Outdoor Adventures is funded by the Outdoor Equity Grants Program, created through AB 209 and administered by California State Parks, Office of Grants and Local Services. CRPD was awarded $347,550 to go towards establishing a program for local activities and trips to natural areas for underserved communities.

Outdoor Adventures has two elements with one being activities in the community and the other being nature area trips outside of the community. Activities in the community may include a community tree planting, creek clean up and bike maintenance workshops. Nature area trips may include camping trips, hiking outings, bike rides, cooking demonstrations and more!

This program is led by the CRPD Teen Adventure Group (TAG) and includes activities specifically for teens as well as activities for all ages. Teens interested in joining TAG are encouraged to the monthly meetings to see what the program is all about. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center located at 3480 Routier Road, Sacramento, CA 95827. TAG members will learn how to plan and execute events, participate in mentoring and career workshops, address youth and teen related issues pertaining to services and safe spaces, develop positive life and decision-making skills and learn to effect change through cultivation of leadership qualities by connecting with the community.

Who Can Apply for TAG?

Middle or high school students ages 11 through 17 who go to school or reside within
CRPD boundaries. Click here to check the District Map to see if you qualify.

Applications will be accepted throughout the year. Teens interested in attending the end of summer camping trip must meet attendance requirements; TAG members must attend at least three (3) meetings and two (2) special events.

How to Register

Click here to complete the Teen Adventure Group Application. Completed applications can be delivered to the Hagan Community Center Office or emailed to Adnan at ahamwi@cordovarpd.gov.


Teen Adventure Group Monthly Meetings

Second Thursday of every month
6 – 7:30 p.m.
Location: Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center

Interested in joining the Teen Adventure Group? Come to our monthly meeting to learn more about the program and the exciting adventures we offer!


Teen Outdoor Adventures

With CRPD Staff
Ages: 11 – 18
Fee: $10 non-TAG Members | Free for TAG members

Teens will have a blast visiting new places and experiencing exciting adventures. Join us and explore nature, learn new skills and become a steward of the local environment. All equipment is provided.

DaysDatesTrip
SunMar. 24River Clean Up
SatApr. 13Granite Arch Rock Climbing
SatMay 11Marshall Gold Discovery Site
ThurJuly 25Kayaking Trip
SatAug. 3Calaveras Big Trees

Multi-Generational Adventures

Marshall Gold Discovery Site

Saturday, May 11
Ages: Open to everyone 5+
Fee: $20 | Free for TAG Members

Join us and retrace the steps of gold prospector James W Marshall along the South Fork of the American River. Explore the museum, Sutter’s Sawmill and take in the beauty of El Dorado Hills, all while learning about the site of the event that led to the greatest mass movement of people in the Western Hemisphere!

Meet at the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center, transportation will be provided by motorcoach. Lunch and a snack are included.

Calaveras Big Trees
Saturday, August 3
Ages: Open to everyone 5+
Fee: $20 | Free for TAG Members

Explore the trails leading through groves and surrounding meadows at Calaveras Big Trees State Park. Established in 1931, this park offers beautiful views of giant sequoias, the Stanislaus River and ancient volcanic formations.

Meet at the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center, transportation will be provided by motorcoach. Lunch and a snack are included.


End of Summer Camping Trip – Sugar Pine Reservoir

June 25 – 27
Fee: $30 | Free for TAG Members
Ages: 11 – 17

Enjoy self discovery through camping at Sugar Pine Reservoir during a 3-day, 2-night trip. TAG members must attend at least three meetings and two TAG events prior to attending the camping trip in order to attend for free. Meals transportation and most supplies are included, packing and supply lists will be provided at the TAG Monthly Meetings prior to the trip. Participants meet at the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center.


Summer Camp

July 8 – 12
Fee: $10 per day | Free for TAG Members
Ages: 11-17

Teens will experience new activities, visit new places and learn new skills each day in this one week summer camp. Registration is required individually for each day you wish to attend. Participants meet at the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center each morning and transportation is provided to the daily locations.

DayTimeSpecial Daily Activity
Mon8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.Bicycle ABC’s and Nature Hike
Tues8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.Bike Ride Along the River
Wed8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.Build a Bike
Thurs8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.Bike Skills at the Pump Track
Fri8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.Pool Party

Bike Lab Workshops

With Bike Labs Staff
Ages: 11 – 18
Fee: FREE

Join Bike Lab to learn how to repair and maintain your bike and enjoy a group bike ride after.

DaysDatesTimesLocation
SatMarch 2311 a.m. – 1 p.m.Hagan Community Park
SatApril 2010 a.m. – 1 p.m.Soil Born Farms
ThursJune 65:30 – 7:30 p.m.Hagan Community Park
SatSept. 1410 a.m. – NoonHagan Community Park