It’s a point of view that will take your breath away: up to 60 feet off the ground! It is found only at the unique Tree to Tree Adventure Park, set in the foothills of the Oregon coast range in the Tualatin Valley.

The 57-acre forested parkland is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced off the ground. In fact, you might consider it a playground in the trees.

The Tree to Tree Park is a family-owned business that is brainchild of co-owners and managers, Doyle and Molly Beres. Molly says the park’s location (a short drive from Scoggins Valley Park and Henry Hagg Lake) helps attract a following.

The course admission isn’t based on age – but on height – that is, with your arms extended overhead you must be able to reach 6 feet 6 inches, to play on the full-sized course after you’ve passed the Basic Training Course. If a youngster is unable to reach 6′ 6″ but can reach at least 5′ with their arms extended, he or she can play on the smaller course.

about author Grant McOmie

Grant McOmie is a Pacific Northwest broadcast journalist, teacher and author who writes and produces stories and special programs about the people, places, outdoor activities and environmental issues of the Pacific Northwest. A fifth generation Oregon native, Grant’s roots run deepest in the central Oregon region near Prineville and Redmond where his family continues to live.


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  1. It’s a Whole New Kind of Adventure | What’s the Word? says…

    [...] doesn’t do this unique park justice, so take a look for yourself at the latest edition of “Grant’s Getaways,” featuring intrepid reporter Grant McOmie, as he visits Tree to Tree Adventure Park. (Video courtesy [...]

    Written on June 22nd, 2010 / Flag this Comment
  2. Monique says…

    Where EXACTLY is this located? You can’t just say it’s close to something. If I can get an address for this location, I would love to go visit but i have NO IDEA where the hell it is! :-o Please tell.

    Written on June 29th, 2010 / Flag this Comment
  3. Rhiannon West says…


    The address is 2975 SW Nelson Road. Gaston, Oregon 97119, it is linked to in the story above.

    Rhiannon, Travel Oregon

    Written on June 30th, 2010 / Flag this Comment
  4. Ivisa says…

    @ Monique, here is the adress:

    Written on July 12th, 2010 / Flag this Comment
  5. Swinging in the Trees | Travel Oregon Blog says…

    [...] Have you ever wondered what it would be like to walk high amongst the trees, balancing on midair bridges and tight ropes and swing from limb to limb (with an appropriate Tarzan howl)? Well the mystery is unveiled in the Willamette Valley at Oregon’s newest outdoor adventure park, Tree to Tree Adventure Park. The only park of its kind in all the western states, Tree to Tree offers is a surefire way to get your feet off the ground and one step closer to nature. They offer courses for all ages, heights and skill levels and those looking to stay grounded can explore the abundant nature trails. Check out Grant McOmie’s recent adventure at Tree to Tree for some inspiration. [...]

    Written on July 16th, 2010 / Flag this Comment
  6. Our Top Ten “Most Read” Stories for 2010 | Travel Oregon Blog says…

    [...] Grant’s Getaways: Tree to Tree Adventure Park – It’s a point of view that will take your breath away: up to 60 feet off the ground! It is found only at the new and unique Tree to Tree Adventure Park set in the foothills of the Oregon coast range in Washington County. (full story) [...]

    Written on December 31st, 2010 / Flag this Comment
  7. Kendra says…

    Too bad there is a height requirement. My daughter and I would have loved to do this but despite being grown adults we simply would not be allowed. Would not be happy with the kiddie section.

    Written on March 17th, 2016 / Flag this Comment
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