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Baylor Challenge Course
The Baylor Challenge Course is located approximately 2 miles from the Baylor campus at the Eastland Lakes Complex. The Challenge Course is utilized by school groups, businesses, boy/girl scout troops, church groups, athletic teams, non-profit organizations and of course Baylor students and staff. If you have a group of adults or students who could benefit from a fun, transformative challenge, then consider contacting us!
The challenge course is designed to assist groups in developing teamwork and camaraderie as well as be a tool for individual growth, self-confidence and self-discovery. The challenges are both mental and physical in nature and almost anyone of any physical ability can participate and experience success. We utilize debriefing and group reflection as a central element in any challenge course experience to facilitate learning and application of the experience to other aspects of life. Explore this web site to discover more about your philosophy, our team of facilitators, our prices, scheduling a group and much more.
Who Can Participate: The challenge course is designed to benefit individuals of all ages and from all facets of life:
Cost and Contact Information:
- Civic Groups
- Leadership Organizations
- Church ministry teams
- Youth Groups
- Student organizations
- Scouting Groups
- College students
- Sororities and fraternities
- Clubs and organizations
- Residence halls
- Sports clubs and athletic teams
- Other organized groups
Rates vary depending on the agreement contract and the number of participants. We work very hard to make the experience affordable for all who wish to participate. Our program offers both half-day (4 hours) and full-day (8 hours) challenge course sessions as well as leadership training on-site at your facility.
For scheduling and other information, contact the Outdoor Adventure Office at (254)710-3315 or stop by our office at the McLane Student Life Center on the Baylor campus.