Welcome to Orienteering!
A sport for Families, Hikers, and Runners of all ages!
We have extended some of our Winter Series events and revised our spring schedule so at least some events are in the Winter Series format rather than meeting on a single day. Click Events to find out more.
Walking an orienteering course can be a lot like going for a hike, but with a twist. With map and compass in hand, find your way to each of the checkpoints on the orienteering course. You can stay on trails or short-cut through the woods. We supply the map and course, but you decide how to get to each of the checkpoints. On your way, explore off the beaten path--find remnants of old cellar holes, new fishing spots, and areas of the parks you've never seen.
It's also a Sport
Orienteering is also a competitive sport. Those who take a competitive approach go around the course as quickly as they can. Since you must decide on your route while running or walking fast, it's a challenging sport that requires using your head as well as your legs. Whether you walk or run, it's a way of keeping fit while having fun.
It's for People of All Ages
Orienteering is an activity you can still do as you get older. And it's for youngsters too, with their families, in groups or on their own.