How do I get to Boundless Adventures?

Boundless Adventures is located on the Purchase College campus at 735 Anderson Hill Road in Purchase, NY.

From NYC, Southern Westchester and Long Island:
Take the Hutchinson River Parkway north to Exit 29 (North Ridge Street Rye Brook). Turn left onto Ridge Street and proceed approximately 0.6 miles to NY-120A N/King Street. Turn left onto King Street and proceed for 0.7 miles. At the traffic light turn left onto Anderson Hill Road. Proceed for 0.9 miles and turn right onto Brigid Flanagan Drive (the entrance to Purchase College). Follow signs to Boundless Adventures.

From Rockland County and Northern New Jersey (via the Tappan Zee Bridge):
Take I-287 to Exit 8E. Shortly after first traffic light, bear left onto Anderson Hill Road. Proceed approximately 2.5 miles. Campus is on the left, just after intersection at Lincoln Avenue.

From Northern Westchester:
Take I-684 South to Exit 2 (Route 120). Drive over the bridge and turn right onto Route 120 South (Purchase Street). Make the first left onto Route 120 South (Purchase Street). Follow Route 120 South 3.2 miles to Anderson Hill Road (1st traffic light) and turn left. Turn left at 2nd traffic light into campus.

From Connecticut:
Take the Merritt Parkway South (which becomes the Hutchinson River Parkway in New York State) south to New York Exit 27N (120A North/King Street/Armonk). Proceed on King Street for 0.7 miles. At the traffic light turn left onto Anderson Hill Road. Proceed for 0.9 miles and turn right onto Brigid Flanagan Drive (the entrance to Purchase College). Follow signs to Boundless Adventures.

By Train:
Take the Harlem/Metro North Line to White Plains. Board the Anderson Hill bus No. 12. Alternatively, take the New Haven/Metro North Line to Rye and take a taxi to campus. For more information about train service, see the MTA site).

By Bus:
Take the No. 12 bus Northbound from White Plains or Southbound from Yorktown, Mount Kisco, or Armonk. Buses leave approximately every hour, Monday through Saturday. (For more information about bus services visit the Beeline Bus).

What are your hours?

Check out our Locations & Hours page.

How much are tickets per person? Are group rates available?

Get ticket information at General Admissions. Group rates are available for groups of 15+ people. Check out our Group Admission page to get more information.

Do I have to be a certain age, height or weight to participate?

Participants must be 7 & older to participate. Weight limit is 265 pounds.

Age Requirements

Age 7-9

Supervised

With Adult

N/A

N/A

Age 10-11

Supervised

Supervised

With Adult

N/A

Age 12-13

Supervised

Supervised

Supervised

With Adult

Age 14+

Solo

Solo

Solo

Solo

“Supervised”: an adult (18+) guiding children (1-10 children) from the park ground.
“With Adult”: an adult (18+) must accompany children on trails – maximum of 2 children per adult.

I have no core strength. Or upper body strength. Can I participate?

Yes! Our beginner course is suitable for first-timers, regardless of personal fitness level, so long as you meet our age and weight requirements.

I'm afraid of heights. Do I have to go all the way to the tree tops?

No. You go as high up as you like. Our friendly staff are available to help you down whenever you’ve had your fill!

Which obstacle courses are kid-friendly?

For young children (age 7 and up), depending on personal fitness/skill level, we recommend our Exploration Courses. Advanced kids might want to try their hand at our Motivation Courses also.
Learn More about our course levels.

Age Requirements

Age 7-9

Supervised

With Adult

N/A

N/A

Age 10-11

Supervised

Supervised

With Adult

N/A

Age 12-13

Supervised

Supervised

Supervised

With Adult

Age 14+

Solo

Solo

Solo

Solo

“Supervised”: an adult (18+) guiding children (1-10 children) from the park ground.
“With Adult”: an adult (18+) must accompany children on trails – maximum of 2 children per adult.

Do I need a ticket if I only want to watch my friends climb and zip?

No. You have complimentary admission to the park if you only want to watch your friends and family participate. Walking paths and benches are available throughout the park for spectator guests to enjoy.

Are reservations required?

General Admissions

Reservations are required for general admissions. We can accept reservations upon your arrival, subject to harness availability. But we very strongly recommend you book in advance to avoid a long wait time. Our park is a popular destination and you never know how long the ticket line will be. You can avoid it altogether if you reserve in advance!

Group Admissions

Reservations are required to be made 2 weeks in advance for groups. Please go to our Group Admissions page for more information.

Are you open rain or shine?

Yes! Boundless Adventures is safe and fun in the rain. By purchasing a ticket, you agree to our weather policy that refunds or rain checks are not given for wet, hot or cold weather.

What is your cancellation policy?

Group cancellations made at least 2 weeks in advance of your reservation will be refunded (less the non-refundable deposit). Cancellations made less than 2 weeks in advance are not eligible for a refund. We are happy to work with you to reschedule your event. Groups that do not show up and do not provide at least 24 hours’ notice are not eligible to be refunded or rescheduled.

General admission cancellations made 48 hours in advance of your reservation will be refunded. For cancellations within a 48-hour period, a rain check ticket will be offered in lieu of a refund.

What do I wear for this?

We recommend sneakers or other comfortable closed toe shoes for our courses. Sandals, flip flops and other open-toe shoes are prohibited. In terms of clothes, we recommend fitted workout apparel. Please adhere to our rules.

Is there anything to eat at the park?

We sell cold beverages and snack items.  We welcome you to bring your own food or we can suggest local delivery options.  Picnic tables are available for your use.

Can I take pictures while I tree-climb and zip line?

We know, we know. You want photos and videos of yourself doing amazing things to show off to your Facebook and Instagram friends. Everybody does! Unfortunately, it’s not safe to use a camera while zip lining. (You need both hands to zip line!) You can, however, take pictures from our various tree platforms. You can also ask a friend to take photos of all your various treetop feats from the ground. There are plenty of ways to prove your awesomeness to your social media circle!