Finding Fall Fun & Fantastic Foliage at The Adventure Park at Storrs, CT

September 23, 2015 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle News
September 23, 2015 - As the temperatures moderate and the trees begin to turn to their beautiful autumn colors an exciting new scene reveals itself up in the treetops for climbers and zip liners at The Adventure Park at Storrs, Connecticut. The Park also recently switched to its fall operating hours.

For as beautiful as the trees are in summer in all their lush greenery, they are truly spectacular when resplendent in their fall colors. -And what better way to appreciate the fall foliage than to experience it up in the forest canopy, among the colors, walking, climbing and zip lining from tree to tree. It is a picture perfect fall adventure for kids, teens, adults and families.

Special autumn season events are also planned. Check the park website for details and updates or sign up for the park newsletter at the bottom of the website home page.

Autumn Season General Admission Operating Hours at The Adventure Park at Storrs, CT from September 8 November 15:
  • Saturdays & Sundays 10:00 AM 8:00 PM
  • ALSO — Available 7 days a week to Groups by Advance Reservations only.
  • Availability, seasonal close date and operating hours may be subject to change. Please check the website for updates or contact the park office.

  • About The Adventure Park at Storrs, CT
    Located on four forest acres at 2007 Storrs Road in Storrs, just minutes from the University of Connecticut (UCONN) Campus, The Adventure Park provides zip line thrills and tree-to-tree climbing fun for kids, teens, adults and groups, ranging from age seven through active seniors.

    The Park's seven color-coded aerial trails provide climbers with a choice, ranging from introductory trails (yellow) through to the most advanced trail (black.) In between are green and blue trails for intermediate challenges. The selection makes it possible for friends and family of varied experience and abilities to have fun climbing and zip lining together.

    Adventure Park climbers all wear harnesses that are doubly secured to safety cables using the Park's own "always locked on" climbing system of interlocking carabineers (coupling links). Before venturing onto the trails climbers receive a thorough orientation. Trails are designed for self-discovery, making lessons unnecessary. Park Guides are always available for questions or assistance.

    For those who choose not to climb but want to share the experience with friends or family who are climbing, The Adventure Park offers beautiful forest paths and picnic tables. Admission for non-climbers is free of charge.

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