least 16 years of age with most being 18+. All camp staff are CPR, First Aid and AED certified and receive certification in Universal Precautions. Additionally, camp staff are also thoroughly background checked. Prior to the start of Camp Erie, camp staff attend 20 hours of mandatory training on various topics including: camp policies, safety training, facilitating games, behavior management, and learning how to work successfully with children.
If Camp Erie fills up there are a few options listed below:
Please contact Austin Russell, Recreation Coordinator - Youth and Families, at 303-926-2797 or email email@example.com.