What’s an Aerial Adventure Park?
CBAA contains platforms that range from 12 feet to 40 feet high. There are 7 courses at the park. Each course contains 7 to 8 obstacles to work through and enjoy. The obstacles are designed around a maritime theme using ropes, cables, wood, barrels, stir-ups, cargo nets and more. Each of the courses include a mini zip, with some bringing you back to the main tower. The higher up the central tower you go, the more difficult the obstacles become.The easiest of the courses begin with our 3 green level trails. These are appropriate for all participants and levels of ability. Next there are 3 intermediate trails that increase in height and difficulty (age/chaperone restrictions). The pinnacle is the red course, the ultimate test of will and stamina. Have no fear, climbers will be in a harness and attached to a safety device while completing each obstacle, at all times. Typically climbers will complete 3-4 courses (21-28 obstacles) during the 2 hour climb. Guides provide supervision and assistance as needed. CBAA is the only Aerial Adventure Park in the beach area located conveniently on N. A1A 6419 N.Atlantic Ave 32920
How safe is the Cocoa Beach Aerial Adventure Park?
At CBAA, we use only the highest quality safety equipment. Our Koala continuous belay system allows participants to experience the park without having to clip and unclip “claws” as they move from one obstacle to the next. The guides are the only people attaching you to the belay system. You can NOT accidentally unclip your self. The course has been designed and built by ACCT vendor Challenge Design Innovations and is inspected by a licensed ACCT inspector annually. ACCT is the governing organization overlooking the safety and well being of Aerial Adventure Parks, Zip lines, Challenge courses and Towers. Aerial Adventure Parks are obstacle courses, so there are lots of materials used such as wood, ropes, cables and plastic. Some materials are more forgiving than others. Scrapes and bruises may occur while on the course.
What is the time duration
of the admission ticket?
2 hours of climbing on the course. It is best to fill out the waiver online before you arrive at CBAA. Upon arrival all valuables, including cell phone, wallets, cameras, etc. must be left in the car; loose items are NOT permitted on the tower. Feel free to bring your water bottle (or we sell water also). Car keys can be left at the front desk in our key-check. At the time of check-in you will be suited in a harness, helmet, and gloves 9upon request) then taken to a ground school “rules and safety training” (takes 10-15 minutes). Please arrive before your scheduled reservation time. For example if your reservation is at 10 a.m., arrive by 9:45 a.m.
What are the hours of operation?
Our hours vary widely throughout the year due to tourist demand. To check availability you should use the “Book Now” button to show open time slots or give us a call at 321-613-0047.
Is there a height, weight, age restriction?
Participants must weigh less than 250 lbs. We do not recommend the course for pregnant women. Children who are under 4’8″ tall usually need a taller person to assist them with their trolley. Children 6 and under qualify as the child ticket and require an adult on the course. Ages 7 – 11 qualify for the junior admission. All tickets are valid for 2 hours of climbing. All participants must be able to fit into a harness properly. Trained adventure guides will ensure that harnesses are fitted properly.
- Be at least 3 years old and 250lbs or less.
- Have closed toe shoes that are secure and protect feet. We have $5 rentals.
- Bring or purchase a bottle of water to hydrate as sweat, summer heat can pose a danger to participants.
- Must not be pregnant
- Must be free of preexisting injuries or conditions that may be worsened by this type of activity.
- Whenever adult participation is required the appropriate adult/child ratio must be met. All adult escorts are charged as paying participants and have access to all 7 of our routes during their adventure.
- Minors aged 5-6 may only climb on our three Green Courses and MUST be escorted by an adult in a 1-2 ratio (1 adult per 2 children).
- Minors aged 7-11 may traverse the Green and Yellow Courses solo. All children MUST be supervised by an adult who is remaining on the property.
- Ages 12+ have access to all our courses without an adult escort, but anyone under 18 must be signed for by a guardian who is responsible for the participant for the entire duration of the adventure.
