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“Perfect for the junior (6-9 yrs.) adventurer!”

Go Ape Treetop Adventure Course
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$58.00*
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Zip Line and Treetop Adventure
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Go Ape Treetop Adventure & Treetop Junior Go Ape Treetop Adventure:Scramble up cargo nets, traverse across rope bridges and take-off on zip lines 40-50 feet above the ground! Go Ape is a highly interactive 2-3 hour treetop adventure where you'll explore the forest canopy via 5 ziplines and awesome obstacles. Treetop Adventure Limitations: Supervision ratios must be met: 1 adult for every 2 kids between the ages of 10 and 15 and 1 adult for every 5 kids between the ages of 16 and 17. Minimum age: 10 years old. Minimum height: 4ft 7in. Maximum weight: 285 lbs (subject to harness fit) Go Ape Treetop Junior:Junior Tarzans can swing through the treetops and enjoy a fun-filled experience of tree-to-tree crossings, obstacles, and 2 ziplines at heights of 20 feet above the ground!Treetop Junior Limitations:• Supervision ratios must be met: 1 adult for every 6 kids age 6 and older, and 1 adult for every 2 kids younger than 6 years old. All ages Minimum height: 3ft 3in. Maximum weight: 285 lbs (subject to harness fit)
Reviewed March 27, 2013

On opening day, March 23, 2013, I took my 8 year old daughter to the junior adventure course. She and I completed the course several times and loved it!!! It is totally safe and sized right for kids that age. She had no trouble with the course and was doing it solo after one time through. The guide was very helpful and stayed with us while we were on the course. I highly suggest this course for families with young kids who are active!

Thank SCgirlatheart1
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Reviewed March 25, 2013

We went on the opening weekend. Our twin 6 year old daughters loved it. It did take about 30 minutes from when we got there to sign up, until our group was ready to go. Since it was the frist day I figure they were still working out the details. We all went down and listed to the safety information. This only took 5 miniutes, they put the harnesses on and the kids were off. They start them on an easier course which has a guide rope to hold on to, to help keep your balance. The obstibles like the bridges and ropes are closer together. The staff was very friendly and encouraging to the kids. Parents can follow the kids on the ground around the whole course. The end of the course ends in a zip line down to the ground. They tell the kids the louder you scream the faster you go. They had fun with that. The price was $25 per child, and you get to do 3 runs throught the courses. It took about an hour to do the 3 runs. The second course is harder, it does not have a guide rope to hold on to, and the bridges move more and are farther apart. The kids did not seem afraid of falling and felt secure in their harnesses. The second course ends with a zip line as well. Once you are done with the second course, you pick which of the ones you want to do for your third and final run. Once done it is quick to take off your harness and be done. This is the first type of ropes course we have ever done. It was great, I would recommend this to anyone with active kids. I am sure when in Williamsburg again the kids will want to go back.

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Reviewed February 5, 2013

We will be back. Happy to chose this location and course. Thanks for the great time. Staff and people there are great

Thank Christine J
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Reviewed February 4, 2013

This is the best thing to do when you're out camping and have nothing to do. You can easily spend a good 2-3 hours up i the trees. You get a quick 10 minute saftey talk- teaching you how to strap up ect- and then your free. Plenty of zip wires, Tarzan swings, wobbly planks, monkey bars and much more. It is like a huge playground for the big kids(including imature adults :P). You don't need any gloves although they are recommended- you can buy them for a few pound each. The fee was reasonable for the time spent up there and what you got. Will be going again soon

Thank Rhianna F
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Reviewed January 29, 2013

We spent almost 3 hours here. We have a family of five (kids ages 11, 13, 15) and we all LOVED it!!! Great fun. Several zip lines, lots of climbing around in trees - like a huge jungle gym/tree house fun for big kids!

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