LOCATION AND FACILITIES

Where is X10 Colorado Lacrosse Camp?

X10 Colorado is located at the Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs, CO.

Seven miles from Glenwood Springs, Colorado, on the road to Aspen, Roaring Fork Campus-Spring Valley offers incredible views of the Roaring Fork Valley, from Mount Sopris to the Continental Divide above Aspen.

In addition to natural attractions, the Roaring Fork Valley offers a full schedule of arts and music, community theater, dance, winter events and galleries.

What are the facilities like at X10 Colorado?

Campers will being utilizing Gates Soccer Park for lacrosse training. These five impeccable collegiate-sized fields are neatly cut and lined, a premier playing surface of blended bluegrass and fescue.

The view from Gates Soccer Park has been called the “Best view from a center circle in Colorado.”

With residence halls available for bunking and a full-service cafeteria, Colorado Mountain College is ideal for X10 Colorado Lacrosse Camp!

What if my child needs medical assistance?

X10 has an athletic trainer from a major university on site at all times.

As we will be utilizing CMC there is medical staff on campus and the Glenwood Springs Valley View Medical Center is minutes down the road.

 

ENROLLMENT & ELIGIBILITY

How many campers attend X10 Colorado?

X10 Colorado is a co-ed camp limited to a total of 100 campers, with campers entering 5th through 10th grades.

What level lacrosse players attend X10?

This is a camp for athletes of all abilities who are passionate about lacrosse and who are looking to spend time working to elevate their game.

What if this is my child's first experience at sleep away camp?

Counselors receive special training on keeping campers engaged and having fun at all times.

If campers are taking the bus they are sought out and made sure to have a bus mate from their cabin to get to know on the way up. When campers arrive on the first day counselors spend time playing getting to know you games and establishing cabin expectations.

The Bocklets' and counselors have plenty of experience with first time campers and know just the right amount of special attention needed in these situations.

 

LACROSSE TRAINING

Do you use a unique, lacrosse-specific training programming?

Yes! With an emphasis on lacrosse development, athletes spend the majority of the day on the field playing hard, having fun, and developing a stronger, better, smarter game.

Our drills and teaching techniques offer a cutting edge approach to training, with a specific focus on breaking down all concepts of position and team play for the developing athlete.

Do goalkeepers receive specific training?

Campers interested in separate goal-keeping sessions should indicate so on the camp application.

Goalkeepers are on a different training track than field players. Some of their instruction will overlap with the field players. They will train together with the field players to develop necessary skills and field awareness, but also receive specialized instruction in goal-keeping techniques and tactics.

Goaltending training will consist of angle play, approach to the ball, communication, clearing, and leadership skills.

 

LIFE AT CAMP

Who are the counselors at X10 Colorado?

Director Matt Bocklet personally hires all X10 Colorado staff. Counselors are generally male and female professional or collegiate players that Matt and Casey have either played with or coached themselves.

What are the accommodations at X10 Colorado?

Campers stay in the Colorado Mountain College residence halls while at camp. There will be 4 campers to a room with 1-2 counselors within close proximity of each room.

How is the food at camp?

The food at X10 Colorado is nutritious and delicious – and there is plenty of variety at each meal so campers and staff always have lots of choices.

We have a vegetarian and salad bar available at every lunch and dinner and fruit is served at all meals. Any food allergies and dietary restrictions must be indicated in your health form but are addressed and accommodated as needed.

What is a typical day like?

While every day at X10 is unique and full of surprises, the days do follow a common structure. On a typical day, campers participate in three Lacrosse-specific periods and two activity periods.

The session allows plenty of time for lacrosse, and so we break up the program with special days, fun, and special events.

Here is the “typical,” daily schedule at X10 Colorado :

7:30am                            Wake-up
8:00am-9:00am              Breakfast & Room Clean-up
9:00am-11:00am            Lacrosse I - Skills
11:00am-12:00pm          Activity I
12:00pm-12:30pm          Lunch
12:30pm-1:30pm            Room Time
1:30pm-3:00pm              Activity II
3:00pm-5:00pm              Lacrosse II - Tactics
5:00pm-6:00pm              Dinner & Free Time
6:00pm-7:30pm              Lacrosse III - Games
7:30pm-9:00pm              Snack & Evening Activity
9:00pm-10:00pm            Room Time, showers, lights out

What activities does X10 offer?

Campers will also enjoy exploring new activities, spending time with friends, building a well-rounded character and most importantly, having FUN!

Stick Stringing
Ultimate Frisbee
Talent Shows
Slip and Slide
Basketball
Beach Volleyball
Wiffle Ball
Football                              


 





 

What happens on a rainy Day?

Colorado Mountain College has plenty of indoor gymnasium space to continue with lacrosse training and daily activities. 

 

TRANSPORTATION

What is the arrival and departure schedule for Colorado Day Campers?

Colorado Day Campers arrive between 10:00 and 11:00am on Monday and go home at 8:00pm.

Day campers will arrive at 9:00am and head home at 8:00pm Tuesday through Thursday.

Lunch and dinner is included.
 

What is the arrival and departure schedule for Colorado Overnight Campers?

Colorado Overnight Campers arrive between 10:00 and 11:00am Monday and need to be picked up at 11:00am on Friday, the last day of camp.