Check out all of the camp activities available for rental groups at Camp Wyoming!
Bubble Soccer is our newest, most popular activity! This game is great for middle and high school youth and adults. Groups divide into two teams and suit up in plastic bubbles. A game of hilarious soccer ensues, with each team trying to score a goal and stay on their feet! Players will bounce and roll across the field, safe within their bubbles. Check out the video below to see bubble soccer in action! Look out though. This game is quite a workout!
Rates: $100/hour (accommodates up to 10 players at time, and players will want to rotate in and out throughout the game)
Open Memorial Day through Labor Day, our swimming pool allows guests to cool off, splash around, or slide down the slide.
Rates: $100/hour (groups larger than 20 people may incur additional charges due to extra lifeguards needed)
Our two most popular water sports, kayaking or corcls, provide fun for guests of all ages. We recommend kayaks for our middle and high school groups as well as adults. For younger kids, try taking a corcl for a spin!
Explore one of our three on-site caves or venture to local area attractions such as Werden’s Cave or Maquoketa State Caves.
Hike our nearly 400 acres of wooded, limestone bluffs that provide beautiful natural fauna and wildlife indicative of Eastern Iowa. Hike to one of our caves or stroll along Bear Creek for a great experience in the outdoors.
Our 11 element challenge course provides an opportunity for your group to learn to better work together and grow as a team. We tailor every experience specific to your group and utilize a variety of additional team building games and ice breakers that will get even the most individualistic group working together.
Rates: $15/person for a 2 hour session
Take aim and fire a few arrows on our archery range. We can provide an archery event tailored to the skill of your group, providing basic instruction for beginners or some more challenging archery games for more experienced shooters.
Our newest winter program, Broomball provides a skilled sport option during the cold winter months. Played similarly to hockey, hit the ball with your “broom” and try to score a goal. We play this game in the snow, not on ice.
During winter, one the most popular activities is our tubing hill. Zoom down solo, make a chain, or see who can slide the furthest—no matter which way you go down, our tubing hill provides an exciting experience for everyone.
Tubing is free for any rental group.
Our labyrinth provides a quiet space for personal contemplation, prayer, or just a quiet walk in the woods. Unlike a maze, a labyrinth has only a single path which participants follow, allowing guests to think and reflect as they walk.