Dinosaur Ridge Summer Camp
Summer camps were great this year! If you missed out don't worry, we'll start registration for next year in February 2014. For questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have a dinosaur or rock enthusiast at home? Would they like to explore over 300 dinosaur footprints and dozens of other fossils from Colorado this summer? Or would they rather identify, collect, and label rocks and minerals for their collections while learning how Colorado was built layer by layer? This year the Friends of Dinosaur Ridge are offering 8 camps designed for your kids to learn about Colorado’s history and prehistory. Filled with activities ranging from measuring REAL dinosaur footprints to collecting rocks from local formations, Dinosaur Ridge Summer Camps can’t be beat!
Dinosaur Ridge Summer Camps
Camp Sessions (see below for more details on each session):
Cost: $250 per child per camp (member); $275 per child per camp (non-member). [Scholarships, Sibling discounts, and Multi-Camp discounts are available – ask for more information.]
Where: Dinosaur Ridge: 16831 W Alameda Pkwy., Morrison, CO 80465 (C-470 and Alameda Pkwy)
Types of Camp:
Type of Camp: science, dinosaurs, fossils, rocks, minerals, co-ed, day camp.
Capacity: The maximum number of campers per camp is 12, so register early!
To Register contact: Erin LaCount at email@example.com or 303-697-3466 x 101
To download the registration form: www.dinoridge.org/summercamp.html
Erin LaCount: Erin LaCount has been in charge of Education and Programs at Dinosaur Ridge since 2003. Having grown up at Dinosaur Ridge, Erin attended the first ever Dinosaur Ridge Summer Camps in the late 1990’s. After a brief hiatus, Erin (along with Amber) revitalized the Dinosaur Ridge summer camps in 2012 and is excited to share her love of dinosaurs with the campers.
Amber Cain: Amber Cain is the Volunteer Coordinator and Program Assistant at Dinosaur Ridge. She has been involved with the organization since 2010. Amber (along with Erin) revitalized the Dinosaur Ridge summer camp in 2012 and is excited to share her love of geology with campers.