Summer 2020 Update
Due to social distancing guidelines, we have modified our plans for the summer of 2020. Here’s what’s happening:
- In-Person Adventure Quest Camps in Boulder: As of May 22nd, we have been granted approval from Boulder County Public Health to run our West Boulder camps. Both the 9-2 pm September School camps and 8:30-4:30 Eben G. Fine camps are now taking registrations. Both programs will meet at September School where we have access to private bathrooms and sinks. Please see our list of safety precautions for information about how we will be preventing the spread of COVID-19 at our camps.
- In-Person Camps in Longmont and Littleton have been canceled for the summer of 2020.
- In-person Camps at Denver Waldorf School: Denver Waldorf has decided that they will not be allowing other groups to use their facility this summer. We have been working to locate an alternate location. We will reach out to all families signed up to attend our Denver Waldorf camps by July 3rd to let them know if we will be using an alternate site or canceling our programs.
- Online Summer Camps: We are offering virtual Adventure Quest, PlayQuest and Dungeon Delver camps over the summer months (whether or not in-person camps are happening).
- Home Quests: Gather your neighborhood friends and family for a custom quest at your home, backyard, and nearby parks. We send an awesome Quest Leader to you!
What is Adventure Quest?
In Adventure Quest™, the children and teens become the heroes of an incredibly fun and dynamic quest, working together in a mythical and magical world to overcome interesting challenges, solve mystifying riddles, brainstorm unique solutions to puzzling dilemmas, and swashbuckle with foes. Participants choose mythic archetypes and powers and band together as a team to defend their village, solve a perplexing mystery, or negotiate a peace treaty. In small groups of about six children, everyone gets a chance to shine and be the hero of a mythic quest!
Wielding safe foam Swasher swords, the children play dueling games and act out challenges like fending off a bullying ogre or a thieving band of pirates, in an environment that teaches good sportsmanship, fair-play, and respect for others. Then they exercise their minds as they try to piece together the clues in a coded riddle and follow a map to buried treasure. Questers end the program feeling empowered, excited, and full of stories to tell.
Adventure Quest is offered at our summer camps, afterschool programs, holiday camps and birthday parties.
Want the ultimate Adventure Quest summer camp expererience, complete with props, costumes, trap rooms, and extra characters? Check out the Adventure Quest Overnight.
See our program calendar for a list of upcoming Adventure Quest programs near you.
Want to learn more? See our Tour of Adventure Quest and watch our video.