Learning Knows No Boundaries

Our mission is to empower and inspire people to challenge themselves both mentally and physically. With challenge comes greater self-confidence and achievement. To Be Boundless: Have No Limits.

What To Expect

  • For Grades 4-12
  • Harness & safety briefing
  • 3 hours of climbing and zip lining
  • Picnic tables for group use
  • Bus parking available
  • Climbing Chaperones: free entry (10:1 ratio)
  • Non-climbing Chaperones: free entry, unlimited
  • Bring your own lunch or delivery from local restaurants
  • Capacity: Up to 250
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Get Your Students Engaged

“My trip to Boundless Adventures prepared me for school because it made me courageous and brought me out of my comfort zone. I've been down on myself this past year starting high school. This school year I plan on taking this courage I found this summer at Boundless Adventures and applying it to my life.” Miranda Courteau - 15 - Auburn High School

Get Your Students Curious

“How far away from the ground on the blue level? How many steps are that ladder? When you're on a zip line why do you drop close to the ground? How many wood blocks did it take to make that platform?” Amelia Porcelli - 10 - PS15 Yonkers

Foster Teamwork

“As the building principal what touched me the most was the encouragement and support I heard from the students and staff as they accomplished all sorts of trials and tribulations in the treetops.” Trish Nugent Fitzgerald - School Principal - Hutchinson Elementary School

Teach Problem Solving

“The mental side is just as strong if not stronger than the physical side. I mean yes you have to be able to physically do all of the obstacles, but if you can figure out a plan and know before you start climbing how you can successfully climb across then you will be able to do it.“ Sophia Hammel - 11 - Advanced Math and Science Academy

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FAQs

What will a day in the trees look like?

When you arrive at Boundless Adventures in Purchase, you will first visit our reception center located in the parking lot. Our staff will then escort your group to the park. Once there, your students (and participating chaperones) will get harnesses and receive a safety briefing (30-60 minutes depending on the size of the group). They will then have 3 hours of developmental team building activities utilizing the “Challenge by Choice” principle. Participants will be given the opportunity to traverse different trails of varying difficulty with their classmates. During this time, they will work together to overcome challenges, inspire each other to face fears, and leave with a better understanding of themselves and their peers.

For what grades is the activty appropriate for?

Boundless Adventures is great for grades 4-12 as well as college-aged students. Given the diversity of the courses, our park is appropriate for everyone from young children to even the most athletic adrenaline junkies (not that those two groups are mutually exclusive). Here is just a small sample of the different schools that have come to our park for field trips.

Washington Irving Intermediate School – 5th Grade

Farragut Middle School – 6th Grade

Albert Leonard Middle School – 8th Grade

Rye Country Day – 10th Grade

The Masters School – 11th Grade

Mott Haven Village Preparatory School – 12th Grade

Is this educational or recreational?

Both! We provide your school with a “Before the Trip” and an “After the Trip” questionnaire to give your students. This is very helpful to get the students to learn about themselves and their classmates, improve on their teamwork skills, and gain self-confidence which will help them take more risks when they need to do public speaking, creative writing, and scientific experimentation. However, all of this learning will take place while they are having an amazing time. Some will even say it was their best day ever!

Are waivers required for each student?

Yes they are. We offer electronic waivers or a paper version, and are happy to work with you to make this process as simple as possible.

What about chaperones?

We allow for one free chaperone to climb for every ten paid climbers. Additional climbing chaperones would pay the school group rate. Non-climbing chaperones can come at no cost.

Is there a place to park the bus?

Yes. Parking is free and conveniently located on site.

What do we do about food?

We have picnic tables throughout the park. You are welcome to bring your own lunch, or have food delivered.

What if it rains?

We are open rain or shine. If you prefer to reschedule your group due to inclimate weather, we are happy to do so as well.

Do you require a deposit and when is full payment due?

For groups of 15-50 we require a $150 deposit. For groups of more than 50, we require a $500 deposit. Full payment is due two weeks in advance of the reservation.