Crawly, not creepy at the May Natural History Museum
Your kids will bug-out!
This historic collection has been shown by his son, John H. May and now his family carries on his legacy. Learning and family entertainment are abundant at this great, must-see attraction for artists, teachers, explorers, aspiring entomologists, and kids of all ages!
Stay close to Colorado Springs with amenities close by
Just a few miles South of Colorado Springs, the May Museum sits on the Golden Eagle Ranch. This ranch features the Golden Eagle Campground with 350 campsites, trout ponds, hot-water shower houses, laundry and RV hookups. Get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday city life with a weekend at this beautiful campground at the base of the mountain.
MAY NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM AND GIFT SHOP
From big bugs to mini mites, stop in the May Museum to see why it’s appropriately called the “Bug Museum.” The museum is located on Highway 115, South of Colorado Springs.
GOLDEN EAGLE CAMPGROUND
Stay at one of Colorado’s largest, private RV Parks and campgrounds. Four lakes for fishing are just for campers and includes ten miles of spectacular hiking trails, 1,000 acres, and countless trees!
Since 1943, the wildlife preserve that Gold Eagle Campground sits on offers unobstructed views of the Rocky Mountains. Plus, it’s only 9 short minutes South of Colorado Springs. With a 5-mile hiking trail, lakes for fishing, beautiful wildflowers and a wide-variety of wildlife, the Ranch and Campground provides a million places for photos and a great home-base for visiting many of the Pikes Peak Region’s great attractions.