Groups embark on a three-hour adventure; safety equipment and training included
About This Deal
- Must be 8 or older.
- Younger than 14 must be accompanied by a guardian.
- Must be at least 47’’ tall and less than 6’6’’ tall.
- Must be a minimum of 40lbs and a maximum of 275lbs.
- Must be able to reach 66 inches with feet flat on the ground.
#####Edge Adventures’ COVID-19 Precautions
- Reservations and waiver completion 24 hours in advance required.
- Number of guests is reduced to comply with social distancing guidelines.
- Hand sanitizer stations set up throughout the park.
- Guests who do not adhere to social distancing regulations may be asked to leave.
- Guests must bring their own gloves (i.e. gardening gloves) to use on the course or purchase a pair at the park from Edge Adventures.
- Note that state and local guidelines are changing regularly. Please check Edge Adventures’ website or contact them for their latest guidelines.
Need To Know
About Edge Adventures Indianapolis - Koteewi Park
Climbing a tree is a beloved pastime familiar to millions of kids. Climbing through the trees? Usually, that's best left to Tarzan. Usually, unless you're a visitor to Koteewi Aerial Park. There, amid 800 acres of dense woods, visitors as young as 8 can take off on (supervised) adventures on aerial courses that snake through the canopy. Read on to learn more:
- Courses: Each treetop trail at Koteewi rises between 16-60 feet off the ground. Once you're strapped in your harness and ready to go, it's up to you to navigate the obstacles, zip lines, and natural wonders that stand between you and completion.
- Safety: During each course run-though, you'll be harnessed to the park's Quick Trekker System, a 100% on-belay safety system that keeps you attached to the safety line at all time. In addition, you'll also get a safety briefing from the park's ACCT-trained guides.
- Other outdoor fun: In addition to its system of aerial trails, Koteewi Aerial Park also features plenty to do for earthbound visitors; the park is also home to bike and equestrian trails, a fishing pond, a nature center, and even an archaeological area.