Colorado Springs – Things to do with your Team

Located at the base of Pikes Peak and the Rocky Mountains, Colorado Springs runs abound with stunning natural sights and landmarks. There’s no shortage of fun attractions and activities either, so be sure to plan your trip well ahead of time so you can make the most of all that Colorado Springs has to offer.


Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center

Explore the natural beauty and wonder of Colorado in one magical stop. Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark featuring dramatic views, 300 foot towering sandstone rock formations against a backdrop of snow-capped Pikes Peak and brilliant blue skies. Take a tour in an open-air trolley, hike around on foot, or book a group tour to see all the stunning geological wonders the park has to offer. Their world-class Visitor & Nature Center and museum is the most visited attraction in the region with all new interactive exhibits that everyone on your team will enjoy. Learn how the iconic red rocks came to be at the new Geo-Trekker theater experience, shown every 20 minutes. Also, be sure to delight in one of Colorado’s most photographed views while eating in their glass-enclosed café or from the terrace overlooking Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods. It’ll be just like you’re eating inside of a postcard! 515 S Cascade Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903


Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Colorado Springs - Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsColorado Springs is home to America’s only mountainside zoo, making Cheyenne Mountain Zoo a must-see experience. Located at 6,800 feet above sea level, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo offers breathtaking views of the city and of its 750 animals. The unique design of the zoo’s animal exhibits gets you closer than ever before. Hand-feed one of the largest giraffe herds in the world, watch grizzlies swim with trout, hop next to red-necked wallabies, and get hands-on with some of the zoo’s smaller residents in The Loft. Your team is sure to have a wild adventure at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo! Not only can they meet all of the different kinds of animals that call the zoo home, they can also ride an antique carousel, eat a gourmet lunch at the Grizzly Grill, and experience the zoo from the air on the Mountaineer Sky Ride to the zoo’s summit. Group tours and discounts are available, ensuring that your team’s visit to Cheyenne Mountain Zoo will be a memorable and affordable experience. 4250 Cheyenne Mtn Zoo Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80906


Adventure Miniature Golf and Batting Cages

Whether your team is looking to play a few rounds of miniature golf or test their skills at the batting cages, Adventure Miniature Golf and Batting Cages will put a smile on their faces. They have not one but three different mini-golf courses to choose from: “Around the World,” perfect for future world travelers; “Old West” for the cowboys and cowgirls on your team; and “Journey Thru Time,” sure to satisfy even the most discerning science fiction and Star Wars buffs. Luckily, you don’t have to choose just one. Adventure offers rates for those looking to play through one, two, or all three uniquely-themed courses. If you’re swinging to give the batting cages a try, you can choose from hourly and half-hourly rates, as well as individual tokens that will provide sluggers with 12 baseball or softball pitches at the speed and intensity of their choice. 6550 Corporate Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80919


Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center

Inspire the aspiring Olympic hopefuls on your team with a visit to the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center, the flagship training center for the U.S. Olympic Committee and the Olympic Training Center programs. Take a guided, hour-long walking tour and see the swimming pools, weight rooms, gymnasiums, basketball courts, shooting ranges, and more in which athletes train in the hopes of being part of Team USA in the upcoming Olympic Games! Resident sports of the Olympic Training Center include boxing, cycling, figure skating, gymnastics, pentathlon, shooting, wrestling, as well as various Paralympic sports. Additional tour packages include VIP tours, private tours, and athlete guided tours. 1 Olympic Plz, Colorado Springs, CO 80909


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Overdrive Raceway

Got a team with a need for speed? If so, look no farther than Overdrive Raceway. Their state-of-the-art indoor facility features a two-story, indoor, quarter-mile, F-1-inspired race track where drivers can burn rubber in all electric go-karts or special ADA race karts from Italy. Racers ages 13 and up can burn rubber on the first floor Pepsi Track, while more daring driving enthusiasts ages 16 and up will want to experience faster thrills on the second floor Rockstar Track. After crossing the finish line, stop by the Overdrive Sports Bar restaurant and bar or spacious lounge area to refuel. 196 Spectrum Loop, Colorado Springs, CO 80921


Battlefield Colorado

If your group is looking for a fun rush of adrenaline, stop by Colorado’s first and only outdoor laser tag adventure park, Battlefield Colorado. This urban adventure battlefield is located right in the heart of downtown Colorado Springs, taking up a whole city block, with three acres and six buildings for a combined indoor and outdoor urban feel just like a video game. Two teams compete in our various combat-style adventure missions that combine fun, skill, and strategy, making Battlefield Colorado a great teambuilding experience that everyone’s sure to enjoy. It’s also perfect for new players, since there are no projectiles, no sweaty gear, no mess, and is safe and pain free. Group discounts are available so the whole team can get in on the tactical thrills! 120 W Costilla St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903


North Cheyenne Cañon Park

Colorado Springs - Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsColorado Springs is well-known for its breathtaking natural beauty and one of the best places to experience this beauty is North Cheyenne Cañon Park. Located on the southwest side of Colorado Springs, North Cheyenne Cañon Park is cut 1,000-feet deep into the 1.5 billion-year-old granite rock. Your team can drive, hike, and bike from the entrance of the canyon up to Helen Hunt Falls. Beyond Helen Hunt Falls, North Cheyenne Canyon Road continues until it reaches Gold Camp Road. There is a large parking area where bikers, hikers, and runners can access additional trails if you’re looking to venture even farther off of the beaten path. Picnic areas are located throughout North Cheyenne Canon Park if you and your team are looking to enjoy lunch in picturesque surroundings. If you’d like to learn more about the park there are two visitor centers to stop by: Starsmore Visitor and Nature Center, which is located at the entrance to the park, and Helen Hunt Visitor Center located at the base of Helen Hunt Falls. Both visitor centers offer interpretive exhibits, scheduled walking and hiking tours, and more. 2120 S Cheyenne Canon Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80906


CityROCK Climbing Center

Being that the state of Colorado encompasses most of the Southern Rocky Mountains, it’s more than fitting that you bring your team to CityROCK Climbing Center for an exhilarating climbing experience. If you didn’t bring your climbing gear from home with you to Colorado Springs, no worries; CityROCK offers equipment rentals for harnesses, shoes, chalk bags, and ATC belay devices. After signing a waiver, purchasing a pass, watching a brief orientation video, and taking a guided tour to see all that the facility has to offer, you’ll be free to climb to your heart’s content! There’s even a CLIMBarium for younger climbers ages two to six. 21 N Nevada Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903


With its unique natural landscapes and equally unique family entertainment options, you and your team are going to have an easy time making the most of your downtime while in Colorado Springs.