Charles & Lynn Zhang

SkyLark Ridge

SkyLark Ridge is now closed for the winter months.

Hours

* Subject to change without notice. We recommend calling the Zoo the day of your visit to confirm the courses are open.

Currently closed for the winter months

Price

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$15.99

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$6.99

Extra Info

Participant Waiver

Please read our waiver here for safety information.

Little Larks Chaperone

ONE responsible chaperone (18+) is required for each child to participate on Little Larks.

Guidelines for SkyLark Ridge

Clothing

Shoes

Footwear must be closed-toed with no heel. Tennis shoes are recommended.

Bottoms

We recommend that no dresses or skirts be worn.

Shorts long enough to cover the thigh are recommended. This makes wearing the harness more comfortable.

Physical

Not recommended for those with: 

  • Recent surgery

  • Back or neck injuries

  • Pregnancy

  • Recent stitches

  • Difficulty ascending or descending stairs

Other

Hair longer than shoulder length should be tied back.

Those who are intoxicated will not be permitted to participate.

Height

Sky Trail® + Sky Rail®

Min: 48”
Max: 80"

Sky Tykes® with Sky Rail®

Max: 48”

Weight

Sky Trail® + Sky Rail®

Max: 300 lbs.

Full List of Rules

Binder Park Zoo, together with the Board of Directors is proud to make public the news of the Charles and Lynn Zhang SkyLark Ridge, an amazing ropes course and zip line adventure where zoo-goers can awaken their inner explorer in a “high-flying” attraction of epic proportions!

 

Read the media release announcing the Charles and Lynn Zhang SkyLark Ridge here.

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From left to right; Leslie Walsh, Director of Marketing & Development, Binder Park Zoo, Amy Jones, Board Trustee, Binder Park Zoo, Diane Thompson, President & CEO, Binder Park Zoo, Rick Hughey, Executive Vice President/CEO, Irving S. Gilmore Foundation, Mrs. Joan Higgins, Linda Freybler, CEO, Calhoun County Visitors Bureau, Charlie and Anne Burnham, Burnham Family Foundation, Charles and Lynn Zhang, Zhang Financial, Tom and Gayle Kolassa, Greg Moore and Carolyn Bloodworth, Consumers Energy Foundation, Vince Pavone, Lakeview Ford, Brenda Hunt, President & CEO, Battle Creek Community Foundation, Sara Jeffery and Sarah Jack, Oaklawn Hospital and Allison Stoddard, Donor Relations Associate, Binder Park Zoo
Missing from photo: Rick & Linda Tsoumas, The Planning Group, Susan Baldwin, Thomas & Gloria Olin Family Foundation and Carolyn Pavone, Signature Associates Kalamazoo/Battle Creek

From left to right; Leslie Walsh, Director of Marketing & Development, Binder Park Zoo, Amy Jones, Board Trustee, Binder Park Zoo, Diane Thompson, President & CEO, Binder Park Zoo, Rick Hughey, Executive Vice President/CEO, Irving S. Gilmore Foundation, Mrs. Joan Higgins, Linda Freybler, CEO, Calhoun County Visitors Bureau, Charlie and Anne Burnham, Burnham Family Foundation, Charles and Lynn Zhang, Zhang Financial, Tom and Gayle Kolassa, Greg Moore and Carolyn Bloodworth, Consumers Energy Foundation, Vince Pavone, Lakeview Ford, Brenda Hunt, President & CEO, Battle Creek Community Foundation, Sara Jeffery and Sarah Jack, Oaklawn Hospital and Allison Stoddard, Donor Relations Associate, Binder Park Zoo Missing from photo: Rick & Linda Tsoumas, The Planning Group, Susan Baldwin, Thomas & Gloria Olin Family Foundation and Carolyn Pavone, Signature Associates Kalamazoo/Battle Creek