For more than two decades, Camp 911 has been empowering kids with vital safety knowledge, decision-making skills and practical techniques to handle emergencies. Hosted by Eagle County Emergency Services, Camp 911 is an action-packed opportunity for children to explore safety education while enjoying a day filled with fun and excitement. Two days of camp are offered: June 14 at the Edwards Field House and June 28 at the Gypsum Rec Center.
Kim Greene, the injury prevention specialist at Vail Health, expressed her enthusiasm for this essential community event.
“We’re thrilled to host Camp 911 again this summer. It’s such an important event for kids in our community. Not only do they get the chance to learn what emergency services do and how they can be safe, but they also get a full day of fun,” she said.
Camp 911 is designed for children aged 9 to 11 and offers a range of engaging, camp-style activities. By the end of the day, participants will have gained invaluable knowledge in first aid and CPR, traffic and fire safety, backcountry survival, self-defense and more.
Camp 911 Empowering Kids
Visit MountainRec.org/program/specialty-camps to register online.