The last time I saw the park was in 2010 when the park’s annual “treetop tour” started.
There were no signs or anything at the park.
Now, the park has a sign, but it’s on the side of the road.
It says, “Park Closed.”
But, of course, this year, there will be plenty of visitors at treetopping.
The park has seen about 1.6 million visitors since it opened in 2015, but that number has grown.
And the number of people who visit is growing even more.
It’s estimated that this year the park will have around 7.5 million visitors.
A park spokesperson says there’s a good chance treetoppers will be able to visit the park again this year.
“We’re always excited to bring more people in, especially this time of year,” said Julie Zielinski, the parks manager.
“So if you want to come out and have a look around, we hope you will.”
And for those who do, they can take a treetoping lesson.
The tour begins at the start of July and includes a walk along the trail and a treedrome that looks like it could be a roller coaster.
It will last about an hour and you will get to explore the park and the treetopic world.
And as for how much treetopers will be spending?
The park says it’s a lot.
“A good portion of the cost will go to the park itself, the staff, our sponsors and the people who are actually taking care of the parks operations and the maintenance of the treetrace,” said Zielinksi.
She said that the treetsome tour will cost $10 for adults and $5 for children.