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Posted by adventureli on January 22, 2015

Facili-Trees and Port-o-Pines: The myth of our park bathrooms

Facili-Trees and Port-o-Pines, The myth of our park bathrooms Campers and students always ask the tough questions. One of the first is usually…Where do I go to the bathroom? Do I have to go into the woods? Well we have your answers! They might surprise you too. Our Park Is equipped with standard toilets, stalls

Posted by Anna Birch on January 12, 2015

Lessons from the Sandstone

Our family took a magical, adventurous, and once in a lifetime journey together to Arizona in December. One of the trip highlights was a descent into Glen Canyon. The hike was not for the timid and we took extra precautions throughout to “take risks” in a safe and controlled environment. Both subtle and obvious lessons

Posted by adventureli on November 7, 2014

Fall 2014, and Summer Camp Registration

We are getting both sad and excited around here. Friday November 21st is just two weeks away and it marks the last day of our 2014 program season. We break the week before Thanksgiving so that our staff have the opportunity to spend the holiday at home. Our staff travel far and wide to, places as far

Posted by adventureli on May 20, 2014

Adventure Links Summer Camp Director asks and answers the top questions you should ask about Adventure Camps.

Camp Navigator has featured our Summer Camp Director Mark Diedering in their latest issue. Marks asks and answers the top questions you should ask when choosing an adventure camp. Check out the article here.   Camp Navigator also phone interviewed Mark with some basic questions about Adventure Links’ Summer camp. You can hear the interview

Posted by adventureli on March 4, 2014

The long Winter

Here at Hemlock Overlook winters can be beautiful, they can also be long. While we have programming options that work most of the year, many of our programming options require warmer weather. Activities such as Rock Climbing, Caving, Kayaking, Sailing, Watershed Studies, and Ecology Lessons require warm weather, trees with leaves and unfrozen rivers. So