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RESIDENT CAMP

970-586-7777

1207 Longs Peak Rd.

Estes Park, CO 80517

FORT COLLINS OFFICE

970-484-8462

430 Canyon Ave.

Fort Collins, CO 80521

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FALL RETREATS

ESTES PARK, CO

RETREAT PROGRAMS & INFORMATION

Additional nights, meals and classes will be priced accordingly. Contact Stephen Poquette for an estimate.

MEALS

Buffet Style

 

S'mores provided for campfires

 

For food allergies, guests may bring and store food in our kitchen

 

Snack shack open upon request

 

Group snacks may be provided for an additional charge

FACILITIES

Outdoor Amphitheater/Stadium

 

Main Lodge dining hall with fireplace, with qty. 13 ten foot tables

 

Lower lodge game room area with two fireplaces

 

Party barn with stage 1500 sq. ft. open area, audio/visual equipment, 8x10 projection screen and system, basic soundboard with 68 plugs, mic stands, DVD, two speakers, music stand

ACTIVITIES

Giant Sports Field

 

Covered basketball and volleyball court

 

Tennis courts and frisbee golf

 

Access to Rocky Mountain National Park

 

3 Amphitheaters with campfire rings

 

Game room, camp store, snack shack

 

MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE

High Ropes Course

 

700' Dual Ziplines

 

Quick Jump 

Climbing Wall

 

Single and Double Leap of Faith

 

Low Ropes Course

OUTDOOR EDUCATION CLASSES

Want your students to learn something new and gain a better understanding of the world around them?  In between high ropes elements, your students can do just that by participating in a hands-on learning experience! 

SURVIVOR

Students will learn basic survival tactics and outdoor skills necessary to safely enjoy the wilderness.  Your students will also get the added bonus of building their own shelter and fire!

 

Key concepts: rules of 3’s, ten essentials, what to do if you’re lost, shelter building, fire building, and water purification.  

TREES N' THINGS

Through a nature hike, students will learn basic forest ecology through tree identification, uses for trees, and the connection between plants and animals within a forest ecosystem.

 

Key concepts and vocabulary: Ecosystem, biotic, abiotic, parts of a tree: bark, photosynthesis, cellulose, evergreen, decomposition, and more!

GET LOST

Students will be introduced to basic orienteering skills by learning how to use a compass and how it works.  After reinforcing math concepts involved in pacing, students will get an opportunity to test what they’ve learned by venturing out on a compass course. 

 

Key concepts and vocabulary: cardinal directions, latitude, longitude, topographic and political maps, pacing, bearing, orienteering, and compass rose.

LODGING

Camp Timberline can accommodate 200 guests with additional options for over 200.

 

  • Boys’ Lodge building with 7 “cabins”, each “cabin” having seven bunk beds for a total of 14 guests per cabin. Each has a bathroom with two showers, sink and toilet.

 

  • Girls’ Lodge building with 7 “cabins”, each “cabin” having seven bunk beds for a total of 14 guests per cabin. Each has a bathroom with two showers, sink and toilet.

 

  • Private room available on request.

 
 
 

Contact Stephen Poquette for availability and to book your retreat today!

stephen@camptimberline.com

Retreat season is open for group reservations mid-August through mid-November ONLY. 

 

Group sizes must be equal to or exceed 50 paying guests.

Chaperones are FREE per every ten paying students/guests.