If you are a resident of Fayetteville, North Carolina or the surrounding areas, then you know that there have been days when it seemed like the rain would never stop. Here at ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure, we tend to really take notice of the rainy days. Although ziplining in the rain may not be how many people want to experience ziplining, we have to admit that our ZipQuest grounds and Carver Falls are still beautiful when it happens.
However, if ziplining in rainy and cold weather is not what you have in mind for your family, we have found other exciting indoor activities for families to enjoy in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Located in downtown Fayetteville on Green Street, the Fascinate-U Children’s Museum is full of hands-on activities for children and interactive exhibits. Children can spend hours getting lost in their imaginations in the museum that has been opened since 1994. If you are looking for a highly affordable family experience, especially for school-aged children, Fascinate-U is a great option.
Another educational and interesting activity for a rainy day in Fayetteville, NC is a visit to the Airborne and Special Operations Museum, located downtown on Bragg Boulevard. The museum is free and centers on the history of special operations and airborne soldiers from 1940 until today. It is a beautiful museum, and sure to hold the interest of anyone who visits. There is a gift shop and a paid simulator, and donations are welcome but not required.
Located on Hay Street, the Cape Fear Regional Theater has been entertaining audiences in Fayetteville, NC since 1962. Recent family shows include Annie and Junie B. Jones, the Musical. The theater has several shows planned throughout the year geared towards families and a more adult audience. A live theater show is perfect entertainment for a rainy Fayetteville day or evening.
Soon enough, the sun will be out more often than the rain, and temperatures will be warming up again, reminding us all of how beautiful spring is in Fayetteville, North Carolina. We hope that you and your family will come out to ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure for an exhilarating ziplining experience that you are all sure to love!
ZipQuest is offering customers the opportunity to experience their incredible waterfall ziplining adventure at a discount throughout the month of February. Now is the perfect time to take advantage of the beautiful scenery of Carver Falls with a significant other, friends or family. During the month of February, we invite you to enjoy our Waterfall Expedition and Swing Shot adventure for just $69 when you book a reservation for two or more people. This offer is open to everyone ages 8 to 91, but it is a limited time offer and space is sure to fill up fast.
The Waterfall Expedition at ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure will take your senses to new levels as you travel by means of eight ziplines over the treetops that concludes with a stunning view of Carver’s Falls. You will enjoy multiple suspension bridges and spiral staircases along your journey. This ziplining adventure will leave you wanting to return again and again.
Ziplining is exciting, but if you are looking for a bigger adrenaline rush, also included in our February special is the Swing Shot at ZipQuest. First, we raise you three and a half stories up into the trees. Then we release you towards Carver’s Creek, which lies about five stories below. Talk about a thrill! Your companions are sure to love it!
ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure is recognized as one of the best things to do in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Among our customers on TripAdvisor and Facebook, we have a five star rating with hundreds and hundreds of reviews. We have been awarded TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence for the past five years. As a matter of fact, we were named one of USA Today’s 10 Great Ziplines.
If you are ready for your first ziplining experience, February is the perfect time at ZipQuest. You can reserve your spot by going to our website. We make the process of reservation as easy as possible. Gather your Valentine, your friends, family and even coworkers, and come see us for an adventure you will never forget! Do you have questions? Our website has a handy FAQ section that will likely answer them, but if you can’t find an answer there, give us a call at (910) 488-8787.
Now that the hustle and bustle of the holidays is over, you may be wondering how to spend the rest of your holiday vacation time before school starts back up again. Nestled near Carver Falls in Fayetteville, North Carolina, ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure offers patrons a unique, exhilarating ziplining activity that is sure to put a smile on the faces of everyone in your family.
When you choose our Treetop Excursion, each member of your party will experience five tree to tree ziplines, a suspension bridge and two spiral staircases. Our Treetop Excursion is the shorter of the two zipline courses we offer. For a longer course, we also have our Waterfall Expedition that includes eight tree to tree ziplines, three suspension bridges and three spiral staircases. Patrons who choose the Waterfall Expedition get to experience the beauty and splendor of Carver Falls as well.
