Hesperus Camp
Sunday, March 07, 2021

2020: Pricing & Details



February 7-9, 2020


Registration (On or Before January 24, 2020): Campers & Sponsors: $105

A $25/person deposit is required to reserve space.  No minimum group size required. Sponsor to Camper ratio of 1 to 10 is requested per gender. Price includes meals, lodging, program, activities, and T-shirt. Campers may invite guests to meals. Please notify camp office or kitchen one day before; guest meals are $8 each.


Arrive: Friday -  5:00 PM registration at the Animas Float Shop.

Depart: Sunday 11:00 AM.
Event Schedule


Speaker:  Ryan Young
Ryan has over 20 years’ experience in student ministry. He has a passion to pour Truth into lives and to point people to Christ. Ryan, is the founder of M516, Inc., an evangelistic ministry that allows him to travel and speak across the nation. He has been married to his wife Karistin for 18 years and has two children, Annslee and Cross. His life verse is based out of Matthew 5:16, which says, “In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”  You can connect with him on Facebook and @RyanYoung516 on Instagram and Twitter.

Worship:  Chris Copeland


Chris has been serving the Church in varying capacities for the past 20 years, most recently as a full-time music evangelist traveling the country leading worship for revivals, youth & children’s camps, Disciple Now weekends, music supply, and any other opportunity the Lord provides to serve His people.  Chris has a heart to make much of Jesus and to lead others in response to the revelation of who God is.  Chris has been married to Julie for fifteen years and they have three wonderful children: Carsten, Michael, and Shelby.  You can connect with Chris Copeland Ministries, Inc. on Facebook and Instagram.



Tubing/Sledding, Tandem Zip Lines, Snowshoeing, Recreation Room (Ping Pong and foosball), Durango Rec. Center (swimming, climbing wall, basketball, racquetball, game room)

What to bring

Bible, notebook, pencil, flashlight, sleeping bag, pillow, flashlight, toiletries, sunscreen, tube or sled, ski-type clothes, warm clothes (extra socks), snow boots/shoes, warm coat, warm hat, warm gloves, spending money for t-shirts and concessions.  (Remember: You will need extra clothes to change into if you get wet.)

What NOT to bring 

Drugs (unless prescribed by a doctor), alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, fireworks, firearms, electronic devices.


Individuals need to sign up with their church, who will then reserve the spaces for the number of people in the group.  Click here to go to the Event Registration Page where you will find the forms you need for this event.

Medication and Dietary Needs

All medications (both camper and sponsor), whether prescription or over-the-counter must be checked in upon arrival and administered by certified staff; exceptions provided upon request for rescue inhalers and Epi-Pens.  For specific dietary restrictions due to medical conditions please bring a doctors note.