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Sample Prime Listing


Valley High, CO

This is a sample Prime Listing for your camp. You may include up to 400 words and 4 images. We reserve the right to edit submissions that are over four hundred words.

With a Prime listing, your camp can be included in (up to) 5 categories/pages on the site, depending on the type of camp you operate (for example, if you have a Day Camp that is also an Adventure Camp, your program will have a listing on both pages).  Your camp logo will be displayed, and there will be four direct links to your camp's website. If you do not have a website, we can link to a Facebook page or other media.

Prime listings really allow us to work on your behalf in promoting your camp program. In addition to a detailed description on, we are actively marketing Colorado camps that submit a Prime listing to schools, youth organizations, tourism outlets, on social media and more. We are passionate about organized camping in Colorado, and eager to help bring campers to your program. 


(The following text is filler to simulate a 400-word description)

A summer camp or sleepaway camp is a supervised program for children or teenagers conducted during the summer months in some countries. Children and adolescents who attend summer camp are known as campers. Summer school is usually a required academic curriculum for a student to make up work not accomplished during the academic year, whereas summer camps can include academic work, but is not a requirement for graduation.

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The traditional view of a summer camp as a woody place with hiking, canoeing, and campfires is changing, with greater acceptance of newer types of summer camps that offer a wide variety of specialized activities. For example, there are camps for the performing arts, music, magic, computer programming, language learning, mathematics, children with special needs, and weight loss.


In 2006, the American Camp Association reported that 75 percent of camps added new programs. This is largely to counter a trend in decreasing enrollment in summer camps, which some argue to have been brought about by smaller family sizes and the growth in supplemental educational programs. There are also religiously affiliated summer camps, such as those run by Christian groups and various denominations of Judaism.

The primary purpose of many camps is educational, athletic, or cultural development. A summer camp environment may allow children to learn new skills in a safe and nurturing environment. Summer camp experience can have lasting psychological impact on the development of a child.

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