Welcome, Adventurer! We are excited to welcome you to Adventure Forever, our play workshop.

Here, we believe play can unlock creativity, release stress and drive meaningful progress.

Our workshop is a place for exploration, experimentation, and collaboration. We curate play for people of all ages, identities and abilities.

We strive to foster creativity by encouraging people to play. We also provide resources such as workshops, mentorship, and a library of tools and materials. So join us in play and let your imagination run wild.

New Website launching Soon!

We innovate multigenerational playgrounds, parks, and programs for more inclusive communities

We curate play-based experiences for people of all ages and abilities

We create Public Programs and build Community Capacity

We advise on Public Art Curation, Landscape Design and Wayfinding

We write grants and pitches

We combat post covid loneliness + isolation

We examine the impact of play on communities

We advocate for play, and its incorporation into daily life, even in subtle ways

We invite, respect + protect play for all abilities + ages by incorporating accessible features (e.g. sensory or active play components)

We provide resources and research

We identify opportunities for social enterprise and collaboration

We consider landscape + climate impact

We focus on interactive interventions to encourage respectful collaboration and teamwork

We foster platforms for the intergenerational exchange of knowledge and experience

We are curious about the effects of light, colour, and sound on play, and strive to include these elements in our creative direction

Our initiatives include playgrounds, placemaking and other community engagement efforts.

We work with municipalities, retailers, schools, non-profits, community centres, and you!

Life is short; let's have an Adventure Forever.

Proud winner of the Tourism Innovation Lab BC SPARK grant.

Connecting People to Place through Play

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Adventure Forever wishes to acknowledge that we play, live and work on the unceded and ancestral lands of the Salish peoples, including

the q̓ic̓əy̓ (Katzie), q̓ʷɑ:n̓ƛ̓ən̓ (Kwantlen), and se’mya’me (Semiahmoo) Nations.