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Honeysuckle Hill Farm Zip Line

Springfield, TN, USA
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About Honeysuckle Hill Farm Zip Line
Honeysuckle Hill Zip Line Tree Top Canopy Tour is located just 30 minutes from Nashville, Clarksville, and Hendersonville, Tennessee. It is Middle Tennessee’s most exciting Outdoor Adventure! Soar through the Tree Tops on a mile of Zip Line. Three Sky Towers, Sky Bridges, and 8 Zip Lines combine to make our Tree Top Canopy Tour a one of a kind adventure for your family, friends, and co-workers. Reservations are required.
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Patjamesj wrote a review Oct 2019
Westville13 contributions5 helpful votes
Went with our family today and the farm is very clean and pretty. Unfortunately a lot of the activities our 12 year old son wanted to do were not open. I don't believe anything was mentioned on their website that said these attractions would be closed today because we wouldn't have driven an hour one way and pay what we did. I tried calling several times to speak with someone, but never was able to talk to anyone. I guess they weren't expecting the amount of people that were there today (even though they knew it was a holiday) because they had just the hot dog/pizza counter open and it was ALWAYS about a 25 minute wait to just purchase a bottle of water. All in all a nice place, just disappointed about the attractions being closed and lack of food.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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TAK0269 wrote a review Oct 2019
Clarksville, Tennessee526 contributions123 helpful votes
First let me say there is a lot to do here. You will walk a LOT! And only two bathrooms close to each other and far away from most of the things to do....not a good combination with small children. We went on Thursday. I called and here is misinformation starts I was told that they had mini pumpkins that were as little as 2 for a $1..not true...also after the tractor was leaving us at the pumpkin site we were told pumpkins are 39 cents a pound not true. If you go during the week many of the venues are closed such as restaurant and some other venues only open on weekends...but you will pay the same online! We went on the crossover from school groups leaving at 1pm and open to the public at noon. If you go before the school kids leave plan on having kids push your child out of the way and cut in front of smaller children in line. There was no adult supervision to keep children under control. Not to say it would matter. There are three cows set up to get feel for milking. Two did not have any water in the buckets the one that did had udders so far back the little ones could not reach them. There is no petty farm there are a few animals behind fences. Over all found it to be very disappointing due to misinformation, not everything open, lack of adult supervision, extremity high prices. Would not return as there are many other venues that are better.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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TheRealJTForReal wrote a review Oct 2019
Hopkinsville, Kentucky324 contributions52 helpful votes
this place is crazy...all kinds of stuff to do from zip lines ro rock climbing to multiple playgrounds and rides to a corn maze and much more...the only down side is that several of the things i mentioned cost extra money beyond the initial ticket to get in. although most of the paid activities are a modest cost, it can add up quick if you have a large group or want to do something multiple times. we didnt do any of the extra activities and my kids had a blast anyway. lots of hills and ground to cover (we spent about 3-4 hours there) so if you go on a warm day be sure to pack some water becasue they charge over $2 per bottle. lots of hills and walking to see everything they have to offer so if you have a hard time with mobility you may want to search for a different option or have some option ready to help move you around. definitely worth a visit and we will come back again, maybe even this winter.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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joshuas798 wrote a review Oct 2018
Nashville14 contributions17 helpful votes
First of all I had a beautiful day with my family but my wallet is empty from being RIPPED OFF. I fully believe in a business making money but Honeysuckle truly is price gouging people and they should be ashamed. I played $55 for me, my wife and my eight year old daughter just to enter. Some of the things were closed and other things you could take your child to a park for free and find the same type playground equipment. You have to pay $15 extra for the Zipline, $5, if you want to shoot some apples, you get the idea. We bought a bag of Kettle Corn 7.95, a corn dog 3.95 and small bag of chips 1, a fountain diet coke that only comes in a souvenir mug $8. It was $23.95 including tax. This was our second time here and this time you don't get a free mini pumpkin. It was 8 for our pumpkin. The corn maze was dried up and nothing like it used to be. Place is way overpriced for what it is.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Kellie P wrote a review Oct 2018
Nashville, Tennessee40 contributions6 helpful votes
Great outing for families with Young children in the 4-15 age group. We went with our 10 month old just get to get some great photos. We enjoyed ourselves! It was on the expensive side. So maybe go with a group to save or purchase tickets online. Definitely make a day of it. There is plenty to do.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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