Up...Up... & Away! Eau Claire welcomes new outdoor attractions

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- It was just back in December that Action City Family Fun Center in Eau Claire completed its newest trampoline park. Now two outdoor attractions are turning the heads of adventure seekers in the Chippewa Valley.

A new go-kart course and zip-line ride is welcoming kids and adults of all ages and construction are complete. Hello Wisconsin got an exclusive look before opening day WEAU’s Courtney Everett talked with Benny Anderson, General Manager of Metropolis Resort to learn about more about the project and how it will help tourism.

Here is the Press Release: Eau Claire, WI (April 27th) - Shirley and Tom Hahn, the owners of Action City, a 85,000 square foot family fun center & trampoline park located at Metropolis Resort, are pleased to announce that they will be opening two new outdoor attractions. Due to an early spring, construction was able to begin much earlier than anticipated and we will be opening next Saturday, May 6th, 2017, a week before we were originally scheduled to begin construction!
The outdoor expansion includes a much larger outdoor road course which will feature brand new double and single gas go-karts from JJ Amusements. This course will have banked curves and will provide you with more of a racetrack feel than our last track.

The 2-person motorized zipline ride by Soaring Eagle will quickly take riders in reverse 700 feet across as you take in a bird's eye view of the Metropolis Resort and the south side of Eau Claire. At 130 feet high, you will soar back down to the starting point by mini golf with views of Lowe's Creek Park, Eau Claire and our property.

Thank you for your continued support of Action City and Metropolis Resort. Your patronage helps us continue to truly be the place,"Where the Fun Never Stops". A gigantic thank you to all of our friends at Buesser Concrete, American Express, CVEC, Hayworth Fence, River Valley Architects, Kramer Land Design and of course, Royal Credit Union.