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Come zipping securely harnessed in one of the safest, most unique and longest zip lines in the region.

Zipping from tree to tree, safely harnessed in from start to finish, you’ll get soaring, smile-inducing fun added to your trip. And with Squire Boone Caverns and Village as neighbors, it’s easy to satisfy the entire crew with an underground cavern trip or a tour of the Historic Village.

There’s something for everyone in just one stop!

Our treetop canopy course is family-friendly fun and the perfect stop for a guy (or gals!) weekend getaway. Zeppelins are fun and safe for most anyone, from seniors to grade-schoolers, experienced adventure junkies to first-timers. Our Zipline follows the Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) standards for installation, maintenance, and operation.

The Squire Boone Caverns Zipline adventures canopy course includes:

6 Canopy zip lines

1 Swinging Suspension Bridge

A comfortable and secure full-body harness

Views of the Caverns and Village along with acres of forests

Ends at Squire Boone Village making it easy to begin your next adventure!

The Squire Boone Caverns Zipline Adventures Long tour course includes:

8 lines and two bridges

One line on that course is half a mile long

Total course length is 7200 feet

The canopy course is a total of 2800 feet

Ends at Squire Boone Village making it easy to begin your next adventure!

We invite you to add a bit of high-flying fun to your itinerary. Squire Boone Cavern Zipline Adventures is just south of I-64 and an easy drive from Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana, Salem, Mauckport, Evansville and beyond.

It’s also a surprisingly short hop across the Ohio River for our Kentucky friends. Whether from Louisville, Elizabethtown, Brandenburg or even our military families in Fort Knox, you’ll be here, geared up and ready to fly before you know it.

Squire Boone Caverns

About Squire Boone Caverns

While you’re with us, visit Squire Boone Caverns and Village. This ancestral home of Squire Boone, brother of Daniel Boone, is historically unique and filled with everything you would expect in an exceptional cave tour: rushing waterfalls, stalactites, stalagmites, flowstone, rimstone dams, soda straws, cave coral and more jaw-dropping cave formations. One million gallons of water flow through every day! You’ll see it all along the lighted walkway on tours given by excellent, informative guides.

Not a fan of going underground? Stay above ground and roam around the historic Boone Village, filled with pioneer buildings, frontier skills, and activities for everyone. Open from Memorial Day through Labor Day, the village has soap making, candle dipping, a bakery, and gold mining (for Fool’s Gold!), and one of the largest Rock Shops in the Midwest. Topping it off is Squire Boone’s, Grist Mill. This restored working mill is on Indiana’s State Register of Historical Sites and Structures.

In addition, the picnic area, nature trail, and playground are open year-round. Visit the Squire Boone

Caverns website at for more information.