Rocky Mountain Christian Camp

July 15-22, 2023

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RMCC Registration 

RMCC Dates: July 15-22, 2023

Registration for RMCC will open on April 14, 2023 at approximately 7:00 PM.  There will be a link to the registration site provided here when registration is open.

Register Here 

Upon Registering, you will receive a receipt from Lord of Life Lutheran School.

What you will need in order to register:

The Cost for camp is $200 per camper and Junior Counselor.  

Campers are children entering grades 6-9 in the fall of 2023.

Junior Counselors are children entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in the fall of 2023, or just graduated high school in the spring of 2023.  Junior Counselors need to have previous camp experience in order to register. (no exceptions)

About RMCC

Rocky Mountain Christian Camp (RMCC) is a week long camp held every year during the month of July. The camp is located at Printer Boy Campground near Turquoise Lake in beautiful Leadville, Colorado.

The camp is organized and operated by members of churches and schools within the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS).

While at RMCC campers learn how to set up camp and prepare meals, participate in individual and team games and sports, enjoy fun and fellowship with kids and teens just like them, and most importantly learn more about their Savior, Jesus Christ, and His love for them.


Plans for RMCC 2023 are underway and we are excited to be able to have a normal camp this year.  In 2022 we were forced to function at a limited capacity.  RMCC 2023 will be open to full capacity!

You're Registered.  Now What?



      Items to bring

Summer 2022 Camp Open/Close Schedule:

RMCC History

Rocky Mountain Christian Camp (RMCC) began in 1969 as a week long summer youth camp to serve WELS congregations in the Colorado area. That first camp had 70 total campers. Its permanent location became Printer Boy Campground near Leadville Colorado in 1976. Currently the camp fills up each year with 150 campers, both Junior Counselors (grades 10-12) and Campers (grades 6-9). More than 35 adults help run the camp. The campers benefited from spiritual growth through Bible study and devotions; from Christian fellowship in the great beauty of the Rocky Mountains; from sports, swimming, relaxation, fun, music, and hiking one of Colorado’s highest peaks.


Josh Glowicki


Rev. Brett Krause



c/o Lord of Life Lutheran Church

12021 Northaven Circle

Thornton CO 80241-3643

 Support RMCC

Please consider making a donation to RMCC. Your gifts are greatly appreciated.