Programs and Activities

If you’re interested in speaking to our staff to develop an experience to meet your objectives, please call us at 765-342-2915 ext. 5299, or email us at

Environmental Education

Our tradition of hands-on learning engages students with the environment and educates them about the relationships that connect us to our surroundings.  The programs are designed to be an extension of the classroom combining academic, recreational, and social experiences in a fun, camp-like atmosphere. Whether collecting aquatic insects for the biotic index, listening to Native American legends while gazing into a starry night sky, or writing a poem about a soaring bald eagle, students see their learning come alive.

One-, two-, and three-day sessions are available. We also offer two-hour open houses for families, parents, students, and teachers to better familiarize themselves with Bradford Woods and our programs.

Equine Therapy

Our non-profit partner, Agape Therapeutic Riding Resources, is located on-site and provides equine-assisted learning, professional training, and therapeutic riding for our campsa and to the general public. They also support various leadership and teambuilding programs in conjunction with our program staff.


During your stay, you are welcome to enjoy, explore, and hike the property.

The following activities require the use of our lifeguards and/or staff and must be arranged at least four weeks prior to your event. Each member of your group must complete our Participant Agreement form to participate. Minors must have the release signed by a parent/legal guardian. Guests will not be allowed to participate in any activities if we do not have a completed Participant Agreement form on file.

While participating in our activities, all participants must wear closed-toe shoes. For water-based activities, sandals that stay on the foot or water shoes may be used.

We have a 10-person minimum requirement for these activities.