Rugaru Adventures Ziplining Tour

I surprised my niece with a trip to Rugaru Adventures. When we arrived we were greeted by a very friendly staff, who walked us through the ziplining experience and informed us of the rules and safety tips. Tickets are $79 per person and there are no refunds so, I would suggest that you commit to ziplining before you buy your ticket.

Rugaru Adventures is a family-friendly activity with certified and trained guides take you on an adventure tour consisting of six ziplines that total over a half-mile. Rugaru Adventures has a bus that transports you to the area where you then hike up to the first zipline. My niece and I were accompanied by two guides and 5-6 other visitors. There are markers provided on the bus where you can actually write you name in or on the bus and say some positive things about your ziplining experience! Rugaru Adventures is very accommodating in providing water along the trail.

The speed of the zipline is pretty fast and exhilarating. You may increase your speed by bringing your knees up toward your chin and be prepared to “ZIP ON” at that point.

The view from the zipline is absolutely stunning as you float through the canopy of the trees and out over Broken Bow Lake.

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Once you finish your adventure, the bus brings you back to home base. There you can go in and purchase beverages and awesome Rugaru Adventures merchandise. There are also porta-potties on-site for your convenience.

For more information visit rugaruadventures.com

Cabins in Broken Bow currently have over 75 cabins and add about 1-4 cabins per month. Whether you are seeking a romantic weekend for two and moonlit soak in the hot tub, or just a cabin to relax and do nothing in, we have many unique choices for you.

Hochatown has a small-town feel and with the increase in activities and locally owned businesses, has created quite the destination for tourists from all over the country. There is no shortage of dining choices for casual experiences or getting dressed up (Abendigos) and taking on the town. This area of Oklahoma is a major draw for live music fans as you are sure to find a local or out of town band or performance artist at many of the restaurants and at the famous Grateful Head or Hochatown Saloon. Whether you are in the mood for awesome homemade fried chicken, award-winning pizza, a delicious burger with blues music or the best calamari you have ever put in your mouth; you can find it all in good ‘ole Hochatown. Hochatown also boasts one of the few zip lines in the state as well as water activities and some of the best hiking in the four states area.

Broken Bow is located southeastern Oklahoma. It’s home to Beavers Bend State Park, we have (mountain) lions, no tigers and many bears, bald eagles...and of course, Carl the Big Foot. Broken Bow Lake is one of the cleanest lakes in the state and has islands, beaches, boat access and fish such as largemouth bass.