The weather this winter in North Carolina has been exciting. After several weeks of temperatures ranging from mildly cold to really cold, and a few snow and ice days, we have recently been reminded that warmer weather will inevitably be back in full force and that spring and summer are just around the corner. With the weather warming back up, now is the perfect time to discover central North Carolina’s newest family pastime – ziplining.
ZipQuest, located in Fayetteville, North Carolina, offers thrilling ziplining adventures through several acres of heavily wooded areas and over Carver Falls, the biggest waterfall in eastern North and South Carolina. Nestled in the middle of a beautiful natural landscape in central North Carolina, ZipQuest is only a couple of hours east of the Atlantic Ocean and a few hours west of the North Carolina mountains.
ZipQuest offers two ziplining courses – the Tree Top Excursion and the Waterfall Expedition. The Treetop Excursion consists of 5 ziplines, a suspension bridge and 2 spiral staircases. The Waterfall Expedition consists of 8 ziplines, 3 suspension bridges, 3 spiral staircases and a magnificent view of Carver Falls. ZipQuest also offers Night Quest for those who want to do the Treetop Excursion course or the Waterfall Expedition course at night.
Every ZipQuest course is lead by our certified and highly trained staff who will guide you safely through your ziplining experience. ZipQuest also offers team building options for groups of up to forty that include our two ziplining courses, team building with a TeamQuest leader and a catered lunch if requested. Ziplining is the perfect team activity for your organization or group! An experience that your team is sure to never forget.
The ziplining experiences at ZipQuest are available Monday through Saturday between the hours of 9am to 5pm, and Sundays from 10am to 5pm. Our ziplining courses are open to visitors age 8 and above, making them a great option when you are looking for a new, fun activity for your family! When the weather turns warm and beautiful, and you are looking for something fun to do, look no further than ZipQuest. Your thrilling ziplining adventure awaits!
Winter is upon us, and in Fayetteville, North Carolina, that typically means average temperatures in the mid-fifties and low-sixties and things to do in Fayetteville NC can get a little tough. While we have our occasional snow day here and there, normally the weather outside allows residents and visitors to enjoy the outdoors with their family and friends. If you are looking for things to do or a fun attraction to attend to have some fun while enjoying outdoor activities this winter, here are some suggestions.
Cape Fear Botanical Gardens
This impressive 80 acre spread of land is located only two miles from downtown Fayetteville and hosts monthly events all year round. There is an admission cost but children five and under get in for free and there are discounts for military personnel and senior citizens. Fay Cumberland Parks and Recreation
There are ten parks located in Fayetteville, including Riverside Dog Park and Festival Park, located in the heart of downtown and home to the area’s biggest festivals throughout the year, including the Dogwood Festival in the spring and the International Folk Festival in the fall. Many of the city parks have activities available to families throughout the winter season.
Of course, if you are looking for an outdoor activity that screams fun, come see us at Zipquest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure. With two zipline adventures to choose from, plus our Swing Shot attraction that swings you out over Carver’s Creek, Zipquest is a winter outdoor activity that you will never forget! Are you ready to choose your zipline adventure? Book your time with us on our website at reservations.zipquest.com.
If you are looking for more fun activities in Fayetteville and surrounding areas, head over to our things to do page at Zipquest.com.
Tyler and Ray were the best tour guides we could ask for! Their knowledge of their surroundings and ability to make sure we had a good time while being safe was incredible! I plan on going many more times with different people! Thanks again Tyler and Rayleen!
Holly Springs, North Carolina
Excellent Vacation two hour event. Our group of three adventurous females were looking for a new experience. Scared, yes, but we had a blast Zip Lining through the trees. Loved that the guides were patient, took extra time to calm our first time fears. Go check out ZipQuest!
My wife and I in our 50's. We had a blast. Big thank you to Magan and Kayleigh who were our guides, they were very fun. Felt like a cross between Tarzan and Indian Jones flying thru the trees. Outstanding experience and treasured memories for the scrapbook.