Team Building in Galveston, Texas
This small romantic Golf island in south Texas packs a wide selection of ideal venues for fun team building activities and corporate training into a mere 46 square miles. Less than an hour from Houston, Galveston offers soft sandy beaches, 19th century architecture, colorful history and unique beauty.
Build a Boat in Galveston
A historic port city with calm bay waters and beautiful beaches, Galveston creates a perfect setting for our Build a Boat program. Small teams collaborate to build sea worthy vessels using only cardboard, duct tape and nylon sheeting. While soaking up some sun and enjoying cooling sea breezes, participants practice innovation and strategic-thinking skills to create top-secret boat designs. The final unveiling reveals canoes, catamarans, and rafts that will withstand the Gulf waves or the tranquil waters of your hotel pool. Cheers from team members buoy the captains as they try to safely guide their boat across the finish line before heading to one of Seawall Boulevard’s many delicious seafood restaurants for a final celebration of team work. The portability of this highly interactive team building activity lends itself to some of the most scenic venues in Galveston. Consider launching your creations from popular Stewart Beach or into the swimming pool at San Luis Resort overlooking the bay.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Galveston
If your meeting involves professional development, incorporate our powerful Conflict Resolution workshop to learn techniques to transform conflict into a tool rather than a barrier. Consider combining this powerful training with philanthropy, fun, and teamwork with our Golf for Goodness Sake program. Your small teams will construct a mini golf course from non-perishable food items which are then donated to a local Galveston area food bank or homeless shelter.
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