The Pennington Campus
At an elevation of 9,200 feet, Keystone Science School’s Pennington Campus is nestled in Colorado’s Snake River Valley. The 23-acre campus is built on the site of the Old Keystone Village, a former railroad and sawmill site, which supported silver and gold mining. Today, majestic mountain ranges provide a dynamic setting for learning about the rich natural and cultural history of Summit County.
The campus, named in memory of Ty Pennington, generous supporter and friend of KSS, sees thousands of students and adults each year.
Our facilities include modern log-style dormitories, a central dining hall, classroom space, an outdoor amphitheater, and a state-of-the-art observatory.