• Making Every Obstacle an Opportunity

    We are devoted to increasing at-risk youths’ self esteem and confidence while introducing them to law enforcement and nature in a wilderness camp setting to reduce criminal recidivism.

  • The Rendezvous is...

    Five days of camping, hiking, biking, horseback riding and river rafting in the Poudre Canyon

  • Activities

    Daytime activities include horseback riding, mountain biking, white water rafting and hiking. Nighttime entertainment centers around the roaring campfire.

  • Adventure Awaits

    Are you ready to be a part of this adventure? If you are in junior high, come from a single parent home (or otherwise considered “at risk”) and possess an adequate sense of adventure to enjoy a week in the wilderness then we are looking for you!

What is LRVR?

Help At-risk Youth Through Outdoor Activities

The Laramie River Valley Rendezvous is a non-profit organization working to bring at-risk youth in Larimer County together with law enforcement officers in an outdoor adventure camp at no cost to the campers.

When

Each Summer

The camp takes place each summer in the early part of July. This year it is July 7th-12th, 2014. See our camper application and volunteer applications to get involved.

Where

Laramie River Valley

Laramie River Valley, Hwy 14 west from Fort Collins about 60 miles, then north about 8 miles along the beautiful Laramie River.

Who we are

Every summer since 1984, Larimer County law enforcement officers working with the Laramie River Valley Rendezvous have been camping, hiking, biking, rafting and horseback riding with over 900 youth from at-risk homes in Larimer County.

The Laramie River Valley Rendezvous is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. We strive to bring at-risk youth in Larimer County together with law enforcement officers in an outdoor adventure camp at no cost to the campers. Contributions to the Laramie River Valley Rendezvous are tax deductible.

Welcome to LRVR

"A place where a kid can be safe and have fun for at least one week a year"

Unknown Camper, Summer 2004