Whether you are looking for state standard-backed educational programs or unique and tailored activities, one of our labs, classrooms or design centers is equipped with everything you need. Colorado Adventure Point (CAP) strives to create life-long learners through the modality of experiential education and positive growth. We prioritize inclusion and are open to everyone, always endeavoring to exceed the expectations of those we work with.
On July 12, 2018, the Denver Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, in an early-afternoon ceremony, officially renamed Colorado Adventure Point to Donald E. Scott Colorado Adventure Point.
Mr. Scott, known as one of America’s top trial attorneys and a founding partner of Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott LLP, was also a philanthropic icon in the Denver community, with a great passion for the Denver Area Council. As an Outstanding Eagle Scout, Mr. Scott provided more than 30 years of inspiration to countless youth, volunteer leaders, fellow board members, professionals and all he met, encouraging them to do their personal best, to be prepared and to help other people at all times.
CAP opened its doors in 2015. It is a 20,000-square-foot Scouting and community adventure education facility designed to promote essential skills and a love of adventure. It includes a two-story rock-climbing wall, archery and air rifle ranges, the Enger Family Technology lab, banquet rooms, the Steven G. Shrader Culinary Lab, the Graebel Relocation Services Outdoor Adventure Zone, Mark E. Honnen Leadership Development Center, and the Walter F. Imhoff Sustainability Lab.
CAP is open to many organizations in addition to Scout groups such as: schools, churches, daycare centers, youth advocacy groups, businesses and the community at large. CAP also offers a STEM curriculum to educate students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics in an interdisciplinary and applied approach.