Are Reservations Required?

We strongly recommend that you make reservations – we fill up quickly! We keep our orientation sessions small to make sure that each guest gets the personalized attention that they need to familiarize themselves with the equipment and to feel comfortable in the trees.

You can book online or give us a call at 503-357-0109

Reservations require full payment. We require a 48-hour cancellation/modification notice prior to your reservation in order to fully refund your deposit. If you are unable to give the outlined notice, we will do our best to work with you but cannot guarantee a refund. This also applies if you have gift cards, as we reserve the harnesses for you and turn away other guests when fully booked.

Summer Office Hours: Open from 9am-5pm daily

Off-Season Office Hours: Our office hours are limited in the off-season.  If we’re not in, please leave us a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible!

 

Are you interested in a team building or corporate reservation?  We offer several different outdoor options for any team building event.  This fun, challenging, and rewarding experience will be utilized to enhance your work environment, club, sports team, troop, or any other type of team! Check out more about our team building programs or get started by filling out our team building inquiry form.

What should I know before I arrive?

You’re in for the adventure of a lifetime!

  • Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled reservation time.  Please allow plenty to time for traffic and parking – oftentimes throughout the season, parking can get tricky!
  • To speed up the check-in process, you can complete your waiver online before you arrive to the park. That way we can get you to your adventure more quickly! Guests under the age of 18 must have their participant agreement form signed by their parent or legal guardian.
  • Wear closed toed shoes, no open toed sandals or flip flops.
  • Long hair needs to be in ponytail.
  • Dress appropriately for the weather. We are open rain or shine and will only close due to high winds or lightning.
  • Wear something comfortable for climbing. You will be required to wear a harness. Baggy clothing is not recommended.
  • You are going to be outside, so expect dirt, pollen and tree sap. You will probably get some on your clothes, so dress appropriately.
  • You are more than welcome to bring your own food and drink, but NO alcohol.
  • Consider bringing gloves.  Some people prefer to wear them while going through the courses.
  • All participants will be given a training class, then your adventure will be self guided. We have guides on all courses at all times in case you have any difficulty.

Guidelines & Requirements:  Please read the height and age requirements carefully for each course and be aware that in order to access any one course, all the minimum requirements must be met.

Height and Age Requirements
In order for guests to be able to reach the safety lines and manage their way through the course they must meet certain minimum height requirements:

Weight Requirements
The maximum weight limit to participate on the aerial obstacle course is 300 lbs. The maximum weight limit for the zip tour is 250 lbs.

What is the Proper Attire?

Not sure what to wear on your tree top adventure? No worries – We can help.  You’ll want to be sure to wear comfortable athletic wear for your visit to Tree to Tree Aerial Adventure Park.  Here’s some tips and the details:

  • Wear closed toed shoes, no open toed sandals or flip flops. Closed toed shoes, such as sneakers, hiking boots, and closed toed sandals, are all permissible. No open shoes of any kind are allowed on the course.
  • Long hair needs to be in ponytail.
  • Shorts or long pants are fine, but remember we are in the trees, so beware of sap, dirt, bugs and pollen! Also, if you decide to wear shorts, we recommend at least mid-thigh length as your harness has leg straps that are generally uncomfortable rubbing on bare skin.
  • Dress appropriately for the weather. We are open rain or shine and will only close due to high winds or lightning.
  • Wear something comfortable for climbing. You will be required to wear a harness. Baggy clothing is not recommended.
  • You are going to be outside, so expect dirt, pollen and tree sap. You will probably get some on your clothes, so dress appropriately.
  • Skirts and dresses are not permitted on the course.
  • We do sell gloves. Some people prefer to wear them while going through the courses.  You may also bring your own if you’d like.

What are the weight, height, and age restrictions

Aerial Obstacle Course

The accessibility of certain course levels and paths are based on age and confidence level. Children between the ages of 7 and 9 are recommended to participate in the first two courses. Those who are over the age of 10 can access all six courses.

Weight: The maximum weight to participate is 300 lbs.  The maximum girth at waist is 44” (for harness).

Zipline Tour

There’s no age limit for the zip line park, but for safety purposes, guests must weigh between 75 and 250 pounds.

 

What is T2T?

So…What are you guys?

It’s a question that we get a lot…and rightfully so.  It’s an adventure like you’ve never had before. When walking by, it’s easy to see the happy faces of the people in the trees and hear the cheers and laughter, but until you’ve experienced it for yourself it’s hard to explain.

This season we’re going to treat you to some tips & tricks on how to navigate some of our trickier elements. (Stay tuned, and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram!)  Let’s start at the beginning, and we’ll move among the courses throughout the season!

What’s T2T?

We’re an aerial adventure park.  There’s a series of courses (more on this later) up in the trees, starting at about 15 feet in the air and moving up to almost 40 feet in parts!  You’ll get harnessed up when you arrive, we’ll teach you how to use the equipment, and then you’ll be up on a self guided tour of the trees.  Self guided means that we’ll be there on the ground to help you out and cheer you on, and you can move at your own pace with your group!

You’ll go from obstacle to obstacle (or as we call them – element to element), stopping at platforms built in the trees between the elements to watch your friends, catch your breath, and take in the exhilarating feeling that you’ll surely find.  There’s bridges, swings, ropes, beams, tightropes, and many, many more!

Who can go?

We have a many course options to make sure that almost anyone can join us!  Starting at ages 2-8, the monkey grove is open!  Our zip tour is open for anyone 75 lbs. and up! Anyone ages 7 and up is welcome to the aerial obstacle courses.  Each course is designed specially for the designated age and height ranges, to provide a fun experience for everyone with appropriate levels of challenges, heights, and fun!  Throughout each of the course options, the courses will get higher from the ground and increase in difficulty as you go. Each course ends on the ground, so it’s up to you to decide if you’re ready to conquer the next course, or if you want to call it a day!

Am I safe?

We get it.  Knowing that you’re safe while you’re up in the air, exploring something new, and expanding your comfort zone is a priority.   Providing you with an adventure where you feel safe, welcomed, and supported is one of our highest priorities. We’re proud to feature safety equipment above and beyond the industry requirements.   When you arrive, we’ll help you to get safely secured in our harnesses.

During your orientation session with one of our highly trained staff, you’ll learn how to use the equipment.  Next, you’ll complete our practice course, only a few feet off the ground, under the watchful eye of one of our guides to ensure you’re comfortable with all the equipment!  Ask us all your questions, take your time, and when you’re ready you’ll get started on the courses!

Okay, I’m ready! But come on…give the first course tip!

Well, okay.  Throughout the courses, you’ll notice that some of the elements include logs swinging from ropes. If you ever see these ropes, grab those ropes instead of the cable to steady yourself! Yep, it seems counter-intuitive: the cable stays in one place while the ropes can swing.  Here’s the trick.  Do you remember learning about the pendulum swing?  The same principle applies here.  Hold the cable, and there’s so much farther you can swing.  Hold the ropes and it reduces how far you can swing!

Ready to try it for yourself?! Make a Reservation!