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things to do in Monument, CO

It's hard to see all there is to do in just one trip.

Air Force Academy

We are close to the United States Air Force Academy. Come and check it out.

Cave of the Winds Mountain Park

Just outside of Monument, CO, the Cave of the Winds is a once in a lifetime experience. With two cave tours to choose from, you will learn about the history and geology of the cave and view the unique rock formations. The Cave of the Winds Mountain Park offers other activities outside of the cave that are sure to fill your entire day with fun!

Garden of the Gods

Explore Colorado Springs' paradise in one magical stop. Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark.

KIngs Deer Golf Club

The golf course at King’s Deer is a regulation 18-hole championship golf course. It was designed and built by Redstone Golf Group and opened to much fanfare in 1999. We’re a whopping 1.5 miles from the clubhouse. Expect a 3 minute leisurely drive to the course!

Monument Ice Rinks

Monument Ice Rinks hold hockey games, professional training, and recreational ice skating. Bring the family for an afternoon of casual skating, or to see an intense hockey game.

Pikes Peak Auto Road

Enjoy Pikes Peak at your leisure on the safe, scenic Pikes Peak Highway. Encounter some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world as you wind your way through an alpine wonderland, mountain reservoirs, beyond timberline, overtaking the clouds... all along the way to the 14,115 foot summit of America's most famous mountain.

Pike's Peak Cog Railway

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Western Museum of Mining & Industry

The Western Museum of Mining & Industry focuses on educating the public about the history and contributions of mining, ranching, and other industries in the American West. With fascinating demonstrations and informational readings, the Western Museum of Mining & Industry will amaze you.
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