Find the best ziplining parks across the US. We’ve picked nine of the most amazing to visit with kids from Hawaii to Florida. Take a look.
Camelback Mountain Adventures, one of the best ziplining parks in Pennsylvania
Camelback Mountain Adventures claim their 4000 foot zipline is one of the longest in North America. If you want to put it to the test, ride the chairlift to the top of Camelback Mountain then let loose at speeds up to 60mph. Even if this incredible family ziplining experience doesn’t officially break records, it deserves awards for sheer excitement and amazing mountain views.
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The Canyons Zip Line and Canopy Tours, Ocala, Florida
Whilst most people think of Florida being flat, in Ocala / Marion County, you will find a zip line tour over massive limestone canyons providing more than enough elevation for an exhilarating tour.
There are 9 zips on the 3-hour tour. Including the longest zip over water in the US. There are also two rope bridges which test the nerves. The views are stunning as you move very quickly over tree tops and through beautiful nature. Keep an eye out for alligators below.
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Kapohokine Adventures, Hawaii
Kapohokine Adventure Company specialise in Big Island tours and activities, including several sensational family ziplining experiences. Try Zipline Through Paradise with older kids. It’s one of the longest rides. It incorporates eight different lines, covers an area of almost two miles and sweeps you up to 2400 foot and over. Dare to keep your eyes open for the entire tour (it lasts just over three hours) and you’ll see tropical river gorges, rainforests, waterfalls, mountains and more.
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ZipRider, Icy Strait Point, Alaska
The ZipRider at Icy Strait Point in Alaska is the world’s largest zip-rider. It drops 1320 feet at a 25% gradient, reaches speeds of up to 65mph and the immense Alaskan views are astonishing all the way. and sharp-eyed kids should keep a look out for whales and bears on the ride up to ZipRider.
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Captain Zipline, Colorado
The Captain Zipline tours in Colorado aren’t the longest in the US, but they do have some of the best landscape to zip across. A total of seven lines run for 700 feet and reach speeds of up to 40mph. They soar over the astonishing Arkansas River canyon with the Rocky Mountains bringing drama in the background.
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Skyline Ziplines, another of the best ziplining parks in Hawaii
For scenic grandeur on the grandest scale you want Haleakala Skyline Ziplines in Maui’s Haleakala National Park. Here a total of five zip lines reach speeds of 40 mph through the park’s lush rainforest. Each tour lasts 90 minutes and every single one of them is awe inspiring.
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New York Zipline Canopy Tours, one of the best ziplining parks in New York state
New York Zipline Canopy Tours in the Catskill Mountains claim to have the fastest, highest, and longest zip lines in North America. Several fun adventures are up for grabs here. First timers should try the family-friendly Mid Mountain Tour: six ziplines; four suspension bridges; nine tree platforms and a 65 foot rappel to finish with.
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Hocking Hills Canopy Tours, Ohio
You can spend an entire afternoon family ziplining at Hocking Hills Canopy Tours, Ohio. The three hour adventure features 11 different zip lines, including two that cross the Hocking River.
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Stowe Mountain ZipTour, Vermont
The Stowe Mountain ZipTour starts at the top of Mt. Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak. The total ride runs down nearly 4,500 feet of cable wire at speeds of up to 60 mph. The adventure lasts two hours and, no surprise; the Vermont mountain scenery is gorgeous.