Butter and Egg Adventures located in Troy, Alabama is a retreat center and outdoor recreation facility for those fiver years and older. We offer 23 ziplines, 2 climbing structures, three unique aerial tree courses and outdoor laser tag. Butter and Egg Adventures is located between the cities of Montgomery and Dothan, Alabama just off of Highway 231. Also available at this family run facility is canoeing and pedal boating, axe throwing for those 12 and older and an Escape Room. We do require a reservation to make sure that space is available and that we have the staff scheduled just for you. Butter and Egg Adventures also has a wide variety of outdoor games and venues to have fun.
Directions to Butter & Egg Adventures :
From the intersection of U.S. Hwy 231 and George Wallace Drive (at Sonic), turn onto Wallace Drive, driving toward Troy University. Continue past Troy University, past C. Henderson High School, and to the intersection, with traffic light, of Elm St. and Wallace Drive. Turn right on Elm St. and continue for one-half mile and make left hand turn onto “Barron Road”, then proceed down this road till it dead ends with Butter and Egg Road. Turn right onto Butter and Egg Road for one-half mile looking for the drive on the right marked with white, Butter and Egg Adventures sign. Follow signs to park. Telephone for more camp information: (334) 670-9953/670-9954
On HWY 231 North from Dothan:
Just after passing Extreme Athletics on your right, turn right onto County Road 5516 (Swindall Road). Drive approximately 2.2 miles and turn left onto County Road 5513 (Elm Street). Drive approximately 2.6 miles and turn right onto Barron Road. At the Dead End (About 1.5 miles), turn right onto Butter and Egg Road and continue for about a half mile. Butter and Egg is on the right side of the road.
Varies due to Activity Chosen
Varies due to Activity Chosen
We have a concession stand with drinks, snacks, ice cream, slushies and cooked to order food.
We ask that you make reservations in advance, by calling 334.670.9954. This way, we can reserve a spot for you that will work for both you and us.
We sell t-shirts, buffs, stickers and patches
School Field Trips Make Lasting Memories
Even as a senior citizen, I can still recall many school field trips from my youth. As a kid, I counted down the days when the whole class would board a bus, bound for adventure not found in my rural hometown. Some school field trips were highly educational and tied to required curricula (i.e., the state capitol tour in the 4th grade Alabama history year), while others allowed for rambunctious kids to explore the outdoors and break out of the daily confines of our school building (i.e., state parks, the zoo).
Now that I operate a recreational facility that offers school field trips,ts, I take great pride in planning experiences that children will remember for years to come. I also want to make these experiences enjoyable to teachers and staff so that they can join in on the fun and let their students see a different side of themselves. There is always great excitement when teachers soar on the zipline, climb up the rock wall, or oppose their students in battle on the Laser Combat course.
Most of our facilities are accessible to wheelchairs.
We do require that everyone complete an on-line waiver, which can be found at