Day Camps for the Kiddos!

Want an amazing family vacation?  Breckenridge is a great destination.  Other than the world class skiing, Breckenridge offers activities that not only explore the region’s natural environment, but are fun for the whole family.

Several of the interactive options range from a 2500 foot long roller coaster, dog sledding tours, ice skating, sleigh rides and art.

If you’re interested in having your younger children participate in a vacation day camp there are programs that feature fun, constructive, hands-on activities that host a variety of adventures and signature experiences.

With all that Breckenridge has to offer, it is no surprise that they even have great day camps for kids!

*We advise you do a little pre-planning and make the appropriate reservations when interested in any of the camps for kids.

Here are some great recommendations:

Breckenridge Mountain Camp


Breckenridge Mountain Camp Mini Camp provides fun, affordable daycare for Saturdays and Summit County Schools’ no-school days. Campers are split into two groups with age-appropriate activities tailored just for them.

NOTE: Saturday Mini Camp requires a minimum of 3 campers enrolled by noon on the Thursday prior to the camp for it to run. If a Saturday Mini Camp is cancelled due to low enrollment, parents are notified by Friday morning prior to camp.

Breckenridge Rec Center


Breckenridge Rec Center provides year round opportunities and serves children of all ages, from infants to teens.  There are a number of offerings, please see their online brochure.

In addition to their rotation of year round activities, the Rec Center offers a variety of summer sports camps like, Adventure Camps, Wild Child Wilderness Camp (Ages 7-12), G.I.R.L.S. on the Summit Wilderness Camp (Ages 7-12) and Mountain Bike Camp (Ages 8-13).

Woodward Copper


Woodward Copper is designed as an action sports training ground attracting folks from around the globe from the top pros to anyone interested.  Offering Freestyle lessons to youth ages six and up, introductory and drop-in sessions for those eight and up, but they also offer programs for those as young as one year of age!

If you’re looking for a place to tire the little ones out, stop by and let them practice until their hearts content by doing flips and jumps on trampolines and foam pits, and even practice some on snow.

For more on some of the best day camps in the area click here.