- Any minor or a parent or guardian who lists the age of any participant dishonestly or inaccurately not only falsifies information on a legally binding contract but also increases the risk of injury to the child, the escort, our rangers and the other participants on the adventure course.
|Age 5-6||Adult Escort||Maybe||Not Yet|
|Age 7-9||Solo||Solo||Not Yet|
|Age 10-11||Solo||Solo||Adult Escort|
|Kidszip Course||Adult Chaperone|
What if my kids want to go on the course and I don’t want to?
Your child must be at least 5 yrs old to participate on the adventure park. Children age 5-6 must have a chaperone with them at a 1-2 ratio. If your child is of age but under 4’8″ tall, they need a participant who is at least 5 feet tall to be on the course with them (does not have to be parent). If your child does not have an able participant to accompany them on the course, you will need to “hire a buddy” to go along with your children. This is by RESERVATION ONLY at a rate of $39 (for up to 2 children). There is also the option of the “Kidszip” park for children 3-8. This course is at ground level and a parent can walk next to the child and assist as needed. There is NO CHARGE for spectators that are not participating. We have a lovely shaded area for you folks!
Are reservations required?
We strongly suggest reservations during peak visitation months (March, April, July, Thanksgiving, Christmas). Walk-ins are a first come first serve basis. However, reservations have priority.
Do I need to be in good shape?
The courses are designed to be a challenge mentally and physically. Although the courses vary in difficulty levels, those who exercise regularly and are in good physical and mental condition are more likely to enjoy the challenge-course experience. Upper body strength is recommended. The courses are rated by the colors green, yellow, and red. The green courses are going to be for newbies, children, and those scared of heights. Once you get comfortable and accustomed to the course, climbers may want to try a more challenging course such as yellow and red. There are always adventure guides available to assist, but they are not there to lead climbers through the course.
What do I wear?
We recommend wearing clothing that will be comfortable under a harness. Shorts that come down to at least mid thigh will be the most comfortable. We require close-toed athletic shoes. Rental shoes are available at CBAA for $5 (including clean socks) if you do not have shoes of your own. Long hair must be pulled back to a low ponytail. Necklaces and jewelry are not recommended on the course. Its best to apply sunblock prior to putting on your harness. Sunblock will be available for purchase at CBAA if needed.
Can I take my camera or phone on the course?
No, we do not allow participants to carry anything in their pockets. If your phone, camera, car keys or wallet were to fall, they could hit other participants resulting in injury. All of the above should be left with a spectator, or in your car. Car keys may be left in the building and the front desk key-check.
Do I tip the guides?
While it is customary to tip the guides for their services, it is not mandatory.
Can I purchase gift certificates? T-shirts? Souvenirs?
Yes, you may purchase all of the above at our retail store in the registration building.
What are the rules at Cocoa Beach Aerial Adventures?
- Be at least 5 years old and 250lbs or less.
- Have closed toe shoes that are secure and protect feet.
- Wear safety gear correctly as checked by guide.
- Attend ground school before climbing.
- Only use appropriate courses based on age restrictions.
- Use all equipment as directed.
- Start with green course before attempting more advanced courses.
- Accept all risks involved in participation and sign a release of liability waiver prior to climbing.
- Be respectful of other guests. Use appropriate language and do not loiter on elements or platforms.
- Do not jump at the start of the Zip lines. Sit down on the platform and gently glide off.
- Never stand or hold onto the belay cables.
- Obey all instructions given by Adventure guides.
- Participants that appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be asked to leave.
- Only 1 person is permitted on an obstacle or zip line at a time.
- Only 2 people are permitted on a platform at a time.
- Do not bounce on platforms or obstacles.
- Smoking is not permitted on the premises of Cocoa Beach Aerial Adventures.
- Climbers may not access the course outside of operating hours.
- The management reserves the right to ask anyone in breach of these rules to leave the Adventure Park.
- During extreme weather conditions you may be asked to evacuate the park. Guests will be allowed back on the course as soon as space and conditions allow.
- There are no refunds once you have begun course for weather related closures.
- When in doubt, stop and ask a adventure guide for assistance.
Can I bring my group?
Yes, family reunions, community organizations, corporate, birthday parties, school groups etc… a wide variety of groups may use the park. Group rates begin with 10 or more participants. (Very limited during peak visitation months of March & April. Call for availability)