PassportGlorieta Student Conferences

We want you and your camper to be fully prepared for your Glorieta adventure. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us directly.

Student conferences are a great way for junior high and high school students to grow in their faith, connect with others and experience God’s creation at its finest in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains

Overflowing with opportunities for your youth group to study, discuss, grow and be challenged together, this high-energy 4-day session is filled with dynamic lessons, powerful corporate worship and exciting adventure activities.

Read more about what we believe.

What to Bring

Please download the Packing List of items to bring with you to camp and items to leave at home. Please do not bring snacks. Snacks can be purchased on property.


  • Getting here: Find Glorieta's address on the Location page.
  • Arrival/Departure: Please arrive and depart on time Glorieta asks that arrival and departure times be honored to ensure the best camp experience for our guests and staff.
  • 5-day Session: Opening Day - Arrive at 1:00pm (no earlier please). Dinner will be served on Opening Day. Closing Day - Depart at 10:00am (no later please). Breakfast will be served on Closing Day.


We seek to provide an eye-opening, life-changing experience that allows every camper to encounter the Gospel individually and as part of a community. We want each student to grow closer to God and to form tighter bonds of community with their group as they learn more about the saving grace of Jesus Christ. By both bolstering and challenging each student and group, we encourage self-reflection and challenge students to examine how their actions and future decisions might affect the broad scope of eternity as they minister to others outside of church and camp.


We believe that many different experiences, including shared ones, can be the catalysts for inspired Christ-like change in students’ lives. Because of this, we want to place students in situations that allow them to engage directly and purposefully with those experiences. A few of these include:

  • Spending time in God’s breathtaking Creation
  • Listening to engaging speakers who challenge students to walk more closely with Jesus or even to know Him for the first time
  • Taking part in Christ-centered times of worship
  • Focusing on missional world-change
  • Participating in fun and friendly competitions
  • Discussing and growing together as a church group
  • Discovering adventure activities
  • Reflecting during designated small group times on what the Lord is accomplishing at camp.

You lead. We serve.

We strive to be a part of bringing about eternal Christ-like change in every guest who comes through our gates. We recognize that you, as the group leader, know what your group needs most in a camp experience. As camp is only a short scene in the greater story of what God is doing in your group, we want to assist you however possible. We welcome your input and trust your discernment.

Accommodations & Grounds

Conferences housing is well-situated in the heart of the campus. At the foot of the mountains, it is just steps away from the dining hall, Holcomb Auditorium, small group classrooms, Waterfront, adventure activities, the Coffee Shop and the Retro Snack Shop. Guys and girls dorms are in separate buildings, and each dorm room holds from 4 to 8 people with bathrooms in each room.


Our Flylines, High Five Ziptour, Climbing Grotto, and Zip Drop will be closed for summer 2017. In addition to the return of camper favorites like the Blob, we're excited to introduce amazing new activities including inflatables, a floating obstacle course and much more.

  • Rappelling
  • Super Swing
  • Crate Stacking
  • Climbing Grotto and Foam Pit
  • Bag Jump
  • BMX Course
  • Drift Trikes
  • Archery Tag
  • Redneck paintball
  • Inflatables
  • Waterfront
  • Basketball Courts
  • Volleyball Courts
  • Gaga Ball Courts
  • Mud Pit
  • Group Development

At extra cost:

Whitewater Rafting
Whitewater rafting availability is limited and is an additional $50 per person plus transportation. Contact to reserve spots.


Glorieta staff seek Christ-like change for every guest and aim to serve each group with a servant’s heart. They are trained beyond the industry standard and seek excellence in every aspect of the ministry. Glorieta hires college students from all over the country to lead camp each summer. The application process consists of a detailed questionnaire, multiple references, interviews, and background checks. In searching for the staff God would have lead your students, certain qualifications are sought: A passion for Christ and alignment with the Glorieta mission for Christ-like change are top priority. The staff members we hire enjoy students, the outdoors, and want to see God change lives through camp experiences. Everyone goes through extensive training and frequent in-service. The wilderness program is also blessed with highly qualified college graduates who are seeking a career of guiding.

Health & Safety

Food & Allergies

At Glorieta Camps we are evaluated on every aspect of our program, including our meals. Our summer menu provides high-quality, enjoyable food. During the registration process, each guest can note dietary needs in the health history section. Our food service team is making adjustments to accommodate only the most common special dietary needs. Breakfast always includes a fruit and cereal bar, which includes many gluten-free options, and we provide a large salad bar at every lunch and dinner. We require at least 2 weeks notification of dietary needs so our food service staff can make the necessary purchases and preparations. Please note: our intention is to accommodate those with health-related requirements. We do not make special accommodations for dietary preferences, such as vegan or vegetarian.

  • Peanut Allergies: To accommodate campers and guests with allergies to peanuts, we maintain a peanut-free kitchen. That being said, we require advance notification of severe peanut allergies to know if it will be necessary to remove all peanut products from our Coffee Shops.
  • Gluten Sensitivity: For those sensitive to gluten, we provide a special refrigerator and microwave oven in the Dining Hall. We stock the refrigerator with gluten-free bread and lunch meat based on advance notification. This area is separate from all other preparation areas. Although we are looking for substitutes for gluten-containing items, we do not can not boast truly gluten-free meals as we cannot guarantee that all food, cooking surfaces, utensils and serving dishes have had no contact with gluten.
  • Other Food Allergies: Upon advance notification and arrangement, campers and guests with other allergies may use the gluten-free refrigerator and microwave to store and heat food.


Safety is taken very seriously at Camp Eagle. Camp Eagle strives 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. While adventure activities hold a certain level of inherent risk, our staff is trained to provide a healthy and positive environment to experience outdoor adventure in.

Dates & Rates


Passport Dates & Rates

Check back soon for our 2018 dates and rates!

Same price for adult leaders and students

Limited scholarships are available for extreme needs. Contact for more information.

Pricing Information

Price Includes - Dorm-style Housing, Meals, T-shirt, Activites, and Conference Packet

Your payment plan: Deposit, 2nd Payment, 3rd Payment

  • The Deposit: $100 upon registration - Deposit is required to reserve your spot.
  • The 2nd Payment: Half of the remaining balance after the Deposit has been paid.
  • The 3rd Payment: The remaining balance

Cancellation Policy