Places We Go: Tualatin River at Tualatin Community Park
Explorers take to the water for carefully controlled flat-water instruction, getting familiar with their equipment and environment, practicing paddling techniques and water safety and gaining confidence stroke by stroke.
Places We Go: Rock Creek Trail
Whether they’ve never been on a bike before or have plenty of experience on two wheels, we get kids comfortable with biking technique, safety and equipment. To put their skills to the test, the first day of biking is spent on site at our camp location and the second is out on the trail. Bring your own bike or use one from our fleet, which can accommodate kids of any size.
Places We Go: Forest Park
Age appropriate and eye opening, our hikes teach campers about the flora and fauna around them and Leave-No-Trace principles as they start building awareness of their surroundings and respect for the natural world.
Places We Go: Tualatin River at Cook Park
Explorers take to local bodies to learn the basics of stand up paddleboarding, building core strength and balance and getting confident on the water.
For half of the day, to balance out their daily adventures, kids also explore more introspective activities. They will be learning about breathing and balance in storytime yoga, practicing self-expression and artistic techniques in art and engaging their bodies and voices through music.