Outdoor Education

Outdoor Education is an opportunity for children to experience new adventures that help them grow in confidence, skills, and knowledge of the great outdoors and of Jesus Christ.

the experience

Upcoming Event

  • April 19 & April 26, from   1:00-3:00pm

  • “Uniquely Similar” theme

    • Entomology – study of insects!

    • Low Ropes team building course

Curriculum

  • Hands-on learning experiences

  • Camp activities 

  • Biblically-based devotions

  • Team Building

Schedule

  • 12:50 Arrival and check-in

  • 1:00  Small group time

  • 1:10    Experience #1

  • 2:00 Experience #2

  • 2:50 Small group time

  • 3:00 End of program

things to know

  • Events typically take place on the third and fourth Wednesday’s of the month from 1:00pm-3:00pm.
  • We ask parents to help supervise their kids throughout the event by keeping an eye on them, though we also want to encourage you to enjoy fellowship with other parents at outdoor education.
  • Kids are divided into three age categories: 4-7yrs, 8-10yrs, and 11-13 years for classes and activities.
    • Kids over thirteen are welcome to attend outdoor education, though the curriculum is designed for thirteen and under.
    • We will occasionally host some events that have activities geared for high schoolers.
  • We really appreciate feedback regarding your experience!

before you arrive

Sign Waivers

  • A waiver must be filled out and signed for every participant.
  • They can be accessed by a link in your confirmation email. The link can be shared with other zip liners.

Dress appropriately

  • Dress comfortably for weather and as if you are going on a hike.
  • Wear tennis shoes or other secure footwear.
  • Flip flops and high heels are not allowed.
  • For winter months, we suggest wearing layers and bringing gloves.

Bring essentials

  • Mask
  • Water bottle
  • Writing Utensil
  • Backpack
  • Bug spray in warm months
  • Sun screen as needed

how to arrive

Arrival Instructions

  • Please plan to arrive 10 minutes before the outdoor education event begins.
  • We will greet you at the first gate and provide directions for parking, as our location on camp may vary each week based on curriculum.
  • Once parked, check-in at the registration table.

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