Client Success Stories – Open Air Adventure Park
Jim Croft and Tim Kreutzer created Open Air Adventure Park, a family owned and operated aerial adventure park that is the first of its kind, right in the heart of Estes Park, Colorado. Over the course of an hour and a half, you can navigate 32 exciting elements from between ten and twenty-one feet off of the ground. These include rope bridges to pass, tightropes to navigate, swinging log steps to negotiate, and moving platforms to cross. Their park is for adventure seekers ready to try out life high above the ground!
Owning their own business was a long-time dream for Jim and his son-in-law, Tim. After attending a conference about zip-lines and rope courses, they found out about these aerial adventure parks, which are new to the United States. They were lucky enough to find property available in beautiful Estes Park and knew it was the location for them!
Even prior to opening, Jim and Tim worked closely with the Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C. to make sure they got off on the right footing. Jim said that Elizabeth Lewis was instrumental in helping with the lease agreement for the property, as well as developing the necessary waivers for both adults and minors.
Open Air Adventure Park caters to both individual adventure seekers, as well as hosting corporate events too. Be sure to check out their website for more information and specials at openairadventurepark.com. You can also contact Open Air Adventure Park at 970-586-3066 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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