“Awesome Adventure for the whole famiy”
SpiderQuest is a new & exciting way to have a great outdoor family adventure! I was invited to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony, with my family, and we were given the opportunity to participate in this one-of-a-kind activity. Suspended, high in the trees, you will find a large safety net – within that net is this amazing playground for anyone who can reach their hands to 4’5″ (flat-footed, no tippy toes!)….” READ The entire review HERE.
“You have heard me talk about Treetop Quest. I think its Atlanta’s best kept secret and I want to change that. This past March, I did my 9 year old daughter’s birthday at Treetop Quest. You can read the review HERE. Also last year my family and I went there for the first time, read my reviewHERE.
Last week, I pulled my kids out of school early after they took the CRCT. (I figured they were not doing anything major after a day of testing anyway). We went to Treetop Quest to check out their new obstacle course: Spider Quest. This is the FIRST ever seen in the US! It is a Treetop Obstacle Course above a Giant Safety Net; no harness needed! It a one hour activity, for children able to reach their hand to 4’5” flat-footed, adults 2 levels, 30 obstacles, 2 tree-houses, and a giant slide! The Net has a 20,000 square foot surface…”
Read the entire articles and see more pictures HERE
Good Day Atlanta’s Paul Milliken is in an adventurous mood. So he decided to give Spider Quest a try…on live TV! Click the videos above to check it out!
Read more: http://www.myfoxatlanta.com/story/25428895/get-tangled-up-in-a-one-of-a-kind-georgia-adventure-course#ixzz32SJhjwo6
Gwinnett Daily Post visited Treetop Quest for Spider Quest ribbon opening!
Read HERE their article!
Lesli’s mission is to encourage you to get out and explore Atlanta Metro with your family. If you only use a few ideas a month, her mission will not be in vain. Read what she has to say about Spider Quest HERE!
SeeGoDoIt! visited Spider Quest
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Macaroni Kid is a free e-newsletter for parents, grandparents, and caregivers, featuring all the free and in-expensive family friendly activities, events and businesses in this area along with a few in the greater Atlanta area. They want to be your go-to resource for family fun in our community to keep your kids entertained, educated, and exhausted! CLICK HERE to read about their trip to Treetop Quest Gwinnett!
It’s that time of year again, and summer camps are in full swing…no pun intended! Are you looking for activities to enhance your existing summer camp? Treetop Quest is a wonderful activity for summer camps because it is both educational and recreational, and is suitable for kids age 4 and up.
Kids will have a blast in our trees, swinging and climbing their way to heights of 55 feet, all in the confidence of our safe belay system. Treetop Quest delivers a thrilling adventure, that’s a guarantee! Each guest will adventure for 2.5 hours, and can go through the courses (for their age group) as many times as they can!
Not just another zipline tour, Treetop Quest is an adventure course where participants move through obstacles and ziplines in the beautiful Georgia canopy at their own pace. The experience truly is unforgettable. Don’t believe us? See for yourself! Bring your summer camp group to Treetop Quest and give the kids an experience that will rival any other for summers to come.
Nothing says ‘Fantastic Field Trip’ like zipping through the trees! Incorporate nature into your classroom with a trip to Treetop Quest. Kids will have an unforgettable experience as they build confidence moving through our treetop obstacles and gain knowledge about nature and the environment with educational boards located throughout the park. Environmental quizzes at the beginning of the obstacles let kids test their knowledge. Answers are found at the end of the obstacle!
Treetop Quest has 6 levels total, accommodating all skill levels and ages 4 and up. Younger kids will love the Chick Pea course, which is specially designed for our smallest adventurers. Older kids will explore the other 5 courses, depending on their age, where they will swing tree to tree on ropes, climb cargo nets, and maneuver through other challenges.
But what about safety? Treetop Quest uses a safe belay system that is impossible to detach from the lifeline, and all participants go through an orientation to learn how to operate their equipment. And of course our excellent course operators are below at all times for anyone who needs assistance.
Treetop Quest is an ideal field trip for any age and can be combined with programs offered by the GEHC to create a one-of-a-kind experience for your group. Contact us at 770-904-3547 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about availability and rates.
The spookiest time of the year is approaching!
It is a time when summer makes way for winter with leaves falling from the trees as the crops go brown. For the Wiccan and the Pagan, it is a moment of remembering the dead and to contemplate this endless cycle of life, death, and eventual rebirth. History has it that it was a time to honor the ancestors and the dead with influences from the Celtic, Gaelic and Roman traditions – combining All Saints Day (aka All Hallows), All Hallows Eve and All Souls Day to what we call today, Halloween.
So what do we do on Halloween today?
One of the best part of Halloween is getting the costumes in time and be ready for a night of mingling with friends and family members, pulling some funny pranks while going “Trick or Treat” from door to door. It is also a time to boast one’s creativity through recipes and dishes which you can easily google on and, without forgetting the traditional pumpkin carving (you can do some apple carving too).
Take it to the leafy heights in sheer eerie darkness for more adrenaline!
If you are feeling brave and looking for an out-of-the-ordinary but intensified kind of spookiness for this Halloween, the woods are calling out to you to seek your way to the creepy dark wild nature! It is THE place where forest spirits freely take the form of leafy trees as you stroll under invisible eyes that follow your every movement. Hear the leaves and creatures, dead or alive, whisper to each other before fading out at every owl’s cry. In other words, challenge yourself and your party to a …