North Park – Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaNear Pittsburgh
991 Tennis Court Road, Allison Park, PA 15101
Go Ape’s first treetop adventure course (zip lines, obstacles and more!) in Pennsylvania is just minutes from downtown Pittsburgh in North Park. North Park, located within McCandless, Hampton and Pine Townships, is the largest and one of the most scenic of Allegheny County’s nine parks.
Go Ape North Park is set within a gorgeous pine forest, overlooking the park’s 63 acre lake. More than just a canopy tour, the course is made up of numerous rope ladders, 41 exciting crossings to include the Double Stirrups, Bosun’s Chair, Flying Carpet and Spider’s Web, 2 Tarzan swings and 5 zip lines. New for the USA, North Park will have two brand new “challenging” obstacles, the Pirate Crossing and Chantemerle Bridge. Don’t worry; if you’re not up for the challenge, there are bypass routes throughout the course. Overall, there are 5 individual sections within the course, each section taking you higher into the forest canopy and finishing with a zip line more exciting than the previous one! Zip Line #3 and #4 are both well over 400 feet and the entire course consists of over 1,400 feet worth of zip lines!
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Spend a day at North Park and you’ll probably only discover a fraction of what the park has to offer. Before or after your Go Ape adventure, be sure to check out the park’s; golf course, boathouse, ice skating rink, swimming pool, tennis courts, fishing lake, ball fields, horesehoe pits, playgrounds, shelters / rental buildings, nature center, mountain biking and an assortment of walking, jogging and hiking trails.
Our zip lines are conveniently located just 22 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | 1 hour from Youngstown, Ohio | 1 hour 15 minutes from Wheeling, West Virginia | 1 hour 30 minutes from Morgantown, West Virginia | 1 hour 45 minutes from Akron, Ohio
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Here are our Tree Top Adventure stats for Go Ape North Park – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
- Number of sections 5
- Longest Zip Wire 440 feet
- Longest Crossing 60 feet
- Total Length 2,631 feet
- Number of Crossings 41
- Highest Point 40 feet
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North Park, 991 Tennis Court Road, Allison Park, Pennsylvania 15101
GPS Coordinates: 40.605970, -80.011158
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Go Ape is located within North Park, in the northern area of Allegheny County and is 13 miles north of downtown Pittsburgh. Within North Park, Go Ape can be found between the Boathouse and tennis courts along North Park Lake.
From Pittsburgh, head north on Route 19, turn right/East onto Ingomar Road/Yellow Belt, left at Babcock Boulevard and left at Pierce Mill Road. Go Ape is just past the Boathouse on Pierce Mill Road, located on the right. If you reach the tennis courts (on your right), you have gone too far. Parking can be found along Pierce Mill Road or near the Boathouse.
PLEASE NOTE: Pearce Mill Road is blocked at the intersection of Rt. 910.
To get to Go Ape and navigate this detour at Pearce Mill Road and 910, please follow the directions below
- If heading south bound on Pearce Mill, turn right onto Rt 910 from Pearce Mill Road
- Follow Rt 910 to Babcock Blvd, then turn right onto Babcock Blvd
- Take Babcock Blvd to Pearce Mill, then turn right onto Pearce Mill Road and follow signs for the boathouse / tennis courts
- If heading east on Rt 910, follow Rt 910 to Babcock Blvd, turn right onto Babcock Blvd
- Take Babcock Blvd to Pearce Mill Road, turn right onto Pearce Mill Road and follow signs for the boathouse / tennis courts
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