About ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure

ZipQuest is located at Carver’s Falls, a virtually untouched 55 acre area of forest tucked away in the Sandhills of North Carolina. Named for Samuel Carver, who received it, along with 640 acres from King George II of England in 1735, there is little known about the historical use of Carver’s Falls aside from a Mill House erected on the property. Once powered by the waters flowing through a canal diverted from Carver’s Creek, the Old Mill House still stands today and can be seen from several zipline runs.

Our family has held the natural treasure of Carver’s Falls for many years. In 2009, we decided that it was time to share this extraordinary place with the public, so we decided to build a thrilling zipline tour, and make it one of the best in the nation! We searched the country for the most qualified ziplines contractor, and found a renowned company in Michigan. Distance was no object. We brought them to Fayetteville, North Carolina to construct one of the most impressive zipline courses in the nation.

The end result of our efforts is impressive - ZipQuest’s multi-zipline course spans acres of pristine North Carolina forest. Some ziplines are long and designed to allow you to appreciate the beauty of your surroundings. Other ziplines are short and fast, giving the thrill of flying through the trees! You will climb floating staircases into the canopy and perch on platforms anchored to centuries-old trees. You will stroll across a pair of suspension bridges spanning the Sandhills' only major waterfall. You will have the time of your life!

We are committed to creating remarkable and memorable adventure experiences while maintaining our personal commitment to the preservation and sustainability of Carver’s Falls.

From my family to yours, I invite you to come and enjoy the ZipQuest experience.

Russ C. Bryan, Chief Adventure Officer