Do Seasons Impact Tree to Tree Adventures?
Imagine swinging through the trees on your next vacation with the sun shining warm on your face as it filters through the forest canopy. Now imagine it’s the middle of December. At Orlando Tree Trek, this isn’t just an awesome dream!
One of the best things about Tree Trek is that we’re located right in the heart of the Sunshine State, so conditions are almost always ideal for your outdoor adventures in Florida.
Even so, all native Floridians know the weather can change at the drop of a hat—so the seasons could impact your treetop trek. While you’re likely going to be able to soak in plenty of vitamin C on our ropes course no matter the time of year, there are a few things to consider.
In the summer, Florida weather can get hot and humid, so guests at Tree Trek might consider tackling our rope adventure park earlier in the day to beat the heat. While we climb rain or shine, thunder and lightning can close our obstacle course, so be aware that the summer’s afternoon storms might affect your tree to tree adventures. Of course, when there’s a threat of severe weather, such as during Florida’s hurricane season, the rope park might be periodically closed for the safety of our guests and staff.
The weather isn’t the only season to consider. Orlando has a thriving tourism industry, and attractions and accommodations often follow that calendar to best cater to the many visitors. Our tree to tree adventure park is open seven days a week during these peak times, especially around holidays and throughout the summer. At other times, the park periodically closes on Mondays and Tuesdays, so make sure to check our online booking system or just give us a call to ensure availability for your chance to zipline Orlando.
One of the best parts about visiting or living in Florida is the chance to get outside any time of year. Orlando Tree Trek allows you to do just that, while making amazing memories. With just a few considerations, you should be able to book the perfect visit to zipline Florida—and you’ll leave with stories to tell you friends all year long.