2021 Registration Details

When the world changes, we need to change with it.

COVID-19 certainly brought plenty of disappointment but hidden amidst the carnage of 2020 was an opportunity for Geneva Glen. An opportunity to better align our programs to our community, to make our policies more transparent, and to serve our camper community in the best way possible.

We’ve been hard at work making small but significant changes so that everyone can hit the ground running in 2021. Here are a few of the changes we’ve implemented for the benefit of our camp family, along with an overview of all things summer 2021 at Geneva Glen.

Sessions, Dates, Rates

Seedlings and Stardust

Seedlings & Stardust

June 4 - June 6, 2021
entering 1st & 2nd grade

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Myths and Magic

June 7 - June 11, 2021
entering 2nd-4th grade

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American Heritage

June 13 - June 26, 2021
entering 3rd-11th grade

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Knighthood I

June 27 - July 10, 2021
entering 3rd-11th grade

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Knighthood II

July 11 - July 24, 2021
entering 3rd-11th grade

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World Friendship

July 25 - August 7, 2021
entering 3rd-11th grade

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Winter Workshop


New Family Registration

How to Enroll

Please read our information carefully so that you may understand how Geneva Glen enrolls campers and how we handle our wait lists. Follow this link to see our grid indicating available spots in the different sessions. Note that our wait lists are specific to gender/grade/session.

Demand exceeds our ability to accommodate everyone and the majority of the bunks for the 2021 summer have been filled. As family plans change, it’s typical for us to enroll over 100 campers off the wait list each summer. Therefore, if a session is full, but the wait list is short, we suggest that you place your camper's name on one or more of those wait lists. The teenage lists, however, are less likely to change.

To apply for the 2021 season, simply go to www.genevaglen.org/enroll

When opening the application, if the system asks for a password that you haven't set, click on the "reset password" link to proceed with the application.

Geneva Glen provides camperships and tuition assistance to many families. Information and applications are available at www.genevaglen.org/camperships

Veteran Family Registration

Summer 2021 & Winter Workshop 2020

October 5 - October 9: Application Window for summer sessions

The 2021 summer application is available at www.genevaglen.org/enroll.

Enrollment Application

Meadow Girls

Application Window

10:00 am (Mountain time), Monday, October 5 - Friday, October 9

Application window for veteran, new alum, and out-of-Colorado families - you may apply at any time during this window to be included in the first applicant pool.

Veteran Families

You can check to make sure you remember your CampInTouch password at www.genevaglen.org/forms. This is the same email and password you will use to login into the application. There will be a spot on the application to add siblings of veteran campers.

New alum and out-of-Colorado families

You will be prompted to create an account and password

Please familiarize yourself with our registration details below.

Other Helpful Links

Application Process

An amazing summer at Geneva Glen starts with your application.

As a reminder, we have a 3-step process: a camper applies for a summer program, we register them based on the criteria explained below, and then the camper enjoys a great Geneva Glen experience.

Apply (camper)      Register (Geneva Glen)     Enjoy (Yay!)

New Application Date

To provide campers, their families, and our dedicated staff more time to prepare for the excitement of summer 2021, we will begin taking applications on October 5th.

All alumni, past campers, and out-of-Colorado families that apply between Oct 5th and Oct 9th will be grouped together for the next step in our process—registration.


Registration occurs when we take an applicant and move him/her into one of our summer programs.

Like previous years, we use two criteria to determine the order in which we register applicants for our summer programs.

  1. First, we look at a camper’s application date. All campers who apply between October 5th and October 9th will be pooled together. All subsequent applicants will be given an exact day/time application stamp.
  2. Second, within each applicant pool, we then register applicants based on their previous years at Geneva Glen (“years at camp”). When there are multiple applicants from the same immediate family, we use the ‘years of camp’ of the most tenured applicant. Sorry parents, your years at camp don’t count.

Here is an example of how our registration process works: If two campers both applied between Oct 5-9, and one camper has 7 ‘years at camp,’ and the other has 6 ‘years at camp,’ the 7-year camper will be registered first.

We continue this process to fill all of our great summer sessions, and we will use this same process to build our wait list.

Plea for Flexibility

Formal health guidance and projections continue to change moment by moment. Add in the uncertainty of how individual families will make decisions for summer 2021, and there is a lot of uncertainty. Will we be able to operate at full capacity? Will we see record applications? At this point, it’s impossible to tell.

