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Posted on: May 17, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Go Ape Named One of the Best Aerial Adventure Parks

Go Ape man swinging on zipline

Go Ape has been nominated by a panel of family travel experts as one of the best aerial adventure parks in North America. The panel, developed by USA Today 10Best, has identified 20 aerial adventure operators across North America as the premier organizations within the industry.

USA Today readers are now able to place a daily vote to select their favorite aerial adventure park. Voting will continue through Monday, May 24 at noon. Votes can be placed once per day. The 10Best winners will be announced no later than Friday, June 4. Voting is taking place on the 10Best website:

There is a Go Ape location in James City County at Freedom Park, located at 5537 Centerville Road.

Go Ape has helped thousands of guests explore nature while stepping out of their comfort zone. With 14 locations in the US and various activities, Go Ape provides a “tree-mendous” experience for participants of all ages. Way more than just ziplines, Go Ape is an unparalleled adventure where guests can tackle dangling obstacles and explore the trees from a new perspective.

To vote for Go Ape, please visit  

About Go Ape

Go Ape’s mission is to inspire everyone to live life adventurously while simultaneously advocating for social and environmental responsibility. Their partnerships with public park and forest preserve systems allow Go Ape to actively support this mission through revenue sharing and stewardship actions. Go Ape Zipline and Adventure Parks allow participants to explore their natural environment across a variety of outdoor activities.

Go Ape at Freedom Park is one of two Go Ape locations in Virginia. The Freedom Park location offers four options so adventure seekers of all ages and fitness levels can enjoy a unique outdoor experience. With activities from 15 minutes to three hours in length, visitors can choose how they want to live life adventurously.

For more information, please visit the Go Ape website or Facebook page.

Go Ape Media Contact:
Jason Budden, Chief Operating Officer

James City County Media Contact:
Laura Messer, Tourism & Marketing Coordinator


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