$55.00 per person is a steep price for this attraction. While it boasts the "longest zipline in TX", there is nothing thrilling about this attraction. There are 4 ziplines in a square pattern. So, you basically make a big square. There's no going through tree canopies, interesting skyline views.....just nothing. The decline in drops isn't even thrilling; they're all almost completely level. The front check in staff was pushy and rushing people to get ready and go out.
The actual staff ON the ziplines with us were awesome! There was this one guy who was a firefighter but working there part-time. He made fast friends with my 10 yr old daughter, tandem zipped with her and helped her out so much. He will be part of her awesome memory of the place.
I liked that they had early morning times, so we could avoid the 100+ TX heat. They were convienently located and accessible. But, on the whole, not thrilling and too expensive.
So, I'd give a 3 out of 5.
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