New Trail Construction at The Adventure Park at Long Island
By The Adventure Park Team
We’re quickly getting ready for our 2021 season opening on March 26 with not 1… not 2… but THREE new trails at The Adventure Park at Long Island.
Our team has been hard at work with the construction of our new yellow, green and blue trails, braving the snow and cold to complete the build for opening day.
These new trails will add 42 new challenges and 4 new ziplines to the Park, for a total of 14 trails, 185 challenges and 26 ziplines.
Sneak preview of our new trails
Let’s take a Peek Inside the Park with our founder/CEO Bahaman Azarm, who shares the details behind these exciting new trails. Here’s the latest scoop on our build with a sneak preview of the new trails:
Green Trail: Jungle Pass
The new green trail is the next level of adventure with many unique elements, including a challenge called the Bridge of Connecticut where participants traverse a tightwire while pushing through hanging challenges. It’s got a cool rolling element and more!
Blue Trail: Tidal Wave
This blue trail is a bit more challenging course that requires more agility, good balance, and some strength. The trail is a bit more advanced than existing blue trails for those that want an extra challenge. This trail also has one of the longest zipline in the park at almost 200 feet.
Yellow Trail: Goldfinch
This is a yellow trail designed for beginners 7+, though it’s anything but easy. Even the yellow trails will challenge your skills and give you a sense of accomplishment. Lifelines are a little shorter to allow smaller children to do the course on their own. We’ve made the course a little longer with elements that no other Park has. Check out the video to hear more.
Want to check out these new trails and the rest of our Long Island adventure park?
Visit our Long Island page to learn more and book your adventure.
Behind the scenes with our construction crew
Ever wonder what goes into building a trail at The Adventure Park? Check out this video from our Construction Manager, Jon Murphy, as he shares the inside scoop on the construction process and how the Park’s trails come together.