North Myrtle Beach, SC

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North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex - 150 Citizens Circle, Little River, SC 29566

South Carolina (North Myrtle Beach)

So much more than a simple zip line canopy tour, Go Ape at North Myrtle Beach is a fully immersive outdoor experience. Go Ape features 5 action packed treetop obstacle course sections, leading you higher into the forest canopy. Guests will navigate 40 exciting crossings like, the Spiders Web, Zigzag Bridge, 2 Tarzan swings and 5 exhilarating zip lines, some taking your right over the water! When you Go Ape you get an outdoor adventure worth talking about!

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Park Amenities

South Carolina (North Myrtle Beach)

  • Treetop Adventure
  • Treetop Junior
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Treetop Adventure

If you’re ready for a totally unique outdoor experience, its time to Go Ape! Way more than just zip lines, Go Ape is a 2-3-hour journey through the forest canopy as you take on suspended obstacles, Tarzan swings and breathtaking zip lines – all with an incredible view.

Take a look at what’s involved:

Price:

Baboon (10-15)

$38

Gorilla (18+)

$58

Orangutan (16-17)

$58

Restrictions

Minimum Age

10 years

Minimum Height

4 ft 7 in

(55 inches)

Maximum Weight

285 lbs

(subject to harness fit)

Supervision Ratios

Supervisor

Gorilla

(18+)

+

Supervisee Supervisee

Baboon

(10-15)

One participating adult (18+) is required to supervise up to two 10-15 year olds. Participating adults may not supervise from the ground. *** 16 and 17 year olds do not require a participating adult. They require a waiver signed by either their legal guardian or an adult (18+) who has obtained permission from their legal guardian.

Know Before You Go

Can I participate if I am afraid of heights?

If you are worried about your knees knocking and your arms trembling, you are not alone. Turns out Go Ape is a fantastic way to overcome your fears! We are extremely proud to have helped many of our guests conquer their fear of heights. Why not give it a try? Don't let a fear of heights get in the way of an awesome new experience.

Know Before You Go

  • Change for parking
  • Wear closed toe, closed heel flat shoes
  • Sensible clothes for adventure
  • Bring Gloves, or buy them on the day if it's cold

Longest Zip

918

ft

Highest Platform

60

ft

Longest Crossing

63

ft

Total Length

3534

ft

Treetop Junior

Go Ape Treetop Junior courses offer a 1 to 1.5 hour outdoor experience designed specifically for those young adventurers in your tribe. Go Ape Treetop Junior courses utilize an easy to use safety system that will keep your young adventurers safe while they focus on having fun! Made up of 20 obstacles and 2 zip lines, our Junior courses are packed with excitement, delivering offers a treetop experience that will leave lasting memories.

Take a look at what’s involved:

Price:

Adults (18+)

$28

Child (under 6)

$28

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Restrictions

Minimum Age

All Ages

Minimum Height

3 ft 3 in

(39 inches)

Maximum Weight

285 lbs

(subject to harness fit)

Supervision Ratios

Supervisor

Adult

(18+)

+

Supervisee Supervisee

Child

(under 6)

An adult (18+) must participate to supervise every two children under 6 years old on the course. Participating adults may not supervise from the ground.

Supervisor

Adult

(18+)

+

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Junior

(6-17)

One adult (18+) is required to supervise up to eight 6 - 17 year olds. The supervising adult may either participate on the course (paying) or supervise from the ground (no charge).

Know Before You Go

Can I participate if I am afraid of heights?

If you are worried about your knees knocking and your arms trembling, you are not alone. Turns out Go Ape is a fantastic way to overcome your fears! We are extremely proud to have helped many of our guests conquer their fear of heights. Why not give it a try? Don't let a fear of heights get in the way of an awesome new experience.

Know Before You Go

  • Change for parking
  • Wear closed toe, flat shoes

Longest Zip

145

ft

Highest Platform

26

ft

Longest Crossing

50

ft

Total Length

936

ft

Latest Reviews

Michele

Treetop Adventure, Virginia Williamsburg

28th August 2016

Great experience and what a great workout! The obstacle course was great and the best part is the ziplining across the woods, the Tarzan course was the most memorable and takes your breath away.

