Lake Travis Waterloo Adventures offers water entertainment to beat the heat

A maximum of 45 people can play on the new Lake Travis Waterloo Adventures obstacle course at a time. It takes about 45-50 minutes to complete the entire course, the owner said.

A maximum of 45 people can play on the new Lake Travis Waterloo Adventures obstacle course at a time. It takes about 45-50 minutes to complete the entire course, the owner said.

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Lake Travis Zipline Adventures and Lake Travis Waterloo Adventures are both owned by Brian George.
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Lake Travis Zipline Adventures and Lake Travis Waterloo Adventures are both owned by Brian George.
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The obstacle course is the venue’s latest addition.
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Owner Brian George and Event Coordinator Jay Berchard on site.
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The zipline company was founded in 2011. The owner said he has been looking forward to incorporating the lake.
For Brian George the energy was as abundant as the sunshine on Lake Travis during the late June lead-up to the opening of Lake Travis Waterloo Adventures.

For a year and a half, George, the co-owner of LTWA as well as Lake Travis Zipline Adventures, has been working behind the scenes to gather information, brainstorm and build the area’s newest attraction, including its major green and yellow challenge course that can be seen from around the lake.

LTWA offers guests what it calls “the ultimate lake experience,” which includes a floating water park, obstacle course and access to a resort-style beach.

The floating challenge course is a highlight and includes a 600-foot water playground that offers more than 70 obstacles.

One of the best things about the course is that it can be adjusted, changed and made more challenging, George said.

“It’s like Legos,” he explained.  “Everything is interconnectable to fit your specific needs.”

George said he plans to cross-promote LTWA with the zipline company that he cofounded in 2011.

Customers can look down from the final zipline of the day onto the challenge course and vice versa. George refers to the entire area as “Adventure Island.”
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