Our family enjoyed Trinity Forest Adventure Park as a part of a blogger promotion. All opinions are my own.
We had so much fun at Trinity Forest Adventure Park! I can now cross zip line off of my bucket list. I have always thought zip lining looked like a blast. I had no idea this was available right here in the Dallas area!
TIP: Purchase your tickets ahead of time. A couple of times throughout the day I saw people hoping to “walk in” and while they do take walk ins you’re out of luck if the day is booked as it was when we were there.
TIP: Arrive at least a half hour before your scheduled tour time. We got there at the time our tour was supposed to start. First we had to stand in line to receive our wrist bands, even though we already had tickets. Then some of us needed a bathroom. By the time we arrived at the site we were about a half hour late.
TIP: If you have long hair bring your hair pulled back or something to put your hair back with. I missed that in the instructions and had to get creative to get all of our hair pulled back. Here is a full list of the rules and requirements.
TIP: Do not bring kids 5 and under or bring a friend or Grandma who would like to take them over to Southern Cross Ranch to play while you are on the Adventure Tour. We brought our boys and Trinity Forest was great about it, but one of us had to stay down and be with them while the rest were on the course. Since the tour is for four hour slots, Jason and I spent part of our time switching off watching the boys. We were only able to get in two courses each while others had time for four or five.
Joy was first. Those of you that know her probably just said, “Of course she was!” She had so much fun. I think she got through the most courses. I watched from the ground as the family very nervously began the easy course. The first one isn’t that high off the ground and there are several obstacles before arriving at the first zip line.
I had fun watching them and learning from the ground! The boys originally were disappointed that they weren’t going to be able to participate, but then when they saw the kids up high they didn’t want to anyway. They had fun exploring!
After our tour was over, we had a blast at Southern Cross Ranch…