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WildPlay Element Parks - Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls, Canada
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Krity wrote a review Aug 2019
55 contributions21 helpful votes
Having seen something on facebooking in 2018 i asked my cousin brotehrs if they would be willing to do this for a speical cultrual day for brothers and sisters. 15th August 2019 we came with my sister in lawa and nephew as well. We had a great time however the only two things i would advise is that upon purchasing the tickets or going through to queue for the zipline I would suggest that the people working advise everyone that there is a bag holder on the harness so you can take at least a phone and wallet and secodnly that pictures and videos will be taken so you can purchase these at the end of the zip line as we all got rid of phones and wallets when we could of taken one between us. The only room for improvement is to do with the email for purchased videos and pictures. Please do not advise 2hours as we recieved this 12hours later after my cousin brother had to email to request this. If this process can be improved and option for a USB stick then that would be great Otehrwise although i am afraid of heights and suggested this to my family the rest is orgainsed well and i would highly recommend.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Patricia W wrote a review Sep 2018
Boston, Massachusetts26 contributions5 helpful votes
My 18 year old and I did the zip line next to the Falls and to be honest it was a little underwhelming. First up before seeing it I was under the impression you zipped over the Falls not along side them- my mistake but it may have just set the tone. Secondly I thought it was pricey compared to some I have done that were a lot more exciting. My son thought it was cool but also felt it was over too quickly for the amount of time you had to wait between reserving the time and then waiting in line once your time came. If you’ve never been zip lining and want to try it I’m sure you’d love it but if you’ve done a few already it isn’t going to add much
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Christine J wrote a review Aug 2018
Barrie, Canada33 contributions14 helpful votes
We found this activity by accident on a route diversion. We stopped and got the information and decided to go back the next day. We are so glad we did. The staff are so friendly and engaging. The courses themselves are challenging and fun. The classic course takes between 1-2 hours and the extreme course is about the same. Much more challenging but the views of the gorge and rapids are amazing. When we had a bit of trouble with one of the activities, the staff were really supportive and helpful and offered to come help but we pushed through and made it. We would recommend this 100%. It's not one of the gimmicky or watered down activities that you might associate with Niagara Falls. It's a real course with offerings for children and adults at a reasonable price (comparing with Horseshoe Resort course). On a Monday it was not overly busy and we felt no pressure to move quickly thorough the course. Thanks for a great day and great memories!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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travellingdrewski wrote a review Jul 2018
Puerto Aventuras, Mexico88 contributions21 helpful votes
This is a great, mind over matter, pacing and "YES - you can DO IT!. Two mom's with 4 daughter's ranging in age from 13 to 17 - did the classic course over the course of 90 minutes. As mom's go - we decided to follow our daughter's only realizing that they lead us to through the red level - the hardest level on the classic course and it was worth it!! There are 3 different levels on the class course green, blue and red - one can pick which level and follow the markings. At the end of the red level - one gets to jump off a 40 foot plus platform with assistance of special lowering mechanism which is controlled! Special shout out to Laura the Park Manager and crew - who kept an eye on all participants - making sure to keep hydrated - drink lots on hot days - and pace one self. Will be back to do the extreme course in the Fall. One must wear closed toe shoes - running shoes! Dress for the weather - if hot - wear shorts, tank top or t-shirt. If one has a clip on water bottle - bring it to attach to harness. One can by bottles there for $10.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Thedakotakid wrote a review Jul 2018
Williston, North Dakota147 contributions70 helpful votes
My 2 young children did the kids course. They had a ton of fun! Different obstacles and challenges for them! Wasnt prices too badly. $55 for 2 kids for about an hour or 2 of fun! They have 2 other courses to do too. A classic course and an extreme course. Both looked fun!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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