Sanborn Western Camps/Colorado Outdoor Education Center

Sanborn Western Camps/Colorado Outdoor Education Center

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  • News from Camp: February 1, 2017

    Although we haven’t had a lot of snow this month, it has been pretty cold and wintry here at Big Spring and High Trails. Elk, deer and Ninja Squirrels have heavy coats and seem to be staying warm through the season. Two deer are hanging out in one of our open storage sheds, sometimes startling [...]

  • News from Camp: January 1, 2017

    Happy New Year to all of our friends across the world. As we reflect on the happy moments and blessings of 2016, we are so grateful for the wonderful campers, staff members, friends and alums who are such an important part of our lives. And, as we look ahead to 2017, we are especially excited [...]

  • Family Time, Game Time

    This afternoon was our annual COEC holiday luncheon. We get together and sit around the tables at The Nature Place to enjoy good food and the fellowship of our coworkers. As Mike said, “we all work together, yet sometimes only see each other in passing or on this day”. The ranch is big and our [...]

  • News from Camp: December 1, 2016

    Winter cold has crept into the Ranch even though we still have lots of sunny days. Our snow-covered fields are beautiful and it definitely looks like December around here. The animals which have not gone into hibernation have been pretty active in the center of camp. There are always rabbit tracks in the snow, and [...]

  • News from Camp: November 1, 2016

    We have had a long and beautiful Indian Summer, with golden and red aspen trees lasting into late October. The temperatures are dropping a bit now and the mornings are chilly, but the sun is creating a lot of warmth during the day. We have not had a snowstorm yet, but know that it cannot [...]

  • News from Camp: October 1, 2016

    We are enjoying spectacular Indian Summer days here at camp. The golden Aspen are at their peak and are stunning against the bright blue sky. We’ve been spying on the herd of elk at Potts Spring and have also seen deer, porcupines, wild turkeys, bobcats, and, of course, the fat black Abert squirrels. Many of [...]

Sanborn Western Camps/Colorado Outdoor Education Center

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Type: Blog Article

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