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Outdoor Education

Outdoor Education Adventure for Elementary Schools Grades 4-6

Our residential Outdoor Education Adventure is not a separate curriculum, but a method for supporting the existing curriculum your classroom uses. It also can be used as an aid in all subject areas.

As a result, students experience exciting hands on activities and learning takes place in a new classroom.

For more information or to book your Outdoor Education Adventure contact our Guest Services today.
Call: 262-889-4305 or Email: Lillian_Engelbrecht@usc.salvationarmy.org

Download our brochure.

 

Dorm style housing is offered to students staying at Wonderland Camp.

The Shagbark dorms sleep up to 12 and the Wonderland dorms sleep up to 30.
Each cabin is heated and air conditioned with shared baths and separate counselor rooms.

Choice #1 Shagbark
Lodging
Shagbark Cabins (12 per cabin)
Teacher/Leadership housing available

Meeting Rooms
Cherokee Hall (2 Rooms within Cherokee Hall)
Ottawa Gym

Choice #2 Village
Lodging
Village Cabins (30 per cabin)
Teacher/Leadership housing available

Meeting Rooms
Tamarack
Maple North & South

* Additional buildings are available at an added cost*

Overnight Lodging Packages

Option #1
1 night / 3 meals/ 1 snack – $44 per person

Option #2
2 nights / 6 meals/ 2 snacks – $88 per person

Option #3
2 nights / 7 meals/ 2 snacks – $96 per person

Day Visit Pricing

  • Meeting Space: $50
  • Day Pass: $5/per person
  • Low Ropes: $100 ( Group Fee, Min. 8/ Max 36, 2 hours)
  • Climbing Tower/Zip Line/Swing: $50 per hour (Group Fee)
  • High Ropes: Half Day – $18/per person (Min. 8 / Max 40)
  • High Ropes & Low Ropes: Full Day plus Lunch – $36/per person

*Additional Outdoor Education classes: $3/per class, per student*

Prices include:

  • 3 activities/classes facilitated by Wonderland Camp Staff
  • Orientation
  • Tour of Camp
  • Night Hike/Camp Fire

Classes will introduce students to new activities outdoors.

Students will explore their surroundings through close interaction.
(Choose 3).

  • Archery
  • Boating
  • Climbing Wall
  • Fire Building *
  • Fishing *
  • Low Ropes/Initiatives
  • Nature Center
  • Geocaching *
  • Team Sports *
  • Climbing Tower
  • Zip Line/Swing
  • Tree Study *

*Wonderland Staff or school staff may teach classes with camp providing the materials, when prior arrangements have been made with Guest Services.

Team Building

Students build confidence in group activities.

  • Low Ropes/Initiatives
  • Climbing Tower/Zip Line/Swing
  • High Ropes—requires a minimum of 2 hours