A new attraction is celebrating its first summer in the Poconos! You might just call it a "tree-mendous adventure" that could spice up your summer fun, especially if you have a few days off around the Fourth of July.
Gorilla Grove Treetop Adventures is now open at Kalahari Resorts and Conventions near Mount Pocono.
Newswatch 16's Ryan Leckey checked out the two and a half acre course on Independence Day.
Those who run the outdoor ropes course says "it features 87 elements, including zip-lines, ranging from easy to advance obstacles."
The course allows you to maneuver through the forest.
Gorilla Grove is open seven days in the summer from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. at Kalahari.
Participants are not required to spend the night at the resort to experience the ropes course which lasts for about two hours a person.
Tickets are $52.00 or less depending on your age and/or group size.
For more details on Gorilla Grove in the Poconos, head here!