Groups of all sizes, ages, and backgrounds can benefit from many of the various Teambuilding Program options available. We work with corporate groups, professional organizations, school groups, college/university organizations, civic organizations, and church groups. All organizations can benefit in some way from a challenge course. Examples of these benefits include:
- Many local Chamber of Commerce organizations, brain storming teams, and heads of large industries have used our challenge course to better the teamwork of their organization.
- School groups from 4th grade through high school have used our course to develop teamwork among classes and help their students to prepare for the S.O.L.’s.
- Several Greek organizations choose our challenge course to build a better family atmosphere among their members.
- University leadership councils such as SGA, BOCUS, Student Leader Association, Residence Life, and FCA use the skills learned and implemented at our challenge course to encourage teamwork in their respective organizations throughout the year.
- Youth and adult groups from various religious denominations have had great success in developing their individual programs through the use of our challenge course programs.
A Good Day
As you take the scenic entrance into our facility, you will be comforted by the well kept shorelines of Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia and the amazing wildlife that surrounds our Center. Your group will begin by doing some icebreaker games to help loosen up the participants and get them comfortable around one another.
Our large, open recreation fields offer the perfect environment for introducing groups to the team process, before moving to the beautiful strand of mixed hardwoods in which the Low Ropes Course lies, and the next stage of our process begins. The pavilion at the start of our course makes for a great meeting and discussion area as we relax in nature and discuss our goals and objectives for the day’s activities.
As the groups begin tackling obstacles, the challenges will get harder and harder. After each obstacle, a short debriefing will occur to discuss the points of interest of that obstacle. As the group finishes up the day, our staff and the individuals participating in the course will discuss the overall effects of the day’s challenges and their reflections.