Go Ape treetop adventure course
3200 Pleasant Union Church Road, Raleigh, NC 27614
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Set within beautiful Blue Jay Point County Park in North Carolina, Go Ape is minutes from I-540 and just outside downtown Raleigh and Durham. More than just a canopy tour, the course is made up of numerous rope ladders, 42 exciting crossings to include the Log Swing, Spider’s Web, Double Stirrups, Apple Picker’s Ladder, 2 Tarzan swings and 5 zip lines. Overall, there are 5 individual sections within the course, each section taking you higher into the forest canopy and finishing with a zip line longer and with more expansive views of the park than the previous one!
Blue Jay Point County Park, located in Raleigh, North Carolina, is a 236-acre park located on the shores of Falls Lake in northern Wake County. Blue Jay Point’s mission is to offer environmental education programming in a natural setting. The park features roughly three acres dedicated to open play fields, playgrounds, an environmental education center and an overnight lodge. Before or after your Go Ape adventure, be sure to check out the park’s five miles of trails, including the Azalea Loop Trail with educational signage or the Falls Lake Trail which connects with North Carolina’s Falls Lake Trail to extend the hiking opportunities beyond the boundaries of Blue Jay Point. Fishing is permitted off the shores of Blue Jay Point (all NC Inland Freshwater Fishing Regulations & Licenses apply). There are also several picnic areas throughout the park available on a first come first serve basis.
The cost is $57 plus tax for ages 16 and up and $37 plus tax for ages 10 to 15. For a limited time, Go Ape is offering 10 percent off. Enter BLUGRND when booking through Go Ape's website. (As always, it will continue to be free to visit Blue Jay Point County Park).
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