Get your kids off the computer and into the wild. On this interactive outing, you’ll accompany your youngsters on a one- to two-mile hike. Along the way, pause at five Stop & Study stations where nature experts will lead a lesson or activity (such as crafts or a wildlife demo). Post-hike, short legs can recharge at Basecamp at Carson Nature Center with snacks, a scavenger hunt, and more.
Roll out the sleeping bags and pop open the marshmallows. The Pikes Peak YMCA's family camp includes archery, riflery, a climbing wall, and much more. Camp staffers are on site to assist with activities and to cook dinner. Sign up before September 17 to guarantee a cabin for your family. Fri 4 p.m.-Sun 2 p.m.
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