Want to experience our ziplining adventures at night? We offer a seasonal NightQuest adventure which gives customers the chance to do our Treetop Excursion or Waterfall Expedition under the stars. When you book your zipline adventure, be sure to choose a time right after dark!
For an extra shot of adrenaline, try out our sling shot attraction. We hoist you three and a half stories into the trees and release you over Carver’s Creek five stories below. It is sure to get your heart pumping as you take in the scenery around you.
All of our staff are certified professionals that have been trained in safety procedures and educated on the Carver Falls area. We offer ziplining in North Carolina for residents and visitors alike ages 8 to 91 who weigh anywhere between 70 and 250 pounds. We require those enjoying our zipline adventures to wear closed toe shoes, and pants or shorts. We also request that no one wear dangling jewelry on our zipline courses.
If you are looking for things to do in Fayetteville, NC this holiday season, you won’t have to look far! Fayetteville is a festive city during the holiday season, from parades to exhibits and more.
During the month of December, the Cape Fear Botanical Gardens are hosting their 8th Annual Holiday Lights in the Garden. This year’s events feature Santa’s Workshop and the theme is The Polar Express. On December 1, 7, 14 and 22, adults and children alike can take a ride on the train through the garden for a small admission price. All dates for the 8th Annual Holiday Lights in the Garden are December 1 & 2, 7-9, 14-16, and 19-23. Times are 5:30 PM until 9:00 PM.
The Rotary Christmas Parade happens on Saturday, December 8th at 11:00 AM in Downtown Fayetteville along Hay Street. This free event draws a great crowd anxious to see numerous local organizations, bands and of course, Santa himself. If you are near the town of Hope Mills, they will hold their annual Christmas parade on Saturday, December 1st at 3:00 PM along Main Street and Rockfish Road.
From December 6th through the 22nd, the Cape Fear Regional Theater will host performances of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, an annual Fayetteville tradition for over 25 years.
If you are looking for something adventurous to do this holiday season, come see us at ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure. Throughout the month of December we have holiday specials on our treetop excursions. Our Excursion package, Expedition package and Holiday Prime package are sure to please everyone in the family. ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure is in the business of providing thrilling family fun for everyone ages 8 to 91!
This December, take in all of the sights and sounds of the season in beautiful Fayetteville, North Carolina. From residents lining city streets for a parade, to families enjoying the wonderful outdoors at ZipQuest, this December is sure to be one that the whole family will remember. Do you have questions about our holiday packages? Give us a call today at (910) 488-8787.
Fall is finally here in beautiful North Carolina! Soon the temperatures will be coming down, the air will start to have a crisp feeling to it, and the leaves will start to change colors. If you have never had the opportunity to take in the beauty of fall foliage in North Carolina, you should start planning now. The peak times for foliage in North Carolina are early October for higher elevations and the last week of October for the remaining locations. Autumn truly is a gorgeous season in North Carolina.
If you are looking for a unique way to see the changing colors of the leaves, ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure is the perfect choice! Located in Fayetteville, North Carolina, ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure is nestled in the woods overlooking Carver’s Falls. We offer patrons an exhilarating ziplining experience in NC with our tree-to-tree ziplines, multiple suspension bridges and spiral staircases. ZipQuest has ziplining adventures for the whole family from ages 8 to 91!
We also offer team building packages for businesses and organizations, and if ziplining through the treetops at night sounds fun, we encourage you to experience NightQuest, a ziplining adventure using lighted helmets and the stars to guide your way.
After Hurricane Florence, ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure took the time to review our course and perform clean up and safety checks. Nothing is more important to the ZipQuest family than the safety of our visitors. Our zipline courses are now clear and safe for all. We are OPEN!
