Team Building, Education and Adventure
Wheeler Adventure – providing hands-on education to create meaningful experiences
At Wheeler Adventure we focus on giving program participants the opportunity to learn through participation and reflection through hands-on activities and visual observations. Wheeler Adventure uses creative and unique team-oriented activities that promote cooperation, communication, group problem solving, and conflict resolution. Located in Seekonk, Massachusetts and affectionately called the Wheeler Farm, the campus for Wheeler Adventure is a perfect natural preserve for outdoor instruction in ecology and science with low & high ropes course elements including a zip line and team-building exercises. The success of any program rests on the quality of its people, and Wheeler Adventure has a highly trained and experienced staff with the resources to deliver leadership training and a meaningful curriculum to groups of up to 200 participants. The Wheeler Adventure staff are trained in activities designed to promote group community, cooperation, trust, leadership and communication. Participants quickly learn to work as a team in a variety of activities that are fun, educational, challenging and meaningful for everyone involved.
At Wheeler Summer Camp, all campers participate in our team building, adventure and nature-based programs. Our experience tells us that through these types of programs, our campers develop their leadership and group dynamic skills and leave summer camp more confident, able to form stronger friendships, with a sincere appreciation for nature and the environment in which they live.
GROUPS & ORGANIZATIONS
At Wheeler Adventure, our team building, adventure and educational programs are designed to create a one-of-a-kind experience for groups and organizations of all ages and sizes. Wheeler’s staff will help design a program focused on your specific goals and objectives. We tailor fun and engaging activities that target any number of different skills, lessons and values. Our trained facilitators can design a team building program that addresses the group’s specific challenges to help them grow individually and collectively to achieve success. Discussions at the end of each activity highlight how the group and individuals have improved and the many ways in which these experiences will carry over into their day to day lives and situations.
Groups and programs we work with:
School field trips
At risk programs
Science & environmental programs
“Kids had an awesome time! I also thought the day went great. You and your staff were very professional and fun. I plan on returning next summer!”
“The students enjoyed it very much. My returning students that participated in the past, noted significant positive changes that they enjoyed tremendously, specifically – the teamwork and activities. They also mentioned how the staff made it fun. Their feedback all stated that “Bob, made it more fun and he really said a lot of things about life that I took into a great deal of consideration and will apply it to the future.”
“A huge thank you to you and the Wheeler team for an awesome day yesterday. The 8th grade teachers and I are extremely grateful for your thoughtful planning and hard work on a great program! We thought that the activities provided some great data about our kids this year. We saw some great qualities emerge in our students, but we also saw many things that we can help them work on throughout the year in order to prepare them for high school. For example, we saw communication (talking and discussing), but we need to address the effectiveness of that communication in regards to tone, active listening, and things like that.”
About Wheeler Adventure Resources
Our home is a gorgeous 120-acre campus, a perfect outdoor classroom that offers many opportunities to learn through participation and reflection. These are just some of the features and highlights of the campus; we invite you to look at the virtual aerial tour, and to contact us to arrange a tour.
- High and low (ropes) challenge course
- Community vegetable garden
- Walking trails, wetlands, a pond, and an ecological preserve
- Athletic facilities include eight multi-use fields, eight tennis courts, and a field house with three full size multi-sport courts
- Heated 25 meter outdoor swimming pool
- Outdoor pavilions for meeting and teaching areas
For more information or to design your program, please contact Bob Rojee, firstname.lastname@example.org.