If your family is looking for a treetop thrill, check out one of these aerial or zip line attractions.
Families with toddlers to teens can all find some fun at Tree to Tree Adventure Park in Gaston. While older kids can scamper on the aerial and ropes courses, and zip lines, there’s a special lower-to-the-ground area for kids ages 2 to 8 years old. Find out more at tree2treeadventurepark.com.
The adventures at Skamania Lodge and Resort in Stevenson, Washington, are better suited for families with older kids. Riders must weigh at least 60 pounds to go on the 2.5-hour zip line tour. And the aerial course is for folks ages 8 and older. Find out more at skamania.com.
Pumpkin Ridge Zip Tour welcomes kids 8 to 12 to zip line with a responsible adult, while those ages 13 to 18 may zip with a responsible adult on site, and not necessarily on the tour. The two-hour, guided tours cover seven zip lines and three suspension bridges. Find out more at pumpkinridgeziptour.com.
And Mt. Hood Adventure Park at Skibowl in Government Camp also features an aerial park, among its other attractions. Tour five balance bridges, or hit their zip lines or bungee jump. Find out more at skibowl.com/summer.
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