Club and Group Programs
Programs and Tours Available Year-round for All Ages, Clubs and Groups
Asbury Woods has a wide variety of programs and tours available year-round for youth, adult, clubs and groups. Offerings are available in-person and as outreach, or we can come to you.
Each 1-4 hour program is open to groups of 10 or more and is designed to provide opportunities for participants to experience, study and enjoy nature. We have a program fee of $6.00 per person for a 2-hour program and $8.00 per person for a 3-4 hour program with a minimum of 10 participants or $50 per group.
Contact Sarah Bennett, Director of Education and Community Programs, for a customized program at (814) 836-6178 or firstname.lastname@example.org
EcoExplorers Club for Middle Schoolers
Dates: 1st & 3rd Thursday of every month through May 18
Time: 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Age: Currently enrolled in 6th-8th grade
Location: Nature Center
Asbury Woods is excited to launch EcoExplorers: a new after-school environmental club just for you. Club members will meet the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of every month from January – May. This club is perfect for kids who love nature, science, and the outdoors. This spring will feature a variety of cool activities like snowshoeing, stream monitoring, learning how to identify mammal skulls, and exploring wetlands. Club members will also gain valuable volunteer experience. Come join us for the perfect blend of learning and fun!
Anyone interested in joining, please contact our Environmental Educator, Erin Paquette, at email@example.com.
Featured Seasonal Programs and Tours
Groups, clubs, and scouts may choose to explore a wide variety of topics for a visit. Contact us for a customized program or scout badge requirements.
Low Ropes Course
The Asbury Woods Low Ropes course offers groups an exciting, fresh way to experience the outdoors while working to solve problems as a team.
Interested in making maple syrup but don’t have any maple trees? No problem, rent one of ours! Each year, the Asbury Woods staff taps some of our best maple trees for our Rent-a-Bucket program.
Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Geocaching members follow a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache container hidden at that location.