Wilderness Camps have a capacity of up to 10 campers per week ensuring that a 3:1 camper to counselor ratio is maintained. Rocky Mountain Mennonite Camp offers the most affordable wilderness experience of this style anywhere so please register early as camps fill up quickly! You can register online for all wilderness camps! Save your space with your completed registration and non-refundable deposit of $50 (paid by check or credit card and applied toward total charge).
THE WEEK'S ACTIVITIES
- Rock climbing & rappelling
- Mountain biking at Rampart Reservoir
- Three day backpacking trip to Hunt's Lake
- Full day whitewater rafting trip through Lower Bighorn Sheep Canyon and the Royal Gorge with Arkansas River Tours
Please be sure you have all required forms for your week at camp. These must be completed and signed in order for you to attend camp. You can mail, email, or fax completed forms prior to your arrival, or you can bring them with you on your first day of camp. The required forms for Senior High Wilderness I are below.
- Camper Health Form
- Whitewater Rafting Release Form
- Mountain Biking Release Form
For more information, including a list of things to bring, click on the "Prepare To Come" link on the right.
CAMPER GRADE – The grades for camps listed represent the grade campers will be going into for the next school year. To offer campers and families more options when selecting a week of camp, we have expanded the camp sessions to include an age range to permit campers a grade above or below the listed grade level to attend. Select the camp session that works best.
SUMMER STAFF - Our summer staff are typically college-aged students from Mennonite Colleges and Universities. All staff are part of a week of orientation in which skills and procedures are reviewed in caring and serving campers of all ages. Training is focused on the well-being of all campers to ensure their physical and emotional safety while at camp. All hike leaders receive Wilderness First Aid training and climbing supervisors and instructors (for rock climbing/rappelling activities) take part in a two day training course led by a certified instructor.
SCHOLARSHIPS - Scholarship Funds are available to help cover registration and coordinated transportation fees from Kansas and Colorado Springs. Please contact the Executive Director, Corbin Graber, by phone (719-687-9506) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
PAYMENTS – Payment options available though online registration include payment in full, $50 non-refundable deposit w/ remaining balance due at camp, or $50 non-refundable deposit and remaining balance in monthly installments. We accept cash, checks or credit cards.