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Frisco Summer Day and Sport Camp Registration Opens April 3

Open House on April 1

This summer the Town of Frisco’s Recreation Department will once again offer summer day and sport camp programs for youth ages 5-14 from June through August. On Monday, April 1 from 5:00pm-6:30pm, there will be an open house at the Frisco Adventure Park Day Lodge, where families will be invited to learn more about all of Frisco’s summer day and sport camp programs; how to create an account in the online registration program and how to register for day and sport camps online.

Registration April 3 & Proof of Residency/Work Status Needed by March 30

Summer program registration opens online only at FriscoCamps.com on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 8:00 am for residents of Frisco or Copper and for individuals who work in Frisco or Copper. Proof of residency or employment will be required (paystubs, utility bills or an ID with a physical address). Documentation must be presented in-person to Town of Frisco staff at the Frisco Adventure Park Day Lodge at 621 Recreation Way, seven days a week from 8:00am-5:00pm during the month of March. Frisco resident registration fees will only be valid for Frisco residents.

Registration for non-residents/employees will be available online only starting on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 12:00pm. Online registration will be available at FriscoCamps.com, and there will be no in-person registration available. Registration will fill up quickly for all programs, and hence, parents are encouraged to create an account or log into current accounts prior to April 3 to prepare for registration.

What Kind of Camps Will Frisco Have This Year?

Frisco day and sport camps are offered each summer to provide the opportunity for youth to have inspiring adventures during their summer break, while giving parents the peace of mind that their children are in a safe and interesting environment. Frisco day camp programs are state licensed offering experienced camp counselors, low child to counselor ratios and access to recreational amenities. Frisco camps have four 15-passenger vans which will enable counselors to take campers to various destinations for engaging day camp experiences.

Day and Sport Camp Programs

  • Frisco Fun Club is a day camp program with weekly themes and field trips. This day camp program is divided into two age groups: Little Chiefs- 5-7 years of age and Royals- 8-12 years of age. Field trips will include trips to Elitch Gardens, the Denver Zoo, Jump Street, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and even some rafting for the older group. Frisco Fun Club will run from June 6- August 21, 2019 with no camp on July 4 and 5, 2019. Camper drop off is between 8:00 am – 9:00 am and pick up is between 4:30pm – 5:30pm at the Frisco Nordic Center at the Peninsula Recreation Area (616 Recreation Way, Frisco, CO 80443). Cost is $45 per child for Frisco residents and $50 per child for non-residents, and each additional child in a family will receive a 20% off if attending camp on the same day.
  • Frisco Skate Camp instructors will guide the camp through the new Frisco Skate Park features. Camp will be divided into two groups based on ability level to ensure the best instruction for all participants. Skate camp is open to youth ages 6-13. Instructors will focus on body positioning, balance, technique and work on helping participants progress throughout the week. Participants should feel comfortable on a skateboard and will be in the skate park for six to seven hours each day. All participants must bring the following to the program: functional skateboard, helmet, backpack with bladder hydration system, sunscreen, tennis shoes and a sack lunch with snacks. All participants must bring and wear gloves, helmet, elbow and knee pads, while they are on their skateboards. This camp will be offered June 17-21, July 22-26 and August 5-9. Cost is $225 per week for Frisco residents and $250 per week for non-residents. Camp meets Monday-Friday from 9:00am – 5:00pm at the Frisco Adventure Park Day Lodge.
  • Frisco Bike Camp instructors will guide participants through the Frisco Bike Park features and the Frisco Peninsula trails. Bike camp is open to youth ages 6-13. Camp will be divided into two groups based on ability level. Instructors will focus on body positioning, balance, gear shifting and maneuvering over obstacles. Participants should feel comfortable riding a bike and be familiar with braking, cornering and pumping their bike. Participants will bike 5-8 miles each day of camp. Bike Camp will also focus on specific USA BMX STEM curriculum. All participants must bring the following equipment to the program: functional bike (bikes must have front and rear brakes and gears), helmet and backpack with bladder hydration system. This camp will be offered June 17-21, July 22-26 and August 5-9. Cost is $225 per week for Frisco residents and $250 per week for non-residents. Camp meets Monday-Friday from 9:00am – 5:00pm at the Frisco Adventure Park Day Lodge.
  • Adventure Camp will offer a variety of activities that are located in and around the Frisco Peninsula. This camp is open to youth ages 6-13. Instructors will guide the participants through a variety of activities that include, but are not limited to mountain biking, canoeing, hiking, skateboarding, disc golf and more. All participants must bring the following equipment to the program: functional bike (Bikes must have front and rear brakes and gears), skateboard, helmet, backpack with bladder hydration system and elbow, wrist and knee pads. This camp will be offered June 10-14, June 24-28, July 8-12 and July 29-August 2. Cost is $225 per week for Frisco residents and $250 per week for non-residents. Camp meets Monday-Friday from 9:00am – 5:00pm daily at the Frisco Adventure Park Day Lodge.
  • H2O Camp is a water sports camp for adventurous kids who want to explore Dillon Reservoir, while learning to kayak, stand up paddleboard, canoe and fish. Camp will culminate with a whitewater rafting trip hosted by Kodi Rafting. The Frisco Bay Marina will provide all of the necessary gear and expertise while on Dillon Reservoir. Camp H2O is open to youth ages 9-14. This camp will be offered June 17-21, August 5-9, and August 12-16. Cost is $280 per week for Frisco residents and $300 per week for non-residents. Camp meets Monday-Friday from 9:00am – 5:00pm daily at the Frisco Bay Marina.
  • Girls on the Run is a program that uses the power of running to help prepare girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living. Through interactive activities, such as running, playing games and discussing important issues, participants learn how to celebrate being girls. The program focuses on building self-esteem and improving emotional and physical health. This camp is open to girls entering grades 3-6. This camp is offered July 15-July 19 from 9:00am-3:30pm at the Frisco Adventure Park Day Lodge. Cost is $235 for the week.
  • Play-Well TEKnologies Lego Camps will help kids power up their engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGOS®. Campers will apply real-world concepts in the fields of physics, engineering and architecture to engineer-designed projects such as arch bridges, skyscrapers, motorized cars and the Battletrack. Participants will design and build as never before, exploring their craziest ideas in a supportive environment. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning students to engineer at the next level; open to ages 7-12. This camp will be offered three times: June 24-28 STEM Challenge with LEGO®; July 22-26 STEM + Minecraft with LEGO®; and August 5-9 STEM + Harry Potter with LEGO®. Cost is $300 per week. Camp meets Monday-Friday from 9:00am – 3:30pm at the former Frisco Community Center (110 3rd Avenue, Frisco).

Special Needs

Parents of campers with any special need must contact the Recreation Programs Coordinator, Sara Skinner, by emailing at least ten days in advance of their child’s attendance of a Town of Frisco Recreation Program. The Recreation Programs Manager and Recreation Programs Coordinator will set up a time to meet and discuss what reasonable accommodations can be made for the camper.

Paperwork and Camp Contact

Frisco Fun Club is state licensed, and hence, there is some mandatory paperwork, which must be submitted prior to a child attending the program. Mandatory paperwork includes: a registration form, waiver packet and a copy of a child’s immunization records. Children will NOT be able to attend camp unless all mandatory paperwork is turned in prior to a child’s first day of camp. Paperwork may be filled out online by going to FriscoCamps.com. Please contact Sara Skinner, Recreation Programs Coordinator via email to ensure that all paperwork is complete.