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Frisco Youth Camps & Programs

About Frisco Youth Camps & Programs

We know you’re always looking for safe and engaging kids’ activities for your kids or grandkids. Frisco has several popular options that meet the needs of many different children from ages 5-14. 

We offer a variety of youth day camps that reflect our outdoorsy mountain town spirit, with something for nearly every child. From week-long camps for kids during school breaks, to after school programs that teach new skills and push the imagination, there’s bound to be something for the kids in your life to enjoy. 

Frisco youth programs are every bit as exciting and varied, including after-school Nordic skiing , science, and hiking, to name a few.

Youth Camps & Programs


Mailing Address

PO Box 4100
Frisco, CO 80443

Frisco Fun Club (Summer Day Camp)

Registration for all Summer 2023 Programs will open at 8:00am on Wednesday, April 5, 2023 for Frisco and Copper Residents or those employed in Frisco or Copper. Registration will open at 12:00pm on Wednesday, April 5, 2023 for all non-residents.

About Frisco Fun Club

Frisco Fun Club is an exciting and adventurous way for your kids, ages 5-12, to spend their time off from school. Each week of Fun Club offers themed activities and educational opportunities. Kids who attend Fun Club spend the majority of their time outside, exploring Summit County, and participating in a combination of games, crafts, visitor presentations and weekly field trips. All kids are encouraged to bring a bike. Fun Club campers ride bikes as their primary form of transportation around Frisco. Campers are also required to wear sturdy shoes each day. Daily Fun Club activities include hiking, climbing on playgrounds, and running around. Fun Club is a great place for campers to socialize and make new friends.

2022/2023 Frisco After School and No-School Day Camp Programs

After School Fun Club

The Town of Frisco is excited to announce a new program for the 2022/2023 school year; After School Fun Club. After School Fun Club is a different program than Frisco Fun Club and will provide consistent childcare, running five days a week at Frisco Elementary School, after school. The program will mimic our summer Frisco Fun Club activities, including games, team building, crafts, sports, and more. We are excited to continue to work with The Frosted Flamingo for art activities, SnoEducation for science based activities, and the Frisco Historic Park for educational activities.

Winter Vacation Sensation (No-School Day Camp)

Winter Vacation Sensation is a state-licensed day camp program that is open to youth ages 5-12. The camp offers themed activities that offer educational opportunities on the days that kids do not have school. Our instructors lead the participants through group activities, team building, arts and crafts, and often times include local field trips to playgrounds.

Zeke’s Shredders (After School Downhill Ski/Snowboard Program)

The Town of Frisco in collaboration with Team Summit is proud to present a new flagship program, Zeke’s Shredders! This downhill ski and snowboard program will be after-school for kids aged 5-12. This is a skill building program and is not a learn to ski or snowboard program. All participants must be able to independently ski or snowboard and stop on their skis or snowboard. Team Summit will provide coaches for your child to learn new skills and enhance old ones. Your child must wear a helmet and they must have their own ski/snowboard equipment; we will not be providing rentals.

Little Vikings (Youth Nordic Skiing Program)

Little Vikings is a learn-to-cross country ski program presented by the Town of Frisco and Team Summit Nordic. The program is open to youth ages 5-12 and offers two, four-week sessions that meet afterschool at the Frisco Nordic Center. This program is non-competitive and is open to all ability levels with a focus on learning to ski and developing good classic-skiing technique.

Kids’ Night Out

Parents can enjoy a night while our staff takes the kids tubing at the Frisco Adventure Park, followed by pizza and a movie. The kids will tube from 5:00pm-6:00pm with pizza and a movie to follow from 6:00pm-8:00pm.

Registration Details

Online registration for the months of March-May for Frisco’s after school programs including After School Fun Club and Winter Vacation Sensation will open on at 8:00am on Wednesday, February 1, 2023. Please visit the registration website to view current availability and add to the waitlist. Registration for Summer 2023 programs will open at 8:00am on Wednesday, April 5, 2023.

Parent Registration Meeting Recording

Registration Help Documents

We strongly encourage you to visit the registration website (prior to registration opening) to ensure you remember your password or to create a new account. If you need help creating a new account, please view our “How to Create a New Account” instructions. If you need help with the registration process, please view our “How to Register” instructions. 

Some alternatives to Frisco youth camps & programs

Our day programs and youth camps are in high demand and they fill up quickly. (We’re talking lightning-fast after registration opens, so plan ahead). However, if you can’t secure a spot in a youth camp or program, that doesn’t automatically sentence your kids to boredom.

With several parks located around town, an Adventure Park, Nordic Center, and a Marina, there are plenty of other opportunities for kid-friendly fun. 

Also, check out our events calendar to see our upcoming kid-themed and family-friendly events.

How to register for a Frisco youth camp or program

Read more about our youth day camps and programs and how to register.

Registering children with special needs for Frisco youth camps and programs

We make every effort to provide reasonable accommodations for children with special needs. To make arrangements for your special needs child, please call 970-418-0898 or email at least ten days before your child will attend a program or camp.

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