Things To Do that are fun and exciting!

Area Golf Courses
Shining Mountain Golf Course, Woodland Park
Garden of the Gods Club

Area Golf Course Searches

Ski Areas
Skiers Guide
Ski Report

Trails Woodland Park
Local Hikes
Trail Ratings

Team Telecycle
Mountain Bike Trails

Hot Air Ballooning:
Colorado Balloon Classic
Adventures Out West
High But Dry Ballooning

Peak Fly Shop Woodland Park
Rampart Reservoir
Anglers Covey
Colorado Division of Wildlife, Fishing

Colorado Division of Wildlife, Hunting

Parks & Recreation
Colorado National Parks
Colorado State Parks
City of Colorado Springs Park & Rec

Area Attractions & Activities:
Academy Riding Stables
Academy Riding Stables of Colorado is not affiliated with the US Air Force Academy. Private riding stable.

American Numismatic Association
Dedicated to the Collection and study of coins, paper money, tokens and medals.

Ballooning Society of Pikes Peak
Colorado Springs area balloon club schedules monthly member flights “In the land that inspired America the Beautiful”.

Buckskin Joe Frontier Town and Railway
The old west cmes alive with blazing guns as outlaws shoot it out with good guys, several times a day, in this authentic 1880's Colorado mining town.

Cave of the Winds & Laser Canyon
Discovered in 1881, The Cave of the Winds is filled with spectacular limestone formation. Guided walking tours are offered year round. Special Lantern and Explorer tours are to the more adventurous. The laser canyon light show is projected on a 150 foot high canyon wall.

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is open year round and displays more than 500 animal in an unprecedented setting of Cheyenne Mountain. Special habitats are created to display many animals in their native environment.

Colorado Balloon Classic
Colorado Springs largest free event, scheduled every labor day weekend. Over 100 hot air balloons soar over the City.

Colorado Springs Children’s Chorale
Dedicated to song among children.

Colorado Springs Conservatory
A preparatory school for young performing arts

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
Experience the rich culture of the Southwest housed in an award winning, pueblo-style art deco facility. Constructed in 1936, a proud part of local history.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic
The Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra is the premier orchestra of the Colorado Springs region, serving the community with excellent musicians.

Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum
Local and regional history is displayed in the Old El Paso County courthouse

Colorado Springs Youth Symphony
Young musicians are given the opportunity to learn important values through music.

Cripple Creek And Victor Area
Located just an hour west of Colorado Springs along some of
the most scenic vistas, the Town of Cripple Creek was the site for the 1891 gold strike. The town hosts limited stakes gaming. The streets are still lined with historic buildings and visitors can experience the true flavor of the area at the Cripple Creek District Museum, tour an underground gold mine and ride the Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge railroad.

Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument
Just 45 minutes west of Colorado Springs, and south of the town of Florissant is the areas only National Park. Petrified sequoia stumps and fossils over millions of years old.

Flying W Ranch
Western entertainment and real chuck wagon dinners great
guests in a real working cattle ranch.

Garden of the Gods
Kissing camels, Sleeping Indian, Balanced Rock are spectacular sandstone formations that are the centerpiece of this 1300 acre, city-owned park. Kept in it’s natural state for hiking, biking, picnicking and horseback riding. You can’t visit Colorado Springs without visiting “The Garden of the Gods”.

Glen Eyrie Castle
General William Jackson Palmer’s 1905 mansion nestled in the craggie rocks just north of the Garden of the Gods.

Ghost Town Museum
An old western town re-assembled from old building dating back into the gold rush days. This museum brings history to life. Completely stocked stores and shops.

Manitou Cliff Dwellings Museum
A carefully preserved Anasazi Cliff Dwelling. Explore more than 40 rooms and two indoor museums featuring Native American artifacts.

Manitou and Pikes Peak Cog Railway
Modern Swiss made cog rail cars take you from the bottom of the mountain in Manitou Springs through timberline and Alpine Tundra to the summit of Pikes Peak.

May Natural History Museum
The most prolific display of giant spiders, beetles, insects, beautiful butterflies and more. The huge beetle sculpture announces the entrance to this must see museum.

Miramont Castle
This 14,000 square feet mansion built in 1895 has two-feet thick stone walls, a 200 ton sandstone fireplace and over 150 years of history.

Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine
Travel over 1,000 feet down into the ground. A tour to the heart of a turn of the century gold mine.

North Pole & Santa’s Workshop
Every day is Christmas at the foot of Pikes Peak. Rides, shows, shopping for holiday gifts and meet Santa and his elves.

Old Colorado City Historical Society
Learn about the history of one of the oldest towns in Colorado.

Pikes Peak
Zebulon Pike named this mountain that overlooks the City of Colorado Springs. Ride a rail car, drive , hike or bike to the summit.

Pikes Peak Attractions
A complete listing of attractions around the area.

Pikes Peak by Bike
Experience the ultimate ride with unlimited challenge. A 20 mile down hill adventure from the summit of the world’s most famous mountainPikes Peak.

Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame and Museum of the American Cowboy
The Hall of Fame is dedicated to preserving the heritage and heros of the American Western Sports. It traces the evolution of rodeo from the 1800's to today’s spectacular events.

Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site
A working 19th century farm located just outside of the Garden of the God’s park. Educational and historical demonstrations, activities and events.

Royal Gorge Bridge
The world’s highest suspension bridge soars 1.053 feet above the Arkansas River. Spanning one quarter mile, visitors may walk or drive across the bridge. One may see the bridge from above via the aerial tram, from below by the world’s steepest incline railway. Fun, food and entertainment.

Seven Falls
The grandest mile of scenery winds through the towering rock formations to the foot of the falls. Seven separate falls cascade down 181 feet of sheer granite. You can ride the elevator or walk the 224 steps to the top of the falls.

Sky Sox Baseball
The Colorado Sky Sox are the Colorado Rockies AAA affiliate farm team.

U.S. Olympic Complex
Visit where the Olympic athletes train. Guided tours, Hall of Fame, Olympic sports clothing and memorabilia.

Western Museum of Mining & Industry

The history of mining in the area is preserved for your viewing. Learn how gold an other minerals were taken.

World Figure Skating Museum and Hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame includes such distinguished skaters as Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, Dick Button, Scott Hamilton, Ekaterina Gordeeva and Sergei Grinkov, Midori Ito, Sonja Henie, and Katarina Witt.

Dining & Entertainment:
Area Restaurants:
Swiss Chalet, Woodland Park
Pepper Tree, Colorado Springs
Historic Ute Inn
Woodland Park Restaurants
Colorado Springs Restaurants
Restaurant Guide
Find a Restaurant

Theater & Music:
Pikes Peak Center
Colorado Springs Philharmonic
Colorado Springs Youth Symphony
Flash Cadillac

Professional Sports:
Denver Broncos Football
Colorado Avalanche Hockey
Denver Nuggets Basketball
Colorado Crush Arena Football
Colorado Rapids Soccer
Colorado Mammoth Lacrosse
Denver Outlaws Lacrosse

Pet Services:
Woodland Park
Focus Dog Training
Doggie Kamp with Katz
Pine Crest Stables
Woodland Park Animal Medical Center

Colorado Springs
Humane Society of Pikes Peak
Bijou Animal Hospital
Pet Smart Stores
Petco Stores
Circle F Ranch & Feed
Sunrise Kennels


Skip & Debbie Howes


PO Box 300 Sunny Glen Ct