The Boys & Girls Clubs provides a safe, positive place for the kids in the Steamboat and Craig communities. Our Clubs have full time, part time, and junior staff youth development professionals, who mentor, teach and play with the youth we serve.
Summer Camp 2023 FAQs:
Registration will open at 7am on April 5
Our annual membership is $25 per child
Cost is per week $70
Scholarships are available. For more information contact: Craig Club Director Tanya Ferguson email@example.com Steamboat Club Director Kristen Weese firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the front desks.
Operating hours are 7:30am – 6pm
Children must be 6 years old on their first day of camp. The lower Clubs are for children aged 6 -5th grade. Teen Center middle schoolers. Clubs are based on the grade the child is entering the 2023/23 school year
Steamboat and Craig Teen Programs are available for children entering 6th grade and higher.
You must register in advance, walk ins are not permitted.
Children do not need to attend everyday of the week, however you must pay and register for the week. Please alert staff if your child will not be at camp on a given day.
Scroll to bottom to see cancelation policy and refund policy.
Clubs Closed July 3 – July 7
Summer Camp programs include snack time, organized youth development programs, fun games and outdoor activities in a safe and positive environment with trusted adults.
Program examples: character building, financial literacy, internet safety, bully prevention, mentoring, drug and alcohol prevention, leadership activities, volunteering, rec room tournaments, guided arts & crafts, gym programs and so much more.
Craig Club – Summer Adventures
June 5 – June 9 – Big Foot Adventure Week – Learn about why and how camouflage is so important to animals in nature. Play campfire games, songs, and write ghost stories. Start our summer garden, fair projects to work on throughout the summer, and “take a hike” for new adventures.
June 12 – June 16 – Space Week – We are blasting off into a whole new universe! Join us this week to discover everything there is about space. We will have astronaut relay races, rocket launch contest, and outer space dodgeball!
June 19 – June 23 – 5 Senses Week – Name 5 things you see, 4 things you hear, 3 things you can touch, 2 things you can smell, and 1 thing you can taste. Not only is this a great calming down activity, but what a great way to experience the world around us. Koolaid painting, different slimes and playdoughs, make your own sensory book, and more to connect to our mind, body and environment.
June 26 – June 30 – Holiday Week – Join us in celebrating every Holiday this week! From Christmas to 4th of July! special art projects, Lego challenges, and so much more will help us dive deeper into the Holidays we celebrate around the world!
July 3 – July 7 – Closed all week.
July 10 – July 14 – Survivor Week – Mazes, puzzles, and scavenger hunts oh my! During this week we will be creating a “survivor” experience for the kids at the club! Kids will have to use team building and leadership skills to win the game of Boys and Girls Club survivor!
July 17 – July 21 – Fantasy Week – Open to a world of fantasy. Each day will be a different type of adventure. Pirates and mermaids, Harry Potter, Fairytales, super heroes, villains and more. Creative snacks, art projects, and maybe some magic tricks up our sleeves.
July 24 – July 28 – Ocean Week – We are heading to the great unknown. The ocean!! We will be creating our own underwater experience at the BGC! From Jellyfish art projects to save the lifeguard games!
July 31 – August 4 – Rock Star Week – The kids at the BGC are becoming Rock stars! We will be creating music with spoons, buckets, and water bottles! We will even have our very own talent show at the end of the week!
August 7 – August 11 – Way out West – We will do walking field trips to see all the fair animals, projects and maybe get some fair food! We will learn to can or make jelly to enjoy the hard work in the garden.
Steamboat Club – Summer Adventures
June 12 – June 16 – Life’s A Beach – We’ll learn how to conserve our oceans while making memories with our underwater groups – jellyfish, seahorses, starfish, manatees, sharks and whales.
June 19 – June 23 – BGC’s Celebration Week – Let’s celebrate BGC with our staff, our kids and our community. This week we will explore the non-profit world within Steamboat Springs.
June 26 – June 30 – Red, White and BOOM – Who is ready to have some Fourth of July fun? This week we will cool off with sing-alongs, outside water games, ice cream socials and friendly fireworks.
July 3 – July 7 – BGCNWC will be closed all week. **Enjoy the week off with your family and friends.**
July 10 – July 14 – Mystical & Magical Movie Characters – The fantasy and fun of a good story will engage kids of all ages, especially with a little magic thrown in. Characters from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and many more!!!
July 17 – July 21 – Wildlife Week – This is the week for animal lovers!! Join us as we explore animals around the world! We will discover their habitats and learn about their adaptations that help them survive.
July 24 – July 28 – Water World – Talk about melt-off this summer! Bring a swimsuit all week for our outside field time and other aquatic adventures!!!
July 31 – August 4 – Leave it on the Field – Everyone likes winning and wants to be on the winning team. This week the youth can learn important ways to be a team player. In order to win at team sports, players must train, practice and work together.
August 7 – August 11 – The Last Dance – The Best of the Best!!! All of our favorite activities in one week AND our summer talent show!!!
If you cancel your registration 7 days prior to the start of the program, we will provide you a full refund. If a refund is to be issued, we will send you a paper check to your address on file. This will be processed within 7 business days.
Any cancellation less than 7 days before the start of your program, is not eligible for a refund. In addition, there is no rescheduling option available.
Exceptions to the Cancellation policy include documented medical conditions or injuries, as well as medical emergencies. For an exception to be considered, BGCNWC must receive a call with an explanation of the event justifying the requested exception to the policy. That call must be received no later than 24 hours after the start of camp, for requested exceptions as a result of medical emergencies.