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WSA Adventure Seekers

Adventure Seekers are adults with Williams syndrome, ages 21 and older who enjoy traveling and spending time with each other in a variety of destinations throughout the United States.

At least one trip of 4-5 days is organized by the WSA annually, and we vary the activity levels for individuals each year. Each trip combines sightseeing, networking, and skill building to create a mini-vacation that honors them as autonomous individuals and provides great fun for everyone!

Pigeon Forge, TN October 19-22 2019

Are you an adult with Williams syndrome? If you are, we invite you to join us in Pigeon Forge, TN for a fun‐filled weekend in October. This trip is designed for adventure seekers with a variety of ages and activity levels. There will be walking involved and Pigeon Forge is in the mountains, but we will not be hiking or participating specifically in strenuous activities.

Please read the important details for our trip to Pigeon Forge by clicking the button below and reading the rest of this page (registration below)--due to limited space, do not hestitate if interested in applying. NEW DEADLINE, due to popularity, is August 25. 
 
 
*Due to the accommodation restrictions posed by the different cabins, we will be conducting a lottery (similar to ACM Lifting Lives) to determine the final adventure seekers group for this trip.  Please DO NOT book travel reservations until you have received confirmation that your registration has been accepted (on or before September 10).  We cannot be responsible for flight reservations made prior to September 10.

 

There are a limited amount of need-based scholarships available for this trip. To fill out the application: 

 

Past Trips:

Adventure Seekers in Oklahoma City, October 2018.

St. Louis in 2017 was a blast!