In the deep depths of the Georgia forests, you will find deer hunters, campers, and trees for miles. Hidden in the North Georgia forests, you will find the largest and longest zip line park in the entire world. Historic Banning Mills is in a city called Whitesburg, Georgia and you will find zip lines, free falling activities, kayaking, and so much more.
Known mainly for their zip lines, the Mills is the perfect destination for a fun afternoon, or to stay for a few days.
According to the Mills, these zip line tours are the only ones that have a patent, closed belay system from start to end, which means you never stop going down the zip line until you reach the end and touch the ground.
Can you believe that this is right here in Georgia?
Honestly, zipping through the air on a wire for miles sounds like a great stress-reliever. You can choose from six different levels to the soar through the air, which ranges from one-hour tours, up to eight-hour tours.
The Mills is now offering free photos during your adventure. This new feature will allow you to take home your wild times and cherish them forever.
The Guinness Book of World Records named the attraction's Screaming Eagle zip line course the longest zip wire course in the world in 2012, and they still hold that title in 2019. With all of the levels combined, that is over 10 miles of wire!
Not to mention, the zip line guides are always training to make sure they are up to date on their skills and protocols so you are in excellent care.
Prices start at $49 for the first level and increase with each level. For beginners, Level 1 is the best option, but you can always keep going if you are feeling adventurous after you finish your level.
Historic Banning Mills offers many different activities for groups of friends, couples, individuals, and office groups for team building.
You can stay for a night or two so you can experience all of the activities this hidden destination has to offer.
You can find more information on their website, here.