Each summer brings with it outdoor sports, lemonade sales, and annual khaki-shorts conventions. Celebrate the sun in style with today's Groupon to Chicopee Tube Park in Kitchener. Choose from the following options:
- For $9, you get a zip-line orientation package (an $18 value).
- For $10, you get a two-hour pass, excluding zip lines (a $20 value).
- For $45, you get an all-access season pass, including two zip-line rides per day, valid until Thanksgiving weekend (a $95 value).
Chicopee Tube Park's trained staff and summer attractions enable thrill seekers of all ages to bounce, slide, glide, and climb with special attention paid to safety and care. Cloud envy vanishes during the zip-line orientation package, which preps human zippers on the 80-metre Mini-Me line before elevating them to the soaring vistas of the more than 300-metre Pine Ridge line. Season-pass holders can practice wing-worthy soaring and test the staying power of new haircuts on up to two zip-line rides per day.
The two-hour pass splashes visitors with tubing and aerial options, including Chicopee's Eurobungy, a trampoline with specialized safety harnesses that allow up to four people to imagine themselves acing 25-foot slam dunks on the moon. Visitors can ascend the Spider Web or traverse the easily navigable horizontal ropes course. Designed to emulate winter snow, waterless tube paths offer straight or curved tubing over more than150 metres of dry course.
Chicopee Tube Park's 9,200-square-foot chalet coddles visitors with air conditioning, free WiFi, and a café. A 2,500-square-foot outdoor viewing deck gives parents the opportunity to watch their wee ones from above without having to imbibe helium martinis.
Chicopee Tube Park
Though the winter snow has melted, inner tubes continue to zoom down the routes at Chicopee Tube Park—now cruising atop Italian mats, designed for waterless tubing. A host of other outdoor attractions complement the park’s eponymous activity. Two ziplines—an 80-metre line for first timers and a 300-metre line for veteran fliers—let passengers glide above the treetops without having to hitch a ride on a passing pterodactyl. The Eurobungy trampoline also gives guests the gift of flight, granting harness-sporting park-goers the ability to leap up to 25 feet in the air, and the spider-web climbing tower offers stationary bird’s-eye views once climbers have hoisted themselves to its pinnacle. For low-to-the-ground fun, harnessed participants at the horizontal ropes can balance six feet off the ground, getting a taste of tightrope walking without that chalky, acrophobic aftertaste.
1600 River Rd. E
Kitchener, Ontario N2A 4K8