Sessions, Dates and Rates

Myths and Magic

June 8 - June 12, 2020


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American Heritage

June 14 - June 27, 2020


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Knighthood I

June 28 - July 11, 2020


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Knighthood II

July 12 - July 25, 2020


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World Friendship

July 26 - August 8, 2020


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Winter Workshop

December 20 - 23, 2019 Grades 9 - 11


Contact Christa Redford at for information

Note About Ages

American Heritage, Knighthood I, Knighthood II, and World Friendship are all two-week sessions, and enroll ages 6 - 16 in these age groups:

  • Juniors are campers entering 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade;
  • Middlers - 4th , 5th , and 6th grade; and
  • Seniors - 7th through 11th grade.

Juniors and middlers participate in activities as a cabin (girls) and dorm (boys) "group." Seniors are on an elective schedule.

Myths and Magic is for 6, 7, and 8 year old boys and girls only (1st - 3rd Graders).

New Family Registration

We invite you to join the Geneva Glen Camp family!

Enrollment Opens: Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Thank you for your interest in Geneva Glen Camp! The following information will explain enrollment for the 2020 season. We are grateful for the opportunity to introduce our program to your family. We strongly believe in the invaluable benefits for children as they grow in the trust and joy of the natural world.

Please complete our Information Request Form to receive the link to the enrollment application in January.

Information Request Form

Boys Dorm
  1. Request registration materials online
  2. Your registration application will be emailed to you in early January
  3. Let us know if you have any questions!

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Veteran Family Registration

Summer 2020 & Winter Workshop 2019

October 21 - 23, 2019: Winter Workshop Application Window
October 28 - November 1: Application Window for summer sessions

The 2020 summer application is available at

Enrollment Application

Meadow Girls

Application Window

10:00 am (Mountain time), Monday, Oct. 28 - Friday, November 1

Application window for veteran, new alum, and out-of-Colorado families -you may apply at any time during this window to be included in the first applicant pool.

Veteran Families

You can check to make sure you remember your Camp-In-Touch password at This is the same email and password you will use to login into the application. There will be a spot on the application to add siblings of veteran campers.

New alum and out-of-Colorado families

You will be prompted to create an account and password

How We Enroll Veteran Campers

All registration applications received during the Application Window will be enrolled first. This allows you a few days to consider your summer plans. Any applications received after Nov. 1 will be processed after this first group. Remember, sessions fill quickly, don’t wait too long to complete your online application! For applications received within the application window, we enroll campers based on number of years their immediate family has attended. For example, a 6-year camper whose application was received in the application window is placed in a slot with other 6th-year families. The 11th-year families are enrolled first, then working down to 10th-year, 9th-year, etc. Applications received after the application window (those arriving Nov 2 and later) will be processed by date received.

While we may not always be able to honor your first choice, we do our best to accommodate most campers, so they can attend GG and be part of our camp family. Gratefully, we have an abundance of campers – even 5th-generation families – that enroll, so it will take a few weeks to process your application. Thanks for your patience!

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Tuition for 2020

Tuition for 2-week sessions: $2,200

$25 Non-refundable Application Fee

$750 deposit/camper per session

Tuition for Myths and Magic: $800

$25 Non-refundable Application Fee

$300 deposit/camper per session

Tuition for Winter Workshop: $400

Contact for more information.

Tuition Information

Each season, our tuition rate is determined by our board of directors, and every effort is made to keep our rates as low as possible. Please keep in mind that Geneva Glen remains more affordable (on a per week basis) than our “peer camps” here in Colorado. We know you appreciate the financial pressures to keep Geneva Glen operating at the quality and level you are accustomed to. We are dedicated to the maintaining the high standards and the inestimable value camp gives your child. The camp store charges are part of tuition, so there will be no additional costs for snacks, pop and other incidentals.

Financial Assistance

Our board is sincere in wanting to ease the tuition burden and make camp available for as many families as possible – please don’t hesitate to contact us about the availability of financial assistance or go to our campership information page. Please contact Christa at 303-697-4621 ext. 25 if you want information.

Cancellation Policy

Please read carefully!

