Things to do for Active Kids

Venture 2 Climb Lawton

Where is it at?

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Venture 2 Climb
2800 W. Gore Blvd
Lawton
OK
73505
Tel: 405 252 0606

Where are we going today?

Have you ever tried indoor rock climbing? It's fun isn't it! But it's not the REAL thing! That's where Venture 2 Climb come in.

Venture 2 Climb are a family friendly company in Oklahoma that just LOVES getting kids and their parents out into the great outdoors to scale those grand rocks and achieve something you might never thought you could have done before.

This fun rock climbing experience can be catered for all types of people - no matter what age (although suited for children over 6 years of age for safety) The lovely staff will take you out on your guided outdoor trips, where you can get that lovely fresh air, get out into nature, and really challenge yourself.

The wonderful thing about rock climbing is that you can work at your own level. Its also the perfect sport to see yourself improving. Didn't quite get to that rock last time...but now you have moved right past it? It's because you're stronger, and really embraced and mastered those techniques!

Venture 2 Climb are all about motivating and exciting kids - something that might be a difficulty sometimes (especially when that new video game has come out!). So, they have created trips which are truly unique and engaging, and allow parents and kids to have these experiences together. And that's priceless!

They are also part of the Fit Kids of Southwest Oklahoma coalition, so they are always actively trying to engage different initiatives to get the children outside and getting, and staying, fit. 

Are you ready for the outdoor rock adventures that Venture 2 Climb want to let you experience?

Let's go! 

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsOpen trips $100. Day trips $250
  • ChildrenSame as adult.
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Each trip varies, but often full days

All year round, weather dependent

Teachers corner

They often take trips to the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge which is a great opportunity for educational experiences. .

I'm Hungry!

It's always best to bring water and snacks to keep you energized. .

Healthy Eating!

They do provide water and energy drinks if it's really hot.

Any Top Tips?

Most of the trips are a full day, so check the weather beforehand and make sure you bring the appropriate wear! .

Doing our bit

Not only are they encouraging kids to get out and get active, but they operate a "leave no trace" policy to encourage environmental conservation.

Need a little extra help?

Unfortunately you do need to be able bodied to participate.

Can I get one of those?

If you really want to keep those memories from the trip, you can buy photos and video of your experience!.

What people are saying?

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    I had a great time here—and I didn’t even know I was working out until the next day when my fingers and shoulders started hurting. This rock-climbing newbie never felt intimidated by all the die-hards Free Climbing on the side or the young employees assisting everyone—Amber was quick and thorough in preparing me with my ‘intro class.’ Although the location was smaller than I expected, there was enough things to do for the crowd in there to never run into each other. I never had to wait in a line to try something. The left side is made...Read More

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    Great place and great people (owners, staff and patrons) with a healthy mix of all ages and abilities.

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    Staff is very helpful. Always new routes. Great for me and the family.

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    Facility is pretty small and not tall enough to justify roping up. If you're a climber, don't bring your harness, just plan on bouldering. The bouldering would be worthwhile if the route setting was better. All problems seemed to have decent movement or flow and then they would have one stopper move that was extremely awkward, dyno on a vert wall, extremely high feet, etc... Not hard because it was hard, but hard because of poor setting. Really wanted to like this place, but as a climber it was disappointing. They need to put a much bigger...Read More

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    Great place! Very affordable.

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by Pyra-Danny V

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I had a great time here—and I didn’t even know I was working out until the next day when my fingers and shoulders started hurting. This rock-climbing newbie never felt intimidated by all the die-hards Free Climbing on the side or the young employees assisting everyone—Amber was quick and thorough in preparing me with my ‘intro class.’ Although the location was smaller than I expected, there was enough things to do for the crowd in there to never run into each other. I never had to wait in a line to try something. The left side is made for the Rappel Equipment while the center and right side is for Free Climbing. There was enough difficulty levels everywhere… except I’m a newbie so I can’t really vouch for whether the difficult levels were worth it. I allowed myself 1.5 hours before I felt like I had enough.

by Julie Patterson

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Facility is pretty small and not tall enough to justify roping up. If you're a climber, don't bring your harness, just plan on bouldering. The bouldering would be worthwhile if the route setting was better. All problems seemed to have decent movement or flow and then they would have one stopper move that was extremely awkward, dyno on a vert wall, extremely high feet, etc... Not hard because it was hard, but hard because of poor setting. Really wanted to like this place, but as a climber it was disappointing. They need to put a much bigger emphasis on route setting.

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