Summer Camps, Activities and More!

IMG_2601Summer is just around the corner. Luckily, the Front Range is filled with fun for the whole family. From adventure camps to nature hikes to concerts in the square and movies in the park, this area is a haven for family-friendly frolicking.

MOD Moms get great discounts for many area camps and super-fun summer activities! Check out our current list, and stay tuned for updates. (Be sure to show your current MOD Moms card!)


Boulder Indoor Soccer

Boulder Indoor Sports

Colorado Conservatory of Dance

Flatirons Gymnastics

High Peak Twirlers

Mountain Kids

Updated for 2018:

A minimum of 4 week commitment required (weeks do not need to be consecutive) Students provide their own healthy snack.

When: Tuesdays & Thursdays May 29th thru August 9th*
*Please note days your student will attend in comment section when you register on-line
Time: 9:30-12pm
Ages: 3-6 yrs
Cost: $40/day or $75/2 days a week

Start Your Registration Today! 

***Mod Mom Members receive 15% discount on camp enrollment. 

Sports Performance Center by FC Boulder

Whole Body Singing 

Xtreme Altitude Gymnastics



CATS Gymnastics

Game On! Sports Camp 4 Girls

Updated for 2018: 

Game On! Sports Camp 4 Girls – 10% off total summer camp registration for Mod Moms; Multi-sport summer day camp for girls 5-14; June 4 – July 13.  

Great Play of Superior

Shalom Baby at the Boulder JCC

Thorne Nature Experience



School of Rock – Broomfield




Rock Creek After School

Superior Learning Academy


Do you own a camp? Want to partner or sponsor with MOD Moms for your camp? Do you have a favorite camp or activity? Tell us about it.



More great summer activities

ABC Climbing
Apex Movement (parkour)
Art Underground
Boulder County Agricultural Heritage Center (Free, Open Fri, Sat, Sun 10am – 5pm). Step into Boulder County of yesteryear with a tour of an old farmstead
Chatauqua Meadow Music with Jeff & Paige (Fun family friendly hike followed by great nature-themed kid music. Monday evenings from 5:30-7pm. Meet by the Ranger Station for the short hike).
Clementine Studio
Louisville Community Park Movies in the Park (with food trucks!)
MidAir Adventures (Thornton)
Sunflower Farm
Tinkermill For the builders, the makers and the creators
Wild Bear Mountain Ecology Center

Some fun area museums

Butterfly Pavillion (Westminster)
Denver Aquarium
Denver Art Museum (Kids under 18 are free everyday!)
Denver Botanic Gardens (upcoming free days)
Denver Children’s Museum (Denver)
Denver Museum of Nature and Science (upcoming free days: Sunday, May 31, Monday, June 29, Sunday, July 26, Monday, August 17)
Denver Zoo
Fort Collins Museum of Discovery
Longmont Museum
Railroad Museum
WOW Museum (Lafayette)

Bowling, mini golf and family fun centers

Boondocks (Northglenn)
Carousel of Happiness (Nederland) $1/ride!
Chippers (Broomfield) 
Coal Creek Bowling (Lafayette) 
Dizzy (Longmont) 
Fat Cats (Westminster)
Gateway Park Fun Center (Boulder)

Water Fun

Apex Recreation Center (Arvada)
Bob Burger Recreation Center
Broomfield Bay
City Park Recreation Center (Westminster)
Erie Community Center
Memory Square
Paul Derda Recreation Center (Broomfield)
Scott Carpenter Park (Boulder)


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The Date Box

Has it ever happened to you? A rare date night (or morning or afternoon) rolls around, you grab your partner, kiss your kiddos, head out the door and then … you scramble for something to do?

“So, what do you want to do?”

“Not sure, what do you want to do?”



Enter the Date Box.


Filled with 52 cards of interesting, fun, adventurous and/or romantic things to do, a few gift cards and a handful of great “babysitting coupons”, the Date Box is a springboard for quality time.

I created this for my busy husband for Christmas (thanks for the idea, fellow MOD Mom, Lisa!). And so far, when we’ve been able to find the time, we’ve enjoyed the way that it encourages us to try new things.

Some of the cards are simple (bowling, mini golf, hikes, and trail runs). Some require advanced planning and a few mouse clicks or phone calls (lectures and exhibits at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Fiske Planetarium shows, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival). Some are more active (rock climbing, scuba session, Unser Go Kart Racing). Some are free (sunset picnic at Chautauqua, walk around Harper Lake, stargazing). And some include our favorite standbys (Por Winehouse, Bittersweet, the Tattered Cover, and Barnes and Noble).

I’m a bit nerdy, so, my definition of interesting and romantic might not be your cup of tea, but that’s just it … a box like this can be tailor made for you and your loved one.

In fact, I like the concept so much, I’m making one for the kiddo.

What are some ideas for your date box?


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