Group Development Experiences
• Challenge • Motivate • Connect • Accomplish •
Most people would agree that a group that plays together, stays together! As well, a group that works together is more effective when its members communicate and problem solve well, respect and utilize diversity in the group, cooperate and constructively deal with controversy, and use leadership within the group to transform itself into a highly functioning team. The Outdoor Center at Georgia College offers a broad range of custom designed group development experiences that are focused on team building and team effectiveness. So if you are looking for a unique and exciting option to produce positive results within your group, a program with us may be right for you. Our mission for group development experiences is to create programs with lasting impact for profit and not-for-profit organizations, community groups, athletic teams, churches, youth groups, and school groups. In consultation with you, we design and deliver experiences that are conducive to helping groups and group members achieve their goals. We challenge, we motivate, we connect, and we accomplish results. Give us a call and tell us what you and your group need. We offer a range of options:
- Half day, full day, multi-day, and repeat (weekly, monthly, etc.) programs
- High static and dynamic challenge course elements
- Tango Tower group event
- Low challenge course elements
- Initiative tasks
- Canoeing, geo-teaming, climbing, orienteering, and kayaking
- Residential combos
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The Outdoor Center at Georgia College
Campus Box 121
Milledgeville, GA 31061
For directions to Georgia College in Milledgeville, click here.
The Outdoor Center's address is 315 Lake Laurel Rd NE, Milledgeville, GA 31061.
To visit us from main campus head east on GA-24/GA-49 W/W Hancock St. Continue to follow GA-24 for 2 miles. Turn left at Lake Laurel Rd and drive north approximately 2.1 miles. The Georgia College East Campus and Outdoor Center entrance will be on the right.
Milledgeville, the antebellum capital of Georgia, is located on beautiful Lake Sinclair and the Oconee River. East Campus is located less then 10 minutes from Milledgeville on Lake Laurel Rd and just a few miles from Rocky Creek Recreation Area on Lake Sinclair. The town of Milledgeville and its surrounding natural features offers lots of opportunities for historical exploration, canoeing and kayaking, cultural events - and of course a wide range of eating establishments befitting a university town! Near by Bartram Forest offers a network of mountain bike and running and historic Lockerly Arboretum offers a wide range of environmental education programs or a place to experience some of the finest gardens in the area.
Milledgeville Tourism Information
City of Milledgeville
Andalusia, Home of Flannery O'Connor