Pittsburgh June 30, 2017
6 Amazing Treetop Adventures You Can Only Have In Pittsburgh
Relive those childhood summers. Carefree. Endless. Playing or even just wishing for a treehouse. Add to the pages of your summer memories when you dine and play among the trees on these amazing treetop adventures in Pittsburgh.
1. Gateway Lodge Restaurant – 14870 PA-36, Cooksburg, PA 16217
Take a leisurely drive to Gateway Lodge Restaurant near Cook Forest. Snuggled among the trees, the forest restaurant looks more like a rustic log cabin, complete with a charming fireplace. Relax with a glass of wine as you decide what entree to order, from such delectable options as salmon and crab cakes followed by a mouthwatering dessert of winter spice cake or sugar donuts.
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2. Tree Tops Restaurant – 187 Evergreen Lane, Acme, PA 15610
Enjoy the sun rays that poke through the canopy of trees that overlooks the deck at Tree Tops Restaurant. The enchanted restaurant, sat on Evergreen Lake, features a delectable menu that appeals to all tastes: from carnivores to vegans and vegetarians and serves both lunch and dinner.
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3. Go Ape Adventure Park – 991 Tennis Court Road, Allison Park, PA 15101
Slip on your most comfortable shoes and play among the trees at Go Ape North Park. The obstacle course, broken into five different sections, features 41 crossings, with the longest zipline coming in at 400 feet. Plan to spend at least two to three hours completing the entire course.
Plan your visit to Go Ape.
4. Nemacolin Woodlands Resort – 1001 Lafayette Drive, Farmington, PA 15437
Pamper yourself at the luxurious Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. Or, simply head there for a day of adventure. The Fatbird Canopy Tour, for example, will take you 40 feet above the ground for a treetop adventure. Cross a bridge and a swinging log before soaring, at speeds of up to 60 miles an hour, on a 3,000 foot zipline.
Play among the trees at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort.
5. Seven Springs Mountain Resort – 777 Water Wheel Drive, Champion, PA 15622
Strap in and get ready to zoom high above Seven Springs Mountain Resort on one of its two ziplines: Screaming Hawk Mountain Zipline and the Laurel Ridge Zipline. The Screaming Hawk Zipline features 2,000 feet of of non-stop adventure while the Laurel Ridge Zipline boasts 10 ziplines totaling 7,000 feet.
Plan your trip to Seven Springs Mountain Resort.
6. The Tree House at Summit Inn – 101 Skyline Drive, Farmington, PA 15437
Check into the enchanted Historic Summit Inn in Farmington for a leisurely getaway. And, while you're there, visit its fairy tale treehouse, featured on the popular television show "Treehouse Masters." Join a treehouse tour Monday through Friday at 5 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday at 11 a.m.
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