Olympic Training Center Colorado Springs

Have you been to the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs?

Did you know that Colorado Springs is home to the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic training centers? Located at 1 Olympic Plaza | Colorado Springs, CO 80909, you will find the home to some of the most competitive and hard working athletes that represent the United States for several different sports. The training center provides housing, food, training and more to over 500 athletes and their coaches at any one given time within the complex. You will also find event hosting, sports camps, and tours for those non-athletic supporters! You don’t have to be an Olympian athlete to visit the center (though as of 9/1/21, outside visitors are not allowed to help reduce any exposure to our athletes and coaches from COVID-19). You or your company can rent one of the eight meeting rooms for your next big event, team building, corporate dinners and more.

You can even choose to “live like an athlete” by adding this experience to your next event by supporting an athlete of your choice and receiving a VIP tour of the center. Perhaps you’ll even receive a demonstration of your sport of choice at your event! You can participate in the torch relay and even dine alongside the nation’s top athletes. Be sure to head on over to https://www.teamusashop.com/ for your team apparel to represent before you head to your event! 

Of course, sporting events are a major part of the training center. Sport Camps for all ages (from youth to elite level athletes) are also held within the facilities at affordable rates so many teams have access for a once in a lifetime training event within their own sport. With five basketball courts, six volleyball courts, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, wrestling mats, boxing rings, a shooting center and so much more, your team will be sure to have the best experience while training at the Olympic Training Center here in Colorado Springs.  For information regarding reservations and costs, you can email [email protected].

Of course, if you aren’t hosting an event or visiting with a team in training, you can book a tour to view the Olympic & Paralympic Training Center Visitor Center. More than 130,000 guests walk through this center each year, learning and honoring the rich history of our U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes. Within the center, you will find interactive exhibits and guided tours as you walk through the complex. With each tour being ADA accessible, everyone can enjoy this experience, but it is recommended that guests be over eight years of age, due to the content and information being discussed on the tours. Don’t worry, there are separate exhibits for the younger crowd so the whole family can enjoy and learn about the training center on your visiting day. There are a few different tours you can pick from, each with their own experiences and cost. For more information on which tour will be best suited for you and your family, visit HERE.

This is just one more reason why you might want to consider moving to Colorado Springs. But if you’re just visiting, we highly recommend you include the training center on your Colorado Springs bucket list of things to do. Do keep checking the website to see when tours and events are opening back up to the general public as we navigate through the pandemic waters.

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