Schedule

We pack a lot of magic into each session. Which time is perfect for you to join in the fun?

Three cheers for Camp! Below are a list of the camp sessions we held at Roundup River Ranch during the 2017 camp season. The 2018 Roundup River Ranch camp schedule will be posted shortly. 

Family Camp:
Please note a Volunteer Orientation is included as a part of the first day of Family Camp.  

Family Camp 1 5/19/2017-5/21/2017 Celiac Disease, Eosinophilic Esophagitis
     
Family Camp 2 6/2/2017-6/4/2017 Type 1 Diabetes
     
Family Camp 3 8/4/2017-8/6/2017 Acquired Immunodeficiency 
     
Family Camp 4 8/25/2017-8/27/2017 Kidney Disease, Kidney Transplant, Lung Disease, Asthma
     
Family Camp 5 9/8/2017-9/10/2017 Cancer, Brain Tumors, Blood Disorders
     
Family Camp 6 9/22/2017-9/24/2017 GI Disorders, Liver Disease, Liver Transplant
     
Family Camp 7 9/29/2017-10/1/2017 Heart Disease, Heart Transplant 
     
Family Camp 8 10/13/2017-10/15/2017 Epilepsy, Neurologic Disorders, Dermatologic Disorders


Summer Camp:

Session 1 6/7/2017-6/12/2017 Heart Disease, Heart Transplant
Volunteer Orientation: 6/6/2017
     

Session 2

6/16/2017-6/21/2017

Neurologic Disorders, Craniofacial Anomalies, Genetic Disorders 
Volunteer Orientation: 6/15/2017

Session 3 6/25/2017-6/30/2017

Lung Disease, Severe Asthma, Acquired Immunodeficiency  
Volunteer Orientation: 6/24/2017

     
Session 4 7/7/2017-7/12/2017 Cancer, Brain Tumors, Sickle Cell Disease, Blood Disorders 
Volunteer Orientation: 7/6/2017
     
Session 5 7/16/2017-7/21/2017 Kidney Disease, Kidney Transplant
Volunteer Orientation: 7/15/2017
     
Session 6 7/26/2017-7/31/2017 Liver Disease, Liver Transplant, GI Disorders, Celiac Disease
Volunteer Orientation: 7/25/2017

To fleanr more, contact the Volunteer Team at Volunteer@RoundupRiverRanch.org or 970.524.CAMP(2267).

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“At the beginning of the week, the kids smile to be polite but at the end they smile because they can’t help but be happy, proud, and incredulous at what they’ve accomplished without realizing it” - Emily, Volunteer