Fun Team Building Exercises in the Rocket City

Fun Team Building Exercises in the Rocket City

Posted by Matt Curtis on Saturday, January 13th, 2018 at 12:06pm.

Is your business looking for creative, fresh ways to bring your workforce together as a cooperative team? The Rocket City has several diverse options to choose from!

Corporate Space Camp

Probably the quintessential Huntsville pick on our list is Corporate Space Camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center! Run simulated space missions as a crew member in this program that works in conjunction with Zenith Team Experience, a leadership development organization.

Huntsville Escape Rooms

Like puzzles and timed challenges? Try Huntsville Escape Rooms for a “Clue” board game like experience brought to life. Solve family friendly, non-scary puzzles to escape a locked room in under 60 minutes.

Food Related Team Building by Chef JoAnna

Nashville and Huntsville based Chef JoAnna offers cooking based team building competitions in the style of popular Food Network show Iron Chef. She even brings the show to your office! Best suited to between 8 and 30 participants, these challenges encourage face to face interaction with coworkers who may not usually work together in the same space.

YMCA Camp Cha-La-Kee

For an outdoorsy option, check out YMCA’s Camp Cha-La-Kee in Guntersville. Engage your team with sports and leadership programs designed to focus and energize your employees and drill them in key areas such as communication and planning.

Civil Axe Throwing Huntsville

Wanna blow off some steam with a more physical activity? Civil Axe Throwing at Campus 805 offers something most people have probably never done. Just wear closed toed shoes, take a few pointers from the staff, and you’ll soon be hooked, their website says. Gotta say, I’m interested.

By: Stephen Locke

Stephen Locke grew up in north Alabama, and returned to find a beautiful wife and East Limestone mutt to call family, after years of toil and revelry afar, and having absorbed the lesson, "Don'tcha think, sometime's it's wise not to grow up?" His true loves include waterfalls, houseplants, architecture, photography, basketball, and whistling along to his favorite guitar solos.

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