Frying Pan Farm Park Now Offering Team-Building Exercises for Companies

Companies looking for an outlet for team-building and bonding exercises have a new local option, thanks to the Fairfax County Park Authority.

Frying Pan Farm Park (2739 W. Ox Road, Herndon), known for its kids’ activities, is now offering a program led by Middleburg-based Empower Adventures that “can be customized to meet a company’s specific goals,” according to information provided by the Park Authority.

The Park Authority says it is offering “farm-themed activities” that tackle issues including individual accountability, increased efficiency, the importance of strategy, communication, prioritizing and problem-solving. The activities are designed for groups of 10-50 people.

The Park Authority says:

Program packages include two or four hours of team-building activities followed by an equal amount of meeting time. Free indoor Wi-Fi and use of the park’s picnic pavilion are included. To make the day away from the office even more productive and fun, companies can add options such as wagon rides and farm tours, a sound system and projector, and extended meeting space time and break-out space.

For more information, including prices, call 703-437-9101 or visit the park’s website.

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