In the face of this uncertainty, there is only one thing we can all do to prepare for the unpredictable—and that’s be flexible.

This includes being flexible in your application by indicating all sessions you would potentially attend.

We promise to do our very best to accommodate every applicant’s wishes, but with limited spots (like every year) added flexibility will help us best serve our community and meet whatever external guidelines that may be in place at that time.

New Session - Seedlings & Stardust!

You asked for it, and you got it!

Based on popular demand, we are adding an exciting new session to summer 2021 to cater to the exact needs of our youngest campers. This new 3 day/2 night session is called Seedlings & Stardust and it will take place June 4th-6th, 2021.

Seedlings & Stardust is a wonderful and whimsical introduction to Geneva Glen for rising 1st and 2nd graders. It focuses on exploring the wonders of nature, introducing campers to iconic Geneva Glen games and activities, and simply learning how fun it is to be a sleep-away camper. Learn more about this exciting program in our Seedlings & Stardust video.

Complete Session Dates

The addition of Seedlings & Stardust also provides us with an opportunity to ‘age-tune’ our other sessions to ensure all our campers have a session that’s perfect for their age and familiarity with Geneva Glen.

Session Age Date
Seedlings & Stardust entering 1st & 2nd grade June 4-6, 2021
Myths & Magic entering 2nd-4th grade June 7-11, 2021
American Heritage entering 3rd-11th grade June 13-26, 2021
Knighthood I entering 3rd-11th grade June 27-July 10, 2021
Knighthood II entering 3rd-11th grade July 11-24, 2021
World Friendship entering 3rd-11th grade July 25-Aug. 7, 2021

Payment Schedule

A camper’s total payment depends on their session, but to make it easy the payment schedule is the same for all summer sessions.

A complete payment schedule for each session is outlined in the table below.

Payment Due Date All 2-Week Sessions Seedlings & Stardust Myths & Magic Trainee
Deposit Upon Registration $800 $166 $300 $2000
Payment 1 February 1 $800 $166 $300 $2000
Payment 2 April 1 $800 $166 $300 $2000
Total Tuition Paid $2400 $498 $900 $6000
Financial aid is available for those families needing assistance with tuition payments. You can find more information and apply for our "camperships" at: www.genevaglen.org/camperships.

Camp Closure Policy

While we've always had a closure policy, it unfortunately took the limelight in 2020. We also modified that policy mid-pandemic to make it even more camper-friendly. And while we hope we never have to use it again, here are the details of our closure policy.

In the event any of our sessions are unable to open due to world events, natural disasters, global pandemics, or any other reason, Geneva Glen will refund all program payments except for each registrant's non-refundable deposit (please see these amounts in the chart above). Quite frankly, keeping these deposits helps ensure the long-term survival of Geneva Glen in what would be very difficult times.

Similarly, if a session is forced to close after it has started, Geneva Glen will refund each camper one-half of their tuition. If we are forced to close after a session has begun, we’ve already spent tuition dollars stocking the pantry, hiring staff, building programing, opening and equipping cabins, and completing everything else that goes into running a successful session. Refunding half of each camper's tuition is our way of helping families out in what would be very bad circumstances.

Camp Closure Amount Refunded
Prior to session start All tuition paid less deposit
Closed on 1st day of session or later Half of tuition paid

That’s what happens if Geneva Glen is forced to close. Now what happens if a camper needs to cancel their registration?

Camper Cancellation Policy

Things happen. We understand.

If a camper cancels their registration up until January 31, 2021, all money paid is fully refundable, minus a $100 processing fee.

Cancellations received on February 1, 2021 or later, the portion of tuition that is refundable depends on exactly when a camper cancels their registration, and this refund schedule is outlined in the table below.

This sliding refund scale exists because of the reality that, as summer approaches, we have increasingly made investments in anticipation of each camper attending and we must cover those costs for the health and longevity of Geneva Glen.

See the chart below for our complete refund schedule.

Cancellation Received Amount Refunded
On or before January 31 Full refund less $100 processing fee
February 1 through March 29 Full refund less the deposit
March 30 until start of session Refund of half tuition
Start of session or later No refund

12th Grade Campers

One question we have received is whether or not Geneva Glen will change its policies to allow rising high school seniors to attend summer programs in 2021. While we wish we could accommodate that request, our facilities simply do not have the capacity to allow for that change.

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