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School Groups

Bring your group and be guaranteed:

  • Team building
  • A fun and educational atmosphere
  • Teachable moments that will last a lifetime.
  • Experience-based projects
  • Cooperation, collaboration, communication, trust, creative problem solving and building self-esteem.

Three Options:

1) Day of Skills


Learn proper entry and safety, as well as how to properly row a boat, or paddle funyak or Stand Up Paddle Board on Glover Pond.


Designed to teach the beginning student proper techniques of target shooting with a bow and arrow, this course deals with history, terminology, safety, and equipment selection. Shooting techniques included are the stance, nocking, drawing, anchoring, aiming, releasing, and following through. The use of the bowsight and target scoring are presented.


Learn cooking skills and safety in the kitchen or outside over the fire.

2) Adventure

Giant Swing

The Giant Swing is suitable for a wide range of participants who can choose the height from which they wish to swing. A great activity that stimulates maximum challenge, excitement and interaction for the entire group.

High Ropes Course

The High Ropes course gives participants the opportunity to push themselves physically, mentally, and emotionally as they navigate through challenges 40 feet above the ground. Set goals, work past fears and trust peers and offer support. Great for fostering confidence and self-esteem.


Take a Leap of Faith off of the zipline that is 75 yards in length and starts 45 feet off the ground.

3) Energize Your Group

Break the Ice

We use a series of fun group games and light problem solving initiatives to help break the ice, and get people communicating and smiling.

Portable Group Challenge

Can be done in the Meadows or in the Gym. Using our large selection of problem solving initiatives, we design a program to fit your needs. Programs can have a general team-building theme or can be more focused on issues such as communication, collaboration, trust, and others.

Low Challenge Course

The Low Challenge Course is a series of experiential problem solving initiatives using a variety of platforms, boards ropes, cables and other assorted props, of which are no more than a foot and a half off the ground. Not intended to be physically demanding, the challenge comes in working together in a positive and productive manner to solve the problems each activity presents. Important group skills such as communication, cooperation, collaboration, and trust will be reinforced and reflected upon throughout.

What you can expect:

  • Create an atmosphere of trust and respect that will encourage finding the value in each other’s strengths and abilities.
  • Renew appreciation for the diversity and unique qualities each individual brings to your group.
  • Become a more cohesive team.
  • Build trust between your students and create instant memories.
  • Increase morale by spending the day together away from the structure of school having fun and working together.
  • Improve creativity by reminding students of the joys and benefits of working together to solve problems.

Sample Day Trip

8:45p Arrival/Orientation
9-10:30a Activity 1
10:30-10:45a Restroom/Water Break
10:45a-12:15p Activity 2
12:15-1:30p Set-up & Lunch
1:30-3:00p Activity 3
3:00-3:15p Restroom/Water Break
3:15-4:45p Activity 4
4:45-5:00p Restroom Break/Board Busses
5:00p Depart

Overnight Accommodations Available

  • Heated Lodges
  • Cabins with electricity and a modern bathhouse

Evening Program Options

  • Boating
  • Cooking
  • Guided Hikes
  • Night Hikes
  • Free Play
    • Gaga Ball, Gym


$50 per person

Fees Include:

  • 3 to 4 Activities specifically programmed to fit any age group.
  • Time tailored to fit your schools schedule.
  • Lunch- Fresh and for every dietary need.
  • Instruction from NJ’s best Youth Development Specialists

Call the office to reserve your group experience today!