By car, Mission Out is located off the A654, on Thorpe Lane, Tingley Leeds. WF3 1SL.
Just off J28 M62. Click here for a Google map link.
MISSION OUT IS AN UNSUPERVISED PLAY PARK
- Mission Out is designed to challenge children between the ages of 6 and 14.
- Any child under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Children under the age of 6 may not be able to take part in all activities for safety reasons or restrictions. Activities are not suitable for children under 3.
- For your safety, there are strict height and weight restrictions on some of our activities.
We recommend you book online in advance to guarantee your entry. If you arrive without a booking and there is availability, we will do our best to book you into Mission Out.
On arrival, all members of your group will need to read, sign and agree to our safety information and acknowledgement of risk before entry is permitted.
Yes, group bookings can be made. Please contact our team to discuss your requirements.
Mission Out will remain open if it rains but may need to temporarily close some activities until the rain/bad weather passes and equipment has been checked and dried. If The High Rope, High Tower Jump Pillow or Adventure Golf remain closed for more than 2 hours, we will issue visitors a 50% discount voucher for their next visit.
If we experience severe adverse weather such as snow, ice, thunderstorms or very strong winds, we may take the decision to close the park for safety and will issue refunds or move bookings to an alternative available date.
Please come dressed and prepared for all weathers!
Mission Out is an outdoor attraction and the weather in Yorkshire can change during your visit. We recommend weather appropriate clothing and some of the higher equipment in the park will be more exposed to the elements.
Practical shoes, boots or trainers, which can’t easily fall off, should be worn. Please don’t wear sandals, flipflops high heels or slip-on shoes if taking part in the activities. We recommend your body, arms and legs are covered to prevent any harness rubbing or friction burns.
Long hair should be tied back to prevent entanglements.
Please note that all personal items and belongings, brought into the park are at your own risk and we accept no liability for any loss or damage.
We recommend you don’t bring valuables to Mission Out.
Yes, we offer a choice of food and drinks to keep you refuelled throughout your adventure!
The coffee bar on the ground floor of The Base serves hot and cold drinks, slush, ice cream, pick and mix and snacks. Pizza Base, located on the first floor, serves your favourite pizzas, salad bowls, snacks and hot or cold drinks; all to eat in or take out.
The Refuel Hub situated in the centre of the park offers hot food including burgers, fries, chicken nuggets, hotdogs and a selection of hot and cold drinks.
Located near The High Ropes, The Refuel Station (open at peak times) offer cold drinks, ice creams and tea or coffee.
Food purchased from our outlets can be eaten in Pizza Base or The Refuel Hub.
Yes, food and drink can be brought into Mission Out and we have plenty of picnic benches outside to eat at. Your own food or drinks cannot be consumed within our outlets and for safety reasons we do not permit alcohol, glass, crockery or barbecues in the park.
We are committed to zero waste to landfill through managing our waste streams. To help us protect our environment, we kindly ask that you recycle your food waste and all food or drink packaging in the correct waste bins within our park.
If you become separated from your child or anyone in your care, contact a member of our team straight away.
Smoking, including e-cigarettes, is prohibited anywhere in the park.
We have 600 free parking spaces and 28 easy/disabled access to the centre.
Vehicles are parked at the owners’ risk. We take no responsibility for damage caused to any vehicle using the car park and no guarantee is given as to the security of guests’ vehicles in the car park or any contents.
Customers vehicles are not permitted to remain in the carpark after Mission Out or the garden centre closes and the gates are locked.
We have 55 electric vehicle charging points including 2 rapid charge units.
We are wheelchair accessible throughout Mission Out and have suitable washroom facilities and a lift available to access Pizza Base.
From September, situated in the main Garden Centre, we’ll have a “Changing Place” facility equipped with hoist, fixed height adjustable changing table and height adjustable wash basin.
Visitors are welcome to visit Mission Out prior to making a booking to discuss requirements.
Our team at Mission Out are not medically qualified, therefore not in a position to assess the capability of our visitors to use the equipment. It is the visitor’s responsibility to undertake such an assessment before taking part in any activities.
We advise you to visit Mission Out prior to booking to undertake your own risk assessment.
Pets or animals of any nature are not permitted in Mission Out except for guide dogs, hearing dogs and registered assistance dogs.
No animal should be left in any vehicle parked at the centre. We will contact relevant authorities in relation to any animals that are left unsupervised or that are found to be in distress.
For health and safety reasons, wheelchairs, prams and strollers are the only transport device permitted in Mission Out. Bicycles, roller-blades, skateboards or similar devices are not permitted within the park.
Strictly no ball games at Mission Out.
On entry to Mission Out, your hand will be stamped. This will allow you to return within the same day if leaving the site, visiting the Garden Centre or Grass Hoppers.
Proof of booking may be required on your return.
If you require a First Aider, speak to any member of our team who will arrange this for you. We are required to log details of all accidents and incidents and will require some information from you to complete the relevant forms.
If you notice any damages, spillages or sick, wee, poo or blood, please let a member of our team know straight away.
To minimise the risk of contracting the Covid-19 virus, it is in the interest of everyone visiting Mission Out to comply with the latest Covid Government guidelines.
We will continue to have sanitising stations around the park and in our catering/retail outlets and encourage all visitors to sanitise on arrival.
All our facilities and equipment will be cleaned and sanitised each day.
- The minimum height for The High Ropes is 4.2 foot (1.3 meters) tall.
- The maximum height for The High Ropes is 6.3 foot (1.93 meters) tall.
- Max weight 20 stone (130kg)
Our course is designed to challenge you so you will need stamina and agility to progress around the course. You may find it tiring or recognise it is not for you, so make us aware before you start and our team can help establish if you take on the challenge.
The High Ropes is one of our most popular attractions so wait times may be in effect during your visit. The busiest times for this attraction are during peak times, on holidays and at weekends. Quieter times tend to be earlier in the morning so you may choose to select an earlier arrival time.
All necessary equipment will be provided on site by our epic squad!
The High Ropes experience takes around 45 minutes – this includes a briefing session that you must attend before taking part and the kitting up process. (This is subject to speed of participants and any instructor assisted descents from the course.)
When you have finished Level 1, our instructors will offer you the opportunity to access the more challenging Level 2 or return to the base of the tower. You will need strength, stamina and confidence to progress to Level 2. If you exit Level 1 and want to try Level 2 at a later stage, you will need to re-join the queue. Please note, at busy times, you may experience longer waiting times for The High Ropes course.
100%! Our state-of-the-art high ropes equipment ensures you are attached at all times when taking part.