All trips are handled by the Outdoor Club
To sign up for a trip meet us at the big Pecan tree outside the Fitness Center (or in the upstairs classroom on inclement weather days) on Fridays at 2 p.m. and find out what you need to know, pay the trip fee, and meet new friends.
We accept cash or checks. Refunds are available if you cancel before the sign-up-date.
Campus Recreation and the Outdoor Club is excited to provide a free campus bike program, Longwood Bikes! This is our way of offering an affordable and environmentally sustainable form of transportation to students. This program provides an alternative to driving and promote campus community. Campus Recreation has a fleet of approximately 20 cruiser bikes available for rent. All bikes come with a helmet and lock.
Campus recreation provides an opportunity for groups and individuals to develop leadership, problem-solving, trust, and communication skills. A trained facilitator accompanies the group through challenging and fun activities focused on group goals, process reflection and communication.
Groups are lead by qualified and well-trained student and staff facilitators.
A minimum of 8eight participants is required for a group. Each group will determine their goals for the experience and the facilitators will ensure that the group's goals are addressed throughout their time frame.
An AB trip is an opportunity for you to engage in community service during your spring break. AB is a great way to explore social issues and discover new things about yourself through education and purposeful action.
For more information, including renting equipment or how to plan your own adventure, please contact:
Gus Hemmer - Associate Director