Camp Colley is now open for summer 2021 enrollment. Parents with children between the ages of 8-14 as of May 31, 2021 may be able to enroll for as little as $10 by visiting the Camp Colley website, completing a camper enrollment form for each participant and choosing which session the camper will attend. Registration and more information is available at http://www.campcolley.org/our-camp/sessions/
Camp Colley, the City of Phoenix’s summer camp, is managed by the Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department and is funded and operated by the Camp Colley Foundation. The five-day, four-night program serves more than 450 children annually and is facilitated by well-trained staff members that are educated by career experts. Camp Colley offers activities such as: archery, hiking, canoeing, horseback riding, campfires and field games.
“Camp Colley creates experiences for campers and lets them learn and grow in nature,” says Sarah Porter, Camp Colley Foundation board chair. “Our campers are able to explore the wonder of nature and learn leadership skills, interpersonal relationships skills, confidence, self-esteem and more.”
Camp Colley is a member of the American Camp Association (ACA) and aligns their standards to the ACA, making Camp Colley one of the premier camps in the United States. Camp Colley is proud to promote inclusion and works to make sure every camper has a safe, positive and influential experience.
Camp Colley staff and campers will abide by all accepted COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
About Camp Colley
Camp Colley Foundation, a local 501(c)3, has provided underserved Phoenix children with an educational environmental experience for more than 15 years. The camp is designed for children of ages 8-14 and teaches valuable life skills while offering one-of-a-kind activities conducted by well-trained staff members. Visit http://www.campcolley.org for more information.