TreeUmph! Adventure Course Checked Off Some of Its Wish List Items to Serve Guests Better
From new games to stuffed burgers, this aerial obstacle course has more to offer than just ziplines
“My favorite change in 2016 is our two new games. They are exciting and challenging, and they add more options for guests to move through the courses at their own speed,” said Jason Pitsas, operations manager at TreeUmph! Adventure Course. TreeUmph! has added two “Rock Poles,” two 30 foot poles with climbing holds, similar to a climbing wall that form a demanding, but exhilarating, path to the top of its Ascend Course. The most recently completed project at the park is a 7-foot-tall traverse wall that acts as a ladder up to the Scramble Course. These unique climbing challenges make the adventure courses more exciting from the first step off the ground.
Due to an increase in thrill-seeking park visitors, TreeUmph! didn’t have much of a choice when it came to building a second parking lot to accommodate up to 50 more cars. “I guess it’s a good problem to have,” said park owner Aaron Corr, “to outgrow your original plan!”
Knowing that climbing on the challenge courses works up quite an appetite, TreeUmph! partnered with Full Belly Stuffed Burgers to have a food truck at the park on weekends and holidays. Fully Belly offers a range of options from Chicken Salad Wraps to their famous “World’s Best Stuffed Burgers,” and everyone’s favorite- Sweet Potato Tots. With the addition of new games, more parking, and delicious food, TreeUmph! knew they would have to be prepared for more reservations than ever. In an effort to make the booking process even easier for their last-minute guests, TreeUmph! introduced a brand-new reservation system that allows electronic waiver submissions and same day reservations. The system is focused on being mobile friendly, and easier than ever, so that guests can quickly book their adventure.
TreeUmph! Adventure Course knows that their guests have some of the best ideas for improvement, and this year they checked off some major items on the wish list. It’s almost like Santa was involved. To learn more about TreeUmph! Adventure Course visit TreeUmph.com