|The Camping Singles is a
group of Colorado single adults who enjoy camping,
fishing, hiking, swimming, biking, sightseeing,
photography, the camaraderie of others, starry nights
around the camp fire, memorable pot lucks, boating,
rafting, hot springs, hay rides, etc...
We usually camp in designated Forest Service or State Park campgrounds within 2 to 5 hours of Denver. We usually start our camping season at the beginning of May and end our season in late September. In the off season, we enjoy holiday parties and may arrange ski trips and other activities. We welcome all single adults. Our membership currently ranges from the 40's to 60's.
|Where do we meet? We
meet at the Police Department, located at 1311
W. 46th Avenue, Denver.
|When do we meet? Generally on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm. Call for more information.|
|Dues? Dues are
just $20 a year. Calendar year starts in
|Where do we camp? We camp primarily in established campgrounds throughout Colorado. Our members provide their own camping equipment. Many of us have tents while others have RVs.|
|Camping Activities? On Saturdays we have a pot luck for breakfast and dinner for those who wish to join. Other activities may include: hiking, biking, boating, relaxing around the site, and shopping depending on the location.|
|Where can I get more
at 303-477-2337 or send an email to
How can I
can print off the application form and
mail it in. You are allowed to join us on one
camping trip before you join. Came to a meeting
to get more information. Also see other other information about the club
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