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Stony Acres<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres    Facilities<br />   Programs<br />   Photo Gallery<br />   Directions<br />Fo...
 Providing Experiential Learning Programs through utilization of the Challenge Course;
 Collaboration with University student groups and administrative departments
 Delivering recreational and educational outdoor programming that appeals to individual</li></ul>   members of the Univers...
 Established as a wildlife sanctuary in 1963, housing nearly 200 species of wildlife.
 Stony Acres was donated to the student body by the Women’s Recreation Association and became Stony Acres, Inc. in 1964 .
In1984 the multipurpose lodge was built.</li></ul>Photo of Founder Helen G. Brown<br />Search ESU<br />                  E...
Facilities<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br />        Grounds<br />        Lodge<br />        Cabins<br />Chal...
General Grounds<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres    Facilities<br /> Grounds<br />        Lodge<br />        Cabins<br />Cha...
THE LAKE:Our 1.5–acre lake has great fishing and is an excellent area for teaching canoeing.
HIKING TRAILS: Hikers will find that our 2.8 miles of hiking trails  are a place of discovery and home to nearly 200 speci...
PAVILION:The Picnic shelter has a gas grill and seating for up to 100 people and ample recreational opportunities in the f...
Multipurpose Lodge<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres    Facilities<br />        Grounds<br />Lodge<br />        Cabins<br />C...
The main room, with expansive windows and scenic vistas, can accommodate more than 100 people, and there are two smaller p...
 We also have 2 recreation rooms on the lower level that can serve as breakout rooms or be used for board and table games.
A fully equipped commercial kitchen provides a variety of dining options; you can cook for yourself or we can work with yo...
When the day is through, your group can "rough it" a bit by staying overnight. The lodge has dormitory–style overnight acc...
Cabins<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres    Facilities<br />        Grounds<br />        Lodge<br />Cabins<br />Challenge Cou...
Each 15' X 15' cabin is equipped with a coal stove and has bunk beds that can sleep up to eight people.
A large bathhouse complete with showers is available for camper usage.</li></ul>                  East Stroudsburg Univers...
Challenge Course<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres    Facilities<br />        Grounds<br />        Lodge<br />        Cabins<...
Programs<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres    Facilities<br />Programs<br />        ESU<br />        Public<br />        Corp...
ESU Home<br />Stony Acres    Facilities<br />    Programs<br />ESU<br />Quest<br />         Programs<br />         Equipme...
QUEST<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres    Facilities<br />    Programs<br />        ESU<br />Quest<br />         Programs<br...
ESU Home<br />Stony Acres    Facilities<br />    Programs<br />        ESU<br />Quest<br />Programs<br />         Equipmen...
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  1. 1. Stony Acres<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Founded in 1962, Stony Acres is a 119 acre wildlife sanctuary and recreational facility owned by the students of ESU. <br />SLIDESHOW<br />Mission Statement<br />The Primary purpose of Stony Acres is to serve as a recreation site and field campus for the students, faculty and staff of East Stroudsburg University in support of the Institution’s educational and service mission. Stony Acres strives to administer facilities, programs, and services that encourage the pursuit and provide social opportunities. Stony Acres provides similar opportunities, on a lease basis, for community and business organizations. All constitutes are served in an environment of equality.<br />Search ESU<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br /><ul><li> Providing meeting/activity space for campus and non-campus organizations
  2. 2. Providing Experiential Learning Programs through utilization of the Challenge Course;
  3. 3. Collaboration with University student groups and administrative departments
  4. 4. Delivering recreational and educational outdoor programming that appeals to individual</li></ul> members of the University community as well as the campus groups;<br /><ul><li> Providing governance/management opportunities for student through active</li></ul> participation on the Stony Acres Board of Directors; and<br /><ul><li> “Quest” an orientation program designed for incoming student’s top increase personal awareness, set goals for their first year and discover their growth potential</li></li></ul><li>ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Brief History<br /><ul><li> Stony Acres was founded in1962 by Helen G. Brown.
  5. 5. Established as a wildlife sanctuary in 1963, housing nearly 200 species of wildlife.
  6. 6. Stony Acres was donated to the student body by the Women’s Recreation Association and became Stony Acres, Inc. in 1964 .
