Winter Peak is a weekend adventure brought to you by Midpoint! Come join us for a powerful weekend away at the amazing Frontier Ranch located in Buena Vista, Colorado. This fun-filled trip will be sure to leave you with some great memories, amazing friends and faith milestones. Don’t miss out on this journey as we hike together toward a new spiritual peak!
Cost: $250 November 25-December 31, $275 January 1-January 31, and $300 February 1-Feburary 28. Online registration will close February 27 at 5p.
Cancelation Policy: Due to our payment obligations, no refunds will be given within 15 days prior to departure to camp. Sorry for any inconvenience this might cause you. For emergency circumstances, such as a family tragedy, please email the Midpoint Staff at email@example.com.
The ONE Scholarship is a free scholarship for students who do not regularly attend church and would not identify themselves as a Christ follower. This camp will be an environment where your child can be transparent, experience authentic friendships, and where they can freely explore the basics of the Christian faith with no pressure, no obligation, and no charge.
Winter Peak Scholarships: We want to do our best to make sure money is not a barrier for any student to attend camp. If you, or a friend, need financial assistance to attend camp please fill out the linked scholarship form. If you would like to pay for camp in installments please email the Midpoint Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What should I bring?
Please try to limit your students packing to one bag/suitcase. Remember, we will just be gone for the weekend and do not need bedding. Your student should be able to carry all of their belongings by themselves to their cabin in one trip.
Packing List: A sack dinner for the trip there (or eat before you come), tennis shoes, boots, swim suit (one piece for girls), flip flops, PJs, pants, shirts, undergarments, Bible, notebook, pen, a set of clothes to get very dirty in, a trash bag for dirty clothes, toiletries, medication, sunscreen, pool towel, warm clothes, a heavy coat, a reusable water bottle, a flash light, and money for snacks/souvenirs (optional). All bedding is provided by the camp. You can bring a pillow if you would like one for the bus.
Please don’t bring: anything you would be sad to lose, electronics (cameras are allowed but please leave your phone at home, you can use our phone if you need one), knives, matches/lighters, drugs, bad attitudes.
Camper Safety, Our #1 Priority
The safety of our students is always our first priority when planning any event or retreat. The following steps are just some of the ways we do our best to provide a safe experience for everyone.
• We always maintain a minimum of a 10 to 1 ratio of students to leaders
• Leaders are never permitted to be alone with a student in any situation
• All of our leaders undergo a thorough background and reference check
• Leaders undergo our Child Protection Plan training in order to provide awareness, prevention, and reporting guidelines.
• We provide our own personal certified nurse(s) and life guard(s) to care for the needs of our group
• Transportation will be provided by a professional bus company with CDL licensed drivers operating charter buses
• Partner with retreat center to ensure there are procedures for emergency situations in place
Late Arrival or Early Pickup:
Do you have a scheduling conflict that is preventing your student from coming to camp? We are happy to do whatever we can to enable them to come to all or part of camp. If you need to drop a student off late or pick them up early please fill out the attached form and email it to the Midpoint Staff at email@example.com. If you prefer to print the form and turn in a physical copy you can mail it to Attn: Midpoint Staff, Midpoint Student Ministry 3900 Grace Blvd. Highlands Ranch, CO 80126.
• Check-in will take place on the February 28 between 5:00-5:30p. Please arrive as early as 4:30p if you can. Buses are scheduled to leave around 5:45p. We will do registration in the Midpoint Worship Center (the far northeast side of the building in the gym). Please eat before coming or pack a dinner for the bus. Buses should return from camp at church around 5:00p and drop off in the main circle drive. We will update our social media sources (Facebook) with our ETA on the way home. Find us on Facebook here.
• Parent Meeting: There will be a parent meeting on March 1 at 4:30p for parents prior to the arrival of students in the chapel (the steeple building on the northwest side of campus). This meeting will recap our weekend, give you a peek into our retreat through a highlight video, and provide you with some powerful ways to follow up with your student regarding their retreat experience.
• Frontier Ranch’s Food Service team is very willing to work with your child’s dietary needs. Please make sure to list all needs during registration and we will be sure they get to the kitchen staff. As an extra level of protection our camp nurse will have a list of everyone’s allergies and dietary needs. Frontier Ranch’s kitchen is nut free.
• Medication: If you child will be taking any medication over the weekend they will need to bring them in a zip-lock bag with their name and instruction for our nurse. We will turn all medication in to our nurse during registration to distribute during meals and at night. We will announce medication times at breakfast, lunch, dinner, and at night. We will do our best to get your student their medication at these times but ultimately it is the responsibility of the student to come to the nurse during these times. Please remember to pick up your medication after camp.
• Contacting Students: If you need to get in touch with your student during camp please contact the camp office at 719.395.4111.