Applies only to confirmed enrollment for any 2-week session (not Myths and Magic). In order to accommodate our many wait listed families as soon as possible, we adhere to the following policy:

  1. If you cancel by April 3, 2020 (NOW DELAYED TO APRIL 17, 2020), all payments will be refunded, minus a processing fee of $50. Cancellations must be received by email or mail.
  2. If you cancel after April 3, 2020 (NOW DELAYED TO APRIL 17, 2020), a cancellation penalty of $750 per camper per session will be imposed. We must receive written cancellation two weeks prior to the start of the enrolled session.
  3. No refund will be issued if Geneva Glen receives your cancellation less than two weeks prior to the start of the enrolled session.

These penalties cannot be transferred or credited to another camper or session.

*As a reminder, the application fee is non-refundable

Force Majeure: If, Geneva Glen Camp is prevented from carrying out its obligations as it pertains to the session, event, or retreat you registered for as a result of any cause beyond its control, or such Geneva Glen Camp cannot be held or does not occur due to acts of God, strikes, labor disputes, government requisitions, restrictions or regulations on travel, commodities or supplies, war or apparent act of war, terrorism, disaster, fire, civil disorder, epidemic or pandemic, curtailment or restriction on transportation facilities, or any other comparable calamity, casualty or condition (collectively a “Force Majeure”) Geneva Glen Camp shall have the right to immediately terminate the affected session, event or retreat without liability and shall be relieved of its obligations to Registrant.

Letter from the Director

Dear Camper Parents:

The staff and board of Geneva Glen have worked hard over the years to keep summer tuition rates low to allow all families the opportunity to experience the Magic of the Glen. Specifically, during the last decade, 5 of the 10 years we have only increased the tuition between 1% and 2%, while in other years our increase has been in the 2%-4% range. Compared to similar camps in Colorado, we currently offer the very lowest tuition, despite our vibrant and popular program. In the upcoming year, some critical expenses that are beyond our control have forced us to increase our tuition more than normal. Please let us explain the importance of these expenses.

For the past 20 years, we have operated a treatment plant that consolidates and converts our waste into water that is released back into the ground. Newly adopted state water quality regulations are in effect which has forced us to look at many other options. We have worked with Colorado’s public health department for the past 4 years trying to explore alternative (and cheaper) approaches to water treatment. Those have not proven viable, and we are now left with plant replacement at a significant annual cost. Adequate wastewater management is an operational responsibility of camp, and therefore represents a direct expense that we must recognize as a cost of operating the camp if we wish to avoid potential regulatory consequences.

Additionally, we have fallen behind in how much we compensate our summer staff. Geneva Glen is committed to hiring the highest quality seasonal staff to ensure our summer experience remains top notch. We will be increasing these salaries up to industry standard to compensate these summer staff members for their steadfast dedication. This increase will be for the seasonal summer staff only and will not affect the full-time, year-round staff.

One other note we would like to mention. We have been very fortunate in the last two years to have generous donors that have allowed us to build a new barn and upgrade the Meadow (you will see the Meadow complete when you drop off your campers next summer). These projects were funded through donations and investments and are not related to the tuition increase.

We understand the cost of camp can be difficult and we have doubled our efforts in raising additional funds for our tuition assistance and campership program. This program provides funds for families that cannot afford the camp tuition. These funds are not only available for families that need help affording the entire tuition amount but can also be given to families that are struggling with coming up with the entire tuition and need help with a percentage of that amount. To learn more or apply for assistance, you may contact camp or go to

As always, please feel free to reach out with any questions.

In the Spirit of the Glen,

Casey Klein, Executive Director & the Board of Directors

How We Enroll Our Campers

Because of GG's fantastic fidelity from longtime veteran families, we feel an obligation to register our campers based on the number of years attended, as well as the date we received the registration. For example, a 6-year camper whose registration was received in the veteran enrollment window is placed in a slot with other 6-year veterans; campers from an 11-year veteran family are placed in the 11th-year slot. The 11th-year families are enrolled first, then working down to 10th-year, 9th-year, 8th-year, etc. Registrations received after the enrollment window will be processed by the date received.

While we may not always be able to honor your first choice, we do our best to accommodate most campers, so they can attend GG and be part of our camp family. Gratefully, we have an abundance of campers – even 5th-generation families – that enroll, so it will take a few weeks to process your application. Thanks for your patience!

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