Braves’ SunTrust Park will have a kid-friendly area with zip line

You know those activities that parents love and also tires out energy-filled kids?

Thanks to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and the Atlanta Braves, SunTrust Park can be that place for you.

The organizations announced Friday that the new home of the Braves will have a kid-friendly area with tons of activities to tucker out rambunctious kiddos.

“Braves games have always been a fantastic family outing, and SunTrust Park will feature an even larger space for baseball-themed kids activities,” Braves president of business Derek Schiller said in the statement.

"Hope and Will's Sandlot" will feature what a press release claims to be the first zip line and climbing tower inside a professional sporting venue.

There will also be a batting case, carnival games and interactive pitching and batting games.

Don’t forget the made-for-kids baseball fare.

The announcement mentioned something else exciting: “The Braves and Children's will be bringing back a longtime tradition and crowd-pleasing favorite for Braves families — kids running the bases after Sunday games.”

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