  7. 7. In1984 the multipurpose lodge was built.</li></ul>Photo of Founder Helen G. Brown<br />Search ESU<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />“Every effort must be made to keep Stony Acres a student project. Experiences gained from the planning, supervision, and operation of this project could never be gained in the classroom nor could it’s true value be estimated in dollars and cents. The true value of such a venture can only be seen in our graduates of tomorrow.”<br /> - Founder: Helen G. Brown<br />
  8. 8. Facilities<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Grounds<br /> Lodge<br /> Cabins<br />ChallengeCourse<br /> Programs<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Stony Acres is home to 119 acres of wildlife sanctuary. The grounds consist of a lake, hiking trails, a multipurpose lodge, 6 rustic cabins, a challenge course complete with a 30-foot climbing tower, picnic pavilion, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, a large open field perfect for games and activities and much more.<br />Cabins<br />Lodge<br />Climbing Tower<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />The Lake<br />Challenge Course<br />Pavilion<br />
  9. 9. General Grounds<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Grounds<br /> Lodge<br /> Cabins<br />Challenge Course<br /> Programs<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br /><ul><li>When you come to Stony Acres, you'll have the run of a 119–acre wildlife sanctuary and recreation facility.
  10. 10. THE LAKE:Our 1.5–acre lake has great fishing and is an excellent area for teaching canoeing.
  11. 11. HIKING TRAILS: Hikers will find that our 2.8 miles of hiking trails are a place of discovery and home to nearly 200 species of wildlife.
  12. 12. PAVILION:The Picnic shelter has a gas grill and seating for up to 100 people and ample recreational opportunities in the form of two horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, a frisbee (disc) golf course, and large open field for games. </li></ul>                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  13. 13. Multipurpose Lodge<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Grounds<br />Lodge<br /> Cabins<br />Challenge Course<br /> Programs<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br /><ul><li>Dedicated in May of 1984, our lodge is a contemporary 6,400 square foot facility that offers your group the perfect surrounding for any type of group meeting or program.
  14. 14. The main room, with expansive windows and scenic vistas, can accommodate more than 100 people, and there are two smaller program/meeting rooms that offer additional flexibility.
  15. 15. We also have 2 recreation rooms on the lower level that can serve as breakout rooms or be used for board and table games.
  16. 16. A fully equipped commercial kitchen provides a variety of dining options; you can cook for yourself or we can work with you to arrange catering.
  17. 17. When the day is through, your group can "rough it" a bit by staying overnight. The lodge has dormitory–style overnight accommodations for as many as 60 people.</li></ul>                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  18. 18. Cabins<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Grounds<br /> Lodge<br />Cabins<br />Challenge Course<br /> Programs<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br /><ul><li>Our grounds are home to six rustic cabins that offer another option for overnight accommodations.
  19. 19. Each 15' X 15' cabin is equipped with a coal stove and has bunk beds that can sleep up to eight people.
  20. 20. A large bathhouse complete with showers is available for camper usage.</li></ul>                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  21. 21. Challenge Course<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Grounds<br /> Lodge<br /> Cabins<br /> Challenge Course<br /> Programs<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />The challenge course is a series of outdoor elements requiring groups to solve problems by working together and sharing ideas. The elements of the course are constructed from cables stretched between trees, suspended tires, logs and/or ropes, that necessitate creative solutions. <br />Low or ground level elements focus on group initiatives, and high elements offer individuals the opportunity to negotiate elements as high as 30 feet in the air while secured by a safety rope. <br /> Throughout your group exercises, the "challenge by choice" philosophy will empower you and your team to make your own decisions. <br />By the time your experience on Stony Acres' 35-element course is complete, your group will notice improved communication, greater leadership skills, and a better ability to confront difficulties. <br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  22. 22. Programs<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br />Programs<br /> ESU<br /> Public<br /> Corporate<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Stony Acres offers a variety of programs for ESU, public, and corporate groups and individuals. These programs range from popular ESU programs such as Quest to public programs including Adventure Camp and Conservation Camp as well as corporate experience based training programs. Programs featuring the challenge course, campouts, cross country skiing and much more, are also available to accommodate your group.<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  23. 23. ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br />ESU<br />Quest<br /> Programs<br /> EquipmentLending<br /> Alumni<br /> Public<br /> Corporate<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />ESU Programs<br />Throughout the year, a wide variety of recreational programming is offered to East Stroudsburg University students, faculty and staff. These programs range from nature hikes to rock climbing excursions and even overnight camping trips. Most programs are free, however some do have a small fee to help off set program costs. Stony Acres is open all year round and is available to ESU students, staff and faculty at NO CHARGE!