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May 7, 2014

Family Outing Turned Into Mighty ‘TreeUmph’

Venice Gondiler – It started out to be a fun family outing as I am desperately trying to pack in as much quality family time as possible before my oldest son leaves for Navy boot camp. The family time turned … Continue reading

December 19, 2013

Bradenton Area: Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing

I have a couple of sons, one 19 and one 6, so the next day I decide to check out what might be available for families, as am now thinking of returning with the brood. The first find is a … Continue reading

December 17, 2013

Nik Wallenda test skills at TreeUmph! Adventure Course

It’s not uncommon to hear people yelling out “I’m Nik Wallenda!” and pretending to be the famed high-wire artist when they’re playing around 60 feet up in the air at Treeumph! Adventure Course. But this month, Wallenda himself was there … Continue reading

December 6, 2013

King of the zip line

A treetop obstacle course and recreational park in rural east Manatee County received an unexpected marketing boost from someone who knows his way around high wires: Nik Wallenda, the Sarasota native and resident who made national news earlier this year … Continue reading

January 12, 2013

Fun, conservation swing into action at TreeUmph! this weekend in Lakewood Ranch

By: DEE GRAHAM – Bradenton Herald – EAST MANATEE — For Carey Miller it was the “leap of faith.” Shannon Rossey called it “exhilarating!” Owner Kathy Corr keeps conservation a priority, while her business partner and husband, Aaron Corr, reminds … Continue reading

A Tree-Umph! Triumph

By: Eric Snider in BAYPOP – I was going to write this yesterday but I was too tired. After monkeying around at Tree-Umph! in Bradenton for nearly three hours, then driving home to the ‘burg and arriving around 4:30 … … Continue reading