The time I spent with my dad at CYO made a big difference in my life.
I think that every kid should try Colorado Youth Outdoors. I did, and it was probably one of the best decisions I have ever made.CODY P.
Richardson Hall is complete “Thank You Project Donors”
Cargill is proud to support CYO and the hands-on outdoor education opportunities they provide to our community.STEVE STADELMAIER, Cargill Specialty Seeds & Oils
Swift Ponds, CYO’s 240-acre urban outdoor education facility, hosted more than 11,000 visitors in 2013.

Colorado Youth Outdoors

Colorado Youth Outdoors exists to build relationships through traditional outdoor recreation. CYO has grown from a small, local after school program to a regional outdoor education facility that serves thousands from Cheyenne south to Colorado Springs. CYO’s programs engage parents, mentors and teens in outdoor activities, including fishing, trap shooting, fly tying, archery, and more. Families who participate in our programs grow closer as they discover new things about natural resources, outdoorsmanship, and most importantly each other.

2015 Winter Newsletter

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