Fun Things to Do: Adventure Park at Nashville

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Experience Nashville in a whole new way: in the tree tops. The Adventure Park at Nashville is a tree-top climbing and zip line experience. It’s the largest of its kind in Nashville with 12 trails color-coded by difficulty levels and approximately 156 treetop platforms connected by bridges, rope courses, ladders, 16 zip lines, and more. There’s even an Adventure Playground for children 3-6 years old. And when you’re done climbing, they also have axe throwing! This is a fun thing to do for kids, teens, adults, and groups of all ages and abilities. Here’s what you need to know.

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How It Works

  • Choose your experience! Options range from Glow in the Park (a magical zip and climb to lights and music at night) to a daytime Aerial Adventure to Firepit Fridays! This is a great activity for birthday parties, too!
  • Select an arrival date, time slot, and the number of guests in your party, then checkout.
  • Complete the waiver before arriving at the park.
  • Wear closed-toed and closed-heel sneakers. Sneakers or light hiking boots along with long shorts or pants are recommended. The park is open rain or shine, so dress accordingly. Gloves are also encouraged.
  • When you arrive at the park, you’ll have a 30-minute safety briefing and harnessing session, which is included in the ticket purchase.
  • Enjoy climbing for hours!
  • TIP: If you think you’ll climb at this location more than once a year, consider a membership to save money!

What to Expect

Glow in the Park

Photo Credits: The Adventure Park at Nashville


When & Where

For more details, visit The Adventure Park at Nashville’s official website.

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