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Andrew

Treetop Adventure, Tennessee Memphis

27th August 2016

The Tarzan swing was awesome and I really liked the zip lines

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Sherri

Treetop Adventure, North Carolina Raleigh

27th August 2016

Bonus experience! We had a thunder delay, and some of the the guides came out to the parking lot and invited the guests who were waiting it out to toss a rugby ball around with them. So, treetop adventure, PLUS we learned how to throw a rugby ball!

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Derek

Treetop Adventure, Virginia Williamsburg

27th August 2016

Our instructor was awesome. The hanging ropes with the rings on the end were very cool.

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Dawn

Treetop Adventure, Illinois Chicago

27th August 2016

I celebrated my 45th birthday at GoApe with my 2 teenage boys. We all have the best time!! The staff was so friendly and courteous. Our guide, Danny, was wonderful!! We will be back!

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Emily

Treetop Adventure, Tennessee Memphis

27th August 2016

Go Ape Memphis is a fun and exciting adventure for friends or corporate team building events! The staff is incredibly lnowledgable and friendly! This was my 2nd time at this location and I would recommend to others to join in the high intensity fun!

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Erika

Treetop Junior, North Carolina Raleigh

27th August 2016

I took 6 kids through the Junior course and it was amazing. The staff were great, the course was just right and the kids had an AWESOME time. They were excited when they completed the first loop and their confidence grew each time they went through the course. The junior course is such a great idea! It was a terrific experience all around.

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Clayton

Treetop Adventure, Illinois Chicago

27th August 2016

It was an awesome experience full treetop adventure! Any adventure in my book is a good adventure but Go Ape definitely had an awesome setup that was very fun to navigate! The only thing I would recommend to others is to have a pair of climbers gloves to wear throughout the course because it the ropes do get tough on the hands after awhile. Overall, Go Ape was a blast!

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Annmarie

Treetop Adventure, Illinois Chicago

27th August 2016

While I had a fun time, I was constantly stressed about the safety situation. There was no supervision by staff to make sure we were hooked in correctly except for in the first course. I did not think that I should have to go before my daughter, once I've gone there was no way to go back and assist her or to make sure she was safe before she went in the zip line. Tragically, I had these feelings and the next day I learned someone died at one of your sites. You need to seriously reevaluate your safety procedures. I would not go back due to your lack of precautions.

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Cydney

Treetop Adventure, Connecticut New Britain

27th August 2016

The staff was absolutely fantastic! I got stuck on course 4 and without hesitation the worker (I can't remember his name but he had a tattoo on his leg and was wearing black high top converse) came to my rescue and calmed me down. He turned what could have been a nightmare into a funny expierence! Great place for a fun afternoon!

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Court

Treetop Adventure, Ohio Cleveland

27th August 2016

Great fun and especially like being trusted with my safety. Actually much more enjoyable (and safe I believe) to put safety in the hands of the ones experiencing the adventure. Good physical challenges with choices if you want to go easier.

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Bill

Treetop Adventure, Illinois Chicago

27th August 2016

I was very disturbed by the direction I got from the staff at the swing into the cargo net. I had gotten out of order, carabiner was on the cable and I had just removed the pulley and latching mechanism and attached it to my harness. With out checking what was and was not attached I was directed by the staff member on the ground to unhook my carabiner and connect to the swing line. This would have left me completely unattached as I leaned out to hook my carabiner into the swing line and connect the swing line carabiner to my harness. I asked them if there we really wanted me to remove my last point of connection and at that point the changed their direction. I really feel that you need to do better training of the staff especially at the only point in the course in which I saw the potential for the participant to accidentally disconnect all connections to cables or support lines while elevated. I have done a number of high cope programs while I was very impressed with the cable system that dramatically limit the ability of a participant to detach themselves from the cable system, there is one location at the Chicago course that I noticed in which this can occur and staff needs to be more focused on directions to the participants in this area.

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