Group Rental and Retreat Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How do we reserve your camp for our rental group?
Complete a Rental Request Form. We will contact you to discuss the details of your stay.
Q: Is Camp Como open year round?
YES! The summer months are the busy season with week long resident youth camps, but the camp is available to serve its guests 12 months of the year.
Q: Do your buildings have heat in the winter?
Yes, all our facilities are heated, comfortable and operational all year round.
Q: Is Wi-Fi available?
No, but you may be able to find areas of signal around the Camp.
Q: Who owns Camp Como?
There are nearly 40 independent Christian Churches that own and operate the camp. These churches are called “corporation member churches.” The Board of Trustees, selected from within these churches, are responsible for the oversight of the camp. Camp Como is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
Q: Can groups other than member churches use the camp facilities?
YES! The camp is used by many organizations. Contact the office for booking information.
Q: What about food service?
For groups larger than 20, we can utilize our fully functional dining hall with a staff that's eager to serve you. If you would like to do your own food service, contact us about our rental kitchen.
Q: How many people can sleep in your cabins?
Our bunk house style cabins can sleep 18 people in each cabin. Click on the Facilities page for more information.
Q: Can we bring our pet(s)?
Sorry, pets are not allowed.
Q: What’s the weather like at camp?
The weather Bureau gives these annual averages for Fairplay, 10 miles from Camp Como:
The Average July temperatures: (min./max) 41/69 degrees F.
The Average January temperatures: (min./max) 9/29 degrees F.
The Average annual snow fall: 84".
Humidity is very low in the mountains; 10% to 25% is common. It makes for a very comfortable climate at 10,000 feet.
Q: Should I be worried about altitude sickness?
Everyone feels the effects of less oxygen at 10,000 feet elevation when they are physically active. Some folks develop a headache and a few people feel nauseous. Symptoms may persist from a few hours to a couple of days. By drinking lots of water and taking it easy the first day to acclimate, almost everyone can tolerate the altitude. If you are prone to altitude sickness, your family doctor may be able to prescribe medication to ward off the more unpleasant symptoms of altitude sickness.
Q: What are the "check in" and "check out" times?
We start receiving “check ins” from 3pm to 5pm on the first day of camp and “check out” times are at 10am on the last day of camp.
Q: What do I need to bring
Q: What is CCCA?
Camp Como is a member of CCCA, which stands for Christian Camping & Conference Association.