Do you think you have what it takes to do the heavy lifting? Make your Bob-the-Builder childhood fantasies a reality by having the opportunity to operate your own bulldozers, excavators and wheel loaders at Extreme Sandbox. In this two-and-a-half-hour session, on-site pros will assist your group in the operating of high-end, heavy machinery (many weighing over 26 tons!) from Komatsu in 20-25 minute rotations. And the best part about it? Whether there's snow or sunshine, the equipment cabs are always a perfect 70°, so you can participate all year-round. Featured and funded on the popular television show Shark Tank, Extreme Sandbox allows guests to cross construction off their bucket list and "build" lasting team relationships with a large group ranging from 17-60 people.
Bottled water will be provided
"When and where does the everyday person get to operate CAT heavy equipment? Never until now!. The instruction and fun you have is excellent. It is also challenging to operate the equipment and gives you a new appreciation to the guy building a highway next to you." TripAdvisor
"This was a fun customer entertainment experience operating heavy construction equipment. Took a couple of customers out for a couple hours of digging with excavators and bulldozers. Everyone had a great time, and the guys at Extreme Sandbox were fantastic." TripAdvisor
"Safety is first, but having a good time is a close second. The instructors are great. I would recommend it to anyone who ever wanted to drive the construction equipment to give it a try." Yelp
1901 Glendale RD
Hastings, MN 55033
Experience the national hype: Now's your chance to participate in this Shark Tank innovation first-hand.
Bucket list experience: It's not every day you get to live out your childhood fantasy of operating classic construction machinery!
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Subject to availability. Subject to the rules and regulations of the venue. Attendees must be 14 or older to operate the equipment. All attendees must sign and return a waiver at the start of the event and complete a 30-minute safety training video prior to operating machinery. Attendees with medical conditions will need to check with their health professional prior to attending.