Junior High Snow Camp

(geared towards youth in 6th – 8th grade)

 

January 21-23, 2022

Arrival: after 4:00pm Friday
Departure: at 11:00am Sunday

 

Junior High Snow Camp

(geared towards youth in 6th – 8th grade)

 

January 21-23, 2022

Arrival: after 4:00pm Friday
Departure: at 11:00am Sunday

Western District, South Central, and Mountain States Mennonite Conferences invite your youth groups to attend the annual Snow Camps at Rocky Mountain Mennonite Camp. Be inspired by singing and worshiping with other youth, slide down the tube run, play a competitive game of broom hockey, explore beautiful scenery around camp, and more!
 
Snow Camps are intended for youth to attend with their church youth group, with one leader for every five youth, in order to provide adequate supervision. If you are not part of a youth group and would have interest in coming to Snow Camp, contact RMMC for options. We want to make Snow Camp available to as many youth as possible.
 

weekend worship 

Theme: TBA

Resource: TBA

Music: TBA

registration fees

Online registration opens one year prior to the retreat and is available for parents to register their child listing the youth group they plan to attend with. The youth leader may download a paper registration form to complete for the youth group along with all medical release forms to be completed by each parent.

Online registration opens one year prior to the retreat and is available for parents to register their child listing the youth group they plan to attend with. The youth leader may download a paper registration form to complete for the youth group along with all medical release forms to be completed by each parent.

good rate

After January 10

$135

Better rate

By January 10

$125

Best rate

register by December 13

$115

REGISTRATION FAQ

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions as it relates to registration.

Deposit

A $50 non-refundable deposit is required at registration. 

Payments

Payment options available include payment in full, deposit with remaining balance due at the retreat, or deposit and remaining balance paid in monthly installments prior to the retreat. We accept cash, checks or credit cards. 

Scholarships

Scholarship funds are available to help ensure that finances are not a barrier to attending camp. For scholarship assistance please contact the Executive Director, Corbin Graber (719-687-9506 or [email protected]).

Cancellations

To receive a full refund, cancellations must be received no later than two months prior to the retreat. The deposit will be non-refundable for all cancellations received within two months of the retreat. 

Documents & forms

For youth groups wishing to register as one unit, youth sponsors may download this form to complete for their entire group. 

Each youth must have an authorization form completed by a parent/guardian to attend camp.

View the sample schedule to see what the retreat includes. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I bring to camp?

  • Warm winter clothing (snow coat, pants & boots)
  • Bedding/sleeping bag and pillow
  • Towel & bathroom items
  • Bible
  • Water bottle
  • Camera (optional)
  • Spending money for the Trading Post (optional)

What should I NOT bring to camp?

  • Pets (large or small)
  • Firearms
  • Alcohol
  • Tobacco
  • Illicit drugs
  • Marijuana
  • Dirt bikes
  • Firework
  • Four Wheelers
  • Drones

Do you have wi-fi?

Yes, however we ask youth and sponosors to not be on devices during the weekend to better enjoy the relationships being built with each other during the retreat.

Can you accommodate my dietary restrictions?

As much as possible, the camp will accommodate dietary restrictions. An option will be given to list all of your dietary restrictions during registration. We cannot accommodate dietary preferences. 

RMMC is not a peanut/nut free location since we serve a variety of campers and guest groups utilizing their own kitchen facilities.

Do you have to be Mennonite to attend camp?

While teachings during the retreat are Bible-based and from a Mennonite perspective, campers of all faiths are respected and welcome to attend.