The UPCC is a unique community facility for the purpose of providing cultural, educational and social enrichment to local residents and visitors to the Woodland Park area. The Cultural Center building is Woodland Park’s original High School, completed in 1937.
To get to the Cultural Center, go west on Highway 24 through Woodland Park. At the third traffic light, turn right onto Fairview Ave.
The building is on the corner and parking is in the back.
210 E. Midland Avenue, Woodland Park, CO
Suited For Every Need
The Main Room
Has a seating capacity of 250 theatre style or 200 banquet style. It is a large room with a magical ambiance, having the replica of a historic hotel front on one side, and a stage with theatrical lighting and sound system, plus a wooden dance floor.
Located behind the stage, is normally home to dance lessons and karate classes, but will accommodate a myriad of functions. The room measures 17.5 by 43 feet with linoleum flooring.
Located downstairs, is well suited for meetings, small parties or classes. The room measures 21 by 23.5 feet with carpeted floors, kitchen cabinets/sink and microwave. All rooms are provided with tables and chairs for setup.
The City of Woodland Park is surrounded by one million acres of the Pike National Forest, a recreational treasure, offering hiking, camping, backpacking, mountain biking, cycling, horseback riding, fishing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snow shoeing and more. Enjoy a variety of public parks, or play a round at the local 18 hole championship golf course. Woodland Park offers Bed & Breakfasts, motels, hotels, campgrounds, RV parks, shopping and a good selection of restaurants and fast food establishments. Nearby you will find Spinney Mountain Reservoir, Eleven Mile Reservoir, Rampart Reservoir, Manitou Lake, Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, Mueller State Park and Wildlife Area, and the legendary gold mining towns of Cripple Creek and Victor. Cripple Creek has limited stake gambling.
The UPCC Is Also Home To:
Greater Woodland Park Chamber Of Commerce
Dedicated to improve the overall business climate for its members through sponsorship of mutually supportive activities which stimulate economic growth, promote civic development and enhance the quality of life for our citizens.1-800-551-7886
Mountain Arts Council
A nonprofit, volunteer organization dedicaed to all the art disciplines: visual, dance, music,theater.The goals are to:
- Identify and meet the needs of artists by being a resource to provide information, education and assistance for acquiring funding and to make the public aware of artists.
- Promote cultural activity and awareness of the arts through involvement of artists, school systems, business and the community.
- Provide educational opportunities in the arts for community and schools.