Our hearts go out to all of the people affected by the high winds and damaging flood waters that Hurricane Florence brought to our area. We are grateful for the beauty of our surroundings everyday. Nature has given us plenty of beauty to marvel in, from gorgeous waterfall views to the changing colors of leaves in the fall. We cannot wait to share those beautiful views with you through an exciting adventure ziplining in NC. Make plans to spend some time with us in the coming weeks to enjoy the spectacular views!
In central North Carolina, the average temperature in the month of August is near 90 degrees. Sometimes it can be hard to find ways to enjoy the outdoors in that kind of heat. ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure offers a unique option for enjoying the warm temperatures before the weather starts to cool off again in the fall. Located in Fayetteville, North Carolina, ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure is situated under the shade of a landscape rich with green trees, lush plant life and calming waterfall views.
Visitors have a few options for enjoying their time at ZipQuest. We offer two exhilarating ziplining adventures: our Treetop Excursion and our Waterfall Expedition. Our Treetop Excursion consists of five tree-to-tree lines, two spiral staircases and one suspension bridge. Our Waterfall Expedition includes eight tree-to-tree ziplines, three spiral staircases, three suspension bridges and a beautiful view of Carver Falls. Our Canopy Sky Bridges are all over 100 feet long, with the longest one boasting a length of 210 feet!
For patrons that want to wait until the temperatures cool down a bit during the day, we also offer NightQuest, a nighttime ziplining adventure down our Treetop Excursion and Waterfall Expedition options that happens after hours on Friday and Saturday nights. Our regular hours of operation are Monday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm, and Sundays from 10am to 5pm.
You will be able to breeze through the summer air carefree, as our highly trained and certified staff are with you, guiding you through your whole experience. It is a great adventure to share with family, friends, and coworkers. We also have the facilities and packages necessary to host your business or organization for a fun team building event.
Anytime is a good time to come and visit us at ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure. Most people who give us feedback after their time here tell us that they feel a sense of accomplishment, and that they look forward to coming back. If you are ready for some summertime ziplining in the shade, visit us online to book your adventure or give us a call at (910) 488-8787. We look forward to seeing you in our serene neck of the Carolina woods.
Ziplining has been around for quite some time, and many people are brave enough to take on the daring challenge to do such an adrenaline rushing activity. In the earlier times of Ancient China, zip wires as they called them, were used in the Nujiang Valley of Yunnan Province. This area offers mountains, rivers, and valleys. Since they did not have all the equipment we have in modern times, it was hard to cross the rivers safely. Zip wires were the answer to safely crossing the rivers instead of swimming and using ferry rides. To this day, some of the original lines remain and are being replaced with modern day ziplines.
Ziplineattractions are open in many different parts of the world, which means you are bound to see a different source of scenery wherever you go. In modern times, most people zipline for the excitement and fun experience. Here are some surprising facts you might not have known about ziplining:
North Carolina is the state with the most ziplines. The Tarheel state has 24 commercial ziplines .
72 countries and six continents in the world have commercials ziplines.
The most people to go down a single zipline in one hour was 183 – achieved by ACE adventure resort in West Virginia on June 3, 2012.
You can travel internationally on ziplines. The Limite Zero Zipline crosses the Guadiana River from Spain to Portugal.
Ziplines in Costa Rica generate approximately $120 million in annual revenue.
In New Zealand & Australia, a zipline is known as a “fly fox.”
Ziplines are also known as Zippy’s, zip wires, aerial runways, aerial rope slides, Tyrolean traverses or canopy tours.
Children in the Hongdae village in China use a zipline to cross a 460-foot deep and 260-foot wide gorge to travel to and from school.
With an aerial view from up above and life-changing fun, take the chance and zipline today at Zipquest. Learn more at www.zipquest.com. Until next time. Happy Zipping!
