Do we have to be members of the YMCA for my child to attend Day Camp?
No. However, we are following state standards of only serving year-round Grand County residents through June at least. We will reevaluate based on input from our local and state Health Departments.
Does my child have to attend every day?
Our program is available on a 1-week session, Monday-Thursday schedule. You must register for the whole 1-week session. For summer 2020, we are not able to offer daily registrations.
Can my children be in the same group even though they are different ages?Buddy requests may be made for campers in the same grade or only one grade different. Campers in different grades will be placed with the younger age group. To make a buddy request, please contact us at 970-887-2152 ext. 1900 or at email@example.com
My child will be 5 in September. Can they come to camp this summer?
No, our state license is for children ages 5 and up only. Children may attend beginning on their 5th birthday.
What medical records are required?
The state of Colorado requires all campers to provide current immunization records (or a signed exemption form), physician contact information, medical history, and emergency care authorization.
How do I arrange for another person picking up my child?
Anyone picking up a camper must be on that child’s Authorized Grown Up list. Names can be added online (forms & documents) or at drop off. All persons picking up campers must have a valid PHOTO ID per Colorado state law.
Are meals provided?
No. Campers will need to provide their own lunch and an afternoon snack.
What happens on bad weather days?
Camp is held rain, shine, or snow (yes, it does occasionally snow here in the summer!) Please send your campers dressed appropriately for the weather. Clear, sunny mornings frequently become cloudy, cool afternoons, so please send layers / a rain jacket with your child.
During severe weather (lightning, hail, high winds, etc.) campers take shelter in the nearest safe location. All staff are trained in severe weather procedures. In the event of extended severe weather, campers will spend time inside the main building at CCO.
Where do I look for lost items?
Day Camp lost & found is located in the main CCO building. Items lost in public areas (Kiva, pool, stables, etc.) may be in the property lost & found located at the Programs Building. Please call 970-887-2152 x 1900 for assistance.
Do you provide any financial assistance?
Snow Mountain Ranch has scholarships available on the basis of financial need. We are also an approved Grand County CCAP facility. For more information on either of these options, please contact us at 970-887-2152 ext. 1900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.