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Hunt Club Farm's TreeWalk Adventure opens this weekend

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Posted at 9:31 PM, Sep 24, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-24 21:32:01-04

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Now that fall is in full swing, are you ready for a new adventure? This weekend, Hunt Club Farm is introducing its newest addition to their array of fun-filled family activities and events: TreeWalk Adventure!

The first-of-its-kind playground for kids is scheduled to open with a ribbon cutting ceremony at noon on Saturday, September 26, just in time for the harvest season.

General admission for this attraction is included in the Petting Farm's general admission fee.

Climb from treehouse to treehouse along 10- and 12-foot-tall wooden bridges and cargo netting. Take a slide to the ground or walk a ramp to the visit the animals below if you need a break.

All elements of TreeWalk Adventure are designed with safety in mind so families can explore and learn about animal life in the trees.

Hunt Club’s Petting Farm, TreeWalk Adventure and Farm Market are currently open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Farm Market is accessible to the public outside the Petting Farm’s entrance and is stocked with an array of local products such as honey, spices, jams, jellies and homemade soy candles. Drinks, snacks, and ice cream are also available.

Related: Extreme Halloween starts Friday at Hunt Club Farm with COVID-19 restrictions in place

Hunt Club’s Petting Farm tickets, which now include TreeWalk Adventure admission, are available online at HuntClubFarm.com. You are strongly recommended to purchase your tickets online in advance to ensure access on the day of your visit to the farm.

COVID-19 guidelines currently in place on the farm include mandatory face masks and social distancing. Hand sanitizing stations are conveniently located throughout the farm.

For a complete set of COVID-19 safety measures taking place on the farm, visit the farm's official website.

Hunt Club Farm is located five miles from the Virginia Beach Oceanfront at 2388 London Bridge Road in the Red Mill section of the city.