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Grafton Zipline – Open daily, and located in Grafton, Illinois, Grafton Zipline Adventures features nine ziplines. The smallest, the Baby Bear measures 300 ft, and the largest, the Soaring Eagle, is a whopping 2000 feet. The tour typically takes two hours. There are cottages and a winery nearby if you plan to make to extend your zip trip into a weekend getaway. Visit them online at: http://www.graftonzipline.com
American Obstacle – Located in Kinmundy, Illinois, American Obstacle is an outdoor adventure park featuring a Group Challenge Course and a Zipline Canopy Tour. The Creek Bottom Run is made up of three different zip lines across two sky bridges, with lake views. If you’re up for it you can reach the zip platform by scaling a 35-foot climbing wall, or just take the spiral staircase. Visit their web site at: http://www.americanobstacle.com
Richardson Farm Experience – The Richardson Farm Zipline Tower allows visitors to zoom down a 700 foot zipline, over crops of pumpkins and Christmas trees, to the ground below. Visitors must be 18 years or older, or have a signed waiver from parents. The Farm is located in Spring Grove, Illinois and also features a Christmas Tree Farm, a corn maze, and ORBiting. Visit their web site at: http://www.richardsonadventurefarm.com.
Raging Waves – Raging Waves is Illinois’ largest watermark, now offering the Cowabunga Zip Line. The zip line is over 2000 feet long and 72 feet above the ground. You’ll zip above the waterpark, hopefully yelling, “Cowabunga!” Taking a zip on the Cowabunga is just one activity at the water park, you’ll want to spend your day exploring all the exciting rides and attractions. Visit them online at: http://www.ragingwaves.com.
Zip Chicago – Yes, there are ziplines in Chicago! Or at least very close to Chicago, located in Marseilles, Illinois. Zip Chicago offers a Canopy Tour featuring six ziplines, including a dual racing zip, two suspension bridges, 85 feet above the ground. Tours run all year round and you must be at least 10 years old, or 70 pounds to participate. Zip Chicago also offers a Night Tour, allowing you to howl at the moon as you speed through the air. Web site: http://www.zipchicago.com
The Fun Ones – The Fun Ones is a mobile zip line service, allowing you to actually rent a zipline for your party or gathering. They are based out of Chicago. The mobile zipline sets up in two hours and includes a large 22 foot slide attached to the zipline tower. Two ziplines are located side by side, allowing friends and family to zip and race each other. Visit them online at: http://www.thefunones.com.
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