Okemo’s Adventure Zone opens SaturdayMay 25,2013Adventure Zone opens today
LUDLOW — Okemo Mountain Resort’s Adventure Zone opens today for the 2013 season with many activities in store for the summer.
Visitors can choose from Timber Ripper Mountain Coaster, Sawyer’s Sweep Zipline Tour, Amp Energy Big Air Bag, Lumberin Cal’s Miniature Golf, climbing wall, Segway Personal Transporter Tours, disc golf, Stump Jumper Bungee Trampoline, swimming at the Spring House pool. There is also basketball and tennis available at the Ice House.
Adventure Zone wristbands are $53 or $39 for groups of 15 people or more. The wristbands include three rides on the Timber Ripper, unlimited Stump Jumper Trampoline, disc golf, mini golf, climbing wall, Amp Energy Big Air Bag and a full day pass at the spring house.
For more information call 1-800-78-OKEMO or visit www.okemo.com.
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