Work and Play Retreats


Memorial Day: May 27-30, 2022
Labor Day: September 3-6, 2021

Arrival: after 4:00pm Friday
Departure: by 11:00am Monday


Work and Play Retreats


Memorial Day: May 27-30, 2022
Labor Day: September 3-6, 2021

Arrival: after 4:00pm Friday
Departure: by 11:00am Monday


Spend your holiday weekend at Rocky Mountain Mennonite Camp for the annual Work and Play Retreats! In exchange for your help with camp projects during the retreat, there is no charge for the weekend.

On Saturday, participants will help with a variety of projects (spring cleaning, outdoor projects, painting, setting up summer recreation equipment, helping in the kitchen, and more!).  There will be work projects for all ages, even for children as appropriate. Parents with small children are asked that one parent cares for their child while the other parent works. 

Sunday is the “play” part of the weekend including a morning worship service and brunch, leaving the afternoon for hiking, playing on the pond, or taking a nap! 

registration fees

Online registration opens one year prior to the retreat.

Online registration opens one year prior to the retreat.

No Charge

just your hard work and time



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


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


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. 


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]).


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. 


Housing is assigned based on available facilites not being rented by other guests. The possible options are Pleiades and Emmental or a Chalet (Lower Aspen, Heidi or Jungfrau). About a week prior to the retreat a housing assignment will be emailed so you know where you will be staying.

To see detailed information about these facilities please go to our Facilities page.

Documents & forms

To prepare for your retreat with us, please check out the information about things to know before you arrive (ie: high altitude, weather conditions, ammenities, etc).

View the sample schedule to see what the retreat includes. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have wi-fi?

A Wi-Fi signal is in various locations around camp. Because of camp’s remote location and availability of high internet speeds, video or music streaming is not available.

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.

What should I bring to camp?

  • Project items (irons and ironing boards provided)
  • Items for show and tell
  • Short (5 min) sharing of quilting tips or demonstrations, if desired.
  • Power strips (if you have them)
  • Extra items you might need (machine needles, fusible web, bobbins, thread, etc)
  • Chair cushions (for extra padding) and foot board (for extra support) 


  • Snacks to share with everyone
  • Toiletries
  • Clothing (variety of layers for varying temperatures)
  • Flashlight (for walking back to cabin at night)
  • Bedding if staying in a Chalet at Main Camp

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 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.