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When it comes to an ideal retreat loca- tion, Woodloch’s natural beauty is remarkable. “Layers of snow in winter change to bright colorful blossoms and warmth as spring envelops summer, then the brilliance of autumn’s turn makes the resort a quintessential ‘four-season’ desti- nation,” notes O’Fee. “Aside from the bucolic surroundings, Woodloch also offers more than 60 different team build- ing activities that are completely cus- tomizable to fit any company’s needs or wants.”


“One of the most popular activities is the Boat Build competition,” O’Fee continues. “Groups of 10-12 people are supplied with one 4’ x 8’ sheet of cardboard, a marker, box cutter, bed sheets, dowel rods and duct tape. The strict 30-minute time limit forces the group to work efficiently to create a boat that will indeed float. Once time is up, one member from each group will sit inside the vessel and sail it across our pool. Whichever team success-


fully sails the quickest, walks away with Woodloch gold medals.”


With all of these options for team build- ing, O’Fee is quick to add that all of Woodloch’s programs are customizable. “Most of the activities are mainly focused on communicating and working together. One of the more popular games is an in- depth scavenger hunt. With an hour in which to work, players have to run around the 165-resort property in order to find clues, objects and - in some cases - people! Others can stay back work on the many puzzles that are part of this activity, as well.”


Groups also gravitate toward the proper- ty’s Bakery Wars event. Starting with a tray of baked goods (such as a cake, muffins, cupcakes, brownies, donuts, etc.), a topic, and a time limit, each group will build a display fitting into a given topic. Icing, toppings, plastic ware and more are avail- able for use by the participants.


In addition to these activities, private paintball, escape rooms, zip-lining, archery, the famous Woodloch Olympics, brain teaser games, trivia matches, and many others are available from which to choose.


O’Fee notes that Woodloch excels at making sure each client’s needs are met. “Personalized one-on-one service is a common talking point in the meetings world, but at Woodloch it goes several layers deep.”


“When a group books with Woodloch, the sales team and corporate services manager look at the event like an unshapen piece of clay, then with each detail given, the sculpture of an event comes to life,” he continues. “From a cus- tom winter carnival and an all-out block party in a Woodloch Springs cul-de-sac with a live band and BBQ pit to a dark- dining experience and forest-bathing excursion, Woodloch has many options,


TEAM BUILDING THAT’S ACTUALLY FUN? GIDDY UP.


Make your next group event unforgettable in the Pocono Mountains. Work hard at one of our state-of-the-art conference facilities. Then play hard with team-building activities in the great outdoors. To plan your company retreat, contact David Jackson at 570.236.1699 or Djackson@Poconos.org.


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