Camp Rocky 53rd Year July 10-16, 2016
Space is limited to the first 65 applicants

What is Camp Rocky?

Camp Rocky is a week long, residential camp for 14 through 19 year olds who enjoy the outdoors and are interested in natural resources.  The Camp Rocky professional staff helps participants learn about their environment through hands-on experience.  The students work in teams making new friends from across Colorado.  Each year, new and returning students choose one of the resource fields for their area of focus.  Those fields include Forest Management, Rangeland Science, Soil and Water Conservation, Fish and Wildlife Management.  In 2010 a new field of Recreation Management was added.

Who sponsors Camp Rocky?

Camp Rocky is hosted by the Colorado Association of Conservation Districts and is sponsored by the US Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Colorado State Forest Service, Colorado Division of Wildlife and various Conservation Districts of Colorado.

Scholarships Available

The Longmont and Boulder Valley Conservation Districts offer scholarships to this award winning camp.  The cost of the camp is $300 for the week which includes food and lodging.  Transportation to and from the camp near Divide, Colorado is not included.

More Information

For more information and registration materials please visit the Camp Rocky website.

2010 Camp Rocky Attendee

"I spent my week learning about fish and wildlife and on Friday we put our knowledge to work.  We helped out with an erosion problem and treated the pond with aquashade to help the fish.  This week was a ton of fun and I made a ton of friends."
Elizabeth Morgan

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