Take your kids on an unforgettable aerial adventure that is sure to engage, exhilarate, and challenge!
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- Children naturally know how to climb and scramble across obstacles, and our kid’s course will give them the practice of managing their own safety lines and movement while honing their physical skills
- Begin the session with a safety demonstration and brief training on how to use equipment
- Then, let the treetop adventure begin as you navigate through 20 different obstacles and challenges, including zip lines, cargo nets, wobbly bridges, and more!
- Course is for ages 7-11
- Guardians must attend the training session (without equipment) along with the child and learn what to watch for in order to supervise the children in their care
- Adults cannot go on to the kid’s course, but can supervise from the ground
Aug 26, 2019
After going there 2 other times with my other grandchildren and having a terrific, safe time, we went with another set of grandchildren. This time we had no real guide along the course but the two young girls- one was the owner’s daughter and the other her girlfriend which the owner called “ ambassadors”(11&12 year olds). Ron, the owner showed our grandchildren the initial teaching course and left out part of it. ( which was being demonstrated to an incoming adult group by guides as we were leaving). When my husband questioned Ron, he said that our grandchildren (7&9yrs old) seemed confident enough and that kids take instructions better from other kids. He stayed on the ground while our grandchildren did their first run and left the ambassadors in charge while he went to the office. On their second run, these “ambassadors” of CFE did not pay attention, wiggled the lines as our grandchildren did their run and as time wore on, left us to work with the grandchildren. However, at our previous times there with other grandchildren, the guide stayed up on the course and helped out whenever one of them was having trouble or problems. In contrast, these “ambassadors” had water bottle fights and slammed into each other on the zipline for fun! Apparently they didn’t know the all clear ground rule. As our grandson was getting off the zipline pad he fell from the ladder, getting a foot long scrape on his leg and butt and scared the heck out of him. We all struggled to get him out of the harness as he was still hanging there crying and hurt. The friend “ambassador” ran to get Ron. He arrived without any first aid equipment, I might add. Our other granddaughter was on the course and neither of the “ambassadors”accompanied her back. I had to walk under her to help her and remind her use the locking devices. We will never be back there due to the casual attitude of the owner & his unprofessional response to the accident. Our grandson was very scared, hurt and has a nasty black and blue. Rons question to us after this accident was, “What can I do to make this better?” I find it hard to believe that they can run this place so casually. I would have thought that there are county regulations / guidelines regarding this type of recreational equipment.
Jan 21, 2019
What a great place! I took my 9 yr old for his first experience on a course like this. He was extremely excited and cant wait to go back. The entire staff was very patient, encouraging, and a pleasure to work with. I will highly recommend and we definitely will be back!
Meeting location:  1571 Neils Eddy Rd
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