Camp Rosalie sits on six beautiful acres of the Pike National Forest and is made up of Lodgepole and Ponderosa Pines and large groves of Aspens. The camp has large open meadows and a small stream flows nearby. Camp Rosalie is home to diverse wildlife including elk, fox, and bats. Many small mammals and species of birds also call the camp home. Bears only pass through.
Camp Rosalie was founded in 1934 by Washington Park United Methodist Church and was passed onto Crossroads Church of Denver in the fall of 2002. Camp facilities include four camper cabins and three cabins for staff and volunteers for a maximum of 60 people. Other facilities include the lodge with full-service kitchen and dining room, the shower-house and four outhouses. The buildings are not winterized and Camp Rosalie is therefore open around seven months of the year. Recreational activities include volleyball, frisbee golf, horseshoes and teen challenge elements.
Crossroads Church of Denver Camps:
Camp Rosalie is also used by other ministries of the church including the young adults, men’s groups and open for church activities and events.
General Camp Info and Videos:
Click the image below to view some 360 degree images of Camp taken prior to spring camp.