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Treetop Quest: Season Now Open Weekends!

Both in Dunwoody and Gwinnett! Review.

By Treetop Quest February 29, 2020

Experience the thrills of challenging obstacles and high-flying ziplines at Treetop Quest, in Gwinnett, and Dunwoody! Treetop Quest opens weekends for the 2020 season, on February 29 through Memorial Day, then opens daily through July.


To get the most out of the 2020 season, consider becoming a Season Pass Holder. You'll enjoy 25% off birthday parties (and 25% friends & family admission), discounts on Treetop Quest gear, and unlimited visits in 2020 to Treetop Quest in Gwinnett, Dunwoody, and Philly! And a new location coming soon in April!

We're excited to announce Treetop Quest Gwinnett has a new safety system, its similar to one at Treetop Quest Dunwoody. The new continuous lifeline system is not only impossible to detach, but it's also easier to use while you navigate through the courses.





Spider Quest, a harness-free course, at Treetop Quest Gwinnett is currently closed during Spider Quest renovations; however, it will reopen for the season in late March. 





Whether you're celebrating your birthday or any special occasion, Treetop Quest is a tree-mendous adventure for any special event! From exciting aerial obstacles to suspended bridges, Tarzan swings, and thrilling zip lines!

I was given complimentary tickets for the purpose of this review.  My opinions are my own.

went to Treetop Quest Dunwoody this week for an intention of a review.  You are going to get much more from me today.  My family is going through a Health crisis just as serious as my son did five years ago.   It is not my place to share this crisis yet with you my readers.  With time, my child will or will not tell me I can share.  I hope they do because they can help other children and adults going through the same. 

I will tell you the sensitivity of the staff at Treetop Quest Dunwoody has no words.  From when my girls (my 2 daughters and their friends) signed in and to the help of getting through the course.   The Treetop Quest staff was there to help.  

Treetop Quest Dunwoody yes is great exercise and lots of fun for the fearless.  But let me tell you there is magic in the treetops.  I have seen it with my own eyes this visit and in past visits.  I have seen the personal confidence of a person after finishing an obstacle.  I have seen the excitement in their eyes.   This visit was the first time, my child wanted to do a course besides the Chick Pea.   She was afraid to get past a point on Level one.  I called a blue shirt, named Paul and he came running.   He knew that she could do it.  She didn’t know that yet.  Paul talked to her and convinced her to get across.  She did it!  She was afraid of the next obstacle and she did it again.  I could see my daughter’s determination and a goal coming true.   She finished the whole level with a huge grin on her face.   We took a short break and she wanted to go on level 2!  My daughter got to the wiggly section and was done.  Paul and the staff got her down.  And we went to the check-in area to hang out and pet dogs.  About 30 minutes later, she said to me that she wanted to go back to level 1 by herself.  After a while, I saw Paul walk around with her and another child.  My other daughter and friends were done, and I told them to go look for her.  She was on level two past the wiggly section.   She had overcome her fears and was succeeding!   Not only is this a success for her at Treetop Quest but also a metaphor for her life.   She might be scared (as I am currently) but after working through her fears and obstacles she will succeed.  

I did find out the Paul is a volunteer and he likes to work the visitors that are scared one on one to help them through their own rough spots at Treetop Quest Dunwoody.  

Rules for both TreeTop Quest Gwinnett and Dunwoody.

  • Be sure to wear closed-toe shoes — it is a strict requirement! Comfortable clothing is recommended.
  • The weight limit for course participation is 250 lbs.
  • Participating minors must have a waiver signed by a PARENT or legal guardian. They can be printed, signed, and presented at check-in. Children and/or juniors under 18 must be under constant supervision of an adult (participating or non-participating) in the ratio of 1 adult for every 3 participating minors.

You can see past articles about TreeTop Quest from 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014and 2013. 

TreeTop Quest Dunwoody is located at 2341 Peeler Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338. They can be reached by phone: (770) 365-0356.TreeTop Quest Gwinett is located at The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center 2020 Clean Water Drive Buford, GA 30519. They can be reached by phone:  (404) 277-6113. TreeTop Quest is on and FacebookInstagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Share the fun by using #TreeTopQuest.

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