Here’s Where You Can Zip Line Near Greenville, SC

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Are you looking for places to zip line near Greenville? Zip-lining is a recreational activity that guarantees to wow your kids and one that they won’t stop talking about for a while. There’s something about braving those tracks and feeling a sense of accomplishment (and relief) upon completing it. Check out our list of zip-lining experiences that range from our local playgrounds, indoor gyms to farms and forest reserves. 

For a safe and awesome experience, we do recommend going to an organization that follows industry safety standards and pay careful attention to staff instructions.

Where to Zip Line Near Greenville

Playgrounds with Park-Style Zip Lines for Kids

You don’t have to go too far for your kids to have some zip-lining fun. Much of our local playgrounds feature a short track appropriate for young ones. Our writers are always on the lookout for new features parks including zip-lining in these three parks. Here’s an extensive review of the newly renovated  Benson Automotive Kid’s Planet in Greer (formerly Kid’s Planet) which has multiple zip lines. 

Gower Park Zip Line

Zip Lines at Indoor Trampoline Parks

Always on-trend, first it was trampoline parks, then ninja courses and then zip lines, these adventure zones never run out of ideas to make jumping and flying in the air a true thrill. Find out more about what they have to offer by reading trampoline parks near the Upstate. If you don’t want to pay for grip socks (non-slip socks), don’t forget to bring your old pair from your last visit when going to one of these indoor parks.

Outdoor Aerial Adventures Sites With Zip Lines Near Greenville, SC

We love these new aerial parks which have you zip-lining from tree to tree outfitted in helmets, harnesses, and gloves. It’s the perfect outdoor activity for sunny days. Our thrill-seeking editors have visited a couple of these parks on the list to give you the inside scoop about these parks and places to eat nearby. Although younger children may not be able to do the steeper adventures, most of these locations have a kid’s course so they don’t miss out.

Barefoot Acres

181 Barefoot Acres Way Fountain Inn | 864.484.3879
We haven’t been to Barefoot Acres but we are super curious about their kid-friendly farm programs which have gotten rave reviews from past visitors and of course we can’t wait to zip line around their farm.

Flying Rabbit Adventures

821 Laurens Road, Greenville | 864.230.0191
We love the kid’s course and the larger ariel adventure course which contains 5 ziplines and lots of other elements. Check out our review of Flying Rabbit Adventures.

Flying Rabbit Adventures
Flying Rabbit Adventures

Treetop Quest

16 Alma St, Greenville | 864.907.9539

With multiple courses to fit a variety of ages and skill levels, Treetop quest is a good option for family fun. The attraction includes 88 obstacles, 27 zip lines, and a net trampoline. The highest zipline is 40 feet from the ground. Check out our full review of Treetop Quest.
Note: Treetop is currently closed for winter. It will reopen on March 5th.

Treetop Quest course

Zip-lining Courses in Western North Carolina

Craving higher elevations and beautiful views? These outdoor centers will have you flying through a river gorge or an old forest and are certainly worth a day or weekend trip. Also, Lauren has some great tips on visiting the Nantahala Outdoor Center.  

Nantahala Outdoor Center

13077 US-19 Bryson City, North Carolina | 828.785.5082

Note: Open from March to October.

The Green River Gorge Zipline Canopy Tour

166 Honey Bee Drive Saluda, NC | 828.749.2500

Note: They have a minimum age of 10 years old and participants must weigh between 70 to 250 lbs.

Zip-Lining in North Georgia

Historic Banning Mills

205 Horseshoe Dam Road, Whitesburg, GA | 770.834.9149

Note: Open year round; home to the world’s longest zipline at nearly three-quarters of a mile long. Read our review of Historic Banning Mills.

About the Author
A Greenville transplant, Anna, is a former fundraiser for art museums and charities in NY and NJ. Before heading south, her husband's job brought them to Pune, Shanghai and her hometown, Manila. She and her family are happy to settle in Greenville and enjoy hiking the beautiful parks of the Upstate, visiting museums and historic places, and last but not least, hunting for the best BBQ in town.

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