Ziplining is great if you want to experience the thrill of flying but are terrified of accidentally touching clouds, which are actually really gooey. Get the right altitude with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $110 for a Terrapin Challenge package for two (a $160 value)
- $20 for $40 towards adventure center attractions
Terrapin Challenge packages include four hours of unlimited adventure center access for participants who are at least 8 years-old and weigh 70–275 pounds.
The adventure center's attractions include a 330-foot zipline through the treetops, a 40-foot high giant swing with 2Gs of force, a high ropes course with 18 challenging traverses connecting its platforms, and a 43-foot high climbing tower with 10 routes up and down. Expert guides staff each attraction, entertaining patrons while ensuring that they use the facilities safely and wear their safety gear properly.
On February 15 and 16, in honor of Valentines Day, guests can add a romantic twist to their Terrapin Adventure visit. In addition to all the attractions, couples will be eligible to win prizes from Savage Mill Merchants and enjoy sweets, hot chocolate, and each other.
Terrapin Adventures never fails to live up to its name—even their swing set gets the stomach fluttering with excitement. To be fair, though, the swing in question is anything but the traditional apparatus you'd find at a city park. It seats three people and starts its trajectory 40 feet above the ground, generating 2Gs of force as it swishes riders back and forth over the landscape. The park's other attractions are equally exhilarating. On the high ropes course, visitors attached to sturdy safety harnesses cross 18 traverses situated between lofty platforms; some must be tackled via a rickety bridge, while others require leaps of faith. The 43-foot high climbing tower offers 10 routes up and down, including a head-first downward climb over the Rainbow Serpent. Otherwise, the 330-foot-long zipline sends visitors gliding through the treetops at speeds of up to 20 mph, fast enough to beat the USA track team's star squirrel.