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About Loco Ropes
High-wire, heart-pumping treetop courses with 30+ challenges to test your nerve, endurance, agility, & strength - all in the name of adventure, using cutting-edge technology & ACCT standards to keep you safe. Those looking for an introduction into our adrenaline fueled world can try the Flying Pig – our 300’ zip line. Swing, zip, & leap from tree to tree! No organized event needed, this family friendly attraction excites adrenaline junkies & outdoor enthusiasts, alike.
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Donna B wrote a review Jul 2021
1 contribution3 helpful votes
Heads up if you make a reservation you will be charged for the courses ahead of time. If you just show up, your young ones can opt out of courses after trying one. This bit us in the butt. The company just said, "sorry". Wish we had known before!!!!!!!
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Date of experience: July 2021
1 Helpful vote
Derek B wrote a review Apr 2021
3 contributions
My 10-year-old daughter and I did the 2nd ropes course. It was a challenging but great course. They said it would take us between 1/2 hour and an hour. It took us at least an hour and fifteen minutes. The course was fine, but our guide was not as gentle and nurturing as he should have been with children. He gave us good training, but when it was clear that my daughter was a little anxious, it would have been good for him to learn how to speak encouraging words. Instead, he kept talking about large snakes in the area who can climb trees, etc. Also, half-way through the course, he just sort of disappeared, to let us finish it up on our own. He sounded a little impatient when I yelled for him to remind me how to end with the zipline. He was waiting at the top of a hill, but not where I could see him. He came over and said for us to just do it like I trained you. Well, that was about an hour earlier, and I had forgotten. So, all things considered, most of the customer service, etc. was very good, but the guid was a little week.
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Date of experience: April 2021
Heather D wrote a review Mar 2021
1 contribution
Very disappointed. Was confused when we were given a tutorial with another group on how to unhook and then use a key to unlock a ring and then hook it back.... had no idea you would be in charge of going through the course on your own. We would not have made the two hour drive if we were told this information up front. I had called a week prior to make reservations and asked specifically what it entailed and if it was something my seven-year- old could do. I was told the courses are very easy and the #2 course only takes a little balance. Not that you had to be in charge of the ropes and basically given no time or instruction on this. No one asked or offered other services once we decided not to go forward, no help in taking off the harness or where to leave it. Horrible experience.
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Date of experience: March 2021
Lisa wrote a review Aug 2020
Abbeville, Louisiana7 contributions1 helpful vote
I took my three kids aged 11, 9, and 7. We all did course 1 and 2. We had such a good time. It was challenging and we had to work together. But, it was fun and we laughed a lot too. It was a great experience for the family!
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Date of experience: August 2020
teaseya2 wrote a review Jun 2020
Lake Charles, Louisiana127 contributions85 helpful votes
I visited Loco Ropes Adventure on Wednesday 6-17-20. I chose to do all 3 Ropes/Zipline courses. I was grouped with a young woman and her two nieces. We completed course 2 (green) first with little difficulty. Then to course 1 (yellow ) easiest. We then chose to move onto course 3 (green) most difficult. Young woman working the course advised the first 4 obstacles were hardest part of course 3 and were upper body challenging. She was correct and the remaining obstacles were much easier. However, for me the last 4 obstacles resulted in me needing rescuing. On a Zipline I failed to properly stop myself on the platform and unfortunately ended up going backwards and stopping midway on Zipline. At this point I had no upper body strength to reach the wire to maybe inch myself along using my hands. Therefore, a nice young man “Rocko” had to come and rescue me. He had to Zipline to me and connect to me to bring me to the platform. Just as we reached the platform I got dizzy and black spots in my eyes and knew I was in trouble. After finally getting on platform I had to remain kneeled as I couldn’t see and felt as though I’d pass out, and I believe I did blackout even if for a few seconds. I felt like I was sleeping and then I heard Rocko talking to me and I woke up thinking “$&@?, I’m still up here”. Rocko was super nice, reassuring and patient in letting me get my bearings and blood flow back. He said sometimes just sitting in harness (which is what I did waiting for him ) can affect blood flow and adrenaline. I believe it was blood flow issue from harness because I was relaxed and ok with waiting for his assistance. Once I regained my faculties, he stayed with me thru the last two balance obstacles and then one final Zipline to ground and I finished all three courses. Thank you Rocko for the assist and patience. Suggestions to anyone doing all 3 courses, wear full set gloves, I had set workout gloves that only covers to first knuckle and had 3 fingers w blisters. Also, if you do all 3 courses, take a few water breaks, and maybe snack before course 3, just in case you need extra energy and be mindful to stick your landing on the Zipline platform so you won’t have to be rescued. All staff was super friendly and it was lots of fun. My only suggestion would be to install Zipline stop adapter to avoid my situation. I’ve been on many Ziplines and they typically have a person to help stop you or a device that catches the equipment to avoid backward motions. Great course design and it’s predominately under trees so you don’t really need sunglasses or hats.
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Date of experience: June 2020
4 Helpful votes