Camping-Based Overnight Programs
KSS camping-based overnight field trips are essentially the same great outdoor and environmental education programs as our cabin-based overnight programs except students sleep in tents rather than in our dorms. Keystone Science School provides all of the necessary camping and kitchen gear. Students only need to arrive with their sleeping bag, pillow, and clothes for the program. All meals, instruction, and lodging are covered within the program costs. Each program location has its own unique benefits and is typically chosen by a teacher based on their curriculum goals, group size, and selected season.
Please note that each program is different and we accommodate a variety of program durations.
|12pm||Arrival, Lunch & Orientation|
|1-5pm||Field Day within Small Groups|
|9:30-5pm||Field Day within Small Groups|
|9:30-11am||Field Day within Small Groups|
Staff. Staff. Staff. The interaction with our students was positive and encouraging, and our students showed a willingness to learn because the staff was engaging and positive.Graland Country Day School
Colorado National Monument
Colorado National Monument is one of our more popular camping field trip locations which includes BIG views and a unique canyon and desert landscape.
Rocky Mountain National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park is full of breathtaking views and hikes through big mountainous valleys and steep jagged peaks.
Basin Voyage is a 5-day traveling program exploring the Colorado River watershed while participating in many adventure activities.
State Forest State Park
State Forest State Park is a mountainous environment is commonly known as the moose capital of Colorado.
Golden Gate Canyon State Park
Golden Gate Canyon State Park is a diverse montane ecosystem located just outside the Denver Metro area.
Summit County is a mountainous program at 9000 feet and with camping opportunities on the shores of Dillon Reservoir.
Depending on the location, students will either sleep in 3-4 person tents under the amazing Colorado sky or in rustic cabins(State Forest location only). Each campsite has a designated girls and boys camp with a short walk to bathroom facilities. Keystone Science School provides tents, kitchen gear, and sun/rain shelters.
Keystone Science School kitchen staff prepares nutritious hot meals for breakfast and dinner each day. Students will eat meals in a designated dining area. Each meal will be prepared with students individual dietary restrictions in mind. Lunch will be a sack lunch which will be made by students themselves each morning.