Recreation
The Tire Traverse is a very physical activity that requires close supervision.
The Fidget Ladder is an element on Beaver Creek's Adventure Course that young children find easier than college students.
Canoeing is no longer offered as a Christian Camp activity, however several outfitters and guides in the South Fork area provide water based adventures that our retreat guests may take advantage of.
Led by an off campus concessionaire, horseback riding was the most popular activity during Beaver Creek's 2016 Youth Camp season. There are several wranglers in the South Fork area who will be happy to set up 1 hour, half or full day rides for retreat guests.
King's Finger is an element of the Adventure Course that requires concentration and teamwork.
A simple log is one element of the BCYC's Adventure Course that is available to all campers and guests.
Getting the ball through BCYC's teamwork maze is difficult when you can see, let alone blindfolded. This activity is available year around and may go indoors in cold or wet weather.
The volleyball net goes up in the spring and comes down in the fall. While it's up, the volleyball court is one of the most popular areas at Beaver Creek. The cement half-court basket ball area is also popular as are badminton and tetherball. Beaver creek also has a rather rugged baseball diamond and soccer field.
Beaver Creek campers enjoy team and confidence building activities on the Adventure Course. Retreat guests may also use the course. Please call (719) 873-5311 for more information about this activity area.
Beaver Creek has 11 mountain bikes that are part of its youth camp program. The bikes are also available to retreat guests.
Cornhole is a popular free time activity for Beaver Creek Youth Campers as well as retreat guests. Horseshoes are also available.
Archery instruction moved onto Beaver Creek's campus in 2016. There are also archery outfitters around South Fork that will provide equipment and instruction for families and groups.
Beaver Creek's 9-cage Disc Golf course is a program area for Youth Camp and is open to retreat guests in spring through early fall.
Hotdog roasts are usually held in the campfire area but occasional rainy or windy weather will move them into the Rustic Lodge.
Songs, skits and, of course, s'mores are all part of the fun at Beaver Creek's campfire area.
Several hiking trails start in or near Beaver Creek Youth Camp & Christian Retreat. In 2015 Beaver Creek developed an interpretive nature trail that begins on campus and goes into this beautiful meadow that is a short hike from BCYC's core area.
A game room with pool table, foosball, ping-pong and more is upstairs in the Rustic Lodge.