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Soar Adventure Tower

A new adventure park in Franklin will send you to dizzying heights.

Written By:  Jennifer Farrar

Photographers:  Supplied

Adrenaline junkies, thrill-seekers, and fitness gurus: It’s time to head south. The new Soar Adventure Tower recently landed in Franklin and is the first full-size aerial adventure park in the United States. At 50 feet tall, the 10,000-square-foot play area has more than 120 climbing elements.

“We brought Soar Adventure Tower to this market because we feel the community needed and would embrace a destination spot that encourages a healthy physical lifestyle in an engaging environment that is ideal for all ages,” says owner Kevin Vanderkolk. The adventure park offers elements that “range in difficulty that mentally and physically challenge both adults and kids,” he adds. “[It] allows you to take risks and overcome obstacles in a safe and controlled environment.”

Being that it’s located so close to Music City, the park features musical elements, including a usable drum set that’s suspended 20 feet in the air and live music from local artists on Thursday nights. Perfect for birthday parties or corporate events, it’s also just right for a family of weekend warriors.

3794 Carothers Pkwy., 615-721-5103; soaradventure.com

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