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What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for combo admission for one person ($64.95 value)
- $75 for combo admission for two people ($129.90 value)
- $129 for combo admission for four people ($259.80 value)
Each of the above options includes the following per person:
- A 3-hour Adventure at the Trinity Forest Adventure Park ($39.95 value)
- All-day, unlimited activities at The Southern Cross Ranch ($25 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 17, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Online reservation required. Southern Cross admission subject to availability. Excludes pony and horseback rides. Please check website for age and height restrictions. Must sign waiver. Not valid for group events or birthday parties. Must make reservation by exp. date on Groupon. Combo admission tickets available Thursdays-Sundays, July 3-Sept 1, 2014. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Trinity Forest Adventure Park
Brad and Judy Lee are devoted environmentalists: Judy is a wildlife rehabilitator, and both received an award from the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council in 2005 for their work. So it's hardly a surprise that after visiting a few aerial parks in the Northeast in 2012, the couple decided they wanted to give Texans a chance to mingle with Mother Nature, too. Spread across seven acres near Trinity River, the result—Trinity Forest Adventure Park—immerses visitors in a world free of cell phones, job worries, and pay-per-view sunsets.
Here, adventures unfold on six aerial obstacle courses in the trees, each with four degrees of difficulty. Thrill-seekers zip, dive, soar, and commando crawl through 200-year-old oaks as they conquer more than 70 rope bridges, ziplines, cargo nets, swing tires, and ladders, all while safely attached to a harness. No matter the course, though, trips are what guests make them: they can be laid back and appreciative of the surroundings, or adrenaline-pumping tests of mettle.