When it comes to outdoor activities, weather plays a big part in whether you go outside or stay indoors. Most people will not go outdoors if it is raining, but some people take advantage of the opportunity. You are probably asking who would want to go outside while it’s gray and rainy out? Many people take advantage of rain and go ziplining. Even though it does not rain a lot here in North Carolina, rain makes ziplining all the more fun!
Of course, safety is a primary factor when you decide to go ziplining in the rain:
You don’t want to zipline when it’s storming or potentially going to be a severe storm.
Dress in appropriate clothing if you know you are going to be ziplining in the rain.
Every zipline course is different, so the rain will make every line feel and look different. Maybe you will be in a canopy, or in a wide open area where you can see wildlife hanging out. Remember getting rained on won’t ruin your day, it will just make it one hundred times better!
Ready to zipline – rain or shine? Learn more www.zipquest.com.
For most local students summer vacation is in full swing! Fayetteville, North Carolina is a great place to be in the summertime as adventure is everywhere! There is no need to travel to find things to do in Fayetteville because there is so much to see and do. If you are looking for unique ideas on how to spend the summer with your children, here are a few fun options.
Go SwampDogs Go! From now until the beginning of August, the Fayetteville SwampDogs baseball team will be playing their season at J.P. Riddle Stadium. Most home games feature a theme night. Catch a game with fireworks afterwards and you won’t be disappointed! Individual tickets for single games range from $7 for military and law enforcement to $8 for general admission. Box seats can be purchased for $9.
2018 marks the 100th anniversary since Fort Bragg was established. Every 4th of July, Fort Bragg opens its gates to the public for their annual Independence Day celebration. There are many family friendly activities planned, and this year’s concert headliner is country music artist Trace Adkins. The evening ends with a spectacular fireworks display. Gates open to the public at noon.
From now until the end of August, Cape Fear Botanical Gardens is offering a unique display called The Garden Railway. A model railway system will be set up in the Friendship Garden, spanning 450 feet. On certain weekends, visitors to the exhibit will be able to ride and operate hand cars. If your child is a big fan of trains, they are sure to love this exhibit! The Garden Railway is free for garden members, $10 for adults, $9 for seniors and members of the military, $5 for children ages 6 to 12, and free for children 5 and under.
If you are looking for a thrilling adventure, ZipQuest offers ziplining adventures for the whole family! Choose from our Treetop Expedition or our ultimate ziplining adventure overlooking the beautiful Carver Falls, our Waterfall Excursion. Our NightQuest ziplining option offers the same great zipline adventure, but with the night sky for a backdrop. Need an extra boost of adrenaline? Try our Swing Shot attraction, which takes you three and half stories up and releases you toward Carver’s Creek, five stories below!
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.
Took my son for a day adventure. Nae Nae and Austin were the ideal tour guides.. They made it fun, humorous and educational. This was my first zip. I will be returning for another adventure.
My group did the Swing Shot and we had a blast! The view while swinging was great; over the river. Not something for people with a fear of heights. Next time we will experience zip-lining. P.S. bug spray is a must!
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Had tour guides Shawn and Brando, they both were great made little jokes and knew what they were doing. The views were pretty and the 8 zip lines were a blast. I would highly recommend going!
Saint Charles, Illinois
Just returned from an awesome zip adventure. Levi and Kayleigh were the wonderful guides. They made,the adventure safe, fun and educational.
Fayetteville, North Carolina
We had a blast! Our guides Kaleigh and Chey were so great and we loved the whole experience! We would totally recommend it to anyone looking for something fun to do near Fort Bragg.
Spring Lake, North Carolina
the two guides really made for a fun way to spend the afternoon,jokes mixed with a few bits of knowledge regarding the type of trees the platforms are incorporated into.
Not to leave out the helpful young lady at the front desk. Highly recomend the full tour the best lines are at the second half worth the added cost.
Fayetteville, North Carolina
It was great and the scenery was beautiful. I encourage everyone to go. Fayetteville NC is the place to go Zip lining.