Programs & Camps

Recreation Coordinator: Please contact Erika Petersen at or (970) 200-4149, with any additional questions or comments regarding the After School or Summer Day Camp programs.

Summer Day Camp – Registration opens on  April 1st at 8:00 AM! The Oak Creek Summer Camp provides a full day of activities focused on environmental/outdoor education, arts and crafts, individual and team sports, personal empowerment, and maintaining reading and math skills. Summer Camp is for children ages 4-12 AND entering Kindergarten – 6th grade. Camp will run Monday through Friday, from June 7th until August 13th. Camp operates from 7:30 AM until 6:00 PM.  The Recreation Family Record, Summer Camp Registration, and Required Waiver & Release, must be completed in order to register. Completed registration packets can be emailed to Erika at or dropped off at Town Hall. Registration packets will not be accepted before 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 1st.

  1. Recreation Family Record 
  2. Summer Camp Registration 2021
  3. Required Waiver & Release 
  4. Authorization for Release of Information
  5. Swim Lessons Waiver
  6. Risk and Release Form for Horseback Riding 

The Oak Creek Summer Camp will go on daily field trips in the afternoon. The Calendars below are up to date as of March 15th, 2021. Calendars are subject to change. Updated calendars will be available before summer camp starts. We are planning on splitting campers up by K-2nd and 3rd-6th. Enrollment ages and transportation may change these age groups. 

Please read the current Town of Oak Creek School Age Care Handbook. Parents and guardians must comply with the rules & regulations of the programs as stated in the Handbook regarding tuition, registration,
discipline, attendance, health, clothing and other items as specified.

Town of Oak Creek School Age Care Handbook  

After School Program: The After School Program is offered Mondays through Thursdays during the regular school session following the Soroco school calendar. Transportation is provided  via the school bus from Soroco Elementary School in Yampa to the South Routt Community Center in Oak Creek. After School participants will find themselves in a supportive environment where they can have a healthy snack, work on homework, and have opportunities for free play and arts and crafts. 

Financial Assistance: If your family needs to apply for financial assistance, there are three programs you can apply for. The Department of Human Services offers the Colorado Childcare Assistance Program (CCAP) for those who qualify. If you do not qualify for CCAP, you can apply for First Impressions Tuition Assistance. If you do not qualify for either of these programs, you can apply for the Town of Oak Creek’s Tuition Assistance Program. For more information, contact Erika at