Fun doesn’t just happen. Like everything else, you must start with a great plan and a fun-tastic place for it to happen. Whether you’re looking for team building activities, planning a corporate outing, or scheduling a company retreat, we recommend these amazing activities at Colorado venues you’re going to want to try.
Wall climbing, ropes courses, and ziplining are wildly popular team building activities. This venue offers your team the opportunity to build stronger relationships that will transfer into the workplace.
Denver’s #1 zipline tour at Phillip S. Miller Park, Castle Rock Adventure Park features 10 thrilling ziplines that let you soar 50 mph over 1-1/2 miles. But that’s not the only activity available at Castle Rock. Other options include the Epic Adventure Tower with a 42’ climbing wall, 4 rappelling stations, and the 70’ Eagles Nest platform. There’s also an Epic Sky Trek and a 3-level challenge course with 110 + elements to conquer. All activities offer your group fun and exciting opportunities to problem solve, encourage and support one another, and take on new challenges.
Laughter and entertainment are the best (and most enjoyable) ways for your bunch to bond. These venues offer up engaging and unique ways to bring your group together.
If your team hasn’t visited Colorado Springs’ minor league team, the Rocky Mountain Vibes, for a rousing game of baseball, then you’re all in for a real treat. Not only will you experience an outstanding display of America’s favorite pastime, you’ll see that the Security Service Field knows how to treat their guests. The unique venue offers meeting and event space for corporate gatherings, including the Banquet Hall, Stillhouse at the Stadium, Picnic Terrace, Hot Tub Heaven’s Famous Hot Tub, Luxury Suites, and more.
What could be more fun than racing down the most thrilling water park slides in Denver? How about thrill rides like a Boomerang roller coaster, Brain Drain 7-story thrill ride, Half Pipe, Sling Shot, and the Tower of Doom for starters? You’ll find all that and more at Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park. Follow up the thrills with a catered picnic in their private covered pavilion.
Combine the great outdoors with hunting and shooting, and you’ll be right on target for a great group event.
Get the team out of the office and out on the range. Branded Rock Canyon is a 15,000-acre private ranch retreat hidden away in the rugged western Colorado landscape. Precision Hunter Training, 3-Gun Curriculum, Big Game Hunting, Wingshooting, and Fly Fishing will unite your team, foster a positive team spirit, and strengthen relationships. Your group can hunt for Rocky Mountain elk and mule deer, black bear, mountain lion, pheasant, chukar and of course, fish for trout. Afterward, the gang can relax at The Rock, with spacious conference rooms and accommodations for up to 34 guests.
Whether you want to play 9 holes or 18, these local courses let your team make the most of the sweet days of summer.
Play the challenging 27-hole classic Colorado Springs golf course, Kissing Camels, located at the luxury Garden of the Gods Club & Resort. Designed by J. Press Maxwell and Mark Rathert, it features bunkered greens, towering pines, and the landscaping of the lush mountain range. The resort offers many other activities as well, including wellness spa, fly fishing program, tennis, swimming and much more. Distinctive guest rooms, suites, and cottages have stunning views of Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods National Landmark.
Located in Aurora, this championship course welcomes golfers to enjoy its dramatic elevation changes, native areas, panoramic views, and wide, accommodating fairways. Ideal for corporate tournaments, the link-style 18-hole course was designed by Arthur Hills. After your round, gather the group in the Eagle’s Nest Restaurant for frosty drinks and a full menu of mouthwatering cuisine. Gorgeous grounds, memorable event space and several outdoor venues make your gathering special.
Offering 18 holes of epic golf, Eagle Ranch Golf Club is the perfect setting for your next corporate tournament. Located Just 30 minutes from Vail, the Arnold Palmer Signature Design course features spectacular views of the majestic Colorado Rocky Mountains. When the day is done, your group will love gathering in the Eagle Ranch Grille for cold drinks and hot food, including burgers, quesadillas, sandwiches, and wraps.
Nestled in the hills of Parker, Colorado, The Club at Pradera offers an exquisite Irish links-style course designed to blend harmoniously with its pristine natural surroundings and stunning Rocky Mountain views. Luxury club amenities offer groups superb on-site catering, attentive service, and unique meeting and event space. Culinary options include fine dining in the Mt. Elbert restaurant and more casual, lighter fare in the Long Peak Grill or Men’s Grill.
There’s simply nothing like a rafting and boating to inspire, energize, and entertain your team. Climb aboard one of these venues for a truly memorable experience.
Dvorak’s offers a wide range of Colorado whitewater rafting trips on the Arkansas, Colorado, Dolores, Gunnison, Green, North Platte, Rio Grande, and San Miguel rivers. Half day and multi day excursions are available. Give your group an adrenaline rush rafting, fishing, kayaking, or paddle boarding. Combine with other activities such as mountain biking, rock climbing, horseback riding, hiking, and ziplining for an unforgettable team adventure.
Cruise the Arkansas river aboard a variety of watercraft along the Historic Riverwalk of Pueblo. Take a narrated historical tour aboard an excursion boat, get in some friendly competition aboard a fleet of pedal boats, or enjoy a relaxing sunset cruise aboard a gondola. Dinner cruises are available. Several facilities are open for your group to meet including the Boettcher Natural Area and the Lake Elizabeth Pavilion.
Thrilling white water rafting at the Royal Gorge with half day or full day trips available. Your group will experience the excitement of rafting 1000 feet below the spectacular vista of the Royal Gorge Bridge, delight in the exhilarating rapids of Sunshine Falls, Sledgehammer, and the Narrows, and experience the awe-inspiring geological story of the Royal Gorge as you cut through the “Royal Gorge Arch.” Kayaking and ziplining adventures are also available.
Planning a successful teambuilding experience is a lot of work. Why not consult with an organization that can relieve you of the stress?
Want someone else to do the planning from start to finish? Teambonding Colorado are the ones to call. They’ll customize an event to meet your goals and needs. They coordinate details with the venue, gather any necessary tools and materials, and keep you in the loop the entire time. On the day of your event, their Facilitator ensures everything goes off without a hitch. From mystery solving to virtual reality, timed game competitions to collaborative and creative tasks, they’ll plan the ideal gig for your group.
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