Team Building

If teambuilding is a goal of your event, conference or retreat, Camp St. Croix has the skills and equipment to help. Whether yours is a business group, school or spiritual organization, let us help you design a program that will challenge your group and bring them together in exciting new ways.

At Camp St. Croix, we offer a comprehensive "curriculum" of teambuilding formats, including traditional activities like ropes courses, climbing towers and other challenges. Our programs can last as little as two hours. Program costs vary with the number of participants, meals and length of stay.

Call us at 715-386-4380 or e-mail us, and we will help you design a program that meets your group’s unique goals.

Conference, Retreat & Team Building Brochure


Meeting Spaces & Lodging

What is Teambuilding?

Teambuilding programs vary depending upon the program and its philosophy. Activities range from energetic and physical experiences to more stationary, intellectual programs.

What most programs have in common is the belief that team concepts and skills are best taught through experiences, rather than traditional, meeting-room training methods. Principles are abstract and often require change in perception for people to "get it."

Like learning to ride a bike, these programs present opportunities to practice, experiment and get immediate feedback. Through reflection and discussion, groups learn what works and what does not. Since activities have no real-life consequences, groups can engage in open and honest discussion and transfer lessons to actual life applications.

Our Equipment

  • Two 28-foot-tall climbing towers 
  • Two low ropes courses with more than 20 different activities
  • Six Individual high ropes elements: Giants Ladder, Commitment Bridge or "High V," Tension Traverse or "Multi Vine," Leap of Faith, Giant Swing and Flying Squirrel


Our staff members are carefully selected for their ability to relate to specific groups. All of our staff members undergo training and recertification on an annual basis, with frequent in-services to cover special programs and populations.