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Enjoy fantastic aerial views
Popular choice with kids
Choice of several departures throughout the day
All necessary equipment included
Enjoy an affordable outdoor activity, where adrenaline-filled experiences lead to laughter and great memories at WildPlay Nanaimo.
Face the challenge and discover the excitement of suspended aerial obstacle games and zip lines. Kids Adventure Course is a suspended course up to 10 feet (three meters) high. It features approximately a dozen games and zip lines, created specifically for young guests to move independently and comfortably through the trees.
Kids Adventure Course uses a continuous-belay system. This makes the self-paced, self-guided experience available to children from ages five to 12. The equipment keeps guests attached to the lifeline at all times while they figure out how to navigate the course and equipment on their own. It's the 'monkey-see, monkey-do' part of the Adventure Course experience.
Show up ready for fun. All the necessary equipment is provided and ready to use.
GST (Goods and Services Tax)
Food and drinks available on site, not included
Transportation to/from attractions
Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
Kids Adventure Course Requirements:
Minimum age: five years old (maximum age 12)
Minimum height: 3’ 9” (114cm)
45-to-90 minutes to complete
Online waiver signed by parent/legal guardian is required for each child guest
Chaperone requirements: a responsible adult must accompany kids ages 13 and younger on site
Maximum harness size: 45 inches (114 centimeters) waist; 26 inches (66 centimeters) leg
Maximum weight: 300 pounds (136 kilograms)
Wear sturdy, closed-toed shoes (no flip-flops), and close-fitting clothing appropriate for the weather
Long hair must be tied back
Adult pricing applies to all travelers
Wheelchair accessible, please advise at time of booking if wheelchair assistance is required
10 minutes south of downtown Nanaimo along the Nanaimo River