Camping brings man closer to nature and nature closer to MP3 players. Experience Mother Nature in all her glory with today’s Groupon to Wildman Adventure Resort.
Choose from Two Options
- $199 for a four-day adventure trip for two at the Peshtigo River Outpost (a $400 value)
- $389 for a four-day adventure trip for four at the Peshtigo River Outpost (an $800 value)
Adventures run on Sunday and Monday only. Guests must provide their own tent.
Each adventure includes five of the following activities per person:
- Summer Peshtigo River whitewater rafting
- Menominee River whitewater rafting
- Alpine Tower high ropes course with giant swing
- Sea kayak lake tour
- Paintball pursuit <p>
Guests will pitch their own tents at the Peshtigo River Outpost during a four-day [camping excursion](http://www.wildmanranch.com/packages.php), where they can try five preplanned activities or opt for teaching a raccoon to read. Thrilling engagements such as rafting or kayaking allow outdoor adventurers to glide or tumble through the river, while paintball outfits them with markers and colorful orbs to defeat their pretend enemies. For an extra charge, guests may rent out [cabins](http://www.wildmanranch.com/lodging.php) (about $60–$325 for four people) at the Peshtigo River Outpost or Menominee River Outpost. Those who'd rather not forage for berries and arrange them into burger shapes can purchase food on-site. Additional activities are also available, such as zip line ($55/person) or rock climbing ($30/person), which allows athletes to hide embarrassing yearbook photos at the top of the structure.
Wildman Adventure Resort
Between its outposts on the Peshtigo and Menominee Rivers, Wildman Adventure Resort plays host to an abundance of outdoor activities including paintball, rock climbing, ziplining, whitewater rafting tours, and golf. Before embarking on any one of these excursions, visitors can either pitch a tent or settle into one of the cabins, which include heat, electricity, and a communal bathroom, or deluxe cabins, which feature kitchens. At the Peshtigo River Outpost, cascading sounds from the rushing whitewater river soothes the spirits of travelers, who can catch fish, swim, or look for signs that local wildlife may be scheming to commandeer a river raft. The Menominee River Outpost, meanwhile, sits within Bombers Golf Course, a nine-hole course bound by riverbanks on three sides. Food is available for purchase onsite, and the onsite restaurant and bar is an ideal spot for guests to whittle customized utensils using leftover golf tees.