Summer Camp at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Pueblo County is 10 weeks of interactive field trips, engaging physical activities, and academic enrichment that fosters leadership skills and builds self-confidence in a safe, positive environment.
Our expert youth development professionals strive to provide activities that challenge members, that give members new experiences, and that allow members to let loose and have fun. Our goal is to keep summer camp engaging for your kids and affordable for you.
Review the information below to decide if the Boys & Girls Club Summer Camp is a good fit for your family. You may also schedule a tour or a visit with a member of our staff. You may also click here to review our Parent Handbook.
June 12 through August 18 (All Clubs will be closed on July 3 and 4)
7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Sprague Clubhouse (South side)
2601 Sprague Avenue
Pueblo, CO 81004
***Only 20 slots available to new members. $250 deposit must be paid to reserve spot.
East Side Clubhouse (in Risley Middle School)
625 N Monument
Pueblo, CO 81001
***Only 40 slots available to new members. $250 deposit must be paid to reserve spot.
405 2nd Street
Avondale, CO 81022
***There are no openings for new members at our Avondale Clubhouse.
A completed membership form and proof of payment must be received before your child can attend. There are limited slots for new members; your paid deposit is what will reserve your child’s spot.
Payments can be made in two ways:
2. Cash, checks or money orders can be dropped off at our Program Support Services office (635 W Corona Avenue, STE 105, 81004).
Programs & Activities:
BGCPC programs are staffed by youth development professionals who are trained to ensure Clubs provide an optimal experience for your child(ren). Click here to learn more about our programs.
All of our programming is based on the Five Key Elements of Positive Youth Development:
1. Safe, positive environment
3. Supportive Relationships
4. Opportunities & Expectations
Daily activities are provided in five core program areas:
1. Education and Career Development
2. Character and Leadership Development
3. The Arts
4. Health and Life Skills
5. Sports, Fitness, and Recreation
The 2017 Summer Camp Theme is “STEAM” Through Summer. Every Wednesday, Club members will participate in special events that focus on science, technology, engineering, art, and math.
WEEKLY OFFSITE ACTIVITIES - In addition to daily programs, the Club offers three weekly offsite activities: Swimming, Bowling, and Roller-skating. Members are required to pay and sign-up for offsite activities each week. For paid new members, weekly activity fees are included in your overall registration costs.
Snacks & Lunch:
A healthy lunch and afternoon snack are provided every day. Meal calendars will be available at the beginning of the summer. BGCPC’s meal program is offered in partnership with Pueblo City Schools and Care and Share.