Acadia Rendezvous

IIn partnership with the National Parks Service, Teens to Trails bring high school Outing Clubs together for a fun-filled outdoor weekend to Acadia National Park. Throughout the weekend, T3 will put together various activities for Outing Clubs such as hiking, biking and rock climbing. Outing Clubs will learn about the natural history of the park from experts in the outdoor field as well as practice outdoor and leadership skills for the upcoming school year.

Total of years running - 4
Total number of participants - 365
Total number of Outdoor Hours - 7,300

Upcoming Acadia Rendezvous

 

Seawall Campground, Acadia National Park, Mt. Desert Island ME

Friday, October 13th- Sunday, October 15th, 2017

Program Details: 

  • Seawall Campground: Acadia National Park, 668 Seawall Rd, Southwest Harbor, ME 04679
  • Outing Clubs are responsible for food, camping equipment and transportation
  • Clubs can arrive on Friday evening or Saturday morning 

Draft Agenda:

Friday

  • 6-9pm Outing Clubs arrival & set up camp (optional)

Saturday

  • 7-10am Outing Clubs breakfast and free time
  • 8:00am Optional morning hike
  • 10:00 T3 Registration opens
  • 10:00-12:00 Outing Club arrivals and set up camp & group lunch
  • 12:00 Welcome & Introductions & group photo
  • 12:30 - 3:30 Outing Club Outdoor Workshops & Team-building Activities
  • 3:30 Exploration & free time
  • 5:30-7:30 Outing Club dinner 
  • 7:30-9:30 Evening activities & S'mores

Sunday

  • 6:00 Sunrise Hike
  • 6:30-8:30 Outing Clubs breakfast and camp breakdown
  • 8:30 - 2:30 Outdoor activities: Hiking, climbing and biking Acadia National Park
  • 3:00 Thank-yous, closing & departure

Program Cost: $35/person


Registration 2017

 

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“Wiscasset High School’s Outing Club had a wonderful hike on Cadillac Mountain in Acadia on Sunday. It was a beautiful day with spectacular views and the added treat of a snowy owl near the summit. Ten kids, lots of laughs, the sort of trip that reminds me why I do this stuff”
— Ralph Keyes, Wiscasset Outing Club Advisor