Adrenaline will be pumping when you zip your way through the canyons at this outdoor paradise. You can zip at the highest, largest, and fastest zip line in Florida, located in Ocala. 

Canyons Zip Line and Canopy Tours offer one of the most wonderful sceneries in Florida and a one-of-a-kind adventure. It's hard to think about zip lining in Florida, as most of the state is flat, but this place will take you from tree to tree and tree to cliff. This place has zip line over a mile long that will let you explore nature like never before. This is one of the most undiscovered places in Florida and will give you the thrill you need.

There are several tours and adventures to choose from. Besides zip line tours, the canyons also offer horseback riding tours, Taste of History tours and kayak adventures.

The Sky High Tour costs $45 and includes the longest line, which stretches out across the entire canyon at a staggering 1,100 feet long and 155 feet off the ground. This tour lasts about 1.5 hours. 

It's recommended to reserve your place ahead of time as it is very busy during the weekends. If height is not your cup of tea, you can relax and take a scenic outdoor tour on a kayak across their 12-acre spring-fed lake. you will pass by cliffs, fossils, under zip lines, and even hike. The oak trees and sparkling lakes are what make this place unbelievably beautiful. 

Canyons offer many packages and prices that you can book here. The last tour of the day leaves around 3:30 p.m. 

Canyons Zip Line & Canopy Tours

Price: Starts at $45

Address: 8045 N.W. Gainesville Rd., Ocala, FL

Why You Need To Go: To experience breathtaking natural beauty while suspended on the longest zip line in the state.


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