ACTIVITIES

Challenge Course

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  • Available upon request by group leader 2 weeks prior to your arrival

Challenge Course Goals:

  • For participants to gain problem solving skills and understand conflict management
  • Allow participants to challenge their personal commitment and willingness to risk within the group
  • Expand the groups understanding and experience of what it means to work together as a group
  • Allow for leadership development and awareness of potential in ones self and others
  • For participants to develop relationships within the group appropriate to the groups purpose
  • Expand the groups decision making process and communication skills
  • To give opportunities to groups of all ages to practice the skills above by confronting real challenges
  • Allow the group to reflect upon their experience and how it applies to the group or them as an individual

 

Water Park

GLC-waterpark  Splash-n-Crash

  • Lazy River with tubes
  • Shallow pool for playing and soaking
  • 24 foot Water Slide and umbrella for shade on the patio
  • Must be scheduled prior to your group’s arrival
  • Maximum occupancy 250 with tubes and 300 without tubes
  • Water Park is seasonal

 

Lake Front

super-slice   Aqua_Play

Iceberg  Iceberg_climb

  • Iceberg
  • Wet Wally Slide
  • Rock-it (Saturn)
  • Swim Dock
  • Must be scheduled prior to your group’s arrival
  • Only 50-65 swimmers in the water at one time.  Lifeguards regulate entrance and exit of swimmers.
  • The Lake Front is seasonal

 

Zipline

Zipline solo  zip line full

  • Available upon request by group leader 2 weeks prior to your arrival
  • Helmets and harnesses provided and required
  • Closed-toed shoes required
  • 25 participants per hour maximum
  • Current 5th graders and older

 

Hiking

Hiking   Hiking2

  • Cross the Paluxy River to hike the hillside to the cross on the cliff overlooking the camp
  • Close-toed shoes suggested
  • Adult supervision required
  • Glen Lake Staff can direct you to the trail

 

Canoeing/Kayaking

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  • Available upon request by group leader 2 weeks prior to your arrival
  • Lifeguard must be on duty
  • Lifejackets, canoes, and kayaks provided
  • Maximum 40 participants per hour

 

Fishing

fishing

  • Always available
  • Fish bait available by request at Dining Hall
  • Catch and Release
  • Fishing Poles provided, but guests are invited to bring their own pole