Are you looking to expand your student's knowledge of wildlife, ecology, geology, and more? We invite you to experience Rocky Mountain National Park with a park ranger!
Programs typically last about 45 minutes and are free of charge. Environmental Education programs are designed to follow Colorado State Standards and can be catered to fit your curriculum needs. Please call (970) 586-1510 to have a ranger come to your classroom!
Chaperone to Student Ratio: We require that you provide at least one chaperone for every 10 students. We recommend a ratio of four to one for grades K-2 and a ratio of six to one for grades 3-5.
Field Trip Cost: All education programs offered by Rocky Mountain National Park are free for school groups. Our program is funded by your tax dollars and donations to the Rocky Mountain Conservancy. If you would like to make a donation, please contact the Rocky Mountain Conservancy at 970-586-0108.
Accessibility: There are a few wheelchair accessible trails within the park and all of our visitor centers are ADA accessible. Most of our programs can be relocated or modified to provide accessibility. Please let us know if you have any participants that require an accessible site.
Last updated: November 9, 2018