WEST BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, MICH (WXYZ) — Great news Metro Detroit! Something you can do safely right now.
TreeRunner West Bloomfield Adventure Park is now open for the season. The park is the Largest Adventure Park in Michigan, and is one of the only outdoor "amusement" park type experiences that is allowed to open at this time, thanks to an outdoor natural environment, commitment to following the rules of social distancing and not being an organized sport or activity. TreeRunner is following safety protocols and social distancing guidelines as recommended by local, state and national health officials, to create a safe environment for guests. They have implemented precautions deeply reducing total capacity, providing single use gloves for all climbers, installation of hand sanitizing stations throughout the park and requiring guests and staff to have temperature checks before entering park.
The TreeRunner Adventure Park is located in a large, outdoor forested area. Numerous health professionals have stated the benefits and safety of outdoor exercise. It is well-known that sunlight is, “nature’s greatest disinfectant” because ultraviolet light neutralizes bacteria and viruses. Not only does exercise boost physical well-being, it also lifts the spirits of those who participate making it a positive for mental health.
New Operating Changes
● Hand sanitizing stations available throughout the park.
● Implementing an increase in cleaning and disinfecting protocols of all equipment and restrooms.
● Face coverings required of all climbers and staff.
● Cashless payments and “no touch” policies where possible.
● One-time use gloves available to every climber.
● One person at a time on a platform.
● Guests and staff are encouraged to stay home and will not be admitted it they are showing signs of illness or have been in contact with an individual who is ill. Please check https://www.treerunnerwestbloomfield.com/ for the most up to date information regarding hours of operation.
TreeRunner West Bloomfield Adventure Park is located at 6600 W. Maple Road on the campus of the Metro Detroit Jewish Community Center.