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Colorado Springs

• Population: 360,890 • Elevation: 6,008 • Area Code: 719 • El Paso Co., CO

Points of Interest: U. S. Air Force Academy, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Garden of the Gods, Cave of the Winds, Pioneers Museum, Seven Falls, Pikes Peak Hwy. Toll Road, Pikes Peak Cog Railway, U. S. Olympic Complex, Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame, World Figure Skating Hall of Fame, The Broadmoor Hotel, Manitou Springs Historic District, NORAD

Annual Events:

The Great Fruitcake Toss January (800) 642-2567

Carnivale & Gumbo Cookoff February (J\9) 685-5089

El Cinco de Mayo Early May (719) 635-7506

Territory Days Celebration Late May (719) 475-0955

Celebration of the Arts Mid-May (719) 685-5089

Black Forest Mountain Bike Race Mid-May (719) 591-4671

Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Late July (719) 685-4400

Colorado Springs Opera Festival July, August (719) 520-7469

Buffalo Barbecue July (719) 685-9655

Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo July (719) 635-3547

Pikes Peak Marathon Run & Ascent Mid-August (719) 473-2625

Mountain Music Festival Late August (719) 685-9655

CO Springs Annual Balloon Classic Late August/Early September    (719) 471-4833

Oktoberfest Late September/Early October   (719) 520-6711

Victorian Christmas at Miramont Casde November, December (719) 685-1011

Visitor Info. Chamber of Comm.             2 N. Cascade (719)635-1551

CO Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau      515 S. Cascade Ave. (800) PIKESPEAK

Hospitals — Centura Health-

St. Francis Health Center 825 E. Pikes Peak Ave. (719) 776-5000

Memorial Hospital 1400 E. Boulder (719) 365-5000 Centura Health-Penrose

Comm. Hospital 3205 N. Academy Blvd. (719) 776-5000

Centura Health-Penrose Hosp. 2215 N Cascade Ave. (719) 776-5000 Public Transit

Springs Transit (CTM) 1015 Transit Dr. (719) 385-RIDE

Greyhound Bus Lines 120 S. Weber (719) 635-1505

Airport — Colo. Springs Mun. Airport 7770 Drennan Rd. Q\9) 550-1972

Colleges — Colorado Christian Univ. 685 Citadel Dr. E. (719) 573-6166

Colorado College 14 E. Cache La Poudre St. (719) 389-6000

Regis Univ.-Colo. Springs 7450 Campus Dr.       (800) 568-8932 (719) 264-7000

Univ. of Colo.-Colo. Springs 1420 Austin Bluffs Pkwy. (719) 262-3000

US Air Force Academy 2306 Cadet Dr. (719) 333-1110

Pikes Peak Comm. College 5675 S. Academy Blvd. (800) 456-6847 (719) 576-7711

Post Office - Main Branch 201 E. Pikes Peak Ave. (719) 570-5336

Libraries — Fine Arts Center Library 30 W Dale St. (719) 634-5581

Penrose Public Library 20 N. Cascade Ave. (719) 531-6333

Cheyenne Mtn. Branch 1791-D S. 8th St. (719) 633-6278

East Library 5550 N. Union Blvd. (719) 531-6333

Old Colorado City Branch 2418 W Pikes Peak Ave. (719) 634-1698

Rockrimmon Branch 832 Village Center Dr. (719) 593-8000

Ruth Holley Branch 685 N. Murray Blvd. (719) 597-5377

Sand Creek Branch 1821 S. Academy Blvd. (719) 597-7070 Golf Courses

Ander Creek Golf Course 9650 Ander Creek Dr. (719) 494-1900

Appletree Golf Course 10150 Rolling Ridge Rd. (719) 382-3649

Broadmoor Golf Club 1 Lake Cir. (719) 577-5790

Cherokee Ridge Golf Course 1850 Tuskegee PI. (719) 597-2637

The Club at Flying Horse 13850 Hwy. 83 (719) 494-1222

Colorado Springs Country Club 3333 Templeton Gap Rd. (719) 473-1782

Country Club of Colorado 125 E. Clubhouse Dr. (719) 538-4095

Eisenhower Golf Club USAF Academy, Bldg 3170 (719) 333-4735

Gleneagle Golf Club 345 Mission Hill Wy. (719) 488-0900

Kissing Camels Club 3320 Mesa Rd. (719) 636-2373

Patty Jewett Golf Course 900 E. Espanola (719) 578-6826

Pine Creek Golf Club 9850 Divot Tr. (719) 594-9999

Sand Creek Golf Course 6865 Galley Rd. (719) 597-5489

Silver Spruce Golf Course 401 Glaslow, Peterson AFB (719) 556-7414

Springs Ranch Golf Club 3525 Tutt Blvd. (719) 573-4863

Valley Hi Municipal Golf Course 610 Chelton Rd. (719) 385-6911

Vineyard Golf Club 3819 Janitell Rd. (719) 226-2466

Museums — Am. Numismatic Assoc.    818 N. Cascade Ave. (719) 632-2646

Children's Museum of Colo. Springs      750 Citadel Dr. E. (719) 574-0077

Fine Arts Center 30 W Dale (719) 634-5581

Hall of Presidents Wax Mus. 1050 S. 21st (719) 635-3553

John May Museum Center 710 Rock Creek Canyon Rd. (719) 576-0450

Manitou Cliff Dwellings Mus. Hwy. 24 (Manitou Spgs.) (719) 685-5242

McAllister House Mus. 423 N. Cascade Ave. (719) 635-7925

Nikola Tesla Mus. of Sci. & Ind. 2200 E. Bijou St. (719) 475-0918

Pikes Peak Auto Hill Climb Educational 135 Manitou Ave. (719) 685-4400

Pioneers Museum 215 S. Tejon St. (719) 385-5990 Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame/

Mus. of Amer. Cowboy 101 Pro Rodeo Dr. (719) 528-4764

Rock Ledge Ranch Hist. Site 30th St. & Gateway Rd. (719) 578-6777

Rocky Mtn. Motorcycle Museum 308 E. Arvada St. (719) 633-6329

US Olympic Complex One Olympic Plaza (719) 632-5551

Van Briggle Art Pottery 600 S. 21 st St. (800) 847-6341

Western Mus. of Mining Industry 1025 N. Gate Rd. (719) 488-0880 World Figure Skating Museum &

Hall of Fame 20 1st St. (719) 635-5200

Police Department 705 S. Nevada Ave. (719) 444-7000

Fire Department 375 Printers Pkwy. (719) 385-5950 Newspapers

Colorado Springs Gazette 30 S. Prospect St. (719) 632-5511

 

Zebulon Pike never climbed his namesake mountain to see what he could see, but the explorer brought attention to the Pikes Peak region. Colorado Springs was known as Colorado City in its brief stint as territorial capital in the 1860s. William Jackson Palmer promoted the area to wealthy Easterners and Europeans. Rail travel opened up the city as a health resort and tuberculosis patients came west to recuperate. The discovery of gold in Cripple Creek in the 1890s turned the Springs into a financial center. Fort Carson was established during WWII and the Air Force Academy opened in the 1950s. Colorado Springs is the site of several more military installations, including the North American Aerospace Defense Command inside Cheyenne Mountain. By the 1990s, Colorado Springs had become home to the U.S. Olympic Committee and its training center.