Marie Gandon

Go Ape Inspires Kids to Get Outside This Summer With #illbeoutside, Kids Go Free Day

Go Ape Treetop Adventure Offers Kids Go Free On June 27th

Frederick, Md. (June 20, 2016) — Go Ape, the nation’s leading zip line and treetop adventure course company, wants to encourage kids to get outside and have an adventure. On June 27, kids ages 15 and under will be free of charge at select course locations, when accompanied by an adult. Additionally, Go Ape will offer a full week of free of charge bookings for kids ages 15 and under at Go Ape’s Louisville. Ky. and New Britain, Ct. locations, from June 27 – July 1, 2016. Booking in advance is strongly recommended and spots are anticipated to fill up quickly.

“Summer was always the most exciting time when I was a kid, when I would spend almost all my time outside hiking, swimming, or just playing around my neighborhood,” said Dan D’Agostino, Go Ape USA Managing Director. “We want to make sure kids today have those same outdoor adventure opportunities. We are launching #illbeoutside to inspire kids and parents to head outdoors and create amazing memories together.”

Go Ape offers fifteen locations around the country, eleven of which will be a part of the Kids Go Free Day on June 27, 2016. Kids Go Free course locations include:

Kids Go Free Day (June 27, 2016)
Promo Code: 2016KidsGoFree

  •          Bear, Delaware (Lums Pond State Park)
  •          Indianapolis, Indiana (Eagle Creek Park)
  •          Rockville, Maryland (Rock Creek Regional Park)
  •          St. Louis, Missouri (Creve Coeur Park)
  •          Cleveland, Ohio (Mill Stream Run)
  •          Pittsburg, Pennsylvania (North Park)
  •          Raleigh, North Carolina (Blue Jay Point County Park)
  •          North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex)
  •          Memphis, Tennessee (Shelby Farms Park)

The following two Go Ape courses will offer Kids Go Free June 27 through July 1:

Kids Go Free Week (June 27 – July 1, 2016)
Promo Code: 2016KidsGoFree5

  •          Louisville, Kentucky (Jefferson Memorial Forest)
  •          New Britain, Connecticut (A.W. Stanley Park)

“Inspiring kids and parents to get outside is a key part of Go Ape’s mission,” added D’Agostino. “We partner with public parks in an effort to create more outdoor recreation opportunities accessible for communities around the country.”

Kids Go Free Day and Kids Go Free Week is first-come-first-served. Go Ape recommends that guests reserve their time in advance to ensure they can take full advantage of their time on the course.