As its slogan promises, play, learn and grow alongside friends and family on the ropes courses in Woodinville’s popular aerial adventure park.
Swing, zip line, climb and play all day at Adventura Aerial Adventure Park. Relive your elementary school recess days at Woodinville’s adventure park. Enjoy the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, participate in team building activities and have a great deal of fun while doing it.
Clip into your safety harness and embark on the aerial adventure park’s fun challenges. Be prepared to get physical. Balance, climb, swing and even jump out of your comfort zone at heights up to 50 feet (15 meters) above ground. Traverse rope loop bridges, cargo nets, swings and more. At the end, glide out of the course via a zip line.
Participate in one of Adventura Aerial Adventure Park’s two activities. Playday, a 2.5-hour session of climbing on the Adventure Course, is open to visitors age 10 and up. Playdate is a more rigorous 2.5-hour session, open to adults over the age of 21.
Business groups are invited to book one of Adventura Aerial Adventure Park’s many corporate events. In the Build-A-Boat program, work with your team to build a watercraft that will actually carry you in a race over the water. In the Station Race, take part in performances with your team that will hone your communication skills. Play games on solid earth before traversing the adventure park’s heights in the Teamplay program.
Visit Adventura Aerial Adventure Park daily, rain or shine. Its Playday season runs April through October. Make your reservation before your planned visit. Be aware that the park usually sells out several weeks in advance.
When you’ve had enough sky-high hijinks at Adventura Aerial Adventure Park, explore the surrounding Hollywood neighborhood. Located in the heart of the Sammamish River Valley, this area boasts stunning nature mixed with a friendly small-town atmosphere. Dine in one of Woodinville’s many restaurants or sample wine from the area’s fabled vineyards. Downtown Seattle is less than 20 miles (30 kilometers) southwest.