SUAMICO - Some new attractions could soon be coming to the N.E.W. Zoo and Reforestation camp in Suamico.
Zoo and camp leaders have proposed adding an adventure park to the area.
That would include dual zip lines from the camp's fire tower near the zoo entrance.
It would also include a climbing wall and a ropes-challenge course.
A day at the proposed park would likely cost about $20, and include admission to the N.E.W. Zoo.
However, costs are still being worked out.
Local leaders say the idea is another way to attract tourists to the area.
"And here is one example where the county can truly take a step forward in improving upon our ability to attract those tourism dollars to make sure they are spent here locally and then continue our projects and assets here," said Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach.
"This is an opportunity that we are going to be able to do, is to be able to create family memories for the future, for people we haven't even touched yet," added N.E.W. Zoo Director Neil Anderson.
If passed by the Brown County Board, part of the attraction could open this fall.
Although, organizers say the spring of 2014 is more likely for a full opening.
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