Continuing our look into the individual aspects of our zip line course on Wolfe Creek Preserve, we would like to feature our Lookout tower today.
The original owner of Wolfe Creek Preserve, Isaac, was constantly worried about others sneaking onto his property to rob it of its many resources and eventually built a lookout from which he could easily survey the entirety of his property. The original oak tree that the lookout was fastened to has since fell (perhaps, due in part to the fact that notorious Ozarks outlaw Alf Bolin used the lookout for a time while Isaac was traveling), though the legacy lives on and provides a fitting name for the zip line tower.
Of course, we encourage everyone to come experience this historic location for themselves along our Ozarks Xplorer Canopy Tour, or take in other aspects of Wolfe Creek Preserve along any of our other Branson Zipline Canopy Tours. Easily learn more about each zip line experience and secure reservations at BransonZipline.com.
Also, you can gain a first-hand experience of Wolfe Creek Preserve online by viewing our image gallery, featuring pictures of both our course and gift shop, Wolfe Creek Station.