Corporate Retreats & Team Building
Our Corporate outings and weekend retreats offer employees and adult groups the opportunity to relax and enjoy the camaraderie of shared group activities in an outdoor setting. Host a team development event or a summer staff appreciation day using our challenge course, zip line and sea kayaks.
Cow Island also prides itself on our gourmet meals prepared by our Executive Chef in our full- service professional kitchen. He can create anything from a simple lunch to a traditional Maine lobster bake.
We also have four yurts on the island that can accommodate up to 40 people overnight comfortably as well as additional tenting space.
Cow Island’s rustic setting can accommodate a variety of groups and activities and offers something for everyone.
Enjoy the solitude and beauty of Cow Island while accomplishing your retreat goals. We offer event space, skilled guides to help facilitate your outcome goals and excellent food. Prior retreats have included:
- Meditation/Self Reflection
- Executive groups
- Sobriety groups
- Other interest groups
Corporate Team Building Programs
Join Rippleffect for a unique team building opportunity on Cow Island. Build the strength of your team with the unique opportunities we offer. Areas of concentration may include the following:
- Problem Solving
- Relationship Building
Our programs are designed to reflect the unique needs of each individual, team and organization and we work closely with clients to ensure that the training will most effectively meet their needs. This is particularly useful for teambuilding, leadership development, employee orientation and seasonal gatherings.
Pricing is all inclusive of food, transportation (depending on group size), activities and gratuity. Please contact Adam Shepherd, Executive Director, at email@example.com for more information or for exact pricing or call us at (207) 791-7870.
Recent clients include Boston Consulting Group, WEX, MaineHealth, Maine Medical Center, Portland Public Schools, Hannaford, Martin’s Point, Maine Department of Education, and Maine Central Power