BRING Go Ape TO YOUR PARK!
Go Ape has partnered exclusively with public park systems since launching our first course back in 2010. Our fundamental mission at Go Ape is to inspire people to live life adventurously.
A private sector partnership with Go Ape offers partners the opportunity to increase park visitor numbers, create local jobs and provides a revenue source, with no incurred expense for the parks. By working with public parks systems across the country, we’re able to provide unique, close to home adventure experiences to bring in new audiences with an appetite for the outdoors.
Since launching in 2010, we have generated over $645K in revenue for our partners.
“Go Ape has provided an exciting new recreational opportunity to the visitors of Eagle Creek Park, while fitting seamlessly into the park surroundings.”
Jen Pitman, Deputy Director
Indy Parks and Recreation
“The healthy benefits of participating in this family oriented activity is consistent with the mission of our department and the economic impact of Go Ape is also a plus.”
John Carnifax, Director
James City Co. Department of Parks and Recreation
Partner with Go Ape
Create Local Jobs
With each course we create 15 to 18 new local outdoor adventure jobs.
Go Ape fully indemnifies our partners of any liability with an insurance policy that is 10 times the industry standard.
We maintain a limited, non-exclusive footprint of only 5 to 10 forested acres and less than 1 acre of ground space.
Increase Unique Visitors
Go Ape has attracted more than 90% new visitors to some course locations.
Benefits to the community
Creation of native species habitats
We've built bird houses and more for the local fauna to thrive.
National Live Life Adventurously Day
Our annual National Live Life Adventurously Day encourages outdoor recreation and gives back to a non-profit organization.
Park and lake cleanups
We participate in stewardship activities at all of our course locations.
We remove non-native invasive species and re-plant native flora.
“Partnering with Go Ape has allowed M-NCPPC Montgomery Parks to add a new recreational opportunity for park visitors – at no cost to the taxpayer – and increased public awareness of the other activities in Rock Creek Regional Park.”
Mary R. Bradford, Former Director
M-NCPPC, Montgomery County Parks