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Hours of Operation
Wednesday - Sun: 9am until 6pm
Tours Leave Daily, Check Reservations. 

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$20 off per guest when you purchase a BCO gift certificate now until Dec 15th! Grab your loved one the perfect gift of flying through the trees.

Gift redeemable for 1 year after purchase. Click below for purchase.

Canopy Tours (approx 2.5 hours depending on group size)

Wednesday & Thursday : $79.00 / participant

Friday through Sunday : $89.00 / participant

*Open Monday and Tuesday by appointment for groups of 6 or more

Discounts Available (does not apply to merchandise)

Military and Senior (over 65) : 10% off

When you reserve with a group of 6 or more : 15% off

On this Zipline tour, you will experience:
-A professionally guided zipline tour with 6 ziplines, 3 sky bridges, a rappel and a spiral and floating staircase.
-Ziplines up to 1400 feet long and heights up to 185 feet
-Speeds up to 40 MPH
-A thrilling soar over Boone Creek and the spectacular Boone Creek Gorge
-SkyBridges suspended 100+ ft over the forest floor in and above the hardwood canopy.
-Education on the History and ecology of the region
-A total adrenaline rush!

All necessary equipment is included.

The Historic and Spectacular Boone Creek Gorge is a privately owned natural wonder previously inaccessible by the public. The Boone Creek Outdoors Zip line Canopy Tour allows guests to experience the natural beauty and learn about the history and ecology of this unique area in a thrilling yet safe and minimally invasive way. Featuring 6 zip lines, the longest of which is almost 1400 feet long, 3 sky bridges, a rappel, a spiral and a floating staircase all suspended from the magnificent hardwoods to be found there, guests traverse in and over the gorge and Boone Creek itself gaining perspectives that are otherwise impossible to achieve.

Unique to this area, The Boone Creek Gorge and Kentucky River Palisades offer a complimentary but contrasting landscape to the bluegrass savannah for which Lexington, Kentucky is known worldwide. Our gorge and the palisades river region were the first areas settled by pioneers streaming over the Cumberland Gap and following the wilderness road here to the Kentucky River area, where the first seeds of commerce created the foundation for our signature brands when Kentucky was still a part of the Western Frontier. We are located minutes from Fort Boonesboro State Park and campground where you can further explore the pioneer history of Daniel Boone and his contemporaries and the Fort named for him that they created.

Here in Lexington, KY you can tour our world famous Horse Farms, Bourbon Distilleries, visit our historic downtown and now Boone Creek Outdoors offers access to a rugged outdoor environment previously inaccessible except for a privileged few.

To Eat

The Boone Creek Outdoors Welcome Center is located just minutes from The Jean Ferris Winery and Bistro a small farm winery and an American farmhouse restaurant serving food from its own garden and Proud Mary BBQ serving fantastic local barbecue, fried frog legs, and a full menu of local favorites in a scenic indoor/outdoor setting on the Kentucky River.

We are located a short 10 minute drive on I-75 to shopping and dining at either Hamburg Place in Lexington to the north or Richmond Centre in Richmond to the south.

Other Activities

At BCO you can also enjoy guided hikes, fishing access to Boone Creek with our partner Boone Creek Anglers Club, and outdoor instructional and educational programs seasonally and as advertised. All activities are by reservation.

Boone Creek Outdoors offers Kayak and SUP (stand up paddleboard) access and instruction by appointment. (Kentucky Explore Inititive)

We are located close to the Three Trees Canoe Livery and Campground where visitors can rent canoes, kayaks and stand up paddleboards to float and paddle the Kentucky River along this scenic Palisades area.

The Kentucky Horse Park is located just 15 minutes north on I-75 and Boone’s Trace National Golf Course is just across the river and the Clays Ferry Bridge.


Meet Elsie, our first physically disabled rider. Our guides had the pleasure of taking her out this past week and had a BLAST! Elsie has had MS for 29 years and what’s called “drop foot” – her entire left leg does not pick-up so she must use arm crutches to walk. Our guides took Elsie on our introductory […]

The Creek Fights Back! Over the years BCO property has been many commercial ventures – including a gas station, the Clay’s Ferry Exxon. In 1978 approximately 6,000 gallons of gasoline leaked into Boone Creek when a truck cracked a tank during service. Almost 40 years later water quality has never been better, we are discovering […]

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