Treetop Adventure Course Go Ape Hosts Grand Opening in Strongsville this Weekend

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Go Ape
, a national treetop and outdoor adventure course company, quietly opened its first Ohio outlet in Strongsville earlier this month, and is now planning to host its official grand opening ceremony this weekend.

On Saturday, May 2, folks can head down to Mill Stream Run Reservation of Cleveland Metroparks for a day of tree-swinging fun, including zip lines, suspended obstacle courses, rope ladders, and more.



As part of the festivities, Go Ape staff will perform a unique ribbon cutting ceremony while zooming down the course's zip lines. 

It all starts at 9 a.m. at the Mill Stream Run Recreation Area (16200 Valley Parkway, Strongsville). Additional details can be found here.


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