Children’s Day Camps and Youth Sports Camps Allowed as of June 1

A link to the full guidance document provided by the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment can be found in the article below.

The Governor’s Office and Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced guidance for childen’s day camps and youth sports camps.  Both are allowed to open on Monday, June 1, 2020.

Residential overnight camps will be closed in June. Decisions for July and August overnight camps will be made in mid-June.

Children’s residential camps that choose to operate as day camps must work with the Colorado Department of Human Services and their local public health agency (LPHA) for approval.

“I know this has been a very different school year than many students were expecting, and thanks to the success of our social distancing efforts so far, Colorado kids will be able to enjoy day camps and youth sports camps this summer in as safe a manner as possible. 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,” Gov. Polis said.

Day camps, including mobile, youth sports camps, and outdoor camps, must operate with restrictions and strong precautionary measures, as specified in the guidance.

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