First Texas treetop adventure set to open in Plano park

Posted on 24 Feb 2016 at 2:03pm

zip1Swing from the trees this spring thanks to a new partnership between Plano Parks and Recreation and treetop adventure course company Go Ape.

The course will be a two-to-three hour trek through the forest canopy using rope ladders, Tarzan swings, five zip lines, and more than 40 other obstacles situated more than 40 feet in the air. All Go Ape courses are designed to allow for a wide variety of skill levels, offering a balanced mixture of challenge and fun, according to a press release from the company.

This is the company’s 13th course in the U.S. Construction began in December 2015 and is set to open on March 12. The cost is $58 and tickets can be booked on the Go Ape website.

The course is located in Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve, 5901 Los Rios Blvd., Plano. The park is also bounded by E. Spring Creek Parkway and Jupiter Road.

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