Ziplines in Virginia

Bear Mountain Ziplines
Experience adventure in the Shenandoah Valley at Bear Mountain Ziplines. The course is set on 50 acres of forested area, and includes 7 ziplines, with a total of 2,500 feet of racing. The last zipline is 1000 feet long and will bring you to the 3-story Bear Scramble climbing wall. Participants must be at least 8 years old to ride.

East Coast Ziplines
East Coast Ziplines is a mobile zipline company, bringing a zipline experience directly to your home, party, picnic, or event. The portable zipline can expand to 220 feet and is available in Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.

Go Ape! Freedom Park
Located just minutes from Colonial Williamsburg, Go Ape’s treetop adventure features two miles of hiking trails, 20 miles of biking trails, and 37 obstacles, including a trapeze, a wobbly ladder, two Tarzan swings, and five ziplines. The grand finale zipline is a whopping 600 feet long.

Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing
Harpers Ferry Adventure Center has a 500 foot tandem zipline that is 40 feet high. Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing is an adventure and challenge course facility featuring rock climbing, rappelling, kayaking, caving, canoeing, backpacking, mountain biking.

The Adventure Park at Sandy River Retreat
The Adventure Park at Sandy River Retreat is Central Virginia’s largest zipline and aerial adventure park,
featuring 52 obstacles and 12 ziplines. Each trail consists of elements such as rope bridges, logs, cargo nets, swings, ladders, and zip lines. The park is located in Prince Edward County, Virginia.