- The Georgia FFA-FCCLA
Center hosts affordable team building and leadership programs
for a wide range of groups, including student organizations, church
youth groups, adult leadership, and corporate groups. We can provide
Low Ropes Course, Obstacle Course, and High Ropes Course programs.
All programs at the Center are flexible. Our instructors will
work with you to develop a program that fits your needs based
on your goals, schedule, budget, group size, and group age.
The low ropes
course is an excellent choice for groups that wish to build teamwork
and unity among their participants. Common concepts include communication,
trust, cooperation, encouragement, and goal setting.
The Low Ropes program consists of two main sections -
- Team initiatives
- lower impact activities that are designed to introduce the group
to critical concepts
- Low-ropes style elements
- more physically challenging elements that reinforce and develop
the concepts that have been introduced.
Our unique Leadership Course is a head-to-head course that is excellent
as a final activity. Teams apply the concepts learned into a fun
and competitive environment. Participants get wet and muddy. We
highly recommend this program for active youth and college groups!
The obstacle course is sure to be an event that your team will remember!
There are two obstacle
courses to choose from -
- The traditional obstacle
course on the ball field. This course involves getting wet and
Mud Obstacle Course. The course new in 2012 has six full mud
pit elements and multiple dry elements. Participants will be VERY
The high ropes course presents a set of more challenging elements
that are designed to develop individuals by helping them:
- Overcome challenges
- Experience high levels
- Expand comfort zones
- Grow personally
We operate under the
"Challenge by Choice" philosophy, so participants have
the option to select their personal level of challenge in all activities.
For information about
our programs for School/Educational Student Organizations, see the
- Is there a minimum
number of people?
All programs require a minimum of 10 people.
- Is there an age limit?
The minimum age for most programs is 10 years old. There is no
set maximum age limit; anyone in good physical condition may participate.
- How much time should
I plan for?
Low Ropes: Programs can be designed to run between 1 hour and
High Ropes: As a general rule, figure at least 5 minutes per person
These are only estimates and will depend on the specifics of your
- Is there a release
form that I need to sign?
All participants must have the signed release
form in order to participate.
- Is it safe?
Yes, it is safe. Safety is of utmost importance to us. Our high
ropes lead instructor training and high ropes course inspections
are performed by Project Adventure, a premier organization in
the ropes course industry.
Prices (Rental Groups)
- All prices are per-person.
- Prices are subject
to change and are based on the specific needs for your group.
- Half High Ropes Programs:
up to 3 hours
- Full High Ropes Programs:
3 hours to 5 hours
- The Climbing Wall
is available as an individual element. Contact us for pricing.
- For groups planning
to visit the Center only for a ropes course program, use the Day
Program pricing. If you would like to extend the program to more
than one day, contact the Center for pricing.
- For groups adding
a program to their conference package, use the Conference Add-On
- For a customized
package, contact the Center office.
Ropes + Half High Ropes
Full High Ropes
(add to your existing price)
Course: add $5 per person
*N/A = Not available due to time constraints
us for availability and pricing.
For best availability, make sure to schedule the course when you
make the initial reservation.
All participants must
complete the required release form.
the Ropes Course Release Form (pdf file)
the Ropes Course Program Flyer (pdf file)