What is Generation Wild of the Pikes Peak Region?
Generation Wild of the Pikes Peak Region partners with the Catamount Institute, City of Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, District 11, Fountain Creek Watershed, Garden of the Gods Nature & Visitor Center, Hillside Community Center, Kids on Bikes, Mile High Youth Corps, North Cheyenne Canyon's Starsmore Visitor and Nature Center, Rocky Mountain Field Institute, UpaDowna and YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region. These incredible partnerships help us to host events, field trips, summer camps and more in our community to promote the exploration of nature!
Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) created the Generation Wild movement to connect kids and families to outdoor activities. In response to GOCO's call, the Generation Wild of the Pikes Peak Region coalition was formed to encourage kids and families in Southeast Colorado, and beyond, to spend time together outside--improving overall health, and fostering a love, appreciation and familiarity with nature and the natural beauty in the Pikes Peak Region.
Our free or significantly reduced cost programs target the children in Southeast Colorado Springs, but are open to all children throughout the Pikes Peak Region without scholarship assistance! Want to support or sponsor a program? Give us a call 719-471-0910 x109.
Generation Wild of the Pikes Peak region is housed within Catamount Institute. Catamount Institute has been providing outdoor science learning and adventures for youth in the Pikes Peak region for over 20 years. The mission of Catamount Institute is to connect kids to the outdoors, a perfect with for Generation wild of the Pikes Peak Region. Contact us for more information on how you can get involved with the coalition or programs!