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Length: 5 Night Program
- Arts & Crafts
- Capture the Flag
- Crazy Night
- Dippy Club
- Speakers & Worship
- Flight Simulator
- Group Games
- Human Fooseball
- Lake Kayaking
- Rock Wall
- Small Team Games
- Summit Express
Here at Eagle Lake, fun is contagious! Nestled in the Colorado Rockies, our classic overnight camp offers your camper the unique chance to catch our counselor’s enthusiasm for friendships, adventure, and Jesus as they enjoy a week unlike any other!
Campers are constantly in motion with a fast-paced combination of great group games, challenging skills, applicable Bible studies, and exciting meetings. Your child will love the original music, cool videos, hilarious skits, and honest messages, while still having plenty of time to enjoy dominating our beachfront activities and hanging out with friends.
With a totally new theme and revamped schedules and skills each summer, our (REZ)ident Program packs in the fun and creates an exciting yet safe environment that allows your camper to explore what they’re capable of, discover new friends, and encounter Jesus.
It is our desire that no child miss out on a camp experience because of financial circumstances. Financial aid, in the form of a partial assistance scholarship, is available to those in need. Visit our Campership page to apply.
|6:15 am||Dippy Club (optional)|
|7:00 am||1st Breakfast/(2nd meal campers: quiet time and get ready)|
|8:00 am||2nd Breakfast/(1st meal campers: quiet time and get ready)|
|9:00 am||Group Activity (i.e. capture the flag, large team games)|
|11:45 am||1st Lunch/(2nd meal campers: Bible Study prep)|
|12:45 pm||2nd Lunch/(1st meal campers: Bible Study prep)|
|2:00 pm||1st Session Free time/Skills (i.e. beach time, ziplining, kayaking, basketball etc.)|
|3:15 pm||2nd Session Free time/Skills (i.e. riflery, archery, crafts, volleyball, etc.)|
|5:00 pm||5:00 1st Dinner/(2nd meal campers: Bible Study discussion)|
|6:00 pm||2nd Dinner/(1st meal campers: Bible Study discussion)|
|7:15 pm||Evening Meeting (skits, worship, speaker)/Evening Activity (camp fire, s’mores, concert, night games)|
|9:30 pm||Lights Out|
The Important Stuff
What you need to know before camp
Arrival by car
Please note: cell phone service is not available along much of rampart Range Road; it is a good idea to print directions rather than rely on your smart phone’s GPS.
- Ages 11-18: Check-in from 12:30-2:00 pm (on opening Sunday)
- Ages 8-10: Check-in from 2:00-3:30 pm (on opening Sunday)
Arrival by plane
For campers arriving by plane, Eagle Lake is pleased to offer complimentary shuttle accommodations to and from Eagle Lake for campers flying into the Colorado Springs airport (COS).
- Reserve your Eagle Lake shuttle by logging into your online registration account and clicking the ‘Transportation’ button
- Submit your exact flight information to be added to the Eagle Lake shuttle roster. Eagle Lake can only transport campers with an active, confirmed shuttle reservation
- Please schedule your flight to arrive between 10:00 and 1:00 on opening day, and depart between 8:00 and 11:00 on closing day
Pick up campers anytime between 8:30 and 10:30 am on the closing Friday of your camp week.
Pick up authorization
Don’t forget your photo ID for pick up! To ensure each camper’s safety we will check photo IDs to make sure it matches one of the names on the pick-up authorization form (see pick-up authorization below) before releasing a camper. To authorize a friend/family member to pick up your child from camp, please login to your registration account and complete the Pick-up Authorization section.
|Jun 3 – Jun 8||8–14||$500||Available|
|Jun 10 – Jun 15||8–14||$525||Available|
|Jun 17 – Jun 22||8–14||$550||Available|
|Jun 24 – Jun 29||8–14||$550||Available|
|Jul 8 – Jul 13||8–14||$600||Available|
|Jul 15 – Jul 20||8–14||$600||Available|
|Jul 22 – Jul 27||8–14||$600||Available|
|Jul 29 – Aug 3||8–14||$550||Available|
What you need to know
Overnight and Day Camp Programs: Financial aid, in the form of a partial assistance scholarship, is available to those in need. Financial assistance is approved by application only. Visit our Campership page to apply.
To qualify for financial aid, camper must have an active Eagle Lake registration secured with $50 deposit (while the deposit is typically non-refundable, in the case that a registration must be cancelled due to insufficient financial assistance, the deposit will be refunded).
Campers may make a request for bunkmate(s) when they register for an overnight camp. Eagle Lake will strive to accommodate these requests but cannot guarantee them due to limited housing space and age grouping considerations. These assignments are made one week prior to camp arrival. Please be sure to submit a roommate request online from your account under Manage Registrations.
Eagle Lake is located on Rampart Range Road past Woodland Park. Please see the Directions page for customized driving directions to camp. Please note that the last 12 miles of Rampart are unpaved and somewhat rough.
If a camper is on prescription medication, the medication is required to be checked in with the nurse at registration.All medications, including vitamins, must be in the original container or will not be accepted. All medication, including vitamins, must be listed on the Eagle Lake physical form by the prescribing doctor. We do not allow any camper to keep medications on them except specifically requested by the physician.
Our medical staff distributes all medication at the time it needs to be taken by the camper. Please do not have campers bring over-the-counter medication to camp, as our camp infirmary is sufficiently stocked to meet the general needs of headaches, coughs and scrapes. If you have any questions about a specific medical situation, please call the camp office.
If a camper is on one of our Excursions, he or she will need to check any medication in with the nurse, who will then give the medication to the counselor to administer at the appropriate time.
Due to the frequent changes and updates that children experience within a year’s time we require parents to fill out a new health form every year. The doctor’s physical may be accepted if it is within 12 months of camp attendance. Please bring a copy of the current health form with you on the day of registration; all documents from prior years go into archive following the summer months, and are irretrievable.
Rez Camps will make an age exception for a camper to fit into the next age division (Jr. High or Sr. High) if he or she is going to be turning the required age by that September. However, Eagle Lake does not usually make exceptions for seven-year-olds, as it has been our experience that most are too young to come to a high energy camp and be away from Mom and Dad for a week. If a seven-year-old has had positive experiences in situations with older children, you may contact our office via phone or e-mail.
All of our Excursions and Crew need the Director’s approval for an age exception. Please contact our office for more information.
Be sure to note that your camper has a food allergy during the registration process. Please contact the Eagle Lake office if your camper is in need of a specific food regimen because of a medical condition. We can accommodate most food allergies (dairy, gluten, nut, etc) but are unable to change programming or items sold in the store based on an allergy. We would love to discuss your camper’s dietary needs so that we can ensure proper nutrition while they are at camp. We want to make our best effort to serve your camper.
Your genuine love for the Lord and love for the campers is evident. The counselors are well trained and genuinely connected with and cared for my children. As a parent, someone else pouring God's truth into your child is invaluable, so thank you for that! —Donna, Colorado