Go Ape at Oak Point Park

Go Ape

Updated: 6/6/22

The first Go Ape treetop adventure course (zip lines, obstacles and more) in Texas is just minutes from historic downtown Plano in Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve. This vast area of natural beauty sits on 800 acres, providing visitors with breath-taking opportunities for hiking, scenic walks, exploration and other outdoor activities.

Go Ape was also recently selected as one of the top aerial adventure parks in North America. USA Today, through their 10Best Awards, initially worked with a panel of family travel experts to nominate the top 20 aerial adventure operators across North America. When the votes were all tallied and the final results announced, Go Ape Zipline & Adventure Park was ranked in the top 5 best aerial adventure operators in North America for the 2nd year running.

Go Ape

Go Ape’s mission is to inspire everyone to live life adventurously while simultaneously advocating for social and environmental responsibility. More than just a canopy tour, the Go Ape Oak Point Park course is made up of numerous rope ladders and 39 exciting crossings; including the Pirates Crossing, Fisherman’s Trap, Bosun’s Chair, 2 Tarzan swings and 5 zip lines. Overall, there are 5 individual sections within the course. Each section takes you higher into the forest canopy, finishing with a zip line experience that is undeniably the highlight of this outdoor treetop adventure!

Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve

Spend a day at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve to enjoy all the park has to offer. Before or after your Go Ape adventure, check out the park’s 3.5 miles of concrete trails and 5 miles of soft surface trails located along Rowlett Creek. The park’s 2,000 person amphitheater hosts outdoor concerts and festivals throughout the year, and the Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center is a great resource for interactive nature exhibits and meeting/rental space.

For more information on Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve or to reserve indoor space before or after your adventure, click here
For FAQs on Go Ape Zip Line & Treetop Adventure, click here.

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