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.

 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 Rock Climbing Excursions

Located 30 minutes from Desoto State Park, this 3 hour activity is worth the drive to Cherokee Rock Village. Overlook Weiss Lake of the mighty Coosa River as you top rope climb sandstone crags. 
$40 per person (climbing) requires at least 4 participants if booking outside of scheduled events.

Location: Cherokee Rock Village-Sand Rock, Alabama. 


Rappelling Excursions: 

You can now explore scenic rock outcroppings along Lookout Mountain!  No previous experience is necessary to go deeper into nature in this exciting activity! We have different skill levels from families to adventure seekers and everyone in between.
Cost: $30-$75 - Activity time frame depends on age/skill level and range between 3 and 5 hours. 

Great for beginners ages 7 and up. Cost includes all gear.

For more details, call One World Adventure at (256) 634-8370


Kayaking & Canoeing also available for individuals or groups

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.





 The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, gender, pregnancy, national origin, genetic information, veteran status, or disability in its hiring or employment practices nor in admission to, access to, or operations of its programs, services, or activities.