Basic camp rate:
$795, which covers everything – classes,
activities, dormitory lodging, three meals daily
Optional extra costs are:
Bedding: Most campers bring their own
bedding, but if you'd like to rent it (including
sheets, pillowcases, blankets and towels), you
can do so for an additional $5.00 (for the
Airport shuttle: See
for more info. In short, if you fly
into Colorado Springs, we'll get you from
the airport to the camp at no charge; if you
fly into Denver, you'll pay $50 for a
shuttle down here (and back up after camp),
then we'll take you up to the camp (no
Optional discounts are:
if we receive your deposit by the December 31
prior to the camp,
you'll save $50, from $795 down to $745.
if you live or are staying nearby, we
discount your tuition by $50.
if you camp in a tent or RV and there are 2-4
persons at your campsite, we discount your
tuition by $30 per person. If you’re camping by yourself,
sorry, there’s no discount.
Companions: If you'll be accompanying
a camper, but won't attend classes,
instructor one-on-ones, jams and seminars, you can attend at our
Companion rate of $425, which includes meals, on-site lodging
and admission to all concerts, dance, etc..
about being a companion here.
Camping, one person per site
Camping, 2-4 persons per site
Scholarships: Sorry, we don't offer
scholarships currently. We hope to be able
to sometime in the future.
Generally, all lodging at the camp is
dormitory-style. The camp has a variety of
different chalets and log buildings, and as camp
time approaches, we’ll contact you to match your
preferences to what we have available, on a
first-registered, first-served basis – a good
reason to get your registration in early.
There’s limited tent and RV camping available;
the campsite is beautiful. Again, it's available on a first-registered,
first-served basis. There's electricity at seven
of the eight sites, and if you need water, bring
150' of hose with a Y adapter.