<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  24. 24. QUEST<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br />Quest<br /> Programs<br /> Equipment Lending<br /> Alumni<br /> Public<br /> Corporate<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Meet New People<br />Try New Things<br />Challenge Yourself<br />Start College Right<br />Set New Goals<br />Make New Friends<br />SLIDESHOW<br />The Quest program is a 3 1/2 day outdoor experimental program designed to provide incoming ESU freshmen students with the opportunity to gain personal insights, to enlighten participants on their growth potential, and to help set goals for the upcoming semester. <br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />Participants will also develop a sense of community at ESU by having the opportunity to meet and work with other incoming students, upper level students, faculty, and staff of the University. <br />Quest for all Incoming Freshman & Transfer StudentsAugust 25 – 28, 2010<br />Download Application Form<br />For more information call Maddy at 570.223.8316<br />
  25. 25. ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br />Quest<br />Programs<br /> EquipmentLending<br /> Alumni<br /> Public<br /> Corporate<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Additional Programs/Activities<br />Individuals:<br />Types of programs include, but are not limited to:<br /><ul><li> challenge course
  26. 26. climbing tower
  27. 27. camp outs</li></ul>Classes:Program opportunities offered in many different areas :<br /><ul><li>Leadership
  28. 28. Communication
  29. 29. Teambuilding</li></ul>The property and buildings can also be used for all different types of activities (let your imagination run wild) like stream studies, water testing, art classes, etc. <br />Campus Groups:Program offerings are available on the climbing tower and challenge course for campus groups. <br />Additionally the facilities may be reserved for ESU groups to conduct their own types of programs. <br /><ul><li> Picnics
  30. 30. ice skating
  31. 31. cross country skiing
  32. 32. And MANY more</li></ul>                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />* Arrangements must be made ahead of time for all types of programs. <br />
  33. 33. General Camping Equipment<br /><ul><li>Backpacks (external frame)
  34. 34. 2-Person Tent
  35. 35. Sleeping Bags
  36. 36. Ensolite Pads
  37. 37. Tarp
  38. 38. Cook Kit (2 person) </li></ul>Recreational Equipment<br /><ul><li>Cross Country Ski Packages (Skis, Boots, Poles)
  39. 39. Volleyball & Net
  40. 40. Badminton Racquets & Net
  41. 41. Horseshoes
  42. 42. Frisbees </li></ul>Usage Policy<br /><ul><li>A cash deposit of $10.00 is required (covers enough equipment for 2 people) which will be returned at the time rental equipment is returned
  43. 43. All persons must show a valid picture I.D
  44. 44. All ESU students, faculty, and staff, can use the equipment at no charge for 2 weeks
  45. 45. A minimal rental fee will be assessed to alumni
  46. 46. Maximum usage period is two consecutive weeks
  47. 47. Individuals are responsible for proper use and care of all equipment.
  48. 48. All equipment is to be returned cleaned and in the same condition.
  49. 49. Individuals are financially responsible for all damages above and beyond normal wear
  50. 50. A list of fines for damaged or soiled equipment is available in the Outing Center Office
  51. 51. A wide variety of equipment is available, however, tents are limited to one per I.D. and sleeping bags and cross country ski packages are limited to two per I.D. All other equipment checkout is unlimited. </li></ul>Reservation Policy<br /><ul><li>Rentals are done on a first come, first serve basis.
  52. 52. Using a no reservations policy helps to ensure that the rental equipment is used to its fullest and enables Stony Acres to serve our customers fairly. </li></ul>ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br />Quest<br /> Programs<br />EquipmentLending<br /> Alumni<br /> Public<br /> Corporate<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br /><ul><li>Water Bottles
  53. 53. Compass
  54. 54. Coolers
  55. 55. First-Aid Kits
  56. 56. Collapsible Water Jugs
  57. 57. Topo Maps </li></ul>Outdoor recreational equipment is available for students, staff and faculty to borrow at no charge. Equipment is located at Stony Acres and at ESU in the Recreation Center. Prior arrangements must be made to check out equipment. This can be done by calling Madeline or Chuck Constantine at 223-8316 between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM <br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  58. 58. Alumni<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br />Quest<br /> Programs<br /> EquipmentLending<br />Alumni<br /> Public<br /> Corporate<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />Stony Acres cabins and grounds are available to all ESU alumni and their immediate family at no charge. There is a minimal charge for alumni to bring friends for cabin or general grounds usage. Alumni are charged for use of the lodge, challenge course, and climbing tower. <br />* Advanced arrangements need to be made for usage of any facility.<br />
