December 12, 2011

Meet the Guides: Ed

Meet one of our fantastic guides, Ed.
April 25, 2011

Something for Everyone!

After you’ve taken one of our canopy tours, be sure to browse through our gift shop at Wolfe Creek Station. You can find something for everyone whether you’re looking for a new tee-shirt to commemorate your trip to Branson or would like to take home a photograph of yourself flying through the air on one of our ziplines, you can find it here.       We carry a wide variety of Amish goods in our gift shop.  They come in […]
April 19, 2011

Share Your Experience with Us – And the World!

If you’ve been zipping with us on one of our world class zipline canopy tours, or free-falling on the Blue Streak Fast Line and Freefall Xpress (which is the only one in North America), it’s time to brag about your accomplishment!  Please, please, please share your story with the world by visiting one of our social networking pages.  We’re looking for pictures, videos and stories from your experience here at Branson Zipline and Canopy Tours at Wolfe Creek Preserve.  We […]
April 18, 2011

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March 10, 2011

New Experiences Up and Running

Yes, you might have been seeing Zippers out on our lines over the past few days. Come one come all because we opened for business on Tuesday, March 1, 2011! We are excited for what this year has in store! Per your requests, we have lots of new stuff going on here, including the behind the scenes Wolfe Creek Photo Safari Walking Tour. This fully guided tour encompasses an adventurous and educational experience where you will be able to see […]
March 4, 2011

Parade Mania!

Hello everyone! Time for a new season full of new experiences, lots of new experiences but I’ll have to tell you more about that in the next blog. However, I have some exciting news! We’re going to be popping up in some parades around this area! And where there are parades there is free stuff 😉 I’m waking up bright and early in the morning to head to Fayetteville, Arkansas to walk in the Fayetteville Mardi Gras parade! …But…I’m not […]
December 1, 2010

Bring Back Family Christmas Gifts From the Zipline Gift Shop

The chill of winter is arriving fast, but Branson Zipline and Canopy Tours is still in full swing as we head into December. All across the canopy, visitors can view the last remnants of fall colors on the ground and in the trees as they zip from tower to tower. It’s quite a change from the summer heat, but we still encourage visitors to bring along a bottle of water to stay hydrated while they’re zipping. When you aren’t on the […]
October 22, 2010

Getting to Know Wolfe Creek Preserve – The Bridge to Nowhere / Nowhere Tower

For this post, we have skipped over one of our towers (Homestead Tower) in an effort to highlight that the Ozarks Xplorer Canopy Tour is not the only premiere canopy tour featured on Wolfe Creek Preserve. Along our 1.5 hour Flying Prospector Canopy Tour, you will begin the journey traversing our famed Bridge to Nowhere, which fittingly leads to Nowhere Tower! ! It is also featured as the fifth zip line along the Ozarks Xplorer Canopy Tour. As with much of our […]
October 20, 2010

Getting to Know Wolfe Creek Preserve – Compass Tower

Today’s featured tower is Compass. It is the second zip line along the Flying Prospector Canopy Tour and sixth zip along the Ozarks Xplorer Canopy Tour. And as with most of the zip line towers featured on Wolfe Creek Preserve, Compass was named so by Eli Wolfe for sentimental reasons. As a young boy, Eli was given a compass by his father, Isaac. Ever in hopes of one day exploring the world like his father, Eli saw this gift as […]
October 19, 2010

Getting to Know Wolfe Creek Preserve – Crow’s Nest Tower

Today, we will be featuring the third tower located on the world-class Wolfe Creek Preserve – the Crow’s Nest.  Aside from its unique design, this particular tower highlights tales of the Wolfe family’s international travels. For many years, Eli’s father, Isaac, traveled the high seas in search of adventure and fortune. And even before Eli himself was able to travel by boat he was mesmerized by the stories his father would bring home. Not surprisingly, in an attempt to be […]