3 hours of zipline and adventure park experience plus 30 minute orientation
Picnic tables for group use
Bring your own lunch or delivery from local restaurants
Bus parking available
Climbing chaperones: free entry (10:1 ratio); Unlimited non-participating chaperones
Capacity: Up to 250
I just wanted to say how amazing today was. My campers were super excited to try Boundless Adventures after hearing me rave about it all summer long. It far exceeded our expectations, even in the rain! The challenge course was great. I especially liked the harness and locking system on the hooks. It made me feel comfortable and secure knowing that my campers were always clipped in by at least one hook. I’m happy that more than 10 of my campers were able to finish the black course which was the hardest, seeing that I was only able to complete the blue course. The staff were great and helpful and super patient with all the excitement and talking coming from my campers during our safety brief. Thank you for a great experience and we will definitely be back next summer!
– Tanika F
What are the requirements for booking a group?
There is a 15-person minimum for a discounted group rate. The reservation needs to be made 14 days in advance of the reservation. Lastly, there needs to be one person responsible for the reservation and payment.
How do I reserve a group?
You can complete the inquiry form above, call our office at 978-592-0017, or email us at [email protected].
We require a 50% deposit to hold your date.
What will a day in the trees look like?
When you arrive at Boundless Adventures in Purchase, you will first visit our reception center located in the parking lot. Our staff will then escort your group to the park. Once there, your campers (and participating chaperones) will get harnesses and receive a safety briefing (30-60 minutes depending on the size of the group) on how to zipline and climb on our high ropes course. They will then have 3 hours of incredible fun! Participants will be given the opportunity to traverse different trails of varying difficulty with their friends. During this time, they will work together to overcome challenges, inspire each other to face fears, and leave with a better understanding of themselves and their friends.
What is the group cancellation policy?
Cancellations made 30-60 days in advance of reservation
For groups consisting of under 25 participants, you will receive a refund of all amounts paid, less a cancellation fee of $150.
For groups consisting of 25 or more participants, you will receive a refund of all amounts paid, less a cancellation fee of $500.
Cancellations made between 7 to 29 days in advance of reservation
You will receive a refund equal to 50% of the contracted amount.
Cancellations made less than 7 days in advance of reservation
You will not be entitled to a refund. If something arises, or the weather is not cooperating, you can always reschedule your visit (less the cancellation fee), as long as you provide at least one hour advance notice.
Reductions in size of group within 7 days of event
You are responsible for payment in full for all participants in original group. As a courtesy, we will provide you with a maximum of 5 vouchers for a future visit to the park. To receive the vouchers, you must let us know at least 24 hours in advance of the reservation that your full group will not be attending the originally scheduled day/time.
If you fail to show on the day/time of your scheduled reservation you will not be eligible for a refund or credit.
What if I have last minute add-ons or cancellations?
We know it is challenging to provide an exact count! We wish we could let you tell us at the last minute. However, we have a limited capacity in the park, and the best way to accommodate the capacity constraints is to require payment in full for a firm headcount seven days in advance. If there are last minute cancellations, we can provide you with a credit for a future climb assuming there are at least fifteen participants present for the trip and you’ve let us know at least an hour in advance of your reservation time. Last minute additions are welcome at the general admission rate (subject to harness availability). Keep in mind, last minute additions also lead to additional time spent checking waivers which can cut into your climb time.
Where can I find the waiver?
When you reserve, you will receive a unique electronic waiver link in your email confirmation.
For Group Leaders: In your email confirmation, you will see a URL that says “Forward this link to all of your guests”. This link is tied to your specific event. That will link your guests’ waivers to your party. Even if your party guest has been here before, we ask that they still click on the link and provide their email address to link their waiver to your party.
For Campers: Please contact your group leader, and ask them to share the waiver link with you.
Why is it important for all of my guests to complete the waiver in advance?
We want your event to exceed your expectations. The first step is to ensure a smooth check in process. If the waivers are not completed in advance, it can delay your start time by up to an hour. Often, the end time is set on your invitations. Hence, a delayed start can result in an abbreviated climbing experience.
If my guests have been to Boundless Adventures before, do they need to complete the waiver again?
Waivers are valid for each calendar year. However, we need to know who your guests are. In your email confirmation, you will receive a link to your individual event management waiver portal. The first step is to provide your guests with a link to this portal either by emailing directly from the portal or copying the link into an individualized invitation. When they click on the link, it will ask them if they already have a waiver. The system will ask your guest for the email address associated with their waiver. They simply need to provide the email address and hit submit to link them to your event.
What are the supervision requirements for groups with children 7-12 years old?
For groups including kids 7-9 years old, someone aged 16+ MUST accompany these participants on the course in a ratio of 5:1 at all times.
For groups including kids 10-12 years old, someone aged 16+ MUST be on the ground in a ratio of 10:1 at all times. If a chaperone chooses to climb, an additional chaperone needs to be on the ground to monitor the group.
Is there a place and time for us to eat?
All group reservations are provided with picnic tables based on your group size. The tables are yours for the duration of the event, as well as 30 minutes after the event ends.
Can I get food delivered to the park?
What if it rains?
Our aerial adventure park is open rain or shine. If you decide that you want to change the date, we will do our best to accommodate you. If the park is unable to open or is forced to close prior to your visit, you are given the option to reschedule your outing or to receive a full refund.
Please refer to our Weather Policy for more information.