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Your Spring Break Adventure: Zip Lines & Camping

Hoping to Avoid Overcrowded Beaches and Lots of Tourists This Spring Break?

Forever Florida aspires to bring you a different kind of outdoor experience and an unreal spring break adventure. Think outside the box, and you’ll discover the exhilaration of zip lining and camping outweighs bumping into sticky bodies at the beach. Whether you prefer to camp under the stars, or you enjoy the comfort of climate control in the bunkhouse or one of our cabins, we have a home base that’s right for you and your spring break crew.

7-ZIP Adventure Over St. Cloud

Is it time to try something new as you connect with nature in Central Florida? An expert guide helps you get suited up properly for your two and a half hour zip line adventure. Zip from platform to platform on each of seven high-tension cables on the course. Three sky-bridges just add to the experience. It doesn’t matter if you’ve ever ziplined before; our guides work hard to ensure riders feel safe and comfortable throughout the experience.

Hanging out high above the forest floor satisfies the thrill seekers and provides magnificent views of Central Florida’s wild. Many guests who opt for the 7-ZIP Adventure take advantage of remote camping with their groups at the Tracy Branch Outpost. This is as close as you can get to roughing it in the wilderness while still having toilets, sinks and showers with running water available. Up to 10 tents can fit in this remote section of the park. After a day out exploring and zipping around Central Florida, gather around the campfire and savor every bite of your s’mores. Bedtime is never quite as sweet as when the sounds of nature lull you to sleep.

Saturday Night Flight Adventure

Imagine the 7-ZIP Adventure above, but at night. When you accept that one zip line adventure may not be enough, it’s time for a Saturday Night Flight Adventure. As you soar overhead, the moonlight reveals just how active Florida’s wildlife is at night. Being under a big starry sky, gliding on zip lines with your crew is the perfect nightcap.

Forever Florida is perfect for families who want to enjoy the outdoors and all it has to offer without pitching a tent. The Pine Lily Cabin has both a queen sized bed and a fold out couch for two, while the Magnolia Cabin has twin beds and a fold out couch. Both cabins have a sleeping loft that can accommodate up to four children or teens. Save money by fully utilizing the kitchen for at least two meals a day. Take advantage of the screened in porch and picnic areas to create memories with your Spring Break crew.

Three Adventures Rolled Into One Pack

Those seeking that familiar adrenaline rush that accompanies zip lining won’t be disappointed. The Rattlesnake Adventure Pack will round out your stay at Forever Florida.

  • Swing and swoop through the air at up to 20 mph on our Zip Line Roller Coaster. The dips and jumps you make on your way down from the 78-foot-high platform will get your blood pumping. Using a rigid zip-rail system, it is the only coaster of its kind in the United States.
  • Get your race on at the Peregrine Plunge. With 1,300 feet of parallel zip lines, you’ll race your friends or family members this Spring Break for bragging rights to zip line dominance. Riders of the Peregrine Plunge may go up to 30 miles per hour, so it is not for the weak at heart.
  • Once the zip lines are under your belt, it’s time for the Panther Pounce. Walk on the wild side and test your resolve with a freefall from a 78-foot-high tower. That’s a jump from 7 stories up, in case you needed some perspective on how high up there you will be.

Forever Florida seeks adventurers who have a heart for the preservation of Florida’s native ecosystems. We hope to balance our duties in facilitating a permanent protective habitat for wildlife while carrying on our historical ranching operation.

If you want to try something new, exhilarating and relaxing, give us a call at 407-957-9794 or toll-free at 866-85-4EVER. Gather your friends or family and set your sights on the treetops this spring.