Looking for a place where your employees can get together, help one another and push out their boundaries as a team?
Welcome to Adventure Camp!
Adventure Camp, your best partner when it comes to organising your event in Ardèche
With 20 years of experience, Adventure Camp constantly seeks to diversify and enhance your experience.
As a pioneer in treetop adventure parks in Ardèche, Adventure Camp has enhanced its offering with a whole host of additional activities: Via Ferrata, Paintball, Mini Olympics, Combat Archery, and even an Escape Game in the forest.
All with one thing in mind: to allow our customers to unite their strengths and venture beyond their fears, while having lots of fun.
Our range of activities in Ardèche
13 trails of increasing height and difficulty, including 2 fabulous giant zipwires above the river, of 300 and 500 metres, and the Cimes trail that reaches for the canopy over 30 metres above the ground.
Via Ferrata + Treetop course
A trail across the rock face, in addition to our 13 treetop trails.
Game of skill & shooting precision
Paintball, Combat Archery, Laser Game. Prepare for battle on our three shady terrains spread across 10,000 m² of forest.
Under the supervision of an activity leader, 1½ to 2 hours of fun (depending on the number of participants) with a choice of activities from the following selection:
- Bungee Run
- Slip ‘n Slide
- Milk the Cow
- Giant Darts Challenge
- Human Table Football
New in Ardèche: Forest Escape Game
Why not have a go at this brand new outdoor Escape Game?
Armed with a digital pad, each team of 1 to 6 explorers goes on a quest to discover the “Templar’s Secret”.
|Our corporate rates|
|Treetop course||€20* per person|
|Via Ferrata||€27* per person|
|Paintball 200 balls||€20* per person|
|Combat Archery||€14* per person|
|Laser Game||€14* per person|
|Mini Olympics||€30* per person|
|* Prices apply to group bookings for a minimum group of 10 participants|
Adventure Camp also offers…
… advice on partner accommodation providers, as well as the option of meals on the riverbank and, of course, the freedom of each individual member of a group to choose their own activity.