HAT CREEK ADVENTURES
Low Challenge Course
Cost: $75 per hour
High Challenge Course
Cost: $25 per hour
Hat Creek Camp’s High Challenge course consists of three components: the rock wall, the giant’s ladder, and the high ropes course.
The rock wall: The rock wall towers 35’ in the air and offer’s climbers two different levels of difficulty.
The Giant’s Ladder: This element will challenge you and your partner’s teamwork and you make your way up the four rung suspended ladder.
The High Ropes Course: Participants will be secured to the course 20-30’ in the air while traversing the 5 different elements. You will want to challenge yourself to make it to the end to experience the 200 ft zip line.
Sturdy clothing and footwear are required. Participants must be at least 54” tall.
Cost: $5 per participant Length of Time: 1 ½ hours Location: Little Falling River
Participants will enjoy the adventure of tubing and playing on the Little Falling River. Guests will be transported to and from the creek by the camp’s haywagon. We supply life vests, high quality vinyl tube with back rests and bottoms to make sure your’s doesn’t bump along the way!
Cost: $15 per person Length of Time: 3 hours Location:
Participants can enjoy themselves by carelessly floating along the current of the Staunton river. Tubers will have the opportunity to navigate down a 3 mile section of the river from the historic Journet’s fish dam to the Brookneal boat ramp. The trip offers varied experience of current from slow moving sections to enjoyable class 1 and class 2 rapids. The Wildlife sightings along the Staunton River include Bald Eagles, Osprey, Muskrats, River Otters, Whitetail Deer, and Eastern Turkery. We supply life vests, high quality vinyl tube with back rests and bottoms to make sure your’s doesn’t bump along the way! Tubes can be tied together making it perfect for groups with small children or those that want to remain together on the river.
Cost: $30 per person Max group size: 15 Paddlers will be supplied with a 16 foot canoe, appropriate size paddle and lifevest.
The Staunton River offers paddlers a tremondous experience thanks in part to the system of batteaux navigations walls, sluices, wing dams constructed by the Ronoake Navigation Company in the 1820’s. Each section of the river features wonderful scenery and a bountiful fishery habitat. Wildlife sightings along the Staunton River include Bald Eagles, Osprey, Muskrats, River Otters, Whitetail Deer, and Eastern Turkery. Trips lengths vary according to river levels. River levels are monitored closely and trips will occur only when water levels are safe.
Long Island to Journetts Fish Dam: Length 4 hours
Journet’s Fish Dam to Brookneal: Length 1 1/2 hours
Brookneal to Clarkton Bridge: Length 3 hours
This is a great beginner trip with two class 1 rapids white rock falls sluice Devil’s Bookcase