At the Adventure Zone on Level 3 of our Balboa Campus, girls test
their courage and build confidence in a safe, supportive environment.
They'll challenge themselves with team-focused games, complete problem
solving initiatives and attempt low elements, all under the leadership
of certified staff. Current 4th graders (Girl Scout Juniors) and older
can tackle the 40-foot climbing tower.
Answers to frequently asked questions:
What is the Adventure Zone?
The Adventure Zone course is a
combination of logs, platforms, ropes, games, and activities. Each
group’s session at the course is designed with progression in mind:
Certified facilitators start with ground games and initiatives before
graduating to activities and elements which involve some physical or
emotional risk. When sharing individual successes and setbacks with a
supportive team, participants gain self-esteem and practice working
successfully in a group.
Current 2nd graders (Brownies) and
older can participate in all ground and low-element activities.
Current 4th graders (Juniors) and older
can participate in all activities, including the climbing tower.
If you have a mixed-age group that
includes at least one Brownie, the entire group will participate at
the Brownie level in order to maintain team spirit. Group activities
will be tailored to include the youngest participants, and the group
will not go on the climbing tower.
If you would like to bring your
nonprofit staff or corporate group to the Adventure Zone, please
or (619) 610-0787.
Troops and groups can choose from the
Two-Hour Sampler Session — For current 2nd graders (Brownies) and older
Includes all ground activities and low
elements. (May include the TP Shuffle, Don't Rock the Boat, Traverse
$80/up to 15 participants; $40/additional 1-10 participants.
Four-Hour Session — For current 4th graders (Juniors) and older
Includes all ground activities, low
elements, and the 40-foot climbing tower.
$180/up to 15
participants; $80/additional 1-10 participants.
All participants must commit to the
entire designated time period. This gives participants the best
leadership and team building opportunities plus new found confidence
and team spirit!
Who are the facilitators?
Our certified facilitators include both Girl Scout staff and
volunteers who have completed a 40-hour training course and
participate in ongoing trainings. In order to ensure you the best
experience, each facilitator has been chosen for their abilities in
working with groups and is skilled in tailoring activities specific to
your team's needs.