Woronoco Heights Outdoor Adventures (WHOA)
Celebrating Three Years of Outdoor Adventures!
WHOA! Looking for something different to do on your Saturday?
Then Woronoco Heights Outdoor Adventures is the place for you.
WHOA! What Are the Adventures?
This program offers a variety of seasonal activities on one Saturday each month from September to June. These include ice fishing, show shoeing, rifle and shotgun, cooking, ATVs, blacksmithing, ham radio, and more. New programs include the Yukon Challenge for winter WHOA days where you can earn a special patch, if the conditions are right! Click here to find out the details. Click on any of the dates below to find out which activities are scheduled for that day.
WHOA! Where You Make New Friends!
This program is open to anyone ages 5 and up, whether you are a Scout or not. Whether you come with your unit or with your family, plan to have some fun and invite a friend.
WHOA! The Fun Starts Now!
Each program is available from 9 am until 3 pm. You may arrive/leave at any time. Check-in will be at the lower level of the Trading Post.
WHOA! Sign me up!
While you are welcome to make a last-minute choice and show up on any of these days (pending COVID-19 restrictions), we would appreciate your pre-registering so we know how many people to expect. Click on the link to register for the date(s) you wish to participate in. Please Note: Our weekend programs run rain or shine, so come prepared for the weather!
WHOA! How much does all this fun cost?
The cost for a day's activities is $10 for youth up to 9 years old and $15 for those 10 or older.
We also have special rates for groups of 10 or more and for groups who are renting a cabin for the weekend. See the details on the registration page for each date.
WHOA! What about food to keep me going?
We will have soup/chowder, hot dogs, hot and cold drinks, chips, candy, and ice cream available for purchase at the Trading Post.
WHOA! What should I wear to camp?
These are outdoor adventures and as such you need to wear appropriate attire for the season. Footwear, in particular, is important. Many of the events require walking around the camp and sneakers may not be the best option, especially in the spring during mud season. Boots or other sturdy shoes are the best option.
Note: At no time are open-toed shoes or sandals allowed on camp property. There are too many places where people can stub toes and twist ankles, so please leave these at home!
WHOA! Meet our Staff!
Click here to read more about some of the programs we offer and the staff running them.