Though we are not directly affiliated with the YMCA of the Rockies, we are fortunate to be able to use their Snow Mountain Ranch facilities in Fraser, Colorado for 6 out of 11 of our camps. A family vacation destination in itself, Snow Mountain Ranch is nestled on 5,100 acres in a beautiful wilderness setting just two hours west of Denver.
Most everything you would like in a Colorado mountain vacation package is right there, including hiking, fishing, canoeing, swimming, roller skating, volleyball, tennis, horseback riding, hayrides, and more!
Snow Mountain Ranch is located a few miles west of the ski resort, Winter Park, which has a full roster of summertime fun and activities. Snow Mountain is also just a few miles east of Granby and Grand Lake, Colorado, both of which boast many summer activities, including boating on large lakes (for Colorado). Forget that expensive skiing in Colorado –summer is the best and most beautiful time to be here!
Lodging Rates for Snow Mountain Ranch Camps
Though each lodging package is individualized per family based on your choice, number in the family, etc., this year’s average lodging rate for a family of four is approximately $250 per night and includes breakfast and dinner. Culture-specific lunches are served as part of Heritage Camp. Each lodge room sleeps anywhere from four to six people, and has a private bathroom.
Camping is also available onsite at Snow Mountain Ranch, ranging from sites with full RV hook-ups to basic tent sites. The average cost to camp is $60 per night. The camp grounds have full heated showers and bathroom facilities.
You can also rent a cabin at Snow Mountain Ranch, but this is not part of our contract. You must contact them directly at 800–777-YMCA to make your cabin reservation after April 1st, and it is first come, first served only. Cabins fill up quickly!
Estes Park Center means different things to different people. The adventurous come for action and excitement and to explore miles of trails in the Rocky Mountains. Others choose to take one of our arts and crafts classes, spend quiet time on the deck of our library or enjoy quality entertainment. With more activities than anywhere else, most included free in your stay, everyone in your family will find something to do.
Lodging Rates for the Estes Park Center
Though each lodging package is individualized per family based on your choice, number in the family, etc., this year’s average lodging rate for a family of four is approximately $270 per night and includes breakfast and dinner. Culture-specific lunches are served as part of Heritage Camp. Each lodge room sleeps anywhere from four to six people, and has a private bathrooms.
There is no on-site camping at the Estes Park Center, but there is much camping available very nearby in Rocky Mountain National Park, so if you are interested in camping, please contact them directly to make a reservation.
Located in west Denver near the popular Highlands neighborhood, the Regis University campus is an ideal place to hold camp. It’s spacious and air conditioned meeting rooms accommodate us nicely, and we are able to use lots of grassy areas for our campers to learn and play. It is a very insulated environment with little traffic, especially during the summer months.
This neighborhood of Denver boasts lots of fun restaurants, coffee shops, and shopping. It is just 1⁄2 hour to 45 minutes from the airport, and only about 15 minutes from downtown Denver, Coors Field, museums, and sightseeing. It is also just 90 minutes from the Colorado Rocky Mountains!
Lodging Rates for Camp in Denver:
We generally reserve rooms at the Westminster Residence Inn by Marriott for these camps. This year’s rates TBD.
Virtual Camp, June 11 & 12, 2021
Virtual Camp, Sept 3 & 4, 2021
Virtual Camp, July 30 – Aug 1, 2021
Virtual Camp, July 16 & 17, 2021
Virtual Camp, July 9 & 10, 2021
Virtual Camp, June 19 & 20, 2021
Virtual Camp, June 25 & 26, 2021
Virtual Camp, July 23 & 24, 2021
Virtual Camp, Aug 6 & 7, 2021