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The Adventure Park at Sandy Spring

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$25 for One Adult Ticket to Sandy Spring Adventure Park

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  • Largest aerial adventure forest
  • Fun, exciting outdoor activity
  • 10 different courses
  • Three-hour access to park

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2 ratings1 reviews
September 3, 2015
Plan for a long enough visit to make it worth it, 3-4 hours at a minimum. I wish we could have stayed 6 - 8. It is amazing.
Philliptop reviewer
27 ratings16 reviews
October 12, 2014
There's a lot more to do here than we realized. Could have made a whole afternoon maybe a day of it. Great staff.
4 ratings2 reviews
October 4, 2014
Go early
Wiltop reviewer
6 ratings5 reviews
September 27, 2014
The Monkey Grove at the adventure park is perfect for any rock climbing enthusiasts. Wear grippy shoes and athletic attire bc you WILL get a workout. If you want an all day affair, do the groupon and get a discount to the main zip line park on site.
Tracytop reviewer
11 ratings8 reviews
August 25, 2014
Great fun for the entire family. Monkey Grove is separate from the main park. Only tree zip lines
2 ratings2 reviews
August 20, 2014
Learning to trust the equipment is important. The Labyrinth is pretty self-contained - I took my 5yr old and it was a good place for him to practice hooking and unhooking himself safely via twizzles and learning to repel down via Trueblue. Monkey Grove was challenging but fun. We went on a weekday morning. There was a steady stream of people coming and going but very little wait time. They have water coolers stationed throughout the park, which was nice, and snack bar options if you need to refuel between courses. Great experience.
Lucindatop reviewer
36 ratings16 reviews
August 12, 2014
morning time is least crowded
6 ratings2 reviews
August 11, 2014
Wonderful park. Great for all ages.
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About This Deal

Trees serve as both oxygen producers and a means of defense from subterranean children, who wrap tree roots around hapless travelers' ankles and pull them into cellars for never-ending games of Backgammon. Stay in the treetops, where it's safe, with today's Groupon: for $25, you get an adult ticket good for three hours of access to Sandy Spring Adventure Park in Sandy Spring, Maryland.

The Sandy Spring Adventure Park offers thrill-seekers above the age of eight the chance to climb, swing, and dance their way through five acres of tree-topped adventure courses. Designed by Swiss mountaineers, Sandy Springs is in accordance with the standards of the Association of Challenge Course Technology, with each of its 10 courses made up of networks of bridges that were created without driving nails or screws into the trees. Upon arrival, you'll be fitted with a harness that will connect you by carabineer to the zip lines and lifelines on and between more than 150 platforms. After that, you're free to careen through the yellow, black, or double-black courses, which, like ski courses and TV dinners, are color-coordinated by difficulty level. Adventurers of all experience levels can find midair fitness and obstacle-enriched flights within Mother Nature's obstacle course.

Sandy Spring Adventure Park provides zip-liners with a harness and a pair of gloves, and its friendly staff of air-time collectors provides guidance to all guests. Comfortable, well-fitted clothing is best for a tree-jumping session, and all-body camouflage isn't recommended, since forest critters are terrified by hovering pairs of human eyes.

Must sign park User Agreement and Liability Waiver. Weight limit is 275 pounds.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires May 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Must sign park user agreement and liability waiver. Must weigh less than 275 lbs. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About The Adventure Park at Sandy Spring

The Adventure Park at Sandy Spring's 13 courses are color-coded by difficulty level, from yellow for beginners to double black diamonds for experts. They aren't ski trails, though—they're climbing challenges. More than 150 platforms adorn 5 acres of trees, which participants trek among by way of cable, wood, and rope bridges, as well as ziplines. A short safety briefing precedes all excursions, covering how to use the included gear and harnesses.

The park's main courses aren't the only place to test climbing skills. Over in the Monkey Grove, visitors can scale 10 trees fastened with the footholds and grips of a classic rock wall. Younger climbers, meanwhile, can explore The Labyrinth, a small, contained structure featuring more than 40 junior-sized versions of the park's other challenges. The courses illuminate on select Glow-in-the-Park evenings, when food, live music, and hoot-owl choruses await climbers upon their return to terra firma.