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Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park – tickets, prices, zipline

Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park is a complete adventure destination, not just a zip line.

You can climb on treetop courses of varying difficulties and soar with Tarzan swings, nets, ropes, trapeze, etc. 

The challenging courses take you higher into the forest canopy, reaching the maximum height of 15 meters (50 feet) into the pine tree forest. 

The climax of the experience is the 130 meters (425 feet) long plunging zip line, an adrenalin rush you are sure to remember forever.

This article shares everything you must know before buying your Orlando Tree Trek tickets.

What to expect at Tree Trek Orlando

Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park is a 15-acre tree canopy with around 97 games or challenges for climbers of every level. 

Once you reach Tree Trek in Orlando, Florida, you first fill up and sign the waiver form.

Then you begin your brief group training session. 

During the session, you will get into your harness, and your guide will show you how to attach yourself to safety lines and how to attach yourself to a zip line. 

Once your guide deems that you can safely use your equipment, they lead you to your first course.

You can choose between the kids, juniors, or adult courses depending on your age and height. 

Booking your Tree Trek Orlando tickets in advance is better since it is a popular attraction.

Don’t want to try the courses?
Walking trails along the course allow you to walk and observe others as they use and progress through the courses.


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How to reach Tree Trek Adventure

Tree Trek Adventure in Orlando is near Walt Disney World Resort in Kissimmee, just off I-4 at Exit 60. 

Its address is 7625 Sinclair Rd. Kissimmee, Florida 34747. Get Directions

Tree Trek Orlando’s hours

Orlando Tree Trek opens at 8 am every day, including weekends and public holidays. 

Groups depart for the courses every 30 minutes. 

The last departure time of the day depends on the season, so we recommend online tickets because you can verify availability. 


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Best time to visit Tree Trek Orlando

The best time to visit and experience the zipline at Orlando Tree Trek is as soon as they open at 8 am. 

When you start early, the weather is pleasant, few people are ahead of you, and you can take your time going through the challenges. 

How long does Orlando Tree Trek take?

Most visitors take around three hours to complete the adult course at Tree Trek Adventure Park in Florida.

This includes a brief training session.

If you race through the challenges, you can finish the courses in 90 minutes as well, but why rush the fun. 


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Orlando Tree Trek tickets

To avoid last-minute disappointment or a long wait at the ticket counter, get your Orlando Tree Trek Adventure park tickets in advance.

Since groups start the courses every half hour, you must select your preferred time slot while booking these tickets. 

Immediately after purchase, the Tree Trek tickets get emailed to you, and you can show them on your mobile and get in. No need to take printouts!

These tickets get you access to the complete experience at the park.

You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.

Cost of tickets

Adult ticket (12+ years): $57
Youth ticket (9 to 11 years): $45
Child ticket (7 to 8 years): $35


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Courses at Tree Trek Orlando, Florida

Depending on their age and height, guests at the Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park qualify for different courses. 

For the safety of the guests, Tree Trek strictly imposes age, height, and weight restrictions.

All visitors must weigh 125 kg (275 pounds) or less to participate in the courses.

Climbers must have a 112 cms (44-inch) waist or smaller to use our required safety equipment.

Adult Courses

Guests older than 12 can participate in the more challenging Adult Courses at Tree Trek.

Even if they are older, the visitors must be able to reach their fingertips to a height of 180 cms (5 feet 11 inches) with their feet flat on the ground.

There are four adult courses – Green, Blue, Silver, Red, and the Giant Zipline.

Each course section is marked using a color-coded system indicating the challenge based on elevation and difficulty.

Green: Minimum Elevation/Minimum Skill

Blue: Medium Elevation/ Medium Skill

Silver: Advanced Elevation/Medium Skill

Red: Advanced Elevation/Advanced Skill

Junior Courses

Tree Trek Orlando’s Junior Course is for children aged 9 to 11 years. 

Kids who can get their fingertips to 175 cm (5 feet 9 inches) while keeping their feet flat on the ground qualify for the Junior Course.

There are three Junior courses – Green, Blue, Silver, and the Giant Zip line.

Green: Minimum Elevation/Minimum Skill

Blue: Medium Elevation/ Medium Skill

Silver: Advanced Elevation/Medium Skill

Kids Courses

Children must be a minimum of 6 years old to participate in the Yellow Course. 

The two special courses with 21 aerial challenges are designed for kids aged 6, 7, and 8 years.

For the kids to reach the safety lines and manage their way through the course, they must be able to get the tips of their fingers to a height of 140 cm (4 feet 7 inches) while keeping their feet flat on the ground.

An adult must stay with the child while they complete the course.

Adventurers must complete all courses in order. They can’t skip a course and move on to the other. 

However, if you want to give up the challenge, you can quit whenever you want. 

Guests are NOT allowed to repeat courses.

Excited? Book your Tree Trek Orlando tickets in advance to avoid last-minute disappointment. 


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What to wear for Tree Trek Orlando

You must dress up appropriately for the Tree Trek Adventure Park in Orlando for your safety.

The park officials enforce the dress code strictly for the same reason.

No open-toed shoes or slip-on shoes are allowed on the course. 

Guests must not wear loose baggy clothing or wrap shirts around their waist.

Guests with long hair must tie them at the back. 

The authorities encourage a no jewelry policy – especially necklaces or loose bracelets that can get caught in the equipment. 

The Tree Trek authorities can refuse access to the course if guests do not have appropriate clothing to meet their safety standards. 

Note: Climbing gloves are available for rent at $2 per person.


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Zip line at Orlando Tree Trek

Orlando Tree Trek offers one of the best zip lining experiences in Florida.

As you fly through the adrenaline-pumping zip lines over the treetops, you also feel the Florida breeze besides taking in fantastic views.

Orlando Tree Trek offers six thrilling ropes courses, and all of them have minor to medium zip lines.

However, the best zip lining experience at the Tree Trek Adventure Park is reserved for the last – when you zip down two giant 130 meters (425 feet) ziplines.

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