Brown joined the city's Recreation and Park Department day-campers as they kicked off the Fourth of July holiday weekend by soaring through the air on a zipline.
"I'll try anything once," Brown said in a statement. "But I cannot get enough of this zipline. I'd do it all day if they let me."
The zipline, which costs $29 to ride, will run through the summer as a joint partnership between the Recreation and Park Department and Ziptrek Ecotours.
"The zipline is perfect for virtually all ages," said David Udow, co-owner of Ziptrek Ecotours in a statement.
"Families and adventure seekers alike will be able to experience the thrill of ziplining in an urban environment."