After visiting Treetop Trek last week we went to try out Treetop Nets today. They looked amazing when we saw them last week and didn’t really know what to expect. When we arrived we were given a quick safety brief and told all about the various zones you can explore. They have a one way system which is more or less adhered to bar the odd kid running the wrong way. There is no need for any special equipment other than trainers and I would advise a long sleeve top.
We took a walk round first to explore all the zones and it was weird. I was a bit freaked out at first as was Kaitlin but the boys loved it. Jack had a fabulous time and spent most of his time in the giant ball pool. This space has some giant balls you can chuck and roll around but also has and instructor in there who plays games. The guy was fab when I went in the boys and kept it nice and calm. When venturing past later on it was wild and the kids were loving it. The instructors are fabulous with all the kids.
One of the zones has a rope net you climb up called rainbow ladder and you then slide down using the sacks. Jack took a while to work out how to climb up but soon had it worked out.
There is a slide zone which has three different sized slides. You have to use a sack to go down and keep your hands tucked in this is to stop any friction burns. It also makes you go super fast as well.
Another zone in Treetop Nets is a ball zone which is different from the crazy big one Jack loved. It’s a little bit quieter and not as mad and bouncy. The boys loved it in here rolling round.
There is and under 7’s zone which is like a calmer room/area. It has a tree house off it in case you want to escape the bounce for a minute. There is also a slide in this area which is good if you are trying to introduce someone a bit more apprehensive about it. The boys actually didn’t use this one that much and enjoyed bouncing and jostling round all the other sections.
You get two hours to explore and play which I think is more than enough for little ones but Jack would have stayed all day if he could.