Children’s Day Camps To Open In June, But Overnight Camps Still On Hold
posted by: Mile High Mamas
Summer day camps in Colorado are allowed to start June 1, 2020.
Gov. Jared Polis announced guidelines on Monday that give the greenlight to day camps, but residential camps must wait. The decision on whether overnight camps can open in July and August will come in a few weeks.
The guidelines require day camps to maintain physical distancing and maximum group sizes of 25 children outdoors and 10 children per room indoors. Employees must wear masks where possible, and campers must wear masks during transportation to and from the camp.
“Colorado kids will be able to enjoy day camps and youth sports camps this summer in as safe a manner as possible,” Polis said in a statement. “The risk, though less, is still very real, and it’s up to families to make the best decisions that work for them. We also appreciate the critical role that day camps, along with daycare, which has already been operating in as safe a manner as reasonably possible, play in supporting working parents.” -NPR
Summer Camp Guide
So, where does that leave Mile High Mamas’ summer camp guide? Stay tuned to our summer camp landing page because we will be regularly making updates about how Denver’s summer camps are adapting to the changes.