TimberTop Adventures, in Dominion Park, Saint John is one of the largest treetop aerial adventure parks in the country with over 110 creative obstacles curated from around the world and placed in 11 different courses in the trees!
We have designed the park with a wide range of challenge levels including 2 starter courses, 3 easy, 3 medium and 3 difficult.
From those who wish to finally conquer heights to the very ambitious who want to tackle one of the hardest courses in North America, our triple black diamond course called The Weasel Nest, there literally is something for everyone.
What to do at TimberTop Adventures:
We offer two adventure packages that give climbers the time to choose the courses they wish to do in order of preference, even allowing repeats of their favourites.
Go Wild, which gives climbers up to 3 hours of fun on up to all 11 courses also includes access to our unique Flying Squirrel nearly 4 story platform jump! This adventure is for climbers 8 years and up with some reaching height and weight requirements – please see our website for more details.
Our second adventure, Low & Go, is designed to keep guests closer to the ground, allows for up to 90 minutes of fun on our two starter level courses. This adventure is for climbers 5 years and up, and who also meet our reaching height and weight requirements.
Who will enjoy the attraction the best?
Those who are looking for an adventure, and who enjoy a challenge. Our park is also great for those who enjoy being active & outdoors. There is something for everyone at our park, as we have 11 different courses, which display a wide range of challenge levels.
When to visit TimberTop Adventures:
TimberTop Adventures Hours / Timing
Our season runs from May to October.
During May and June we are open:
Saturday, Sunday, and Tuesday and various Fridays from 10:00am-6:00pm *
As of June 21st and up to and including Labour Day Weekend , we will be open 7 days a week:
After Labour Day Weekend we will transition back to being open on weekends until the end of October *. Check out our website for updates on our Fall hours as we may be open on certain weekdays as well.
*-as well as throughout the week for group bookings of 20 people or more
Best time to visit
We are a rain or shine park, so any day/time within our operating hours is a great time to visit.
How much will it cost to visit TimberTop Adventures:
TimberTop Adventures Admission
Low & Go (ages 5+)**: $21.99 +HST
Go Wild (Ages 8+)**: Students/Seniors(65+) – $34.99 +HST *** & Adults – $44.99 +HST
**-Please see our website for various supervisory requirements for different ages
***-Students are between ages 8 and 18 or older with a valid student ID
How to get tickets?
We accept cash, credit and debit. Guests can select and purchase adventures on our website 24 hours a dayor by phone during regular business hours. Purchasing in advance will ensure guests can get their desired time slot, but we also accept walk-ins.
How to get to TimberTop Adventures:
TimberTop Adventures Directions & Location
We are roughly 10-15 minutes from uptown Saint John, and we are easily accessible via vehicle, as well as by boat as we are located next to the sandy shores of Dominion Park Beach on the St. John River.
Click here for our location on Google Maps.
Park free in any one of 100 paved parking spaces. Air conditioned washroom facilities are available to everyone.
Amenities & Accessibility:
Due to the nature of the activity, and the terrain we are built on, unfortunately we cannot accommodate individuals with physical limitations.
When climbers are thirsty or hungry we offer water and peanut free bars for sale up in the course area. Climbers can just tell one of the guides what they would like and run a tab to be settled up at the end of their climb at the welcome centre.
If visiting with a group that has members who do not wish to participate, they are welcome to walk throughout our park area, watch the climbers, and can take photos and videos from the ground. There are also a number of log benches throughout our course area to sit and rest on.
Fully closed running shoes are mandatory. Activities are open weather-permitting.