Thrill-seekers rejoice: The Adventure Park at Nashville is now open for the 2022 season. The area’s newest ziplining and climbing park is celebrating the opening with Glow in the Park events on Saturday evenings. If you go, be sure to wear light-colored clothing because Glow in the Park will illuminate you like never before. That, along with music, will make for a magical zipline and climbing experience.
In the Know About The Adventure Park at Nashville
The 13 trails at The Adventure Park consist of various challenges in the trees, including bridges, tightropes, ladders and ziplines. A new trail — the Grand Rapids Trail — is ready for testing. Guests wear harnesses with clips that connect up to the trail’s safety system, ensuring safety through the course. The main trails are designed for ages 7 to adult; an Adventure Playground provides a low-to-the-ground adventure experience for little climbers ages 3 – 6.
In addition to the treetop zip line and climbing experience, The Adventure Park at Nashville boast the area’s only outdoor axe throwing activity for ages 12 and older. “Axe throwing continues to grow in popularity,” says Candie Fisher, vp of sales and marketing for the park. “We love to see groups of friends, families and co-workers enjoy some friendly competition in our axe throwing lanes.”
But what if you don’t want to participate in climbing? No worries. Non-climbing participants are admitted free of charge to share in experiences from the ground and enjoy the property’s trails in addition to picnic tables and community fire pit.
The Adventure Park at Nashville is located 15 minutes west of downtown Nashville, on six acres of forest on the grounds of the Gordon JCC. The address is 801 Percy Warner Blvd. in West Meade. The park books groups, birthday and school classes. Moreover, walk-ins are welcome on a space-available basis. Guests are encouraged to book ahead on the Park’s website or by calling 615-610-9500.
For more information, visit myAdventurePark.com/NAP or call 615-610-9500.