Camp Granite Lake is a small, family-owned, co-ed sleepaway camp just one hour from Denver at 9000ft in the mountains. Our 135 acres and private 8-acre lake offer campers an incredible choice of fun traditional, arts, and lake-based activities in a non-competitive, screen-free community.
We offer 20-day Traditional sessions for 2nd-9th grade campers, or 5-day introduction Mini-Camps for 1st-4th grade campers.
A Session at Camp Granite Lake
with new friends and staff
from screens and social media
at our rustic mountain property
with caring, thoughtful staff
be a part of something bigger
gain independence & confidence
laughter, music, and joy
learn in challenging activities
Camp Granite Lake?
We focus on creating a kind, inclusive, welcoming and supportive camp community with positive peer connections and well-trained counselors as role models. We allow kids to reconnect with nature, disconnect from technology and have fun choosing from over 20 different activities around camp.
Camp Granite Lake is so much more than just a place where kids go to stay busy during the summer. CGL is about learning to navigate relationships, gain independence, and make new friendships all in a safe and supportive environment. There is a culture of kindness, respect, and inclusivity that is felt throughout the entire camp. And of course there is also so much fun! Our kids have loved their summers at camp, and can’t wait to go back each year!
– Julie, parent of two campers in 2022
Camp Granite Lake is a magical place. They focus on recruiting and hiring incredible staff that support every camper. Each summer, my kids have fun, they grow, and they come home happy, self-assured and eager to go back!
– Allison, Parent of two campers in 2022
We cannot say enough about how much our son loved Camp Granite Lake! The activities were amazing, he found a new love for rock climbing and became a fort building president. He made amazing friendships with some really great kids and counselors. CGL is awesome for parents, too. They answered questions before we knew we had them. I felt my child was safe, well cared for, and learned a lot about himself in 3 weeks.
– Janelle, Parent of one camper in 2022