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Experience this beautiful, 70 nature park and discover why it has quickly turned into a favorite for visitors to the Great Smoky Mountains. Choose from our complete zip line tour that includes 6 lines ranging from 450 to 2,000 feet long or hit the...more
All reviews zip lining horseback riding first timers thanks guys felt very safe my husband scared of heights made us feel a lot of fun feel comfortable bucket list great family fun fun experience whole family pigeon forge year old daughter dan
Our guides were great, funny and friendly. They did a really great job teaching the safety course and letting us know what to expect from each line. 7 lines over about 1.5 hours for $75. We had a blast. Also they take pictures of you...More
Two of us had birthdays on the same day. Our wives decided to surprise us with a trip to Pigeon Forge with a special treat of zip-lining. From Brian in reservations to the workers on check-in, to Jesse and Cliff as our guides, this was...More
Thanks a lot for a great time Matt and Jesse!!! You guys are awesome had an awesome time!!! Could not reach up to break and had to go with Matt, but even tho I had to ride with a guide it was a great experience!!
Great time with Cliff and Adam. Gave us humor and safety all the way. The longest line was 1000 ft. was great we did a course over a river and horse trail. Had a fun time would recommend others to visit.
Matt and Tim were our instructors and they made a normally very fun experience even better. It was our first time zip lining and with the sense of humor and a awesome attitude in our group we loved it. Would recommend this place to anyone....More
Thank you to Matt and Jesse for the amazing experience. Pur guides were polite, funny, and considerate. These guys made me forget about my fears of falling and taught me to enjoy the flight! Thank you guys so much, and we hope to fly high...More
My husband & I took our kids here for the day to Zipline. We was on vacation the weekend of Aug 17th from Ohio. Our instructors were Cotey & Cliff. They were polite, funny , outgoing down to earth people. They treated us fantastic. My...More
I have been wanting to try zip lining and finally had the chance at 64 years old! I booked this event for my 10-year old grandson, son and myself. Matt and Alicia were our guides. They hooked us safely in the harnesses and went over...More
Guides Alicia and Matt were super informative about all of the procedures and made sure everyone was safe and had a great time! Alicia and Matt made my wife and I completely comfortable on our first zip line experience and made us feel like pros...More
Had a fantastic time at adventure Park. All the staff are very experienced and take care of whom see visits. We did ropes course with Patrice, horseback riding with Stephanie and zip line courses with Matt and Tim. All of whom were wonderful. Highly recommend...More
I'd estimate you are moving at 12 to 25 mph. One of the six zips was slower. Nothing terrifying at all. A lady in our group was 78 and had a blast, no problem! They started us off with a short and slower course. One course... More
I'd estimate you are moving at 12 to 25 mph. One of the six zips was slower. Nothing terrifying at all. A lady in our group was 78 and had a blast, no problem! They started us off with a short and slower course. One course travels over a pond. All seven zips we did were self braking except one. This means you have to use your gloved hand on the cable. to slow yourself down as you arrive at the end. On one zip they let us fly free with no braking, the attendant grabs your harness strap when you get to the end. This is the way to go, as the braking takes away from the fun as you have to pay attention to when to start braking. Some parks in this area have all "no braking zips" as we found out after going to this one. The people that own this one have two other parks and I think I remember one of them is brake free. I'll also mention this: They over emphasize the tipping thing at this park for the guide-attendents. We tip when good service is given but this place went too far. They even had signs on the trees about tipping. And at the end a heavy framed woman steps up and gives a "this is how they make their living" speech,....I kid you not!