An all-new fun-in-the-trees attraction in West Nashville beckons thrill seekers of all ages.
A whole new level of family fun and excitement comes to West Meade with the opening of The Adventure Park. It opened Saturday, June 9 located on the grounds of the Gordon Jewish Community Center at 801 Percy Warner Blvd., Nashville.
THE ADVENTURE PARK FEATURES
Designed and built by Outdoor Ventures, the park boasts various levels of zip lines and aerial challenge bridges between tree platforms.
The challenges are graded according to difficulty. There are even ones suitable for 3-year-olds taking them two-feet off the ground. Advanced areas take athletic thrill seekers up to 50 feet high.
“We are excited to bring this wonderful experience to the people in Nashville,” says Outdoor Ventures CEO Bahamn Azarm. “It’s a fun outdoor activity, it’s wholesome, it makes people feel great, and it brings families and people together,” he adds.
Summer operating hours (June 9 – Sept. 4) will be Mon – Fri 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., Sat – Sun 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Admission is $54 ages 12+, $48 ages 10 – 11, $39 ages 7 – 9, $18 ages 3 – 6.
The park offers a two-for-one sale on its website through Saturday, June 23. For more info and tickets, visit mynashvilleadventurepark.org.