Welcome to the Doubletree – Colorado Springs!

Attending UDA Camp will ensure your team shines bright all year long! Below you will find information and tips to prepare you for your camp experience. We are so excited for you to start your season with UDA!

Release and Waiver Form
Camp Dates & Pricing

Location Tips

  • Newly renovated rooms, outstanding service, and spacious indoor A/C facilities great for learning dance curriculum
  • Admire views of Pikes Peak and Cheyenne Mountain during your stay
  • Guest rooms feature king or queen-sized beds and Wi-Fi with complementary parking along with a 24-hour fitness center, pool, and hot tub for your team’s enjoyment
  • Both UDA and NDA Camps held here
  • Rooms, meals, and Camp facility all under one roof with a short walking distance at the beautiful hotel
  • Meals are catered with a great variety of food
  • State Director: Brooke Hoepfner | bhoepfner@varsity.com | 866.725.2307

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Testimonials from Camp

"'The staff was amazing. Very energetic, talented, knowledgeable and attentive. Alex is a great Head Instructor. Hotel is nice, safe and clean. Event was on time and well organized. Gloria is wonderful. Classes were perfect for levels-challenging enough while also setting the dancers up for success. We enjoyed Drills to Skills. Dancers went in to those classes a little apprehensive, but then came out saying, “Coach! Watch this!” showing off their new skills. -Arapahoe'"
"'The experience our team receives is very important and we had a good overall Camp experience. The staff was sweet, read the group well and taught accordingly. We look forward to returning to Camp next year.” – Lori from Bayfield'"
"'The entire staff was extremely upbeat and positive throughout the camp. We liked the more challenging choreography offered and the knowledge of the instructors in their different areas and styles. We are excited to bring home and implement some of the strategies and techniques we learned at camp as well as the routines we have come away with. - Carlsbad'"

Camp Notes

2020 Camp Theme

Get ready to be a SUPERHERO! This year during Crazy Night, get wild with your team as you participate in a variety of team-building activities and games.

What to Bring

To make sure you have the BEST camp experience possible, check out the list below to make sure you are bringing the correct items for day-to-day activities!

Prior to Camp :

  • Be sure to camp your camp music by downloading the Clementune app.
  • Team Up for St Jude Fundraising Letters: Bring at least 5 letters to camp and receive a collectible Team Up for St. Jude pin! To find out how to complete these forms and to learn more about St Jude go to https://uda.varsity.com/Camps/St-Jude.
  • Completed Medical Release Forms for each person (this includes advisors, chaperones and coaches) are to be brought to the registration table at camp. We must have the original copy. DO NOT send Medical Release forms to the office. You can find these forms at https://uda.varsity.com/Camps/Required-Forms.

At Camp :

  • For UDA Overnight Camps only (University locations): Toiletries such as toothbrush, toothpaste, face wash, shampoo and deodorant. Also bring bed linens (extra-long sheets, pillows, blankets, towels), a fan and shower shoes.
  • A copy of your home routine music on a CD and/or in mp3 format to be played on a smartphone. Please bring a backup CD. You may also bring a CD player/soundsystem to practice camp routines. For more information on home routine music guidelines go to http://varsity.com/music.
  • Five addresses for family and friends! During teamleader time, your team will receive the Team Up for St. Jude letters! By turning in five addressed letters at camp, you will receive a collectible Team Up for St. Jude pin!
  • Water bottle (for each person)
  • Spending Money (optional). Most participants bring $50 – $55 for snacks, apparel, souvenirs, etc.
  • Sunscreen, lip balm, medications for muscle soreness or headaches (Tylenol, aspirin, etc.). Varsity is not allowed to administer any kind of medication at camp. Most camps have first aid personnel on duty.
  • Optional decorating supplies for spirit sticks and dorms. Please check with your State Director on dorm rules regarding decorating.
  • NOTE: If your team is commuting to camp (which means you are receiving instruction only), meals are NOT provided. Be sure to bring your meals or money for meals. You may purchase your meals at some locations.

What to Wear

  • Dance attire (t-shirts, shorts and tennis/dance shoes). Most teams wear matching outfits. This is NOT required but is a good way to identify you as a group. Whenever possible, please mark all belongings by name and address. Please make sure to bring shoes for BOTH feet!
  • Uniforms (may be worn during evaluations if desired but are not required).
  • Crazy Night : Make this summer “WOW” with our SUPERHERO theme! Get creative with masks, capes, gloves, boots, leggings, headgear and much more. Or, honor the hometown heroes in your community and dress up like a firefighter, doctor or anyone who inspires YOU!