We have heard many times that our Park provides the unique opportunity of merging fun, learning, and bonding in one epic field trip. We regard safety as a top priority for our climbers, enabling them to feel comfortable while still challenging themselves!
An effective way to feed your classroom’s motivation is to get the students outside and into an environment that encourages them to use their knowledge and physical capabilities.
The Adventure Park is more than just a fun activity: From building self-confidence and leadership skills among your students, to introducing a hands-on approach in your lesson plan-it can support your classroom dynamic in an engaging way.
Send us an email using our availability form or give us a call to learn more!
In most cases, support for any student with special needs. Although the Park is generally a self-guided facility, we are able to offer one-on-one support in the trees as needed. *On hold in 2021 due to Covid-19
Please mention it when we begin planning your field trip, and we’ll offer you more details!
Everyone is welcome to bring their own food, snacks, and drinks! You’ll have picnic tables reserved in our pavilion area.
We have water stations throughout the Park and have snack and drink options in our Park store.
There are local restaurants and pizza places who are happy to deliver. Check out restaurants in the Olney area!
Please allow up to 5 total hours when planning your visit for check-in, safety orientation, and harnessing.
For larger groups of 100+, ask us about timing when you start planning your trip! You may want to allot extra time to enjoy the full experience.
Please plan on arriving 30 minutes early.
All climbers must have a waiver on file. Waivers must be filled out online. No paper waivers will be accepted.
Once you set up your reservation, we’ll send you a confirmation email where you can find the waiver. You’ll be able to share the waiver link through email or text!
Youth under the age of 18 must have a parent/guardian complete their waiver.
Not sure everyone will want to climb? Bring some extra lawn games, like a football, frisbee, etc.! We even have a sand volleyball court.
Want to add a historic element? Check out our neighbors at Woodlawn Manor Cultural Park for historic tours and trips! Hike the Underground Railroad experience trail, tour the historic manor, or visit the museum.
While we don’t have specific chaperone requirements, we recommend 1 chaperone for every 10 climbers.
Chaperones are not required to climb, but are welcome take part in the experience if they’d like!
Please note: 5 & 6 year olds must climb with an adult at a 1:1 ratio in the Aerial Forest.
Find out what you can expect when you bring your school group to the Adventure Park, get an organizer checklist, check out ideas for your lesson plans… and more!
Send us a message using the form to the right to text a staff member and find out if your preferred field trip date is available.