TreeRunner Grand Rapids Adventure Park is a premier outdoor adventure park in West Michigan. With over 60 exciting obstacles and zip lines, three difficulty levels, and seven different courses, there is plenty to explore! Keep in mind that we also have a Junior Park for kids designed for ages 4 to 7.
We want you to experience our unique course in the trees on your own, or with friends and family! This is the perfect outdoor adventure for birthday parties, team building, school field trips, and special events. Really, there’s no wrong time to come visit us at TreeRunner Grand Rapids Adventure Park!
About TreeRunner Parks
In 2015, a team of Michigan entrepreneurs founded TreeRunner Parks. Their current holdings include three locations in Michigan and one in North Carolina. The fourth location was opened in June of 2019 on the campus of Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.
What is an Aerial Adventure Park?
Originating in Europe, Aerial Adventure Courses have recently emerged as a new and unique outlet for outdoor recreation in the United States. Individuals, families, and groups can come and enjoy obstacle courses of various degrees of difficulty, while being suspended in the tree canopy. Different types of obstacles, such as zip lines, barrels, cargo nets, and bridges, are connected between platforms constructed around trees, in a sustainable manner. Held to the rigorous standards put forth by the Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) and the American Standard for Testing and Materials (ASTM), your safety is our greatest priority. We use a self-guided continuous belay system that maximizes safety while climbing.
Family Fun in Grand Rapids
Our parks provide an experience that families can enjoy together. With various difficulty levels, courses, and elements, there is something for all ages, stages, and ability levels to enjoy. No prior climbing experience is necessary! Our obstacles at our Grand Rapids outdoor adventure park are designed to challenge you both mentally and physically. With our newly added Junior Park, kids as young as 4 years old are able to enjoy the thrill of climbing through the trees.
Eco-Friendly Tourism and Outdoor Recreation
Ecotourism has emerged as a new category of outdoor recreation that focuses on sustainability, personal growth, and environmental education. Not only does it emphasize the importance of environmental awareness, it also promotes positive community impact and development.