POSTOAK Lodge & Retreat Canopy Tour Zip Line Season Opens March 3 with New Tour & Free Zips for Teachers

POSTOAK Canopy Tours is opening on March 3rd and will be kicking off two new incentives to celebrate its eighth season, according to Trisha Kerkstra of POSTOAK. 
            “This season we are offering Time-Saver Tours. These are abbreviated zipline tours from platforms 4-7, which take 1-1.5 hours, and will be available only on on Sundays. 
            In addition, teachers can zip for free on Sunday, March 18 and 25th. Thirty teachers per Sunday may take advantage of this offer. Teachers must call the Lodge to reserve their time, and show their school ID in order to redeem the complimentary zip—either the regular or time-saver tour,” explained Kerkstra. It is first come, first serve and rain checks will not be issued.
The 3,865 feet of cable line (longer than 10 football fields) propels thrill seekers and nature lovers over treetops with amazing views.
 “Along the way, six zips and seven towers provide a bird’s-eye view of northeastern Oklahoma’s magnificent Osage Hills and downtown Tulsa.  It is a fun and rewarding ride,” Kerkstra said.
            Zipping is open Saturdays and Sundays from now until November, with expanded hours for Spring Break, Thursdays and Fridays, March 15, 16 and 22, 23. Cost is $79; $69 for youth ages 10-15; and $69 for groups of eight or more. Time Saver Tours are $49 per person.
Located seven miles northwest of downtown Tulsa, POSTOAK Canopy Tour Zip Line is one of Oklahoma’s biggest thrills, Kerkstra says.  
“Gather your friends and stay in Oklahoma for spring break and combine a canopy tour with an overnight stay in one of our cozy lodge rooms.” 
            Throughout the year, POSTOAK Lodge & Retreat is an amazing escape for large or small groups. It’s an ideal retreat for business meetings, weddings, family reunions and weekend getaways. Situated on 1,000 beautiful acres, it is located at 5323 West 31st Street North in Tulsa.
Call 918.697.2700 or visit to book a tour.    

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