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Go Ape Opens for the Season on March 6

JAMES CITY-Go Ape Treetop Adventure will reopen for the season on March 6.

Go Ape, which is located within Freedom Park, offers four options for thrill seekers of all ages and fitness levels. Activities for guests to Go Ape include a treetop adventure with a 600 ft. zipline and 37 obstacles; a treetop journey with a 100 ft. zipline and 30 obstacles; ax throwing; and a Monkey Drop, a 10 ft. freefall from a 40 ft. platform.

Age, height, and weight restrictions may apply for certain activities.  Full finger gloves and face coverings are required. Reservations are also encouraged. For more information, visit

www.goape.com/location/virginia-williamsburg.

Age, height, and weight restrictions may apply for certain activities.  Full finger gloves and face coverings are required. Reservations are also encouraged. For more information, visit

www.goape.com/location/virginia-williamsburg.

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