Oregon Trail Adventure

Teachers – is your class is studying Washington State history? Looking for an exciting, immersive living history option close to school?

Join us for the Oregon Trail Adventure where students are divided into small pioneer family units and each group is assigned a “Prairie Schooner” Radio Flyer wagon. Starting at the trading post at Juel Park, students pretend to purchase supplies in order to stock their wagons and then travel along the Oregon Trail through Farrel-McWhirter Park and back again. Along the way they’ll have encounters similar to what real pioneers faced, and will have to make tough choices in order to survive. Upon returning to Juel Park, students will learn about establishing a homestead. Students are encouraged to come dressed in costume and for the weather!

 

Program Benefits

• History comes alive for students in an outdoor classroom

• Real life experience problem solving, working as a team and the

opportunity to be hands-on

• Supports Washington State K-12 Learning Standards

• Conveniently located in Redmond

• Opportunities for wildlife viewing and immersion in a natural setting

• Physical exercise

• Builds community

• Creates lasting memories

Cost: $600 per class

Group Size: Up to 30 students or one class

Ages: 3rd through 5th graders

Program Length: 10am-2pm (or best time for your class) Fall and Spring

To Register: Visit https://naturevision.org/program-registration.  For questions, please call Nature Vision at 425-836-2697 or email info@naturevision.org

Please note: This program is not eligible for water district,  Discuren Foundation or other grant funding.

Download the full program details.