Get ready to have fun like a kid again! With Tennessee attractions starting to open back up, you'll have plenty of places to re-live your childhood. You can add Foxfire Mountain Adventure Park to your post-quarantine list and explore lush landscapes above the treetops — and they reopen this weekend.

Foxfire Mountain Adventure Park in Sevierville, Tennessee is reopening on Friday, May 22 after being closed since March. The park will be taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of all guests and staff.

To keep up with guidelines set by the CDC, the usual zip lining group size of 10 will be reduced to four. This will also help to make sure there is enough space for social distancing while on tours.

All guests will also have to wear face masks while participating in any activity on the property. Temperature checks prior to entry will also take place.

With reduced capacity, there are limited spots available for zip lining and adventure packages, so making a reservation before any plans to visit might be the best idea.

This outdoor park has multiple attractions for every type of adventurer including zip lines, ATV rides, camping, and miles of hiking trails. Whether you're experienced in these adventures or not, there's something everyone can enjoy.

The park is actually home to one of the highest and longest zip lines in all the Smoky Mountains. Guests can fly down The Goliath, a 475-foot high ride that will make you zoom at speeds as fast as 55 miles per hour. This track lasts about two hours and will take you through some incredible views.

Or you can opt for the Waterfall Canopy tour, where you'll zip over mountains and a huge waterfall.

You'll also find America's second-longest swinging bridge over the water here. This 335-foot long pathway called The Bridge to Prosperity is not for those who are scared of heights.

It's easy to spend an entire day above the trees at this adventure park and this is one spot where it's encouraged to unlock your inner kid as you take a break from reality.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.