An extraordinary day camp experience, Launch Camp is the perfect option for kids who aren’t quite ready for a week of overnight camp, but still want to be a Sky Ranch camper. Well-trained, caring counselors lead five fun-filled days of activities and provide spiritual encouragement.
Summer Camp features exciting activities infused with character-building strategies, counselors that are incredible Godly role models, and an intentional plan - the Sky Ranch Life Map - that takes kids from being consumers of God’s word to participants in God's plan.
Sky Ranch is all about the family, offering week-long summer opportunities in Colorado, as well as weekend escapes in Texas during the school year.
Join us at one of our four locations for the perfect retreat, customized just for your group. We tailor your experience to meet your specific purpose, as our well-trained, servant-minded staff handles every detail of your experience.
Sky Ranch School Programs has been impacting lives for over 25 years, and holds a strong reputation for delivering high-quality experiences to public and private schools. By combining cutting-edge curriculum with an energetic and highly-qualified staff, Sky Ranch School Programs is impacting lives in schools across the country.
Led by World Champion Steer Wrestler, Rope Myers, Champions Rodeo Camps & Clinics combine world-class instruction, outstanding facilities, and character-building messages with a goal of developing champions, in and out of the arena.
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Sky Ranch offers a variety of programs, from summer youth and family camps, to school and rodeo programs, and more! Find a Program can help you locate what you're looking for.
This beautiful property located in East Texas offers top-notch facilities, wide-open fields and a private 90-acre lake. The home of Sky Ranch since 1975, this place has been a haven of Christian fellowship for thousands of children, counselors, retreat guests, and families over the years.
The newest member of the Sky Ranch family, Horn Creek rests at the base of Horn Peak on the eastern slope of the Sangre de Cristo ("Blood of Christ") mountain range, near Westcliffe, Colorado. Acquired in late 2015, Sky Ranch hosts Leadership Camps, Family Camps, and retreat groups at this ideal setting for bonding and relaxation.
In between Lake City and Gunnison, Colorado, Sky Ranch Ute Trail is nestled in the heart of the Colorado Rockies. Providing a host of mountain-top fun in a serene environment for spiritual refreshment, guests enjoy kayaking on Lake San Cristobal, exploring the beautiful terrain on horseback or with backpacks, and experiencing the quiet majesty of the mountains.
Part of the Sky Ranch family since 2004, Sky Ranch Cave Springs is located in the breathtaking foothills of the Ozark Mountains in Northeast Oklahoma. This 1400-acre non-denominational facility holds all the adventure of camping, yet all the comforts of home. Located in a convenient four-state area, Cave Springs provides an environment that enables guests to focus on God and free their mind of the stress of everyday life.
Sky Ranch has an active presence in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, hosting Launch (day) Camps and SkyMoms luncheons at multiple sites throughout the Metroplex. Additionally, support offices for various programs and ministries are located in the North Dallas area.
What's Happening at Sky Ranch
Learning to Love - Shey Amanns
How does one learn to love? This is the question that I have pondered innumerable times during this fellowship. I have thought, “In what ways can I love those around me? How can I best serve each fellow consistently?”
This Crazy Adventure in Community and Sanctification- Becca Paternoster
When I applied for the Fellowship, I knew that two of the Pillars of the Fellowship are Biblical Community and Spiritual Formation, yet I underestimated how much of my year would be defined by those two pillars.
The Drive- Alex Johansen
Early in the morning on the first day of 2019, I left the South Texan ranch my Dad had just gotten married at and headed back to Colorado to continue the Fellowship. I had a long day ahead of me, but had planned my day in such a way that I would get to camp at around 7pm. Not too late, and plenty of time to hang out with some people and catch up a bit. I filled up my truck at a gas station that strangely had a rooster outside, got some snacks, and started my 12 hour drive. I drove up through Texas’ oil country, and made it through Amarillo and into New Mexico with no issues. I was right on schedule.