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About Treetop Quest Dunwoody
Family friendly Treetop Obstacle Course & Zip-lining! Experience a thrilling new adventure in the heart of Mother Nature. Feel the adrenaline rush as you climb, jump, zip, and swing from tree to tree at heights up to 55 feet off the ground! Defy gravity with suspension and monkey bridges, Tarzan jumps, flying foxes, and soaring zip lines - More than 70 obstacles, 15 ziplines! Closed for the 2019 season, we are opening next year February 29th, 2020!
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naturalme88 wrote a review Jun 2022
Columbia1683 contributions77 helpful votes
Had a great time. Went to the Dunwoody location which offers 4 different levels. Parking is free but very limited. They have a small lot and then some street parking. I would advise to get there early to find a spot. Registration was easy and waivers could be done online. It's hard to reach anyone via phone but correspondence worked well via email and Facebook. I went with a friend but they do offer levels for kids and teens. Upon arrival you get a colored coded wristband. Then you go to a platform to get harnessed up and they provide gloves. Next is orientation where they show you how to use the hook and zip line attachment. There's a few practice areas. Brief but detailed orientation and then you're on your own to explore. The guides don't lead the activities, you navigate them independently and are responsible for following the directions provided during orientation. No helmet provided. I would be hesitant to have kids do this because it is a "self guided" tour and up in the canopy you have to be sure to keep yourself secured. I noticed on several occasions that some people had difficulty using the zipline attachment. We opted to start at level 2a and within our 2.5 hour time frame we were able to complete levels 2a, 2b and 3. Maybe if you come in the AM you can complete all the levels but due to congestion and timing we weren't. The experience was fun. I think people of all ages with decent health can do this activity. It was challenging as far as balance and navigating some of the obstacles. Workers are noted throughout for assistance but they're on the ground. Based on your colored armband the workers will call out your remaining time for your visit. And I wouldn't recommend if you have balance issues, get dizzy or fear of heights. Just IMO. the scariest obstacles for me were the fishtail and logs. Otherwise I had fun. Level 3 did have thr best zip lining experience. I would definitely recommend for couples, solo and friends.
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Date of experience: June 2022
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Mimi S wrote a review Sep 2021
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At first glance this place seemed like a fun and different experience that would be exciting for kids. My impression was that there would be workers posted at several stations up in the canopy to assist the kids/anyone should they get stuck or have issues securing their hooks....THIS IS NOT THE CASE!!! You find out immediately upon getting a few minutes of instructions that it is a "self-guided" experience making you immediately second-guess the waiver you signed for your 8 year-old guest at a birthday party. The venue is direly understaffed - only 2 "blue shirt helpers" were present but on the ground. The one deep in the park was mainly sitting in a chair. Blue shirt employees have to help secure people in harnesses, give the 5 minute demonstration, and rescue people from the tree top. You can imagine what this means...once the park is up and running, many responsibilities go unfilled. For instance, the one individual was busy rescuing kids deep in the canopy while another kid was dangling on one of the highest ziplines that crosses the parking lot with NO EMPLOYEE in sight to guide the child to safety. The understaffed issues would explain why the few staff there were so RUDE! They are clearly unhappy to be at work and they speak to patrons in the most disrespectful way....the three in particular are the older heavy-set woman at the ticket counter and the two younger males in blue shirts! I'm not quite sure why they chose to come in to work when they make it quite evident that they hate it there. They are unpleasant-looking and unpleasant to interact with. I would have loved to have had a better experience but the whole understaffed (rude) issue lends much to the sense of the whole thing being risky and unsafe. Maybe the other locations are better but I wouldn't recommend this location at all! Definitely changed my mind about hosting a birthday party and work team-building adventure there...not happening!
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Date of experience: September 2021
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aldenkelsey wrote a review Jul 2021
Atlanta, Georgia12 contributions11 helpful votes
his place in Dunwoody was unsafe and horrific. I’m not sure if it was covid-related, but there were only three staff members there and it was terribly unsafe. No one was in the trees with them, no one was there to hook them into the different courses. If a child had not been hooked in and had gone up there without anything hooked on, he could’ve easily fallen and died or gotten severely injured. They relied on kids getting a five minute instruction and then looking themselves in to each of the ropes courses, which I find to be extremely unsafe, especially for kids ages seven through 12. One of the kids that I had forgot to hook himself in and didn’t realize until he was halfway through the first obstacle! I tried to call and email treetop quest to express my concerns, but no one ever followed up with me. This is absolutely so unsafe and so dangerous, I would not recommend it to anyone at this time. And the staff was extremely rude and unpleasant. The one person that was around “watching“ the kids on the ropes course was watching a movie the entire time. He was completely useless. I don’t usually talk badly about a business, but this was extremely poorly run and is a lawsuit waiting to happen.
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Date of experience: July 2021
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Shanna B wrote a review Nov 2020
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I brought my son to a birthday party, and we were here 7 minutes after the start time. They would not let him go with the birthday party and instead made him wait 45 minutes to go with the next group. It made him feel very left out, and the people who worked here were not flexible and were very rude. I would not recommend this place.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Thomas M wrote a review Aug 2020
Decatur, Georgia6 contributions6 helpful votes
I was skeptical going in, but this was great for my family (two boys, 14 and 10). The younger one is typically skittish but he was all-in. Beautiful area, shaded even in the summer so it wasn't TOO hot. They kept families separate and required masks when on the ground. We'll definitely go again.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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