Camp Schedule

2019 Camp Schedule

Three cheers for Camp! The 2020 camp applications will be available soon!

Each session has a selection date, which is the earliest an acceptance will be sent to you by email.  If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact Roundup River Ranch at 970-524-2267 or via email at

Summer Camp:     Selection Date

Summer Camp 1

June 9 - 14

Congenital or Acquired Heart Disease, Heart Transplant

April 8

Summer Camp 2

June 19 - 24

Moderate to Severe Asthma, Lung Disease

April 8

Summer Camp 3

June 28 - July 3

Neurologic, Craniofacial, or Dermatologic Disorders

Epidermolysis Bullosa and Epilepsy as a primary diagnosis are served during family camp only. Currenly we are unable to serve Autism, Down Syndrome, TBI, or FAS as a primary diagnosis. 

April 15

Summer Camp 4

July 8 - 13

Sickle Cell Disease, Cancer, Brain Tumors, Blood Disorers, Acquired Immunodeficiency 

April 15

Summer Camp 5

July 17 - 22 

Liver Disease, Liver Transplant, Gastrointestinal Disorders, Celiac, EoE

April 22

Summer Camp 6

July 26 - July 31

Kidney Disease, Kidney Transplant and their siblings.

Hemodialysis is served during family camp only. 

April 22


Family Camp:     Selection Date

Family Camp 1

May 31 - June 2

Celiac, Moderate to Severe Asthma, Lung Disease

April 8

Family Camp 2

August 2 - 4

Type 1 Diabetes

April 29

Family Camp 3

August 16 - 18

Acquired Immunodeficiency

April 29

Family Camp 4

August 23 - 25

Lung Disease, Moderate to Severe Asthma, EoE

April 29

Family Camp 5

September 6 - 8

Cancer, Brain Tumors, Blood Disorders

Sickle Cell Disease is served during summer camp only.

August 12

Family Camp 6

September 20 - 22

Gastrointestinal Disorders, Liver Disease, Liver Transplant, Kidney Disease, Kidney Transplant

August 12

Family Camp 7

October 4 - 6 

Congenital or Acquired Heart Disease, Heart Transplant

August 26

Family Camp 8

October 18 - 20  

Epilepsy, Neurologic Disorders, Dermatologic Disorders

August 26


“Liam just got home from camp and was a very shy boy who didn’t like to try new things. After a week at Roundup River Ranch he realized that he could come out of his shell and try new things. He is now a changed boy! He now tells me that ‘trying new things is a good thing.’”