Tumbleweed Offers Custom Parties to Make Every Birthday Dream Come True.
With over 100 secluded acres nestled in beautiful Kenter Canyon, your next celebration will be a huge success! Whether you are planning a birthday, family reunion, graduation, or other special event, our experienced special events coordinators will help you create a unique, personalized affair.
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To schedule an event, check availability, or for further information, please call Brooks McCall at (310) 472-7474, email at email@example.com.
Birthday & Events
Begin Building Your Perfect Party
What's Included In All Special Events?
Your choice of counselor-led activities
Picnic Tables for Indoor and Outdoor Dining
Enclosed, covered patio area as an indoor alternative
One camp counselor for every ten children
Use of refrigerator and freezer
Special events and birthday parties are offered at various customizable stages. View the details below to begin creating your event. Remember - these are just starting places. You can always call our Community Programs Director, Brooks, to discuss your special event.
Schedule for Parties and Events
Arrival/ Free Play/Welcome…..15 minutes
Activity #1………………………..30 minutes
Activity #2………………………..30 minutes
Activity #3………………………..30 minutes
Lunch/Snack Break……………..25 minutes
Activity #4………………………..30 minutes
Birthday Cake…………………...15 minutes
Base Fees: 20 guests - $650
Each addition 10 guests - $125
Calendar of Events
We organize parties and events on most weekends of the year, in 3-hour blocks from 10am to 1pm or 2pm to 5pm. Weekend Party blocks fill up fast! Call today to reserve your date. A $650 deposit is required to hold your desired date.
Standard Party Package
Choose from the activities below or create a completely new event of your own. Our beautiful location will have you thinking of endless possiblities for your party!
In addition to the items included in the events above, choose from our list of activities here:
Activities at an Additional Price +$$
Inflatable Obstacle Course
Our forty-foot by twenty-foot inflatable obstacle course delights children with its hills, tubes, and things to climb over under and through.
Children develop both strength and persistence on our rock wall. There are three sides of increasing difficulty and a vertical play pen to make sure your child has the right level of challenge. Children wear helmets and harnesses and are carefully supervised while climbing.
For some, there is nothing better than meeting a new four-legged friend! Make sure to add our nature center to your next party and meet our farm animals. Our specialist will explain about the flora and fauna of our canyon, do experiments and nature crafts with the kids, and supervise them as they pet and feed our goats, sheep, bunnies and chickens.
Our Ropes Course Specialists teach teamwork and initiative on our seven-element high ropes course and low ropes activities. Children will experience the thrill of conquering our Pamper Pole, Incomplete Bridge, Giant Swing, Cat Walk or Bosuns Chairs. They will also learn how to work together to complete the Wild Woozy and Pipe Dreams.
Ponies can be brought to camp for a fun trail ride under the watchful eye of our wranglers.
Swim Party (available during summer months)
A pool party is a great theme for a summer birthday! Lifeguards keep everyone happy and safe while playing Marco Polo, relay races and steal the bacon.
Activity Choices Include
Our counselors teach the children how to twist their t-shirts and dye them for delightful and surprising designs.
GaGa is one of the most popular games during camp. It is a lower-impact version of dodge ball, played on a carpeted court with a foam ball. The ball is rolled at other players instead of being thrown.
Nothing beats the excitement of getting a bullseye. Party guests learn archery under the careful supervision of trained counselors.
Our grassy fields are perfect for running games like kickball and soccer. Younger groups enjoy "What Time is it Mr. Fox?" or Sharks and Minnows. Older groups love Capture the Flag, relay races or tug of war.
Groups work together to solve clues and discover the hidden treasure (party favors).
Tuckerville (available during summer months at Tumbleweed South)
This miniature village was named after the founders of our camp, Gene and Patty Tucker, and features a winding path to ride tricycles, a play house with child-sized furniture and a collection of dress up costumes. Imagination soars as children ride from place to place pretending to visit the fire station, police station, gas station or restaurant.