Fly through the treetops on your ziplining adventure in Montgomery County. The ski slopes of Spring Mountain Adventures are transformed into an exhilarating canopy tour from May into November. You can get a bird's-eye view of the Elmwood Park Zoo at Treetop Adventures, a series of ziplines and rope challenges high above the animals.
96 MILES OF TRAILS
More than 90 miles of trails traverse Montgomery County, offering endless challenges for hikers and bikers to explore the Philadelphia suburbs and countryside. The Schuylkill River Trail connects Valley Forge Park with Philadelphia, carving a path through Conshohocken and Norristown. The 20-mile Perkiomen Trail connects Green Lane Park to the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove. And the Wissahickon Trail connects Fort Washington State Park to Philadelphia.
The freedom and adrenaline rush of skydiving are available in an indoor environment that won’t be affected by adverse weather at iFLY King of Prussia. This unforgettable experience, open to flyers as young as three, comes with all the training and equipment needed to take your sense of adventure to new heights.
STAND UP PADDLEBOARDING
Green Lane Park is one of Montgomery County's premier destinations for water sports. The waters of Green Lane Reservoir are the only place in the county to enjoy stand-up paddleboarding. Kayking and boating are also offered in the wide open waters of the reservoir.
The Schuylkill River marks the southern border of Montgomery County, but it is also one of the county's most exciting destinations. Some choose to float down the river on a tube, but we prefer a kayak, a paddle and a few hours of solitude. Either way, Port Providence Paddle has everything to outfit you for your next river adventure.
If you think go-karts are just for kids, you haven't experienced karting in Montgomery County. The pro karts at Arnold's Family Fun Center and the dual tracks at Speed Raceway in Horsham provide wheel-to-wheel excitement at high speeds.
Step up your paintball game at Poco Loco Paintball in Schwenksville. This regional favorite for fans of the sport features 11 maps to play, including the Castle, Dead Wood and the Valken Armor Train. Check the official website for hours and more details.
One of the premier BMX facilities in the country, Trilogy Park BMX is located in Pottstown, Montgomery County. The track opened in 2004 and has hosted the USA BMX Quaker State Nationals. Check the park's schedule for open practice times.
HOT AIR BALLOON RIDES
Experience Montgomery County from a whole new perspective—1500 feet in the air. The United States Hot Air Balloon Team offers a chance at a once-in-a-lifetime experience on a hot air balloon adventure high above the county.