We did an extensive name search and finally circled back to our roots, Forever Florida.“ — Dale Viger, General Manager of Forever Florida
St. Cloud, FL, USA — The operators of Florida’s largest zipline attraction are proud to announce their new name, Forever Florida – Ziplines & Adventures in the Wild.
The attraction’s new name is borrowed from the land it is located on, the 4,700-acre Forever Florida Wildlife Conservation Area, one of Florida’s most pristinely kept wild places. This land was the site of Florida EcoSafaris at Forever Florida. Today, it is the site of six new zipline and thrill ride adventures that are part of the exciting new brand, Forever Florida – Ziplines & Adventures in the Wild.
Dale Viger, General Manager of Forever Florida, says, “There has always been some confusion about what is Florida EcoSafaris and what is Forever Florida. The new name clarifies the issue and units the land and the attraction into one simple brand.”
The six new adventures includes four that are bundled together in Forever Florida’s new Thrill Pack. The Thrill Pack features the Rattlesnake, the only zipline roller coaster in the USA; thePeregrine Plunge, the longest single straightaway zipline in Florida; the Panther Pounce, a 68-foot-high challenge tower that delivers a harrowing controlled fall; and the Swooping Crane, an extreme, free-fall swing where guests are released from a height of 55 feet.
Forever Florida also features the Zipline Adventure, the biggest and safest zipline trail in Florida with seven dual ziplines and three sky bridges. Also available is the Cypress Canopy Cycle, the only one of its kind in the U.S. It is a reclined bicycle suspended as high as 25 feet on a steel cable trail that guides guests safely through the wilderness.
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