Climbing and Rappelling from several heights ranging from 50 feet to 110 feet
Mountain Biking on a 10.2 mile trail with elevation changes of over 600 feet
Shooting Sports with rifle, pistol and shotgun
Whitewater Rafting on the Oocee River
Sailing and canoeing on our 21 acre lake
All Treks at Latimer High Adventure Reservation are led by qualified staff members, who are trained in a specific area of expertise and certified in Wilderness First Aid. Adult leadership of each group will be responsible for behavioral issues and corrective measures within their crew.
Located along the edge of the Cumberland Plateau approximately two hours from Nashville, Tennessee this 1500+ acre facility borders over 30,000 additional acres of unspoiled wilderness full of caves, rivers, and majestic waterfalls
Latimer High Adventure Reservation (owned and operated by the Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America) became a reality in 2007 with a generous gift from Bill and Carol Latimer. The 1550 acre property is surrounded by more than 50,000 acres of public wilderness in the heart of Tennessee. We have formed partnerships with the Tennessee Parks Division, Tennessee State Forestry Division, and the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency to provide visitors with complete access to the surrounding wilderness, including the Bee Creek Basin of Scott’s Gulf to the east, Scott’s Pinnacle to the northwest, the Caney Fork River, the Bridgestone/Firestone Centennial Wilderness Area to the north, and Fall Creek Falls State Park to the south.
|Average Annual Participation||Average Individual Cost (excluding travel)||Program Season||Participants can sign up as||Specialized gear required?||Average Program length|
|200-300||>$200||Feb – Nov||Crews||No||2 days|
Email the Director/Administrator Ron Turpin email@example.com 615-516-9751