Kids' Night Out

A teen navigates the ropes course at night

The best way to spend a Friday night.

Kid's Night Out is an opportunity for kids to get out of the house and up in the air, under the supervision of High Trek camp staff. This 4 hour adventure features the best of High Trek's kid-friendly options. Take the opportunity to enjoy a kid-free evening knowing that your camper is having fun!

Registration information, tickets, and everything else you'll want to know are just below.

Register in 4 steps

Our registration process uses two systems - one to process payment, one to gather information that helps us gather useful information about your camper. This can be a little confusing, so we've broken it into 4 easy steps.

1. Pay the registration fee

Click "Purchase Tickets" below. The online booking flow will prompt you to select a date and number of campers. It's okay if this information goes under a parent name.

2. Check your email

Look for two automated emails - a receipt and an email containing registration form links. These take up to 30 minutes to appear. Check your spam folder if you don't see them.

3. Complete registration forms

This takes less than 20 minutes. Forms can be completed on desktop or mobile. Thanks for helping us provide the best experience for your child.

4. Review the parent pack

This short pamphlet has lots of great information about our camping programs. It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the policies within.

Completing all 4 of these steps guarantees that we will be ready for your camper upon arrival. If you are having any issues, please contact

Click Here to Download Parent Packet

Buy Tickets Here!

The ropes course cast in a warm glow at sunset.

Kids' Night Out

5:00pm - 9:00pm on select Fridays in the Spring, Summer, and Fall.

Kid's Night Out is an opportunity for kids to get out of the house and up in the air, under the supervision of High Trek camp staff. This 4 hour event features the best of High Trek's kid-friendly options.

Per Climber
Ages 10-15
Purchase Tickets

What happens at Kids' Night Out?

To put it simply, a whole lot of fun! But if you want a little more information, we're happy to offer it.

What is the general agenda?

The order of activities can vary based on a few things like weather, number of campers, time of sunset, but generally, this is what an evening will look like:

Expectations, introductions
Laser Tag & Ropes Course
Snack break
Fun Tower & Mini Golf
All Camper Game & Check-out

What's included?

All of the above listed activities are included, as is one snack pack. A snack pack is a drink and snack combo. Our snacks are in the sweet treat category, so consider sending something more substantial with your camper.

What do campers gain from KNO?

It's different for every camper, but here are a few of our favorite answers:
√ A new friend
√ Self-confidence from trying something new
√ A good night of sleep after all the fun they had
√ A night without video games or YouTube videos

Is KNO The Right Fit?

Choosing a youth camp for your child can be a daunting task. Will it be the right fit?

We would love to believe that High Trek is the right fit for every child - but we're humble enough to know that's not the case. When deciding if a High Trek camp is the right fit for your child, consider these things:

  • Our camps are entirely outside, and operate even in a wide range of weather (hot, cold, rainy, and more).
  • Our camps are fast-paced and have lots of transitions.
  • Our camps get very loud and (appropriately) rowdy.

If you'd like to discuss this decision with High Trek staff, email

Youth running and playing a game at High Trek youth adventure camp.
Two summer camp staff having fun, ready to welcome campers for the day

Staffing and Safety

Entrusting your child to a smiling group of young adults can be a scary thing for any parent. We want to acknowledge that, and give a little more information about our staffing and safety processes up front.

High Trek camp staff are selected for their outstanding character and positive regard in the community. They undergo increased screening by the program and general manager. In addition to the operations training that all High Trek staff receive, camp staff also sit for extend training on child development, protection, and fun!

High Trek's operational safety measures are informed by the best practices set out by the Association of Challenge Course Technology and the American Camp Association. Additionally, High Trek's child protection policies are based on the principles of Ministry Safe - an organization that has been keeping children safe at summer camps for decades.

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