Adventure Quest LARP Parties & Events

Be the Hero of a Mythic Quest!

The ultimate heroic experience! Participants choose a mythic archetype and powers, then work together to become the heroes of a great quest. This is an involved story that allows the participants to decide how to confront challenges.

The participants in Adventure Quest are the heroes of an incredibly fun and dynamic quest, working together in a mythical and magical world to overcome interesting challenges, solve mystifying riddles, brainstorm unique solutions to puzzling dilemmas, and swashbuckle with foes. The children experience the excitement and confidence that comes from choosing to band together to defend a village, solve a perplexing mystery, or negotiate a peace treaty. At the beginning of the party, the kids choose one of several mythical archetypes, gaining imaginative powers that they may utilize in creative ways to solve the quest. Adventure Quest makes use of safe foam Swasher swords in an environment which teaches good sportsmanship, fair play, and respect for others.

This option is like a super-condensed version of our Adventure Quest summer camps & after-school programs. Also available as an online birthday party or Tabletop Roleplaying Party option.

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Fun outdoor summer camp for kids - Adventure Quest


  • Minimum of 1 ½ hours ($225), optimally 2 hours ($275) or more.
  • Each additional group of 6 children requires an additional Quest Leader ($125 for 1.5 hours, $165 for 2 hours).
  • Additional add-ons available like party favors, tent or costume rental, and merchandise. See add-on options.

Details & Options

  • Ages 6 – 17

  • Up to 6 participants per Quest Leader

  • More participants can be accommodated with extra Quest Leaders

  • 1 ½ to 2 hours or more

  • Can be customized to fit the theme of your party

  • See more info about Adventure Quest and check our program calendar for day & week-long quests.

  • See also Star Quest – a similar type of party with a Sci-Fi theme

Kids learn through experiential education