Eagle Lake Day Camps infuse our contagious fun into five days full of exciting activities, adventures and games! Campers ages 7 to 12 fill their days with unforgettable experiences as they enjoy our exceptional programs alongside peers and our highly qualified staff. Day Camp On Location operates from various sites across Colorado and the surrounding states so we can bring all the crazy fun of Eagle Lake right to your own backyard! Day Camp at Glen Eyrie allows campers to enjoy our beautiful Glen Eyrie property, as well as a day at our mountain property, for up to 10 consecutive weeks.
You may request a friend for your camper when you register them for camp. Eagle Lake will strive to accommodate these requests but cannot guarantee them due age and gender grouping considerations. These assignments are made one week prior to camp arrival. Please be sure to submit a friend request online from your account under Manage Registrations.
Our On Location program is specifically designed and geared toward seven to twelve year olds. The high energy activities of camp can be difficult for six-year-olds and younger children to keep up with. Please contact our office if you have any questions about younger children attending our camp.
Campers are responsible to bring their own sack lunch each day to camp (unless otherwise specified by your host church). Eagle Lake has a camp store where snacks can be purchased and eaten during free time but feel free to pack some extra snacks in their lunch as well.
Eagle Lake On Location:
Eagle Lake staff will not administer prescription medication to campers. If a camper needs to take a prescription medication during camp, a parent must come to administer the medication.
Eagle Lake On Location: Check-in for Eagle Lake On Location is the opening Monday of camp. Please arrive at 8:45 am on opening day to complete the registration process and make sure there are no outstanding forms or balances on your account. Pick-up is at 4:00 pm every day.
To bring Eagle Lake to our community, we partnered with another church in the area. It had never been done before but together we were able to reach a wider community. Seeing our sanctuary packed with families at the festival made my heart swell. Rural churches have the habit of thinking they're too small to make a big difference and so having my church leadership see that we can and did make a difference in the lives of these families did a lot for them. —Rebecca, MO