Required Forms

Forms included in online registration

  • Participant information
  • Parent/Guardian Information
  • Pick-Up Authorization
  • Emergency Contact Information
  • Camper Health Information
  • Waivers

Medical forms

Other Helpful Documents

Required Forms for Off-Campus Camps

**PLEASE FILL OUT ALL FORMS REQUIRED FOR YOUR CAMP.

*Please upload to the dropbox folder that is emailed to you.

CA Adventure Seekers:

CA Adventure Seekers Water Lovers:

Beginning Horsemanship:

What to bring:

Bird Nerds:

Discovery and Adventure:

Fencing:

  • Code of Conduct
  • Membership Form
  • CampFormDenver
  • Campers should wear a t-shirt and thick pants to fence (thick sweat pants are ideal, jeans or cargo pants will work) along with athletic shoes. Campers may bring shorts to change into for outdoor activities, but for safety reasons we do not allow campers to fence in shorts.

Geoaching:

What to Bring:

  • Good walking shoes with Velcro or laces that ti:e. (tennis shoes or hiking shoes)
  • Backpack that can hold each student’s personal gear
  • Two (2) full water bottles
  • Sunscreen, Sunglasses, and/or Brimmed hat
  • Raincoat (please dress appropriate for the weather)
  • Wear comfortable clothes for hiking
  • Layers for changes in weather

Introduction to Mountain Biking

  • REI Required Waiver Forms
  • Required Gear:
    • 2 liters of water – at least two 1 liter bottles
    • Daypack to carry water, food, layers
    • Snacks
    • Comfortable weather appropriate cycling clothing
    • Personal bike – recently tuned and appropriate for class. Bring spare tubes.
    • Weather appropriate clothing

Introduction to Rock Climbing (See Rock Climbing Below)

Golden Gymnastics

registration-form

 

Kiddie Corral

What To Bring:

  • Riding or cowboy boots
  • Jeans
  • Filled water bottles,
  • Sunscreen
  • Excitement for equestrian sports!
  • Riding helmets are provided by the stables

Learn to Ride a Bike (REI)

Gear List:

REI will provide all necessary gear including bikes and helmets. If students have their own bikes, they can use them after our instructors assess them for safety and appropriateness. Water bottle, Closed Toed Shoes, Cycling Helmet, Personal Bike ‘Optional’ (Recently tuned and appropriate for class (with spare tubes) Sunscreen, Weather Appropriate Clothing, peanut-free snacks.

Learn to Sail/Little Puff: See Sailing Below

Mountain Madness

What to bring: You will receive an email the week prior to camp.

Parkour:

E-Waiver

Sailing: Little Puffs Sailing/Learn to Sail

What to Bring: Sunscreen, Water, Hat, Sunglasses, Change of Clothes, Towel, Closed-Toe Sandal/Water Shoe, and a FUN Attitude ready to learn and go sailing!

Rock Climbing:

Skateboarding

Stand-Up Paddle Board:

Water Sports:

  • Informed Consent 2
  • Please bring small day pack, sunscreen, a change of dry clothing, rain gear, swim suit, at least two water bottles, insect repellent, swim wear and shoes that can go in the water, Tevas, Chacos, etc..

Wetland Warriors:

  • Child Liability ASGD Release
    • Please bring a Daypack or backpack large enough to carry lunch (provided) and following supplies.
    • Sturdy walking shoes AND water shoes with a heel or heel strap (no flip-flops) for water exploration.
    • Change of clothes or a towel. Long pants are also helpful for hiking through tall grasses.
    • Filled water bottle.
    • Snacks to supplement lunch. Lunch is provided, but we remain so active that additional snacks are helpful.
    • Sunscreen and insect repellent.
    • Hat and sunglasses.

Wilderness Navigation and Survival Training

  • REI Required Waiver Forms
  • Required Gear:
    • 2 liters of water – at least two 1 liter bottles
    • Daypack to carry water, food, layers
    • Snacks
    • Rain gear – waterproof/resistant jacket and pants
    • Weather appropriate clothing

Wildlife Detectives:

  • Child Liability/Photo Release
    • Please bring a Daypack or backpack large enough to carry lunch (provided) and following supplies.
    • Sturdy walking shoes AND water shoes with a heel or heel strap (no flip-flops) for water exploration.
    • Change of clothes or a towel. Long pants are also helpful for hiking through tall grasses.
    • Filled water bottle.
    • Snacks to supplement lunch. Lunch is provided, but we remain so active that additional snacks are helpful.
    • Sunscreen and insect repellent.
    • Hat and sunglasses.

 

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