Go Ape Creve Coeur Park

Maryland Heights, MO

Where are we going?

Go Ape Creve Coeur Park
13219 Streetcar Dr
Maryland Heights
MO 63043


What is there to do?

Want to hear something really cool about Go Ape Creve Coeur Park? Well, it happens to be the first and ONLY treetop adventure course in the entire state of Missouri - how cool is that!

So if you want to channel Tarzan, or enjoy a birds eye view of the Creve Coeur park, then you know where to head!

Treetop adventure courses are great fun for those active kids and family, because it's 2-3 hours of challenging obstacles, bridges, ropes and of course, zip lines! The course has 5 individual sections, and each section takes you higher and higher into the forest canopy. You know what else is really fun? The whole course ends with a super fun zip line! In fact, there are 5 ziplines across the entire course!

To get to that finish though, the challenges await with numerous rope ladders, and 39 exciting crossings that include the Flying Carpet and Spider's Web! Ready to be King of the Jungle on one of the 2 Tarzan swings? Get that call ready!

When you arrive, you will be given a 30 minute safety and training briefing, then kitted up with all your harnesses and pulleys, so you know you will be safe and ready to take tot he course. The instructors are always on hand for support and assistance, so it's a great chance for kids new to canopy rope courses to give it a go.

Go Ape Creve Coeur Park is always located within one of the most visited parks in St. Louis County, with 320 acres of playgrounds, boating areas, fishing and nature trails to explore once your treetop adventure has finished!

So shut those computers down, and turn off the TV, because it's time to Go Ape!


How much does it cost?

Adults: $58

Children: $38 (Ages 10 - 15 yrs)


Need a little extra help?

You do need to be physically able to climb rope ladders with some upper body strength. They do have a number of guests with disabilities including blindness, deafness, and amputees. Give them a call to discuss any concerns


When can we go?

Daylight hours (varies by season)

Daily June - Aug / Weekends & select weekdays rest of year


Any top tips?

You can pre-book your tour if you want to secure your time. When you arrive, make sure you allow 15 minutes before your tour starts. Allow 2-3 hours.

Healthy Eating

They have water along the course, but best to bring your own, as well as healthy snacks

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