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Let’s Get Kids Outside

Honeybees Adventure Time is a drop off after school and weekend adventure program for kids.

We are currently taking sign ups for our fall adventures. We do so much more than hike, we offer all kinds of outdoor activities for children. We explore; we explore the forests and wilderness all around Prescott, we explore our capabilities and capacity to become independent and wild and free. Our program encourages children to do “dangerous” things carefully and with healthy boundaries so that children can gain a sense of confidence within themselves. Honeybee is so much more than just a person who leads kids on hikes. She is a guide and mentor, guiding children in how to be kind and one with the earth, guiding them to find a love for themselves and nature, all while building a community of people who care and support one another.

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If you have not tried Honeybees Adventure Time; you should check it out. We offer rock climbing, boating, paddle boarding, swimming/playing at the lake with some cool water toys. We do slack lining, zip lining, campouts, and so much more.

We take ages 5-14 for Adventure Club and ages 7-75 for rock climbing events! Here are some of the options we offer: Hiking/Adventure Club: Wednesday-Friday 3:30-6:00pm Saturdays 10-1:00pm <waitlist available> Forest Fridays: <waitlist available 8-3pm slot> This is an all day program 8-3:00 or 8-6:00 on Fridays. We offer monthly outdoor rock climbing events for adults, teens and children 7+ We also do monthly overnight campouts!

Don’t miss our amazing overnight Halloween Campout it will be held October 28-30th at Lynx Lake Group Campsite.

To RSVP for an event or to get more information you can check out the website at Honeybeesadventuretime.com Or email us for information at honeybeesadventuretime@gmail.com Don’t miss this incredible opportunity for your children. Spots are filling up fast !!

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