What is Junior Adventures?
Fall, Winter, and Spring
Activities and Dates:
November 6th: Archery – $3
December 4th: Rock Climbing – $7
January 15th: Hardware Ranch – $5
February 12th: Jump the Moon – $5
March 5th: Skiing – $TBD
April 16th: Cycling – $5
May 7th: Canoeing – $5
Kids and teenagers ages 6-14 with disabilities. Any ability level can be accommodated with enough notice.
Activities are between $3 and $10 per person, based on activity (check the activity list for specific activity pricing.
This year, due to COVID-19 concerns, we will not be providing lunch, just typical pre-packaged snacks.
Parents are welcome to come and observe/assist, but will not be participating in the activities themselves. Junior Adventurers is an opportunity for children with disabilities to try new things and connect with other children, and we work to encourage an environment where achievement can happen as independently as possible.
We love our participant’s families, but in order to ensure the best possible experience for our Junior Adventurers we ask that siblings join us only for the opening breakfast and closing picnic.
For activities in Logan (First Dam, Elevation, Stoke’s Nature Center, Benson Marina, and Lundstrom Park), we ask that parents provide transportation to and from the activity for their children.
We will adapt our activity to an indoor adventure. We may do kid-specific yoga, arts and crafts, or a fun cooking activity depending on the situation.
Yes! CGOA will provide a 2-1 participant to volunteer ration and are in need of volunteers to work one on one with Junior Adventurers. We are looking for volunteers at least 16 years old and who ideally can volunteer for a full session.
Call our office or email info@cgadventures, and our staff will get your family signed up. Payment can be taken over the phone or in-person at our office.