Overnight Camps are a welcoming learning environment for youth who have aged out of our Day Camps, as well as pre-teens and teens who are new to Bird Conservancy’s programs. Camps are led by a team of professional environmental educators who have backgrounds in science, education, and youth development. Click here to meet our Bird Camp staff!
(Our Overnight Camps take place at Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center in Allenspark, CO)
Bird Conservancy makes every effort to provide reasonable accommodations to campers with mental, emotional, social, or physical challenges. To view our essential eligibility criteria for Overnight Camps, please click here. To discuss accommodations for your camper, please contact Tyler Cash at 303-659-4348 ext. 49
IMPORTANT UPDATE for 2022:
Vaccination Requirements: We require campers and staff to be FULLY immunized (using state guidelines for schools) before overnight camp begins. Campers and staff who qualify for a medical exemption must provide a physician’s note documenting the exemption and will be allowed at camp if a reasonable accommodation can be made.
Vaccines for COVID will also be required.
To learn more about our policies and practices, including our cancellation policy, please download our 2022 Overnight Camp Parent Handbook
Scholarships are available for all camps
Applications for scholarships can be made through our online scholarship application.
Please note: Online registration is required for all camp sessions.
Required Paperwork for Overnight Camps
Colorado state regulations require campers to provide a health history, as well as proof of a physical within the last 12 months. This paperwork must be received by May 13, 2022. Campers who do not submit this paperwork will not be permitted to participate in camp, and will be charged fees pursuant to our cancellation policy. You will receive this paperwork once you register your camper(s) for overnight camp.