TAP Play Safe Guidelines
Treetop Adventure Park is now open daily, and we have implemented new protocols to provide a safe experience for our guests and employees. These enhanced health and safety measures are based on recommendations and guidance from the CDC and local health agencies.
Your Treetop Adventure Park experience might look a little different with these new measures, and we appreciate your patience and cooperation as we navigate this ever-changing situation together.
Our Play Safe Protocols
Social Distancing – Guests are guided by signs and verbal instructions from guides to stay at least six feet from others and limit interactions with those who are not in their party. Visual cues are provided to assist guests with social distancing practices.
Cleaning and Sanitation – There is enhanced cleaning and sanitation measures, including high touch points, throughout the day.
Promote Hand Hygiene & Respiratory Etiquette – Additional hand sanitizing stations are placed throughout the park, and signs are placed to encourage all employees and guests to wash their hands often and cover their coughs and sneezes.
Daily Wellness Checks – Team members undergo a verbal and temperature screening upon arrival each day. Team members are sent home if their temperature exceeds 100.4 degrees.
Park Capacity – The number of guests admitted each day is limited. It is strongly encouraged to purchase tickets online and select a date and time to minimize interactions during the park entry experience.
Face Masks – Team members are required to wear a face covering in virtually every area of the park. Guests are recommended to wear face coverings.
Social Distancing – Please remember that social distancing is a shared responsibility between our guests and the park. We provide guidance, but we count on our guests to follow this guidance in order to maintain the safest conditions for all guests and staff members. Maintain at least 6 feet of distance between parties of guests.
Face Coverings – Guests are recommended to wear face coverings especially in areas where it is difficult to maintain 6 feet of distance, but it is not mandatory.
Practice Healthy Habits – Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially before eating and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. Cough or sneeze into your bent elbow, or, ideally, cover with a tissue then throw the tissue in the trash.
We look forward to seeing you zip through the trees again!