TreeTopSac

Zip through the trees in West Sac.
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Photo by Gabriel Teague.

Imagine scaling trees, rushing down high-flying zip lines and facing your biggest fears with family and friends among 150-year-old heritage oak trees. At TreeTopSac, customers can choose their own adventure, with the most popular option being the evening climbs. “We situate them on or around the full moon of every month and they typically sell out,” says Kale Wisnia, owner and principal architect at TreeTopSac in West Sacramento. Offered on Thursdays, evening climbs bring an extra element of perceived danger as darkness falls.

If completing challenging ropes courses in the dark isn’t your cup of tea, daytime adventures are also available year-round at the park. TreeTopSac has five parkour courses that vary in difficulty so you can choose the route that fits your skill level—all end with a zip line. The trees have been outfitted with large canopies and heart-pumping skill challenges including wobbly bridges, tightwires, slacklines and more, to test your coordination and bravery.

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Photo by Gabriel Teague.

In addition to selling individual passes, TreeTopSac can be rented out to serve school groups and companies. “We have had a handful of team building and events where companies come together in a place where they could be outdoors and that included fun for the employees and their immediate families,” Wisnia says.

While adventure is the theme, TreeTopSac also is dedicated to environmental awareness and sustainability. Many aspects of the business cater to protecting and preserving Mother Nature, from the organic, silk-screened cotton T-shirts sold as souvenirs to the raved-about coffee drinks made from Ecuadorian single-sourced, fair-trade coffee beans.

treetopsac walker
Photo by Gabriel Teague.

TreeTopSac

1300 Lake Washington Blvd., West Sacramento;
(916) 893-1596;
treetopsac.com