School Retreats at Glorieta

Give your students an experience they'll talk about long after they've left your classroom! Bring them to Glorieta Camps for a group retreat centered on outdoor adventure, authentic relationships and Biblical truth.

For a kindergarten through college-aged class, we can create a custom getaway that allows you and your students to connect and grow together, surrounded by the beauty of the Southern Rockies.

On Site School

Programs at Glorieta

Experience our Rocky Mountain campus located in the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains of New Mexico. These experience based programs are designed to enhance student's educational experience. We offer retreats centered around backpacking, service projects, outdoor education, and even certifications for your students.


  • Zip Drop
  • Fly Lines
  • Drift Trikes
  • Terrain Park
  • Rappelling
  • Bouldering Gym/Foam Pit
  • Group Development
  • Crate Stacking
  • Super Swing
  • Shooting Range
  • Archery Tag
  • Redneck Paintball
  • Coffee Shop

Sample Schedule

Day 1

  • - Arrive at Glorieta Camps
  • - Morning Activity
  • - Lunch
  • - Hiking/Free Time/Programmed Class Time
  • - Dinner
  • - Evening Activity
  • - Bonfife with S'mores

Day 2

  • - Breakfast
  • - Morning Hike
  • - Free Time/Programmed Class Time
  • - Lunch
  • - Afternoon Activity
  • - Dinner
  • - Evening Activity

Day 3

  • - Breakfast
  • - Morning Hike
  • - Free Time/Programmed Class Time
  • - Lunch
  • - Afternoon Activity
  • - Pack Up
  • - Leave Glorieta Camps

Health & Safety


Safety is taken very seriously at Glorieta. In fact, Glorieta exceeds the annual requirements set by the State of New Mexico. Glorieta goes to great lengths to ensure that every activity from low elements to high ropes, zip lines and fun challenges are properly created, installed, facilitated, and maintained. In addition, the facilities are inspected and certified annually by qualified third party organizations to ensure the safety of each and every camper. While adventure activities hold a certain level of inherent risk, our staff takes precautions above the industry standard to reduce the chances of injury.


Glorieta has many certified Wilderness First Responder (WFRs) on staff who are out and about Camp during your stay. This nationally recognized certification is specially designed to deal with illness and injury in remote locations. Minimum summer staff requirements include: American Red Cross Lifeguard and First-Aid training and certification, CPR for the Professional Rescuer certification, ropes training, and courses in handling sexual harassment or child abuse cases. Our medical protocols meet national standards and are routinely examined and approved by local E.R. doctors who serve as our medical advisers.

Food & Allergies

At Glorieta Camps we strive towards excellence on every aspect of our program, including our meals. We provide meals that are designed to support the level of activity that is demanded for program participants and give quality fuel to the body. For all indoor Dining Hall meals, cereal is offered at breakfast and a salad bar is offered at lunch and dinner to compliment the main dish. Most meals are served at the main Dining Hall (Family Camp: Aspen Cafe/Day Camp: Picnic Area), along with special outdoor meals prepared in conjunction with various program experiences.

We desire to serve our guests well by meeting many dietary needs to ensure their ability to feel good and perform well throughout the duration of their adventure experience. Glorieta will prepare and provide one meal alternative at each sitting that accommodates the following: gluten-free & vegan. These requests can be made by guests during the registration process for a small additional fee.


On Site Programs

On site programs are custom fitted to your school, and cost is dependent on lodging and activity options; please contact us for a quote

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