Stubbers Adventure Centre
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What will students see and do?
Located in Upminster, Stubbers Adventure Centre offers one of the biggest variety of adventure activities in the south east. Each year, it welcomes over 40,000 thrill-seekers of all ages through the doors of its 130-acre site, inviting them to participate in exciting activities on its three lakes, giant adventure playgrounds, large climbing towers, discovery trails filled with surprises, den-building areas and more.
Plus, as a non-profit charity, the money the centre makes goes straight back into its charitable work, meaning that by choosing to visit Stubbers Adventure Centre, you’re helping to bring even more outdoor adventures to youth organisations and schools.
The site encourages visitors to step out of their comfort zone and into a world of adventure, with 35+ extraordinary activities across the land, air and water. Feel the wind in your hair and the water on your skin with watersports like windsurfing, sailing, Kata Kanu, kayaking, jet-skiing, open canoeing and paddleboarding.
Alternatively, get your heart pumping and embrace the thrill of something new with archery, axe throwing, wall climbing, quad biking and air rifle shooting.
You can even team up with friends and make awesome memories with boot camp, bushcraft, orienteering, challenge courses and team-building events.
Teaching resources provided
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Minimum and maximum group size
On-site accommodation sleeps 229 in total.
Details of risk assessment
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There are picnic shelters, a play park, a coffee shop and facilities on site for all 35+ activities.
Choose from three accommodation options. Maple Lodge sleeps up to 48 adventurers and five leaders in bunk rooms; Orchard Camp sleeps up to 40 adventurers and four leaders in glamping-style safari tents; Chestnut and Oak Camp Village sleeps up to 120 adventurers and 12 leaders in spacious bunkhouse tents.
Activity day (four hours): £42 per person (1st March-31st October), £28 per person (1st November-28th February).
If you’re interested in a residential stay get in contact for a quote. For every ten children booked on a residential trip, one leader’s stay is free.
Only minutes away from the M25 and just a short train ride from London, Stubbers Adventure Centre is set up to deliver an amazing outdoor experience. It has two big car parks which are free to use and the closest train station is Upminster, where you can take the 370 bus that drops you off right outside the gates of the centre.
Stubbers Adventure Centre, Ockendon Road, Upminster, Essex
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