Camp Adventure is divided into five distinct areas: the low area, the pond and creek, the woods, the open field, and the Challenge Education course.
The low area is best suited for nature study, including plant and animal identification, soil sampling, language arts activities and fine arts and experiences.
The pond and creek areas are perfect for water studies of all kinds including on, in, under, and around the water.
The wooded areas include a fifteen acre, non-accessible area that is separated from the reset of Adventure by Bell Creek. This area is being developed as a wildlife preserve with an interpret trail that will eventually be open to many different groups.
The open fields are in the process of being converted to natural prairie grass with native Indiana wildflowers and will be the future home of the Adventure Butterfly Garden.