Corporate & Teambuilding

Take your corporate or teambuilding event to a whole new level!

Our events will bring your group a competitive, fun experience that your whole team will love.  These teambuilding events are designed to challenge your team both mentally and physically, and will require collaboration and strategy. You may encounter clues in our events that require your group to travel by canoe, kayak, SUP, or by foot.  Be prepared to challenge yourself and have fun!

Whether you’re looking for an event that lasts a few hours, or you’d like a custom multi-day tour for your group, we can make it happen!  In the past these have included Full Moon Paddles, “Paddle and Plank”, and many other events.  If you have something in mind, let us know!

Teambuilding events include all required equipment, clues, tasks, etc., guides and hosts, and set-up and tear-down.

If your group has other ideas, or wants to incorporate some of your own ideas or challenges, we can work with you to create the perfect experience!


Teambuilding Events

Amazing Chase:
This challenge is similar to the popular reality show.  Teams travel to various locations to complete challenges or tasks in order to gain their next clue. The first team to complete the race wins.

Scavenger Hunt:
With only a certain amount of time, teams use a map to collect information and complete tasks and challenges. Some of the tasks and challenges are worth more points than others, and time penalties are charged for teams arriving at the finish line after time is up.  Teams will have to strategize in order to gain the most points within the given time frame.

Photo Finish:
Each team is given a clue card containing photos of many different items and places. Teams must find the items and places and either take a team picture, get an item from the location, or complete a task (depending on directions at the location). The first team to find all of the locations and return to the finish line wins.

Poker Challenge:
Each team works together to collect 5 randomized cards as quickly as possible. Using a map, each team will have to strategize to efficiently get to all 5 stations and back to the starting point. May the best hand win!


What should I wear?
Comfortable clothing and shoes that you don’t mind getting wet would be best (and a change of dry clothes wouldn’t hurt – just in case!).

What should I bring with me?
Many people like to bring their camera, sunglasses, sunscreen, a hat, water, and a pack.  Make sure the items that you bring are okay to get wet, or bring a drybag to keep those items safe.