Summer is here!

It’s time to ditch the heavy winter coats, put away the wool socks, and get outside for some fresh air and fun.

But what should you wear when you go to an amusement park in the summer?

The answer: It depends on what kind of amusement park you’re going to.

Summer is here, and it’s time to get out and explore!

Whether you’re going on a road trip, or just hanging out at home, it’s always fun to take in the sights and sounds of your local amusement park.

But what should you wear?

In this article, we’ll go over some of the best outfits for enjoying a day at the park.

What to wear to an amusement park in the summer

Summer is here, and that means it’s time to get out and enjoy the weather!

What better way to do that than at an amusement park? Amusement parks are a great place to spend time with family and friends, and there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re into roller coasters, water rides, or just want to take in some of the scenery, there’s something for everyone.

But if you’re planning on going to an amusement park this summer, you need to know what to wear so that you can have fun without worrying about being uncomfortable (or worse).

The summer is a time for fun and relaxation, which means it’s also a great time to take your kids to an amusement park. But with so many things to do and see, how do you know what to wear?

If you’re going on a hot day, it’s important to make sure that you can stay cool in the sun. You want something that will keep your body temperature regulated and prevent overheating. A lightweight material like cotton or linen will help you feel comfortable in both warm and cool temperatures. A long-sleeved shirt or tank top with short shorts or leggings will keep your skin covered while still letting you move around freely. You can also try a hat or visor if the sun is particularly bright out.

Have you ever been to an adventure park? If not, what are you waiting for? If so, then you know that it’s a great place to have fun and enjoy the outdoors. But did you know that what you wear can have an impact on your experience?

Adventure parks are typically full of things to do, from zip lining and rock climbing to mini golf and paintball. But what should you wear?

Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered! Read on for tips on what to wear for every part of your adventure park visit.

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One of the things that makes us unique is our focus on adventure: we’re a blog dedicated to all things outdoors, from hiking and backpacking to camping, climbing and mountaineering. But even though we love these activities, we know that sometimes you just want to kick back with a good book or watch your favorite TV show in your own home. That’s why we’ve created this guide: so you can dress for any adventure this summer—whether it’s a weekend at home or a week in the woods!

You’re going on an adventure. It’s going to be a blast—you can feel it in your bones. And you’ve got the best outfit for the occasion, but what is that exactly?

We’re here to tell you: it’s whatever makes you feel like a million bucks. This is not about what looks good; this is about how you feel when you look at yourself in the mirror and know that you are ready for anything.

Ziplining and climbing at an Adventure Park is a thrilling experience for both beginners and experienced climbers. There’s something about flying through the trees with the wind blowing in your hair and finishing an obstacle course that makes you feel unstoppable!

However, the wrong clothes could put a damper on your adventure. Since you wear a harness that goes over your clothes, you’ll want to wear comfortable and suitable clothing to make the most out of your experience. We’ll share some tips on clothing so that you can have the most enjoyable day at the Park. If you have more questions, visit our Help Center or give us a call!

Tops: Something that’s Comfortable and Allows You to Move
When you’re ziplining and climbing around the Park, you’ll want to wear a top that’s comfortable and provides you with a good range of motion. Keep in mind that you’ll have on a harness that goes around your chest and back, and you don’t want a shirt to ride up or get bunched up under the harness. A good choice would be a shirt that you can tuck in or one that stays put.

Bottoms: Something that’s Longer and Moves Easily
Like tops, you’ll want to wear a bottom that’s comfortable and allows for a good range of movement. The harness fits around your waist and legs, and your weight will rest on the leg loops, so you’ll want to wear something that won’t rub around the loops. We suggest wearing long pants, capris, leggings or longer shorts. Bottoms that are made for working out or hiking, with a moisture-wicking, close-fitting fabric, are a great choice. Above all, make sure that your bottoms will be comfortable and allow for movement.

Shoes: Closed-Toed
You may not think much about footwear because you picture yourself flying through the air on a zipline, but your experience will include climbing through a course consisting of bridges, ropes and other crossings. Closed-toed shoes are required, so plan appropriately. Make sure your footwear is secure, as you don’t want to lose a shoe on your adventure.

