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Outdoor Recreation Complex - Fort Carson

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Installation Listings

Installation Listing Category

Geographical Address

Duty Station (or best approximation)
Public Address
7093 Specker Ave. Bldg. 2429 Fort Carson 80913 United States

Contact Info

Operating Hours
Monday Closed Tuesday 8:00am-2:00pm Wednesday 8:00am-2:00pm Thursday 8:00am-6:00pm Friday 8:00am-6:00pm Saturday 8:00am-4:00pm Sunday Closed Federal Holidays Closed

The Outdoor Recreation Complex Equipment Checkout center is committed to ensure that our customers and employee's safety is maintained during this outbreak. We are open with limited items to rent.

We will be taking the following precautions

  • Utilizing our walk up window
  • Designated 6 ft. spaces on the ground (signage)
  • Offering sanitizing spray for customers
  • Staff will be using appropriate PPE
  • Rental equipment will be sanitized before being placed outside for customer pickup
  • Rental equipment will be sanitized outside upon being returned.

The Fort Carson Outdoor Recreation Complex is a multi-use recreation facility with a multitude of amenities and services. Discover your adventurous side with Army Outdoor Recreation (ODR) programs. Learn new skills, enjoy guided tours, or get the gear you need to explore the great outdoors on your own.

COVID Restrictions

  • Everyone is required to wear a face covering while at Outdoor Recreation
  • Patrons must wash their hands or use hand sanitizer upon entering the building
  • Patrons are not to use the Outdoor Recreation facility if they are showing symptoms of COVID-19 of if they have come in contact with someone testing positive for COVID-19

Adventure Programs

Welcome to Fort Carson! We're here to help you enjoy all that the beautiful state of Colorado has to offer. Whether you're interested in skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice or rock climbing, snowmobiling, mountain biking hiking, rafting, kayaking, paddle boarding we've got just the right thing for you. Fort Carson Adventure Programs is staffed with outdoor professionals and trip guides that provide personal instruction to individuals or groups looking for adventure in the Colorado wilderness.

Thank you and we hope to see you soon for all of your adventure needs.

Program Description Price
Outdoor Rock Climbing Returning in the Spring, after we melt a little bit!
Ice Climbing 2/13 & 3/20 @ Helen Hunt Falls

0800 - 1300

Open Climb Nights Come climb with us every Friday & put your climbing skills to the test while learning from ODR's experts. Starts @ 1800 FREE
Women in the Wilderness:

1st Wednesday Class

1st Wednesday of every month starting March 3rd in person & virtual classes will be held for women in the Fort Carson community to learn and build upon outdoor skills. Classes will be held at Outdoor Recreation, BLDG 2429. Virtual Classes on Facebook & Instagram. Class starts at 1800

Registering is recommended.

Women in the Wilderness:

3rd Wednesday Class

3rd Wednesday of every month starting February 17th Outdoor Recreation will hold Climbing Wall Orientation and Open Climb Night for the women of the Fort Carson community. Class starts at 1800 $25 for Orientation & FREE for Open Climbing
Women in the Wilderness Trips 2/17 Climbing Wall Orientation, $25

2/27 Full Moon Snowshoe @ Mueller State Park, $35

3/6 Ski & Snowboard Day

3/7 Ski Tuning Clinic, $20

3/8 International Women's Day Open Climb Night, Free

3/27 Hatchet Throwing, $5

Snowshoeing 1/31 @ Mueller State Park 0800 - 1500

3/27 @ Mueller State Park 0800 - 1500

Fat Tire Bike Trips 2/20 @ Location determined based on weather 0800 - 1200    $20
Ski Tuning Clinics 2/7 @ ODR 1000 - 1200 $20
Climbing Wall Orientation
January 7 & 21
February 4 & 18
March 4 & 18
April 1
All Classes held at ODR 1830 - 2030
Lead Climbing Clinics
January 14
February 11 & 25
March 11
All Classes held at ODR 1830 - 2030
PT Options Programs designed specifically as an alternative to PT for soldiers at Fort Carson, while allowing soldiers to experience the great outdoor recreation opportunities Colorado has to offer.

  • Mountain Biking
  • Climbing
$5 - $10 per soldier



Adventure Program Events:

Historical Geocaching at Fort Carson

Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location.

Pieces to each Geocache Box:

  • Each Geocache has a historical info sheet in it.
  • There are small items in each box, please take one and leave one.
  • There is also a sign in sheet, let us know you were there.
  • You can also take pictures and send them to Mountain Post Recreation Facebook page and we will share them.


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Disc Golf Course:

ODR boasts a full 18-hole course. Tee box 1 is across the street from Outdoor Recreation, next to the Alpine Tower Fence. Course mostly heads towards Iron Horse park.

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