Dorm-Based Overnight Programs
Keystone Science School offers two locations for our dorm based outdoor education programs - Keystone Science School Campus and Tomahawk Ranch. At each location programs are specifically designed to meet the goals of each participating school and can be a variety of program lengths depending on the chosen adventure activities and curriculum themes. Students only need to bring a sleeping bag, pillow, and their clothes for the program and KSS will take care of the rest. All meals, instruction, and lodging are covered within the program costs.
|12pm||Arrival, Lunch & Orientation|
|1-5pm||Field Day within Small Groups|
|9:30-5pm||Field Day within Small Groups|
|9:30-11am||Field Day within Small Groups|
True outdoor ed, with lifelong skills. Kids grow as leaders, communicators, group members and problem solvers. It's an experience that many will never have. Also builds confidence in our shyer students.Charles World Hay School
Keystone Science School Campus
1053 Soda Ridge Road
Keystone, Colorado 80435
Groups up to 80 with opportunities for larger groups depending on the season
We have two identical dorms on campus, Big Horn, and Henry. Each dorm has eight rooms for students, a community room for evening activities, a single designated room for teacher chaperones and/or parent volunteers and individual bathrooms for boys and girls. Each dorm can comfortably fit 32-40 students and 6 chaperones. Take a virtual tour of our Bighorn and Henry dorms.
113 County Road 43
Bailey, Colorado 80421
Group size 50-120
Tomahawk Ranch is a unique location in Baily, CO with 3 large all-season cains each with a indoor bathroom including toilets and showers. There are also seasonal sleeping accommodations which can be utilized by our larger groups in the early fall which require a short outdoor walk to the bathroom. All groups staying at Tomahawk Ranch will have hot breakfast and dinner served within a large dining hall.
The professional kitchen staff at KSS are experienced in accommodating any dietary restrictions or food allergies our participants might have. We partner with schools and parents in order to completely understand the needs of each individual student and prepare food based on each child’s needs. With each overnight program we serve hot breakfast and dinners and provide students with a sack lunch to be eaten “on trail.” View our typical menu for a 3 day and 2-night program along with the individual ingredients. We encourage teachers and parents to review our menu and the contact us with any questions they may have.