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DeSoto State Park and One World Adventure Company has partnered together to provide unique challenges and fun learning adventures geared to empower participants with decision-making skills  and self-confidence that will enable them to make positive changes in their lives and their world around them. No matter if you are a novice or experienced outdoor enthusiast; there are adventures from kayaking and canoeing to rappelling and climbing to suit everyone and all skill levels.

 

One World Adventure Company is a community based 501 non-profit organization in Mentone, Alabama. Designed around the belief  that outdoor education enhances personal development, the organization provides quality outdoor education programs, combining adventure, environment, and learning to youth and families.

www.oneworldadventureco.com
 

Rock Climbing & Rappelling Excursions

Perfect for groups of 6 or more!
All equipment provided.
Excursions do not include snacks or lunches however you may purchase an excursion package to cover the hunger issue!
Before your adventure, swing by the DeSoto State Park restaurant and we’ll have it ready to go!
EP1 – includes sack lunch, drink, and high energy snack: $15
EP2 – includes sack lunch and drink: $10
EP3 – includes high energy snack and drink - $8
 
 
Guided Rappelling Excursions
Kids Rappelling Adventure 
For families and groups with children ages 7-10. 
Groups with 6 to 10 people:
 $350 (3 hours) 
 
Intermediate Adventure 
An 80 foot rappel for ages 11 and up. Great for beginners and advancement to difficult rappel. 
Groups with 6 to 10 people: 
$450 (4 hours) 
 
Advanced Adventure
 Rappel down a 130 foot sandstone cliff near Desoto Falls. Participants must have prior rappelling experience and be in good physical shape. 
Groups with 6 to 10 people: 
$600 (4 hours)
Guided Rock Climbing Excursions
 
Trip lasts 5 hours including travel. You will need to provide all food, drinks and snacks for your group. 
Location: Cherokee Rock Village-Sand Rock, Alabama. Must be willing to drive 40 minutes to site.
 
Top Rope Climbing: 
Great for beginners ages 7 and up. Cost includes all gear.
Groups of 6 to 10 people:  $425 
Groups of 11 to 15 people: $495
Groups of 16 to 25 people: $650

For more details, call One World Adventure at

(256) 634-8370

 

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DeSoto State Park would like to thank all of our supporters.

Without you, we don't prosper!
 

   

Alabama State Parks operates and maintains 22 State Parks encompassing approximately 48,000 acres of land and water. These Parks rely on visitor fees and the support of other partners like communities to fund the majority of their operations.

Alabama State Parks have endured adverse situations over the past few years and we are proud to have our visitors and supporters that have helped us meet those challenges head on. Alabama State Parks offer ideal places to stay: resorts, hotels, cabins and cottages, camping; and fun places to play: hiking, biking, golf, fishing, paddling, swimming, birding and wildlife viewing or just relaxing. See www.Alapark.com for details on our sister parks in Alabama.

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