Field Trips

Field Trips

Living Waters Ranch Field Trips

Public School, Home School, Civic Group, and Corporate Trips

Plan an exciting field trip for your students or employees to Living Waters Ranch! We tailor each field group to the specifications of the group. Field trips can include the Challenge Course for the older students and adults, while we offer a variety of activities for all ages!!

Schools have used field trips to the ranch to reward outstanding attendance, effort, grades, MAP scores, and end of the year outings. For the first time in 2011 we are offering our Missouri Day event on a limited basis. See the Missouri Day page for more information.

Birthday parties are also popular at the ranch. A variety of activities are available.

*Please note: LWR is a faith based organization with an emphasis on outdoor education. Therefore, we are able to meet the needs of secular home school families, public schools, corporations, and civic groups without reference to faith.

For church groups and faith based home schoolers we can incorporate biblical principles into our activities at your request.

Please call and visit with Joyce at 417-646-2694 if you have any questions about field trip opportunities.
 
 
     
 

MAP Reward Trip

90 Osceola 4-6th graders traveled to Living Waters Ranch on Friday, April 3rd for an outdoor day of fun. Students participated in archery, hawk throwing, BB gun shooting, and the Tearing Down the Strongholds Challenge Course. Bull’s-eye!

A Special Thanks!

Special thanks to Joni Bledsoe, Missouri Dept. of Conservation for manning the archery station, Kevin Lovewell, the BB gun station, and Kenneth Angle, the Hawk throwing station. Other volunteers were Bob and Wilma Hodges, Wayne Parsons, Debbie Leiber, Kendra Motley, and Melissa Degenfelder.
 
100-430	Students take aim as Joni Bledsoe, MDC, instructs in the proper way to shoot arrows 
Mrs. Kilgore "trusus" her students to catch her!  100-428	Even the teachers test their skill on the Wiggle Wire 
   

Tearing Down The Strongholds

What would you say are the most important skills children learn today? Reading? Math? Science? While these are essential, there are other abilities just as important. Abilities like problem solving, cooperation with others, communication, perseverance, and leadership ensure success in the real world, also.

Our challenge course is appropriate for ages Kindergarten through senior citizens, as most challenges can be adapted to the age and abilities of the participants. So, not only will children and youth develop these important life skills, but our challenge course is a great way to get young people outside, away from TV and video games and explore/enjoy outdoor activities.  Our motto is ‘No Child Left Inside’!!
Visio our Tearing Down The Strongholds page for more information.