Being suspended from a cable is an experience usually afforded only to window washers and to the custodians who have to repaint Mount Rushmore "rock color" every year. Dare to dangle with this Groupon.
$55 for a fall aerial obstacle adventure course package (up to a $100 total value)
- Aerial obstacle adventure course admission on a special-event day (up to a $45 value)
- Meal and drinks (a $10 value)
- One wine tasting at Plum Hill (a $10 value)
- One raffle ticket for a prize drawing (a $10 value)
- T-shirt (an $18 value)
- Gift bag with stickers, postcard, and more (a $7 value)
Admission to the aerial obstacle adventure course gives you access to the treetop obstacles for up to three hours. Running weekends in October, both Zombiefest and Oktoberfest days feature popular festival activities such as face painting, costume contests, and a raffle with prizes that include a season pass, free passes, and Maggie's Buns gift cards.
Visitors must meet the reach requirement to participate—you must be able to stand flat-footed and reach above your head to 6'6". Please call for more information.
Tree to Tree Adventure Park
Leaves become a green blur as Tree to Tree Adventure Park's visitors scramble across wobbly bridges and scoot along the balance beams that form the park's interconnected web of treetop ropes. Spread across 26 acres of land, Tree to Tree Adventure Park features a number of different courses where virtually anyone can have fun while building self-confidence or honing teamwork skills. Six color-coded routes combine for a total of more than 60 obstacles, giving guests the opportunity to pursue an adventure that is suitably engaging, yet never daunting.
While thrills are the main draw, safety is paramount at Tree to Tree Adventure Park. Every visitor hoping to hit the ropes must attend a preliminary orientation and learn the park's safety protocols. From there, they receive a helmet and a safety harness before heading to base camp to practice on the obstacles. Then, and only then, are guests cleared to ascend to the treetops and enjoy their gravity-defying experience.