  59. 59. ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br />Public<br />Adventure Camp<br /> Asthma Camp<br /> Conservation Camp<br /> Team Building<br /> Other Programs<br /> Corporate<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Public Programs<br />Stony Acres offers a majority of programs available to the public. Some of the most popular programs include Adventure Camp, Asthma Camp, Conservation Camp and Team-Building Camps. Each program offers a variety of activities specialized to each camp. Besides the camps Stony Acres offers, there are also many other programs and activities the public can partake in.<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  60. 60. Adventure Camp<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br /> Public<br />Adventure Camp<br /> Asthma Camp<br /> Conservation Camp<br /> Team Building<br /> Other Programs<br /> Corporate<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />Stony Acres offers an Adventure Day Camp for children ages 9-15 for one week during the month of June. This camp offers participants exposure to the challenge course, orienteering, climbing tower, fishing, canoeing, discovering pond life, archery, survival skills, hiking, and much more! <br />Sign Up For Adventure Camp 2010!<br />Application<br />
  61. 61. Asthma Camp<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br /> Public<br />Adventure Camp<br />Asthma Camp<br /> Conservation Camp<br /> Team Building<br /> Other Programs<br /> Corporate<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Every year in June Pocono Medical Center and the American Lung Association sponsor the Upward bound Asthma Camp for children ages 7-13 (must have completed 2nd grade) at Stony Acres.  The two night (3 day) camp includes all types of fun activities and information geared toward children on asthma management.  Please see the PMC web site for more information and to register.<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  62. 62. Conservation Camp<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br /> Public<br />Adventure Camp<br /> Asthma Camp<br />Conservation Camp<br /> Team Building<br /> Other Programs<br /> Corporate<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />Every year in July Monroe County conservation District sponsors Conservation Camp at Stony Acres.  This week long overnight camp is geared toward children 14 years to this year’s graduating high school seniors.  The camp is filled with activities geared toward environmental issues and education.  Please contact the Conservation District for more information.<br />
  63. 63. ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br /> Public<br />Adventure Camp<br /> Asthma Camp<br /> Conservation Camp<br />Team Building<br /> Other Programs<br /> Corporate<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Team Building<br /><ul><li>Each program is customized and follows a progression including ice breaking activities, a spotting and trust sequence, and initiatives or group problem solving exercises.
  64. 64. A full day program then allows participants the opportunity to challenge themselves on the high elements where they are tied into a safety harness and belayed (anchored) as if they were rock climbing.
  65. 65. These programs provide participants with many opportunities for intrinsic rewards and are commonly used to facilitate individual and group growth. </li></ul>                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  66. 66. Other Programs<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br /> Public<br />Adventure Camp<br /> Asthma Camp<br /> Conservation Camp<br /> Team Building<br />Other Programs<br /> Corporate<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Canoeing: There are 8 canoes to teach canoeing on the 1.5 acre pond. Programs can be designed for beginner through intermediate canoeing. <br />Orienteering: There are several orienteering courses on the property. Programs can be designed for beginner through advanced levels. <br />New Games: The large open field provides an excellent play area for new game programs. <br />Outdoor Education: A wild life sanctuary that falls under the clean and green designation, Stony Acres offers activities such as pond study, plant identification, bird watching, and sensory awareness activities, just to name a few. <br />Hiking and Camping: There are five different hiking trails on the property. Difficulty ranges from mild to intermediate. Rustic and improved campsites are also available. Instruction centers on the "Leave No Trace" philosophy. Outdoor cooking, basic survival, and general outdoor skills are covered. <br />Climbing Tower: This 30–foot structure has three sides and is used to teach the skill of rock climbing. The tower offers challenges for beginners to advanced rock climbers. <br />Disc Golf Course: In 2007 Stony Acres added a 9-hole disc golf course. The course offers challenges for beginners through advanced players.<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  67. 67. ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br /> Public<br />Corporate<br />ExperienceBased Training<br /> Staff<br /> Clients<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Corporate<br />At Stony Acres, your team will learn by facing problem-solving situations that call upon their collective knowledge, ideas, and experience to arrive at a creative solution.<br />Success in today’s corporate world means winning the profit game- and the good employer game, too. Employees are more productive when they feel good about the work they do. Smart executives and companies are responding to that need, tapping in to the tremendous power of Experience Based Training(EBT).<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  68. 68. ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br /> Public<br /> Corporate<br />ExperienceBased Training<br /> Staff<br /> Clients<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Experience Based Training<br />Developing Unity, Your Corporation's Greatest Challenge<br />EBT is an excellent way to develop teams. It promotes supportiveness, acceptance, and trust, while challenging and motivating individuals to take risks and confront difficulty. <br />Researchers say that we retain up to 90 percent more of what we do than what we read, hear, or observe. <br />At Stony Acres, your team will learn by facing problem-solving situations that call upon their collective knowledge, ideas, and experience to arrive at creative solutions. <br />Experience Based Training at Stony Acres Yields<br /><ul><li>Enhanced leadership development
