If you’ve never heard of Camp Dakota and live in the Portland, Oregon area, you’re missing out! This is probably the funnest campground you could take your kids. They are located in Scott Mills, which is about an hour away from Portland. Totally worth the drive. Our friends usually go camping here every year and invite us since the men love playing paintball. I still haven’t gotten enough courage to try it yet since I’ve seen the welts they come out with. Who thinks that’s fun? Not me! LOL I got a collection of Nerf Rebelle Guns that us girls can use since we’re all pretty much pansies. Anyways, onto the deal.
Groupon has the Camp Dakota Adventure Pass which includes paintball, disc golf, rock climbing and zip lining. This is normally $70 for all 4, but you can score it for a limited time only at the discounted price of $36. Super deal if you’re looking for a place to camp and have fun!
How to get this deal:
- Sign up/log into Groupon.
- Click this link for the Camp Dakota deal page.
- Click the big green button that says “BUY”.
- Enter your address and payment information and complete order.
Camping brings man closer to nature and nature closer to a boom box. Introduce Mother Nature to Papa Roach with this Groupon.
- $36 for an outdoor adventure pass ($70 value)
Each pass includes the following for each person:
- One Paintball Entry, Air and Basic Rental
- One run on the rock climbing wall
- One trip on the 3-Line Zip Line Tour (six zip lines included)
- 18 holes of disc golf with rental disc
- One all-day parking pass and park entry
Paintballs not included and must be purchased at Camp Dakota. Each player must make minimum paint purchase of $20 for 500 paintballs. Valid for either traditional paintball or low impact paintball.
Tucked away in the foothills of the Western Cascade Mountains, Camp Dakota flouts the constraints of gravity with high-flying adventures that test participants’ skills, stamina, and propensity to scream at high altitudes. Suspended steel ziplines whiz above the forest canopy as squirrels wave from nearby branches and passing meadowlarks pause for fist bumps. Teamwork trumps individual heroics on the high-ropes course, whose elevated, threaded obstacles sway precariously above the distant ground.
The aerial odyssey doesn’t stop there. Instructors supply safety harnesses and words of encouragement before leading the way to a vertical rock-climbing wall. Replete with slim footholds and perturbed mountain goats, the wall poses a challenge to climbers of all abilities, who take solace in the added safety of fully automated belays.