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Big Game Is Over; Ziplining in Indiana Is Not

Super Bowl XLVI may seem like a distant memory (although it took place in Indianapolis less than a month ago!), but one memory that is sure to not fade quickly is that of the zipline strung along Capitol Avenue. If you missed the chance to zipline at Super Bowl Village, you still have plenty of opportunity at these Indiana zipline locations:

Photo credit: eXplore Brown County

Dagaz Acres
Rising Sun, Indiana
Zipline open March-November

Dagaz Acres offers 10 lines in the treetops of southeastern Indiana. The highest line reaches 70 feet in the air.

Camp Yale
Winchester, IN
Open year-round

Camp Yale is an outdoor team-building and leadership development center in east central Indiana.  From time to time, the Camp’s 50 feet tall, 450 feet long zip line and 50-foot climbing tower are open to the public, though Camp Yale encourages groups of at least 10 to plan in advance and reserve time.

Rawhide Ranch
Nashville, IN
Open year-round

Ziplining at Rawhide Ranch is called “Holler Hoppin’.”  Bring your family or group and take six “hops” for about 90 minutes of fun. Hour-long night hops are also available.  Reservations are required.

eXplore Brown County
Nashville, IN
Open year-round

eXplore Brown County boasts the “fastest, longest, and tallest” ziplines in Indiana. Visitors can enjoy nine lines, including the 1/4 mile Indy 1220 Super Zip.

Visit the website of the adventure spot you’d like to visit for more information about cost, rider requirements and specific hours.

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Written by : Amy moved to Indiana for college in 1988 (Go Bulldogs!) and has never left. Married with three children, she's always on the lookout for fun and affordable things to do in Indiana. Elsewhere on the web, you can find Amy at The Fourth Frog Blog and All Things Aging. Amy receives compensation from the Indiana Office of Tourism Development for blogging. For more information, see our FTC Disclosure page.