Educational Adventures are designed to challenge students mentally and physically while teaching them about our natural surroundings and encouraging them to become environmental stewards.


Program Options

Educational Adventure I

Choose a combination of 3 unique educational classes and select Whitewater Center pass activities.

  • Educational Programs

    Up to 3

  • Pass Activities

    Please Inquire

  • Grades


$30 / student

Educational Adventure II

Features an Educational Program and select pass activities. Activity choices include zip lines, ropes, jumps and climbing.

  • Educational Programs


  • Pass Activities

    Please Inquire

  • Grades


$39 / student

Educational Adventure III

Students will participate in one Educational Program and receive a Day Pass, providing access to all available pass activities.

  • Educational Programs


  • Pass Activities

    Please Inquire

  • Grades


$59 / student

Educational Programs

Hike and Seek

Experience the ecology of the Whitewater Center with a guided hike on the trail network. Students will explore our native plants and wildlife, how they depend on each other, and what they need to survive.

Grades K-12 Duration: 1.5 hours

Tree Agents

Students will explore the Whitewater Center’s forest and learn how to be “Tree Agents” by identifying different species of trees, as well as exploring wildlife that depend on trees.

Grades K-5 Duration: 1.5 hours

Tree Identification

Students will be introduced to tree identification while hiking the Whitewater Center’s forest. Participants will identify different species of trees and explore the native wildlife that depend on trees.

Grades 6-12 Duration: 1 hour

Human Impacts on the Environment

Investigate the impacts humans have on the planet through inquiry and experimentation. Students will learn about the natural world around them and how to make a positive impact on the environment.

Grades 3-12 Duration: 1.5 hours

Team Building

Students engage in problem solving and skill development by utilizing Whitewater’s Team Development Center.

Grades K-12 Duration: 1.5 hours

Zipline Engineering

Learn about the physics behind zip lining including how factors such as gravity, friction, and change in mass affect the motion of an object. Students will use engineering principles to design and test their own mini zip line made from everyday items and test their newfound zipline engineering skills.

Grades 3-8 Duration: 1.5 hours

Pass Activities


Do you have any program Qualifiers?

Minimum of 20 students.

EA programs run only on weekdays.

Groups must provide at least 1 chaperone for every 20 students.  The chaperone ratio will vary on water activities.

How long are field trips?

EA programs vary in length. Please discuss the duration of your stay with our Outdoor School staff to decide which programs and activities will best suit your visit. Pass activity hours vary throughout the year, and are available on the Whitewater Center Calendar.

Do you provide lunches?

Boxed lunch packages are available upon request.

Group Outings Form

  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Please let us know what your group would like to do at the USNWC.