Outdoor Escapes New Hampshire Conway
Where is it at?
Outdoor Escapes New Hampshire
49 Butternut Ln
Where are we going today?
The great outdoors is SO much fun to explore, so why not take the family out for an adventure in New Hampshire with Outdoor Escapes!
Outdoor Escapes can offer fun guided tours in a whole range of fun activities that can get those kids into the beauty of nature, AND get really active! Its win-win! They can also show you how to lead the way if you want!
The range of activities that are offered by Outdoor Escapes are really diverse, so you will be able to find something that suits the whole family, including different durations that range from two hours to ten days!
The outdoor recreation activities include hiking, quiet water and white water canoeing and kayaking, backcountry skills, camping, archery, fly fishing, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, and survival skills. Some of our nature exploration activities are animal tracking and signs, winter tree identification, New Hampshire geology, star gazing, and all about moose. Phew - that's a lot of fun to be had!
They even have special events for kids and families, as well as SUV easy adventure tours. There are some very cool experiences to be had too, such as staying in yurts or tipis if opt to go for one of the longer camping trips!
What better way to spend the day with the family in the beautiful wilderness of New Hampshire. There is nothing like creating memories AND getting that important exercise!
Let's start the adventure!
How much does it cost?
- AdultsPrices start at $210 per person, but then $30 additional persons after that
- ChildrenSame as adult
When can we go?
Times suit you! Book ahead to confirm
Outdoor adventures available 24/7, 365 days a year, depending on guide availability..
They offer all kinds of outdoor recreation and team-building activities, survival skills instruction, and hands-on nature studies. They can customize activities for an hour, half-day, full-day, and multi-day adventures, from pre-schoolers through college-age, including gap-year programs (between high school and college). .
It's best to go prepared with your own lunch, snacks and water. They provide lunch on full-day adventures and all meals on multi-day trips, with consideration of allergies and dietary restrictions. .
Make sure you take plenty of bottled water! .
Any Top Tips?
They offer hiking and nature study year-round. Snowshoeing and cross country skiing are best between January and March. Paddling canoes and kayaks, and outdoor archery, are probably best in the warmest months for children--mid-June to mid-September. Biking and summer hiking are good from mid-May to mid-October..
Doing our bit
Their guides are trained in wilderness medicine and rescue, so you are in safe hands! They also know the environment, so your trips aren't damaging the nature or wildlife. .
Need a little extra help?
Speak to staff if you have any disabilities and need assistance, and they will discuss the best options for you!.
Babies are welcome on your family adventures, just call to discuss options. Also, they have a couple of toddler carriers (backpacks) to rent during our guided hikes, as well as a bicycle trailer that will hold two toddlers/preschoolers..
Don't forget those hats!.