Heaton Park Treetop Nets, Manchester
Treetop Nets offers an amazing and adventurous new way for both children and adults to play high up in the tree canopy. Manchester is our biggest aerial nets adventure yet with over 2000m2 of giant trampolines, walkways, slides, and tunnels all made out of netting, safely suspended between the trees up to 12m off the ground.
Our tree-mendous nets feature 175m of walkways, a treehouse, aerial ball parks, a super slide zone and bounce zone, promising bouncy fun for the entire family beneath a beautiful woodland canopy. With a double-decker climbing net and crow's nest, it’s a treetop adventure not to be missed!
Unlike traditional high ropes courses, you will be completely surrounded by 4m high walls of netting which means you are safe to explore the treetops without a harness.Book Now
Supervision & Safety
Treetop Nets is staffed by qualified instructors at all times, however children remain the responsibility of accompanying adults on the following ratios:
- 3-6yrs 1 participating adult for every 2 children
- 7-11yrs 1 Adult for every 5 children – participation encouraged but optional*
- 12-15yrs An adult must be present to sign an authorisation form and remain within the site at all times
*Supervision of children 7-11yrs can take place from the ground and is not charged for, however, the nets are fantastic fun for all ages and we think better enjoyed by the whole family. Supervising adults must attend the safety briefing with children and remain in the Treetop Nets Park at all times.
The nearest car park to Treetop Manchester is via the St Margaret's Road Entrance, M25 2GT. Please allow plenty of time to arrive and park, particularly on sunny days during weekends or school holidays when the park will be busy. At busy times you may be directed to an alternative car park around the site but you will need to allow extra time to walk over to Treetops.
PLEASE NOTE: Parking charges may apply from 10am-5pm
Green Travel: We encourage travel by public transport, where possible, with a number of options:
We are a 15 minute walk from Heaton Park Metrolink stop on Bury Old Road with links to the entire Metrolink and National Rail networks via Manchester Piccadilly Railway Station and St Peter’s Square. Heaton Park is on the Altrincham-Bury line.
You may wish to arrive at Treetop by bike and we provide secure bike racks at treetop reception. Here is a link to Manchester’s cycling routes: http://www.manchester.gov.uk/info/200102/cycling_and_walking/6850/cycle_routes
Public bus services travel to our main entrances - Sheepfoot Lane, Bury Old Road, Middleton Road and St. Margaret’s Road.
Heaton Park is served by the 135, 59, 64, 484, 495, 164 and 165 buses. For more information, please visit: www.tfgm.com/buses
Getting around the Park
We think it's lovely to walk and enjoy the scenery but Heaton Park also operates a seasonal land train, Easter to October, that travels internally around the park. Its route encompasses the North play area, which is near Treetop Trek as well as the Stables hub, the Lakeside hub, the Heritage Tramway and Heaton Hall and includes a link from the Metrolink station entrance and from the Lake Car Park.
There is a water fountain at Treetop.
The Stables Cafe is a 5 minute walk from Treetop and sells hot and cold food. Our visitors can enjoy a 10% discount in the cafe - please show your wristband.
Early birds can get 20% off in the cafe before 10am if you wish to enjoy a hearty breakfast before your visit to Treetop.
Toilets & Baby Change Facilities: The nearest toilets are at the Stables Cafe and there are no toilets at the Treetop site. It is a 5 minute walk to the Stables from Treetop so we encourage you to go before you check in!