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arrive: Plan to arrive at the Rocky Mountain
Mennonite Camp (see driving directions below) between
3:45 and 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. We'll complete
your check-in and get you into your lodging. We'll have
supper at 5:30 p.m., meet the instructors, and
have a concert with our instructors later in the
You can fly
into either Denver International Airport (DEN) or
Colorado Springs (COS); see below.
to the Rocky Mountain Mennonite Camp, 709 County Road 62
in Divide, Colorado, 80814, phone 719-687-9506.
Here are directions, and a map is below.
Colorado Springs, go West on US 24 about 21 miles to
Divide. There’s one stoplight in Divide at the
intersection of Colorado Highway 67.
stoplight, turn South (left) on 67 toward Cripple
Creek. Go about 4 miles South and watch for
the "Rocky Mountain Camp" sign shortly after the
entrance to Mueller State Park. Travel 1.5
miles up on the National Forest road to the Rocky
Mountain Mennonite Camp.
If you're flying
have a friend in Denver who'll give you a ride down to
Colorado Springs or to the camp, we highly recommend you fly
into Colorado Springs. Fares into COS are
comparable to Denver's, and it'll save 3-4 hours of your
life, $100 in shuttle fees and a lot of hassle.
If you fly into COS,
we'll hook you up with someone to give you a ride up to
the camp at no charge; just let us know your flight
plans as early as you can, and definitely within two
weeks of the camp. Any later than that, and we
can't guarantee we'll have someone to pick you up.
If you're flying
into Denver (DEN)
consider flying into Colorado Springs (see above). Admittedly, the fares are
coming into DEN; Southwest has had some really
good fares in and out. They also don't charge you
for normal baggage. But it'll cost you at least an
extra 30 minutes in the airport, an extra 1-2 hours
drive time, and hitting the shuttle at the right time is
from DEN to camp is a two-step process:
If you can't
get a flight that'll get you to DEN in time to catch the
flying in on Saturday; if you can get to Colorado
Springs, we can usually hook you up with someone who
can put you up for the night.
flying in to Colorado Springs; your life will be
Springs Shuttle charges $50 each way. That $100 for both
ways, plus the reduced hassle, might just be enough to make COS a better option.
with an instrument
You can bring your instrument on board the
see the TSA writeup on it here.
plenty of other information out there; just Google
"flying with musical instruments."