TreeRunner Grand Rapids released their call events schedule filled with special themed glow nights, promotions for students, and pumpkin hunting! If you are looking for something unique and different to experience this fall, look no further.
“We host many fun and themed events throughout the season, including our ever-popular Glow Nights every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night where we play upbeat music and climb under the LED lights in the park,” says Amanda McClellan, Business Manager. “This year, we have added various themed glow nights where climbers can dress up, participate in contests and earn prizes, and enjoy themed decorations throughout the park.”
The fall events extravaganza begins on October 5th with Superhero Glow Night, followed by Alien Invasion Glow Night on October 12th, Pirate Glow Night on October 19th, and Zombie Apocalypse Glow Night on October 26th. TreeRunner also has The Great Pumpkin Hunt going on every Sunday in October where climbers can search for a pumpkin in the park for a $5 add-on. Alongside these exciting Fall events, TreeRunner also rolled out a couple new promotions; Thrifty Thursdays and Student Sundays. Thrift Thursdays will occur every Thursday and climbers can purchase all 3-hour climb tickets for $30 and all last-call tickets for $20. Student Sundays will occur every Sunday throughout the rest of the season where students can purchase a climbing ticket all day for $25.
TreeRunner Grand Rapids is built on two acres of rolling terrain and features seven zip lines, a Junior Park, seven main-level aerial trails, three levels of climbing difficulty, and 55 challenge elements to navigate through. TreeRunner Adventure Parks do not feature just one single aerial treetop trail but a variety of color-coded aerial trails. Each trail has a unique challenge level, beginner through expert, that climbers choose from depending on their age or climbing experience. These trails consist of platforms installed in the trees which are connected by various configurations of cable, wood, and rope to form crossings of different kinds including the ever-popular zip lines. Climbers wear harnesses which are secured to safety cables using the park’s “always locked on” system of interlocking safety clips. Before venturing onto the trails climbers receive an interactive orientation and practice session.
TreeRunner Grand Rapids Adventure Park is located on the Knapp’s Corner Mall Campus at 2121 Celebration Drive Northeast. The park’s season will end late November. Reservations are now available for climbing and group appointments.