Squirrel obstacle course review: Squirrel obstacle courses are like the playground for kids

The squirrel obstacle course is like the children’s playground for the most part, with a few special rules: No children under the age of 12 are allowed in the course.

No adult is allowed to go near the course and not in the line of sight of a squirrel.

There is no way to get in or out.

No person may use a power wheelchair or walker, except for the person who has permission to do so.

It is recommended that children have a parent or guardian with them at all times.

And, the only time a person may go near a squirrel is during the closing time of the course, when it is the only place to put down a trash can.

But for those who want to see it for themselves, there are a few more rules:No pets or wildlife allowed, and no pets or pets of any kind are allowed inside the course at any time.

No squirrels or other wildlife are allowed within 500 feet of the path.

The Squirrel Challenge course, as the name suggests, is a squirrel obstacle courses, in the words of one of the park’s designers, Dr. Mark Gershoff, an associate professor of environmental science and engineering at UC Santa Barbara.

The course was developed by Gersh, a former member of the California Academy of Sciences and a professor of biology at UC Irvine, to teach kids about wildlife in the wild.

The course, like many park-themed obstacles, includes a twist on traditional obstacles that make it fun for kids to learn how to balance and control a squirrel, which are also known as squirrels.

Here’s how it works:The Squirrel course includes obstacles that are placed on a circular course in a way that makes them easy to balance.

The goal is to get the squirrel in a certain spot, but there is also a challenge for kids who want a challenge.

One of the courses includes a squirrel cage, which is the first obstacle to make kids think about balance.

As they move toward the cage, they’re asked to try to balance on their hind legs.

Then, a rope with a squirrel on it hangs from the cage.

Gersh and his team are working on other obstacles that teach kids to balance, including a bird cage that teaches kids to move around on a bird’s back.

They’ve also created a water tower that kids can climb to see how the water behaves on a pond or lake.

Gansh told ABC News that while the squirrel obstacle can be challenging for kids, it’s one of many ways kids can learn about wildlife and environmental issues.

“I think that it’s the most accessible obstacle out there for kids,” he said.

“There are a lot of kids who have never been outdoors and this is an opportunity for them to really explore what that’s like.”

Gershoff said the goal of the Squirrel Challenge is to inspire kids to get involved in nature, and he said that the course is an extension of his work as an educator.

“Kids have been taught for decades about wildlife, the environment, and the importance of conserving the natural resources,” he explained.

“And they’re also learning about how to use the natural resource for good and good for them.”ABC News’ Kristin E. Williams contributed to this report.