A wild ride from a land down under.
There are two ways to have this kind of fun: Fly 6,000 miles to New Zealand, or make the short drive to Pigeon Forge. The Outdoor Gravity Park is home to the iconic New Zealand adventures, OGO, and Fishpipe extreme rides. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to go Zorbing where you slip, slide, and get wet (without tumbling).
Serving as our facility’s signature attraction, the OGO could only be straight out of New Zealand. This ball is 11 feet in diameter, bouncy, and sits perched at the top of a 1,000-foot hill. In a matter of moments, you go rolling towards the bottom, and slip & sliding —but no tumbling.
But first, up to three of your closest friends dive into the sphere’s belly. Then, we toss in ten gallons of water before closing the door. Lastly, you’re on your own. The fast and adrenaline-packed descent down our 1,000-foot hill is more akin to a bouncy water slide or a rolling Jacuzzi. The water makes for a slippery ride (sans tumbling). Bring a swimsuit and towel, and join us rain or shine all year long.
In the fall/winter we offer a dry option called DRYGO. The DRYGO is made up of three plastic spheres, one inside the other. Passengers stay dry as they slip and slide in their own little universe as the smaller sphere spins inside the middle sphere (again, absolutely no tumbling—if we haven’t already made that crystal clear). Please call ahead to see if the dry option is open for spring/summer.
You must be at least five years old to ride the OGO—weight for individual riders cannot exceed 260 pounds. During the busy summer season and to avoid peak wait times, Outdoor Gravity Park recommends visitors come before 11:30 am or after 3:30 pm.