Are you seeking an opportunity to maximize your weekends by exploring various parts of Northern California with fellow Tigers? Tiger Escapes are fun day trips offered at reduced prices for students, faculty, staff, and guests with food and transportation provided. You will not want to miss out.
“Pacific is in such an incredible area in Northern California where we can do world-class outdoor activities and visit world-class cities all within a day trip,” said Pacific Recreation Assistant Director Laura Whiteley. “Our students work so hard in the classroom, and it is important to give them an outlet to get away and have fun.”
Tigers Escaped to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
Recently, the Tigers took a trip an hour and 20 minutes away from campus to visit Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo. The ride to and from the park, discounted tickets and a voucher for a meal, snack and drink were all included. It was a great opportunity for students to focus on having fun and chasing thrills. Students spent the day exploring the park during Fright Fest festivities, riding the most exciting rides, seeing dolphins and butterflies, and eating classic amusement park fare like churros, funnel cake and more.
“Pacific Rec’s Tiger Escape program isn’t just about escaping the routine—it’s about embracing extraordinary experiences at an affordable cost,” said business analytics major, Hector Aguinia ’24. “From horseback riding, Six Flags Fright Fest, and connecting with fellow students, these trips redefine the college experience.”
Where have the Tigers gone this semester?
Throughout fall semester, Pacific Recreation has hosted five Tiger Escapes, including a visit to Quarry Adventure Park, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, horseback riding, whitewater rafting and paddling on the Delta.
“I got to escape in a safe and fun environment to enjoy something like white water rafting,” said biology major Lana Heartfield ’25. “It was thrilling, beautiful and the kind of day out in nature every student deserves to experience.”
How can I find more information?
Pacific Recreation’s Tiger Escapes give students the chance to take a well-deserved break from studying, get some physical activity in and try fun activities in new places.
Make sure to follow @pacificrec and @universityofthepacifc on Instagram and @tigerterritory on TikTok to see where the Tigers will escape to next semester. For more information or reasonable accommodations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 209.946.7307.