Three years ago, I posted about our date at the Nashville Shores Treetop Adventure Park. Since that time, I have wanted to go back again, but it hasn’t worked out. So when I saw that they had reopened after COVID-19 (with new policies and fewer spots per time slot) and were offering a 50% discount, I purchased two tickets. It was sort of a “pre-anniversary” celebration.
High ropes courses are something that I really enjoy. They are adventurous and provide great exercise but are still very safe (at least the ones I have been to are). My family went to a really great one several times while I was growing up, and although the one in Nashville doesn’t quite measure up, it’s still a blast.
Mr. Handsome was happy to go with me, but he isn’t a huge fan of treetop obstacle courses. He says he doesn’t understand the appeal.
“There’s no point to it,” he explained to me. “It’s like, we create this course just to mimic real terrain and then climb around with no purpose. It would be one thing if you had to climb a tree to cut it down or cross a waterfall while being chased by a bear.” I’m usually the practical one, but his view on this subject is certainly more practical than mine. He still had fun though.