Traipse Among the Trees
Zip Lining in the NYC Area
Heading down the highway, looking for adventure….here ya go:
The Bronx Zoo: Leave the concrete jungle behind and immerse yourself in Treetop Adventure.You can now climb, crawl, and swing through the adventure ropes course or zip line over the Bronx River at The Bronx Zoo.
The Adventure Park at Long Island: The “Aerial Forest Adventure Park” has a treetop adventure for the whole family. Leave the city behind and experience the joy of climbing and zip lining through the trees and the rush of accomplishment as you conquer the aerial adventure challenges of your choice.
Wild Play Element Park at Jones Beach: This extreme fun spot features a 700-foot zipline along the beach, and there are four ziplines side-by-side, so you can zip as a group if you like. There’s also adventure courses (rope ladders, platforms, ziplines, etc.) for all levels—classic, extreme, and a kids course, that’s just 15 feet in the air. And if you’re a real dare devil, try the WTF Jump (What’s To Fear? Jump), a quick 40 feet off the ground.
Camelback Mountain Adventures: PA’s biggest outdoor adventure park offering the best views of the Pocono Mountains. Zip through the trees at up to 8 stories above ground. Their dual ziplines in the Poconos are perfect for racing family or friends. Play all day on treetop courses with 100+ aerial obstacles including tight ropes, zip lines, swinging bridges, cargo nets, rope swings & more. You can also take a mountain Segway tour or fly down the summit on PA’s longest Zip-FLyer – 4,000 ft!
Essex County Treetop Adventure Course: Built right next to the Essex County Turtle Back Zoo, the New And Expanded Essex County TreeTop Adventure Course is a world-class aerial obstacle course. Their adult courses (approx. 35ft in height) offer 30 unique challenge elements with an average run time of 1 to 1.5 hours. Our Junior Courses (approx. 10ft in height) offer 15 unique challenge elements with an average run time of 30 to 45 minutes. The redesigned Zip Line measures over a football field in length and stands at approximately 40 feet.
Photos: wildplay.com/jones-beach, camelbackmountainadventures.com, essexcountyparks.org, bronxzoo.org