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2015 Theme Weeks

  • Session 1 - Harry Potter
  • Session 2 - Jurassic Park
  • Session 3 - Frozen
  • Session 4 - Rodeo Roundup
  • Mini Camp 1 - Neverland
  • Session 5 - Pirates vs. Ninjas
  • Session 6 - Big Hero Week
  • Session 7 - Spy Week
  • Session 8 - Shark Week
  • Session 9 - Hunger Games Week



Camp Chief Ouray wants to make sure anyone who wants to be at camp has a way of attaining it. We do this in many ways; individual scholarships, partnerships with organizations, and third-party sponsors.


Below are four specific scholarship descriptions that could be helpful to those who are looking for a camp experience. We are happy to answer questions about any of these scholarships or questions about camp at or by calling 970-887-2648.


  • Traditional Scholarship: This program is to assist any family who would like to apply for assistance to send their child or children to camp. Our general scholarship is funded through other camper families, alumni, and others.


  • Leadership Scholarship: This program is to open the possibility of learning leadership which can then be applied to all aspects of life. This program is funded by two alumni. It is open to BIPOC applicants only.


  • Foster Family Scholarship: This program is specific to foster families and/or grandparents who are raising grandchildren. It is funded by a family foundation.


  • David Hooker Fund: This program is specific to those interested in participating in horseback riding lessons. This fund is in honor of a past Counselor and Head Wrangler – David Hooker (CCO dates: 1965-1966), and is funded through some of the Alumni who worked with and knew David.


Our goal is to serve a minimum of 10% of our camper population on scholarship. This traditionally translates to over 200 campers per summer.


If you are able to donate to help make camp a reality to those who need assistance, please follow the link below.

Scholarship Giving


Our Diversity, Inclusion and Global Innovation Statement 
The YMCA of the Rockies will reach out to and welcome all people and organizations of good will and ensure that the rich gifts of diversity are reflected and respected at all levels.

Our Commitment to All People:
We will serve a diverse population, inclusive of all people of good will.  Reflecting our Christian Mission, we will be inclusive and welcoming of all people of good will.  Our activities and facilities will be inclusive, accessible, and available to the diverse worldwide community we serve.

Mission: YMCA of the Rockies puts Christian principles into practice through programs, staff and facilities in an environment that builds a healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

Our goal is to offer challenging experiences to build leaders through life-long skill development in a safe, imaginative, natural setting. We instill confidence through independence and interpersonal skills. We challenge our campers to discover their true selves.