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What Activities Are Not Approved in Safety-Wise?

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The following activities are never allowed for any Girl Scout:

  • Potentially uncontrolled free-falling (bungee jumping, hang gliding, parachuting, parasailing and trampolining)
  • Shooting a projectile at another person (such as paintball)
  • Flying in noncommercial aircraft, such as small private planes, helicopters, sailplanes, untethered hot-air balloons and blimps
  • Creating extreme variations of approved activities (such as high-altitude climbing and aerial tricks on bicycles, skis, snowboards, skateboards, water-skis and wakeboards)
  • Hunting
  • Riding all-terrain vehicles and motor bikes, and taking watercraft trips in Class IV or higher whitewater

Please note that laser tag is now an approved activity.

If you have a question about Safety-Wise or safety procedures, please e-mail them to Pam Wurster.

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2 Comments

  1. Becky says:

    Are we able to participate in the AirMaxx Trampoline Park and Fun Center’s Scout Night on November 12? They are advertising it, but it looks like Girl Scouts don’t allow trampolining?

  2. Girl Scouts River Valleys says:

    Hi Becky- This is not endorsed by Girl Scouts; trampolining is not a Girl Scout-approved activity.

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