June 4-10, 2017

August 6-12, 2017




Other fun things to do

The Rocky Mountain Mennonite Camp itself has a variety of activities:

  • There's a small pond that with kayaks and canoes available.  It's fed by a spring and the water is quite cold, so swimming isn't for the faint of heart.  It's also stocked with rainbow trout for fishing.

  • There's a sand volleyball court and a cement basketball court on one side of the stream.  On the other side is a ball field for softball, soccer, and other games needing a larger space.  There's also a Frisbee golf course and horseshoes. 

  • There are several hiking trails starting right at the camp; the Aspen Ridge Nature Trail is a self-guided hike with information about different places and things along the way.

In the Pikes Peak area, there are a host of fun things to see and do. Here are some of them:

Within 5 minutes of camp:

The Crags Hike

Mueller State Park

Pikes Peak Summit by foot (trailhead)

Within 10 minutes of camp:

Pancake Rocks hike

Within 30 minutes of camp:

Rent a Mountain Bike at Team Telecycle and see their trail recommendations.  The Crags, Dome Rock, and Horsethief Park trails are the closest to camp.

Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument

Mollie Kathleen Mine

Cripple Creek Driving Tour

Historic Cripple Creek

Within 45 minutes of camp::

Cave of the Winds

Pikes Peak Summit by Car (entrance)

Pikes Peak Summit by Rail

Cliff Dwelling Museum

Within an hour of camp:

Garden of the Gods

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Seven Falls

US Air Force Academy