Layers
We climb in rain or shine, on sunny days and chilly ones. Plan for the weather and dress in layers. On hot days, choose moisture-wicking fabrics. If the weather is going to be on the chilly side, such as in the morning or evening, you might want to wear a jacket. Just make sure that it’s not too bulky so you have a good range of motion.

Protective Gloves
Protective gloves are HIGHLY recommended when climbing at the Park. As part of our current health and safety guidelines, we’re not providing “community” gloves at this time. However, we encourage you to bring your own gloves or purchase a pair online or from our retail store. Protective gloves will make gripping easier and prevent skin irritations or cuts. Examples of protective gloves include work gloves, garden gloves and bike gloves. Leather-palmed are ideal, but any protective gloves are permitted.

Accessories
Hats, sunglasses and other accessories are permitted, but make sure that are well-fitted and secured. After all, you don’t want to lose your favorite shades on a zipline! If you have long hair, tie it back and out of the way.

Skin Protection
The sun can be deceiving. You may think you’re protected by the trees’ shade, but the sun has a way of peeking through. Before you enter the Park, apply a thick layer wherever your skin is exposed. Depending on where you live and what time of day it is, you may encounter bugs. Avoid them by applying bug spray before you enter the Park.

Weather
Check the weather before you go to a Park. The last thing you want to do is be unprepared and not enjoy your day! We’ve got tips on climbing and ziplining in the summer, as well as cool weather climbing tips.

Now that You Know What to Wear Ziplining, Join Us!
We have several Adventure Parks, all of which offer a truly remarkable aerial adventure park experience. To learn more about Adventure Parks, visit our What is an Adventure Park page. Our Parks are perfect for family outings, groups and birthday parties. Check out all we have to offer at a Park near you and reach out to us if you have any questions.

what not to wear to a theme park

Do Not wear shorts that look like you’re wearing underwear (not to mention get your butt cheeks BURNT when you sit down on a hot seat – I’d say this is for all the time). White shorts or khaki shorts get extremely dirty, any light colored materials for the one reason of them looking filthy in two seconds.

What to Wear & NOT Wear at the Amusement Park

Monday my oldest son, a friend and my husband went to Six Flags Great America. It was a blast, my husband and I haven’t been in over ten years, but it was exactly what I remembered it to be. While you’re waiting in line for 60 plus minutes for nearly each ride you get on, you do a lot of people watching so I came up with a do’s and don’t list for what to wear & not wear to the amusement park.

Do wear appropriate shoes. Sneakers or water like sneakers would be the most appropriate.

DO NOT wear heels or sandals. I saw a lot of sandals break and feet slipping around in them. Being on your feet all day you really need to be smart for your feet. There are a lot of cute little sneakers if you’re looking for the “cute”factor.

Do wear material that’s breathable and comfortable — not to mention (and this isn’t just for the amusement park) find material that fits your body. Some material is clingy and so ill flattering.

Do Not wear material that you can see through when it gets wet. Find a bra where your ladies are not going to fall out when you’re on the coasters, or just walking around for that matter. Or a dress/skirt (I know some that this is all they wear.. wear a garment underneath for modesty.)

Amusement Park Apparel

Do wear shorts that aren’t going to ride up,or make you feel as you have to constantly adjust them. Mesh shorts or a light fabric that dries quickly are ideal.

Do Not wear shorts that look like you’re wearing underwear (not to mention get your butt cheeks  BURNT when you sit down on a hot seat – I’d say this is for all the time). White shorts or khaki shorts get extremely dirty, any light colored materials for the one reason of them looking filthy in two seconds.

Do wear: if you’re a jewelry girl — stud earrings or a small dainty necklace if need be.

Do not wear dangle earrings or statement necklaces.

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I admit I was a little worried on what I should wear when we went. It was hot and I knew I wanted something I would be comfortable in. I opted for my favorite distressed denim cut-off shorts that are always extremely comfortable on me & one of my favorite new tank tops the Blessed Mama camo tank top from That Chic Mom’s tees on Etsy. Grabbed my most comfortable sneakers and a pair of stud earrings & I admit this outfit was perfect all day. No fidgeting and I was comfortable.

After the day my husband and I decided — your a minority if you do not have a tattoo our age or younger, converse sneakers are the shoe of choice and graphic tee’s and tanks are overall the apparel most people choose to wear! What would you wear to the Amusement park?

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