Over the past three years 9-11 year olds in Northern Colorado Vineyards have grown in their relationship to Jesus and each other while at Adventure Mountain Camp. We are unbelievably excited to do it all over again! AMC enjoys the facilities, activities and gorgeous location that Highlands Camp provides. We are thankful to be one of their guest camps.
Our Vineyard Kids and their friends experience worship, teachings and hands-on learning all led by leaders in Vineyard Kid Ministries. This year we will be exploring Kingdom Ministry by learning how God transforms us and wants us to join him in transforming the world around us. What an amazing ADVENTURE!!
COST: $200 per kid if registered by June 17
Registration closes July 8
Evening Session 6:30pm
Lights out 9:30pm
Highlands Outdoor Activity
Bunk Time 1pm
Electives (crafts, nature exploration, games) 2–4pm
Large Group Game 4:30–5:30pm
Small Group 5:30pm
Evening Session 6:30pm
Lights Out 9:30pm
Pack up/Clean up 7:30am
Closing Session 9am (parents are welcome)
Head home 10am
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT HIGHLANDS CAMP & RETREAT CENTER
Highlands Camp faculty will prepare and serve our buffet style meals as well as lead outdoor special activities of canoeing and archery. All campers are required to complete a Highlands General Activity Release of Liability Form in order to participate. After online registration you will receive this form from your Vineyard’s Camp Point Person. The form MUST be returned to your Vineyard’s Camp Point Person by Sunday, July 15th.
Camp is located on 285 acres and is bordered by National Forest near Allenspark, CO – approximately 16 miles south of Estes Park. Adventure Mountain Camp does not provide transportation to or from our event. Please find driving directions on their website Highlands Camp driving directions
Cell phones do not work at Highlands. Please give their main office number, 303.747.2888, to anyone who may need to contact your camper during his/her stay. Messages will be delivered when the office is open. If office is closed please follow automated response directions in order to make contact after hours.
WHAT TO BRING
- Personal bedding (sleeping bag/pillow)
- Toiletry items plus towel
- Closed-toed shoes suitable for hiking
- Water bottle (labeled with camper’s name)
- Hat recommended
- Change of clothes (Please plan to dress for temperatures 10-15 degrees cooler than those found on the Front Range. Clothes may also get wet due to rain or water activities.)
- Book for quiet time
WHAT NOT TO BRING
- Snacks/beverages (will be provided)
- Weapons (knives, slingshots, etc.)
- Cell phones, tablets or other electronics