Dinosaur Ridge Camps are an unforgettable adventure! Our camps keep kids moving and discovering in the incredible setting of our National Natural Landmark. These experiences are designed to foster excitement and wonder for science, art, and the outdoors while engaging in our hands-on educational curriculum.
Our small group sizes give every camper the opportunity to play, explore, and expand their knowledge. Each camp offers exploration of the Dinosaur Ridge fossil sites, hands-on science projects, as well as expert guest presenters in the fields of paleontology, geology, art, earth science, or local plants and animals.
2019/2020 School Year Day Camps!
Our day camps align with Jefferson County School District’s off-days.
Let’s get creative and see dinosaurs in a whole new light! This will be a day full of arts and crafts, dynamic lesson plans with engaging activities, a guest speaker, and hiking/outdoor fossil discovery (weather permitting)!
School Year Day Camp Sessions
- December 30th
- December 31st
- January 2nd
- January 3rd
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – January 20th
- President’s Day – February 17th
- Ages: 6-11
- Hours: 9am-3pm
- *Post-camp program available from 3-4pm for $10
Each family can only apply for one of our discounts (they do not stack). You can choose your discount at the time of registration.
- Sibling: $10 off a sibling after registering another camper.
- Multi-Camp: $10 off each camp after registering for a single camp.
Meet Your Camp Leader!
Dinosaur Ridge’s Education Manager and Camp Director, Erin LaCount, delivers fun and educational programming about paleontology all year long! Erin has worked with Dinosaur Ridge since 2002. Her fascination with all things dinosaur started young; she volunteered with the Denver Museum of Nature and Science at the age of twelve through early college where she found her passion for programs, education, and exhibit creation.