The sky-high obstacle park will eventually offer four activities: the three-hour Treetop Adventure course, the one-hour Treetop Journey course, the 90-minute Treetop Discovery course and outdoor axe throwing. On the courses, participants can tackle aerial crossings and obstacles, a Tarzan-type swing and zip line through the trees.
Treetop Discovery is currently open, with Treetop Journey and Treetop Adventure opening April 1, said Becky Oldham, chief marketing officer for Go Ape Zipline & Adventure Park, in an email. Axe throwing will open in the near future.
Go Ape has 15 locations across the U.S., including a site in Plano and a new site opening in Arlington this spring. Oldham said the company chose its first Houston-area location to be the 67-acre Brazos River Park due to its existing outdoor amenities, including walking and mountain bike trails, a disc golf course, meadows and open spaces.
Additionally, the new business will provide a percentage of each ticket sale at the park to the city of Sugar Land to reinvest back into the city, Oldham said. 800-971-8271. www.goape.com/location/texas-houston