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Oklahoma Zip Lines

Davis

777 Zip
6250 Hwy 77S, Davis, Oklahoma
580-369-0103
777 Zip
The only Soaring Eagle Zipline in Oklahoma. 777 ft. on Hwy 77 with a view of the 77 ft. Turner Falls. Soar from the Turner Falls Overlook across Honey Creek to a 130 ft. tower on Rocky Point; then return at 30 miles an hour to the Overlook. You do not have to enter into Turner Falls Park to ride the zip line.

Air Donkey Zipline Adventure
Dolese Road, Davis, Oklahoma
(580) 369-5010
Air Donkey Zipline Adventure
The best Entertainment on Cable. Air Donkey is in the heart of the Arbuckle Mountains and provides excellent views. The course is challenging and diverse. We have over one mile of flying on six different lines, and a wonderful sky bridge. The course was constructed by ACCT certified practitioners. Our guides are trained professionals. Very interesting geology along the way.

Diana

Thomas Falls Zip Line Challenge Course
Thomas Falls Inc. 5543 US Hwy 259 N., Diana, TX 75640
9039686924
Thomas Falls Zip Line Challenge Course
100 miles south of Broken Bow Oklahoma Water obstacles, 8 zip line special, entertainment, birthdays, corporate events

Tulsa

POSTOAK Canopy Tours
5323 West 31st Street North, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127
918-697-2700
POSTOAK Canopy Tours
Oklahoma’s first zip line canopy tour is an adrenaline rush from the get-go. POSTOAK Canopy Tours takes thrill seekers and nature lovers soaring above the treetops along a network of more than 3,865 feet of cable line. Along the way, seven platform landing-bases provide a bird’s-eye view of northeastern Oklahoma’s magnificent Osage Hills, the surrounding plains and Tulsa’s cityscape. The sparkling view of downtown’s skyline is especially spectacular at night. Strap on a helmet, grab a harness and let POSTOAK Canopy Tours’ guides lead you on an action-packed, two-plus hour tour. POSTOAK Canopy Tours guides are highly trained, professional and knowledgeable about the sights and sounds surrounding you. Includes zip lines and 7 platform stations. The height varies from 20 feet to 45 feet above the ground and takes about 2 hours. Reservations are required.