2020 Colorado Camp will be July 26th-August 1st
Important information regarding effect of COVID-19 on our registration.
Registration will still open up as of April 1st. However, payment for camp will be accepted once we are more stable about the status of camp happening as usual. You STILL need to register to reserve your spot, and in about 6-8 weeks you will receive another email asking for payment at that time. If you have any questions, please email us at: coloradoFCcamp@gmail.com
EXCITING CHANGES HAPPENING THIS YEAR!!!!
1.)You will know your team/society name BEFORE you get to camp. We are using Florida College society names and colors. Your team color will be given to you so you can plan what to pack accordingly. (For example: If you're on Phi Sig- pack blue everything!)
2.) Chick-fil-A night
3.) Pizza night
4.) Junior/ Senior Banquet and activities
5.) Talent Show Club- practice your skit, get tips from experts on how to improve your act,
paint/ create sets, etc...
6.) Music lessons with Jackson Cowley
7.) Have your canteen $$ ready to turn in to the "bank" at check-in. This will allow you to keep your money in a safe place. We are going to have a lot more snack options for canteen this year!
and much much more!
We'd love to have you join us at Colorado Camp in the beautiful Rocky Mountains located just an hour west of Colorado Springs. Camp is for kiddos ages 9-18 (or high school senior).
Camp is a great atmosphere of adventure, friendship, archery, nature hikes, games, team-building, singing, and most importantly, growing closer to God.
Registration opens up April 1st, 2020 (And no, that's not an April Fool's joke!)
Members of the Hutchinson Bell will have priority in registration.
What if I Need Help Paying for Camp?
You can apply for the Joel Sloan Camp Fund scholarship. This fund is in honor of a gentleman who spent his life helping young people at the North Carolina Florida College Camp. To apply for this scholarship, click here.
Encourage your camper to get creative raising and saving money for camp (i.e., bake sale, garage sale, odd jobs, babysitting, etc...)
If you need more information regarding financial assistance, please email the Higgins at: ColoradoFCCamp@gmail.com
What to bring...
Statement of Accountability if not already mailed.
Bring your own bedding! Quaker Ridge does not supply bedding.
Sleeping bag and pillow
Refillable water bottle (you will receive one at camp, but if you'd like to bring your own, you're welcome to)
Rain jacket or plastic poncho
Light jacket or sweatshirt
Bible – no electronic versions, please (If you don't have one, we'll loan you one.)
One set of clothes for getting really wet (dark shirt and pants no shorter than the knees)
Toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, etc.
Bath towel and wash cloth (You may wish to bring a bathrobe)
Day pack or small backpack
Flashlight and/ or headlamp
Pen or pencil
Talent for Talent Show
Money for Snacks from the Booster Club Canteen
Do NOT bring gum, radios, stereos, snacks that contain nuts, or video games, etc.
A Super Spirit for Adventure and Fun!
Costume for the Friday Night Banquet
Apparel Note: In late July and early August the weather here is generally pleasant.However, it can rain, it can be 90º+ (low humidity) in the day and in the 40's at night.Proper apparel would be layers and a jacket or sweatshirt.
The camp is held at the facilities of
Quaker Ridge Camp & Conference Center, 30150 N. Highway 67 Woodland Park, Colorado. 80863
Directions to Camp
From I-25 in Colorado Springs, take exit #141; Cimarron St./U.S. Hwy 24 West
Go west on Hwy-24 apx 20 miles into Woodland Park; stay in the right lane through town
At the North end of Woodland Park, curve right onto North C-67 (towards “Deckers”)
Take Hwy-67 north 5 1/2 miles to the Quaker Ridge Camp entrance on the right. It is between mile markers 82 and 83. Look for these signs to mark where to turn.
The Camp facility phone number is
Q: How do I register for camp?
Camp Registration for the 2020 Colorado Camp will open on April 1st, 2020. All camp registration now takes place online. Click on the link above to register. No registrations will be accepted after July 22nd.
Q: How much does camp cost?
$365 (includes camp fee, camp t-shirt, water bottle, and camp photo)
Q: How old do I have to be to go to camp?
Ages 9-18 are qualified. Also if you are a graduating high school senior in 2019 you qualify.
Q: Who gets in to camp first?
*Camp registration opens up April 1st- members of the Hutchinson Bell will get priority in camp options/ activities and will secure their place at camp.
All forms and fees have a deadline of June 16th. Thereafter, a $25.00 late registration fee applies. It’s best to register NOW in order to ensure your place at camp.
Q: What if I don’t have a ride to camp?
Transportation is the responsibility of the camper's family. Carpools are a fun way to get to camp. Please arrange this well in advance of camp. If you need help in coordinating this, please contact :
Kristin Hall 317-701-4157
Visitors are welcome to attend services at nearby congregations in Colorado Springs. See the links below for more information on each of the congregations. These congregations are not affiliated with the camp.