Kids Course - Nashville Shores


Kids Course

Designed for Kids Ages 7 - 9

Children naturally know how to climb and scramble across obstacles, and our kids course gives them the practice of managing their own safety lines and movement while honing their physical skills. Unlike the full course for the adults, kids on our Yellow course can do up to two full loops of the course.

This course is designed for children ages 7 to 9. Parents and observers can use the areas along the course that will allow you to walk and observe your child/children as they progress through the course.

The course is not designed for adult use, but you can get some great pictures watching the kids from the ground!

Adults Course   Juniors Course

The Details

  • A parent or legal guardian is required to fill out a waiver form for each child using the course.
  • To be allowed entry, children must be at least 7 years of age.
  • As well, in order to be able to reach the safety lines and manage their passage through the course, each Child is required to be able to reach the tips of the fingers to a height of 4'7" while keeping their feet flat on the ground.
  • An adult guardian is required to supervise children in his/her care. The supervising adult must be on the ground when the child is on the course.
  • Guardians must use the areas along the course that allow tracking and observation of children from below as they progress through the course.
  • For the price of admission on the YELLOW Children’s Course, children can adventure through the entire course two times.

How Does It Work?

Each child is scheduled into a brief group training session that lasts up to a half an hour. At the training session, the child will be fitted into a harness and Treetop Adventure Park guides will show the child how to remain attached to safety lines and how to use the “child sized” zip lines. Once the child demonstrates that he/she can appropriately use the equipment, he/she will be able to proceed onto the YELLOW course, supervised by the parent (or an adult standing in on the parent's behalf) from the ground.

Guardians must attend the training session (without equipment) along with the child and learn what to watch for in order to supervise the children in their care (don't worry, it’s very straight forward).