  69. 69. Improved communication and listening skills
  70. 70. Effective teamwork and cooperation
  71. 71. Better conflict management
  72. 72. Willingness to take appropriate risks
  73. 73. Increased employee loyalty and trust
  74. 74. Improved creative and collaborative problem-solving skills
  75. 75. Expanded ability to set and achieve goals</li></ul>Stony Acres' EBT programs inspire and build confidence within teams seeking to tackle the obstacles in their path – whether that obstacle is a river, a ropes course, or a quality control issue. Our programs require participants to use reasoning and communication skills to face their fears, overcome obstacles, and confront conflicts head on. <br />These "challenge by choice" programs empower participants, facilitating individual and group growth. <br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  76. 76. Staff<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br /> Public<br /> Corporate<br />E.B.T<br />Staff<br /> Clients<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Stony Acres' team of Challenge Course instructors features some of the region's leading experts in Experience Based Training. Many have worked in corporate and institutional settings before joining our team. <br />In fact, some still do! Their real world experience dealing with the challenges your group is facing enables them to introduce exercises and experiences that address successfully those challenges. <br />Madeline ConstantineMadeline's career facilitating team building and leadership programs spans over 25 years. <br />As Program Director, Madeline has developed Stony Acres' team of trainers and insures that Stony Acres remains at the forefront of challenge course design and technology. <br />Elaine HatalaElaine has been facilitating team building and leadership training programs since 1985. <br />She teaches novice and advanced EBT practitioners as a frequent workshop presenter at professional conferences and as a technical skills process trainer. <br />In addition, Elaine co-authored a chapter on multiple day experiential training programs in "Do it and Understand! The Bottom Line on Corporate Experiential Learning" (Kendall/Hubnt). <br />Lars HawleyLars spent nearly a decade in corporate management before crossing over into the training field. <br />He is a member of the Association for Experiential Education and has spent the past ten years working in the field. <br />During that time, Lars has worked with all types of groups — from youth–at–risk to Fortune 500 corporations. <br />Donnie BurchellDonnie is thoroughly experienced at conducting team building, leadership, and motivational training programs. <br />He is an expert hiker, and rock climber who has tackled the entire Appalachian Trail along with a number of America's toughest climbs. <br />Separately, these experiences have provided him with specific knowledge and insight. <br />Combined, they give Donnie a unique understanding of institutional and group dynamics and how nature and experience can induce positive change. <br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  77. 77. ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> ESU<br /> Public<br /> Corporate<br />Experience Based Training<br /> Staff<br />Clients<br /> Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />Clients<br /><ul><li>Yellowbook
  78. 78. Verizon
  79. 79. Coronet International
  80. 80. Nike Tennis Camp
  81. 81. Sanofi Pasteur
  82. 82. Godiva Choclatiers
  83. 83. Mohr's Explorers Program
  84. 84. Monroe County Office of Aging
  85. 85. Oasis Children Services
  86. 86. The Juilliard Arts School
  87. 87. Leadership Pocono
  88. 88. Nalco Chemical Company
  89. 89. Montclair State University
  90. 90. Villanova University
  91. 91. Homelite Chain Saws
  92. 92. La Salle University
  93. 93. Pocono Medical Center
  94. 94. Maxwell House Corporation
  95. 95. St. Luke’s Hospital
  96. 96. Lehigh Valley Hospital</li></ul>                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  97. 97. ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br />Photo Gallery<br /> Directions<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
  98. 98. Directions to Stony Acres<br />Coming from the... <br />South: Take 33 North to 80 East to Exit 309 (RT 209) Marshalls Creek Exit <br />East or West: Take 80 (West/East) to Exit 309 (RT 209) Marshalls Creek Exit<br />Follow RT 209 North for approximately 4 miles, to the 3rd stop light <br />Turn right at the stoplight in Marshalls Creek (This is still RT 209 North) <br />At the next Light make a left turn (Shopping Center on your right) <br />Cross the bridge and bear left at the "Y" (The firehouse is in the middle of the "Y" and RT 402 bears to the right) <br />Follow this Road approximately 4 - 4 1/2 miles to Stony Acres, on left. (Road crosses two steel mesh bridges; Stony Acres is a 1/2 mile past the second bridge)<br />ESU Home<br />Stony Acres Facilities<br /> Programs<br /> Photo Gallery<br />Directions<br />MAP<br />                  East Stroudsburg UniversityUniversity CenterEast Stroudsburg, PA 18301(570) 422-3291(570) 422-3420 (Fax) Program DirectorStony AcresMadeline Constantinemconstantine@po-box.esu.edu(570) 422-3334  Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM<br />
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