Winter Camps provide a refreshing retreat for students in grades 3-12. Each two-night Winter Camp features solid teaching from God’s Word, invigorating worship, lots of delicious food, and a bunch of fun activities and games. Camp Elim is a place where old friends reconnect and new friendships are forged. Our top-notch counselors and staff work hard to ensure that every camper feels safe, included, loved, and that everyone can be encouraged and challenged by the Good News of Jesus Christ!
Grades 3-6 / Grades 6-8
February 14-16, 2020
SimulCamp is a weekend with two separate and distinct programs running simultaneously: one for grade school campers (grades 3-6) and one for middle school campers (grades 6-8). Housing, chapels, and activities will all be separated by age group. For parents with students in both age ranges, that means you only have to make the drive to Camp once this winter!
Bring a Friend
Bring a friend who has never been to camp before and you each save $5. For each additional new camper that you bring, you save another $5 as well as them receiving the original discount.
Pay in Full
Register and pay in full for a weekend winter camp before October 1st and take $15 off the total cost. After October 1st pay in full before January 1st to get $5 off the total cost.
Check-in takes place at Camp Elim from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Friday evening. Please do not expect to check-in before then. If you must arrive after 8:00 p.m., please call ahead to make arrangements.
Check-out on Sunday is at 1:30 after a short video of the weekend. Arrangements for your camper to get home must be noted in the Camp Office if you are not planning to pick him / her up yourself. We are unable to arrange rides home through the Camp Office.
Please do not pick up your child before 1:30 p.m. without making arrangements in advance. Our staff leaves by 3:00 p.m., so do try to be here before that time.
What To Pack
Several changes of warm clothes
Clothes for messy games
Money for snacks/souvenirs
What Not to Pack
No knives or other weapons
No phones; if a camper needs to contact a parent or guardian, they can come to the office.
No electronics, such as music players or games. Our goal is for campers to "unplug" while they're here and minimize distractions.
Don't worry about the roads to and from Camp. Teller County does a great job at keeping Ute Pass in excellent condition as well as Highway 67 from Woodland Park to Camp!
For road conditions, call 1-877-315-7623 or visit cotrip.org
For weekend retreats, all but $25 will be refunded if registration is cancelled at least one week before the retreat begins. If a cancellation is made within the one week period before the retreat begins, all but the deposit will be refunded.