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Ramblewild, Lanesboro

(4.9/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • Our family took advantage of the unseasonably warm weather to try the ropes course at Ramblewild. I was a bit concerned because on the way to Ramblewild because the kids seemed unenthusiastic and tire...  more »
  • This is a really great afternoon with your kids. Active and tiring after three hours, but the perfect mix of fun and effort.  more »
  • I'm 62, my friends are 63 and two are 60. Three of us came from western PA and one drove in from Maine for a girls weekend to try out this park. We were the oldest on the course that day, but doubt an...  more »
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  • The rope courses here are the best. It is worth it for the high price. I would love to come again! Highly trained and helpful staff. A little for everyone. Easy to black diamonds trails.
  • Huge outdoor park, we spend three hours and barely saw half of it. Courses range from beginner to advanced and are very challenging and lots of fun. Staff was phenomenal.
  • this is the most amazing place ive been too the people helping you out there are just amazing support with alot of spirit and fun zac,, mat ,luke, etc etc etc area amazing and supportive alla long we had a time of are lives!!!!!!!!!!! this is a total must for everyone to do!!!!!!!!!!
  • I went for the first time on columbus day weekend and i had an amazing time. The staff is extremely helpful. They know how to push you through hard courses and keep you motivated! Although the courses are super tough and you have so much fun. i recommend this place!
  • Wow! What fun! My husband, my teenage daughter and I went yesterday. I've never done anything like this high ropes course through the trees, and was looking forward to it immensely. There are 6 (I believe) courses, organized as follows: 2 yellow (easiest), 2 green (next hardest), 2 blue (harder than green), 2 black. All the courses begin at the "hub", which is a large elevated platform that you get up to by ladders. Before you start, you put on a harness and attend a "school" of sorts, wherein you learn the technique you'll use to hook up to the safety line on each course. It's an idiot-proof system, as you can only unhook one of your two hooks at a time; thus you are always hooked up and protected from free-falling to the ground. The yellow course was very easy, and a great introduction to this high ropes course idea for us. We next chose a green course, which was also fun and easy too. We next chose the other green course, which was easy EXCEPT FOR an incredibly scary free-hanging rock climbing wall. With a not-obvious way to ascend. And it was swaying back and forth as you climbed it. Did I say it was scary? No? It was scary. All three of us agreed that it was the scariest thing we encountered in all of Ramblewild. Once we conquered that monster, we felt a little cocky so moved on to a blue course. One thing that's great about their hub system is there's a worker at the hub who can suggest where you should go next, based on what you've just finished. He told us the easier of the two blue courses was a little congested, and asked if we'd want to jump to the harder blue course. We said, "sure". I mean, we'd just conquered the scary rock wall, right? So we did the hard blue course (I think it's Ascending Oaks) and it was indeed hard. You need a bit of upper body strength to do well on this course. And there were two scary elements in a row, the second being a "ladder" of sorts, except it's exaggerated in scale, so the rungs are actually 4" posts maybe 3 feet apart. (I was third in our group to ascend, and watched my daughter and husband struggle with it, so I tried a different way. I gripped the wires not the rungs on my way up, and found it easier than they did. Little tip for you. You're welcome.) We did the easier blue course last, and it was indeed a lot easier than Ascending Oaks. But it was fun! You get to zipline into a cargo net! What a blast! And then we ran out of time. We will definitely be back to try at least one of the black courses. I highly recommend this place.