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Playing amongst the trees

By Robin Van Der Vleuten

Treetop Eco-Adventure Park, an elevated obstacle and zip-lining treetop course located in the Durham Region on the Oak Ridges Moraine, is introducing a new attraction this summer called iBOUNCE! iBOUNCE is an outdoor interactive trampoline net park high in the trees, some on poles, with one net over forty feet off the ground. Participants can experience nature and see amazing views as they bounce high in the air.

At Treetop Eco-Adventure Park, they use the highest quality and above industry-standard safety equipment. For zipline adventures, participants are equipped with a sit harness, chest harness and a helmet. iBOUNCE trampolines are engineered for maximum bounce and safety, constructed by a world-class construction company they have used since they started Treetop Eco-Adventure Park. “The pathways between them will incorporate some high rope elements, like rope swings and tight ropes where you are completely encased, so you do not need a harness or anything as you just fall onto the net. People can experience this with the safety of the netting.” stated Tyler Richards.

There will be five different iBOUNCE trampolines, like a modular system, with the potential to add more. Tyler Richards also points out a great thing with the iBOUNCE is you only ‘Pay If You Play.’ You can enter the trampoline zone to accompany a guest free, without playing. Play time is 90 minutes.

iBOUNCE currently is for ages nine and up. Children 16 years of age and younger, must be accompanied by an adult (at no charge, if not playing). They are looking at the potential of having specialty days where children from the ages of five to eight can participate but will be required to have their parents accompany them.

iBOUNCE will be available to participants starting at its grand opening on July 11th.

Treetop Eco-Adventure Park is an independent family-owned business by the Richards family since 2012. Participants can partake in High Rope Courses and the nine Zip Lines, which the Richard family has been running for the last decade and a half. Obstacles courses are in the trees, and the zip lines are inside the obstacle courses that entail rope bridges, tight ropes, swings and floating logs, and some cargo nets.

At Treetop Eco-Adventure Park, there truly is something for everyone. They believe in inclusion and try to accommodate people with disabilities. Tyler Richard said, “The best part is seeing kids overcome their fear, especially people with Autism and other special needs.” Treetop Eco-Adventure Park offers different specialty packages for schools, summer camps, birthday parties, and corporate groups. For more information, visit their website:

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