Listings in Ziplines and Family Activities
The Gorge is one of America's steepest and fastest zipline canopy tour courses, offering a unique and thrilling tree-based, aerial adventure. The course descends an 1,100 feet over 11 zip lines, 3 automated free-fall rappels, and a sky bridge.
166 Honey Bee Drive
Saluda, North Carolina 28773
The Vertical Trek has 11 zip lines, multiple high crossings and a Tarzan swing. The 3-hour tour begins with a scenic chairlift ride to the highest point in York County, with various bridges, cargo nets and a Tarzan swing up to 40 ft. in the air.
925 Roundtop Road
Lewisberry, Pennsylvania 17339
Ocoee River Canopy Tour sails over 14 wooded acres with 9 zip line sections and 3 swinging sky bridges. Enjoy this tree-based canopy tour with spectacular views of Big Frog Mountain and Cherokee National Forest.
Copperhill, Tennessee 37317
Tweetsie Rail Road Wild West Theme Park operates two powerful steam locomotives so children and families can let their imaginations run wild and discover all sorts of fun - as cowboys, Indians or engineers - or get up close and personal with…
300 Tweetsie Railroad Road
Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605
Museum of the Cherokee Indian is open 7 days a week year round. The museum is a unique cultural and historical tour fused with interactive video, intriguing displays, and a full sensory experience.
589 Tsali Blvd.
Cherokee, North Carolina 28719
Moses Cone Estate is a 13,000-sq. ft. house built by Moses H. Cone on 3,600 acres. It's located at milepost 294 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The estate is managed by the National Park Service and has a Craft Center.
Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 292-295
Boone, North Carolina 28605
The Cradle of Forestry provides a snap shot of life at America's first school of Forestry. Walk along the Forest Festival Trail complete with a restored 1915 logging locomotive. Take a ride with firefighters aboard a helicopter on their way to...
11250 Pisgah Highway (US 276)
Pisgah Forest, North Carolina 28768
Remodeled in 1992, McCormick Field is one of the oldest operating minor-league baseball parks in North America. McCormick Field is home to the Asheville Tourists, a Class A farm team of the Colorado Rockies.
30 Buchanan Place
Asheville, North Carolina 28802