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Ziplines in Kansas

ziplines-kansasEven though it’s one of the flattest states in the US, it is still possible to find zip lines in the state of Kansas.

On this page, we will list zip lines that are in and around popular cities such as Kansas City, Wichita, Lawrence, Topeka, Manhatten and more.  If you know of a zip line that should be featured here, please contact us and we will list it.

Greenbusch Center – The Greenbush Challenge course is targeted to both students and adults and consists of high and low course elements to foster team-building, leadership and communication. The Greenbusch course is located in Girard, Kansas, which is close to Pittsburg, Kansas and the Missouri border. Half and full-day group sessions are available at Greenbusch. There is a portable challenge course available, if you’d like the challenge to come to you!

Eberly Farm, Inc. – Eberly Farms, located in Wichita, Kansas offers a private event center and grounds perfect for group gatherings and family reunions. Eberly Farms is well known in the Wichita area as a family entertainment spot, frequently used for weddings, hayrides, campfires, and for private parties. There are two ziplines available at Eberly Farms, and they are low and slow, perfect for young children. The ziplines are typically used in conjunction with field trips and special events for children. Other activities available include: nature trails, GPS scavenger hunts, playgrounds, rubber duck races, pitch n’ putt golf holes, swinging bridge, horseshoes, volleyball, basketball, soccer, softball, washers, and ladder golf.

Kansas State Fair Zipline – For the last two years the Kansas State Fair, located in Hutchinson, Kansas, has set up a zipline for eager fairgoers, allowing visitors to cruise over Lake Talbott, before or after eating a Pronto Pup and Fried Snickers Bar. The first year the zipline was just one zip, forcing visitors to walk around the lake if they wanted to ride again. The next year the zipline was upgraded to a double zip, allowing riders to zip across the lake twice for the same price, and arrive back where they started. Tickets for the zipline start at $8. Hutchinson, Kansas is located one hour west of Wichita, Kansas.

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