2021 Traveler’s Choice on Trip Advisor – Over 1,200 5 Star Client Reviews!

2021 Traveler’s Choice on Trip Advisor – Over 1,200 5 Star Client Reviews!

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Outdoor Education Camping & Lodging Trips

Outdoor Education Camping Trips for Groups

Lasting Adventures offers base camp outdoor education programs in spectacular locations up and down the west coast. A front country camping and/or lodging program is the perfect way to introduce your students to outdoor education. Collaborate with our team of outdoor professionals to select a location and design a program to meet the needs of your group. Our front-country programs will include daily adventures with a fun and educational outdoor curriculum. While staying in one location, your participants will engage in a variety of activities including hiking, outdoor cooking, team building, orienteering and more. Through these activities, our program aims to teach LNT, human and natural history, and stewardship for the land. Your students will also leave our program with leadership experience and life skills such as communication and teamwork. At the end of the trip, your participants will be familiar with front-country camping and have a knowledge of the area which they visited.

An Educator's Take

“I am happy to say that last summer’s Yosemite trip was really amazing. Although all of my students have disappeared into their schools, the ones I run into still report an amazing experience.”

Richard Triana, Group Leader of Pascua Yaqui Tribe, Arizona

What We Provide

  • Campground booking and reservations
  • Many locations to choose from
  • Collaborate with our team of educators to plan a curriculum to best serve your group
  • Popular with schools, scout groups, youth clubs etc.
  • All group equipment provided
  • Our team does all menu planning
  • Meals included
  • Accommodating of dietary restrictions
  • Competitive pricing, group rates, scholarships

Lodging Options

Lasting Adventures offers primarily campground based programming.

In some locations, accommodations such as cabins or tent cabins are available for your group.

Sample Itinerary

  • Arrive at meeting location around noon
  • Organize into groups
  • Name games and icebreakers
  • Unpack into camp or cabins
  • Dinner
  • SMART goal setting
  • Bedtime

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  • Wake up and pack for the day
  • Breakfast and pack lunch
  • Waterfall day hike
  • Lunch by the river
  • Nature center
  • LNT and Sustainability lesson
  • Games and activities
  • Showers and free time
  • Dinner
  • Night hike activities
  • Wake up and pack for the day
  • Breakfast and pack lunch
  • Museum and visitor center visit
  • Cave exploration
  • Lunch
  • Art project
  • Free time
  • Dinner
  • Sense of place activity
  • Wake up and pack for the day
  • Breakfast and pack lunch
  • Rock climbing
  • Lunch
  • Meadow walk
  • Local human history discussion
  • Dinner
  • Final campfire with s’mores and skits
  • Wake up and eat breakfast
  • Pack lunch for the drive home
  • Clean up camp/cabins and pack belongings
  • Say final goodbyes
  • Departure

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