We customize exciting outdoor team building activities that combine fun interaction designed to enhance individual and team growth. Our experienced staff guides your group through activities to strengthen group cohesiveness, improve confidence, communication, and trust.
We tailor activities to fit each group’s goals and objectives.
We can adapt activities to accommodate various physical abilities.
We offer activities for one-day and weekend retreats.
Our team building activities include:
Low Ropes Course
Our Low Ropes Elements are designed and facilitated with team dynamics foremost in mind to be unique, challenging, and fun for your team! Coupled with active facilitation, our low ropes program can help you develop a team dynamic that breaks through communication and critical performance barriers that can keep your team from performing when it counts.
This 2- to 5-hour activity consists of five individual elements, between 6-18 inches off the ground. As participants go through each element, their team members act as “spotters,” providing physical support to help each individual and their team complete the challenge.
Team members walk on a wheel of steel cables suspended within a ring of redwood trees.
Participants must solve challenges as a team, such as swapping places with another team member.
Develops communication, group decision making, and identifies frustration thresholds.
Traverse the forest on this bouldering-style element composed of steel cables, hanging ropes and tree staples, spotting and coaching your team as you progress.
Develops mutual trust, goal-oriented thinking and personal confidence.
Swing from a starting platform to a goal platform on a rope, actively resolving challenges with your team, including order of operations and critical performance challenges that regularly arise in a group dynamic.
Develops team trust, creative problem solving, active support, and individual performance in clutch situations.
Consisting of two steel cables suspended between three trees, each team must choose a path to one of two goals.
Participants balance and make forward progress as their team actively supports and spots them.
Develops critical thinking, group decision-making and analysis of two divergent paths.
Group must execute various tasks while balanced on a pivoting platform.
Requires individual performance for group success.
Develops problem-solving and team coordination.
High Ropes Course
Our High Ropes Course is attached to giant redwood trees, at a thrilling 35 feet above ground. To ensure safety, our staff supervises each activity and each participant wears a body harness attached to a belay system. This activity consists of seven individual elements, including a 150-foot zip line ride:
Hang out in the canopy on our cargo net! Set 30 feet in the air, our cargo net is nested in a faery ring of redwoods connected to the main platform of the challenge course.
Traverse a rope bridge between two platforms while on belay, and learn to embrace progress one step at a time to meet goals.
Feel the rush of leaping platform to platform, with varied gaps in between. Learn to manage expectations and make do with the resources you have on hand with this climbing element.
A cable traverse with no hands, no ropes to hold, and no excuses! Learn to master frustration and focus on the Cake-Walk
Multi-Vine (Short and Long)
Walk the cable, or jungle-swing from vine to vine 30 feet up in the canopy. No climbing course should be without a multi-vine element, and the Camp Campbell Challenge Course boasts two -- short and long. Choose your level of challenge and achieve!
Our balance log is great for confidence-building areal acrobatics. Inch, walk, or sprint across, and develop the personal confidence that trumps trepidation even in the most stressful situations.
A Tyrolean Zip that rockets climbers 150 feet through the redwoods at speed, the Camp Campbell Zip Line is a great way to finish a challenging, fun climb on our Challenge Course. As close to flying as it comes while still safely attached to a belay.
Climb a redwood and leap from a platform 30 feet above the forest floor to a hanging target at a distance of your choosing. Develops goal-setting and fear management
Teams hoist a team member into the air on climbing rope. ADA accessible and designed specifically for team members with physical limitations.
Traditional tower climbing on a multi-sided climbing tower with gym-style holds, overlooking the creek. Great for new or experienced recreational climbers focused on goal-setting and personal improvement. Try to ring the bell at the top!
Custom High Activities
Choose from any of these exciting new adventures for your group…or ask how we can create a custom package for you.
Find out more about our:
Tree Top Cabins
New cabins located high among the redwood trees.
Each heated cabin sleeps 14 people, bunk bed style.
Each bed has its own window and lamp.
Equipped with private showers, and electricity.
Enjoy an old time camp feel and a central location.
Each heated cabin sleeps 9-14 people, bunk bed style.
Shower facilities are within a short walking distance.
Contact Us: Group Packages and Rates
We create custom group packages to meet your unique goals and budget. Rates vary depending on the activities. We’re excited to help you plan your event. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 831-338-2128.