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Falcon Heights, Minnesota
Reviewed 3 October 2016

My daughter and I visited Eagle Canyon in August and really enjoyed the canyon, zipline and suspension bridges. The woman at the ticket office was very nice and the zipline operators were very professional.

Thank Jim B
Reviewed 8 September 2016

My name is Ashley and I am fromNewfoundland. My husband and my friend Parker are Americans. We came up here in Thunder Bay from southern Minnesota for a long weekend. We were mostly looking forward to experiencing Canada's longest zip line adventure. When we arrived there, my friend Parker and the worker there wrote back and forth. The lady said...

Thank tbcd d
Reviewed 1 September 2016 via mobile

This is an extraordinary adventure. Walking across the two suspension bridges is awesome but to take the ride on the zip line is amazing!! What a beautiful view. Kind of pricey but I bet their insurance is pretty pricey too. There was four of us ranging in age from 54-69 and we all do enjoyed it. Wished the zip line...

Thank Joel P
Reviewed 12 July 2016 via mobile

It was quite an experience and we had so much fun. It's way too bad it's $20/person just to walk to trails and do the two bridges. Seems like a lot for no actual services provided other than maintenance. The hill up to the first bridge is brutal. Not recommended for people who have accessibility concerns.

Thank Jillian V
Waterloo, Canada
Reviewed 5 July 2016

We were hesitant to visit Eagle Canyon Adventures due to the price, but decided to try it out anyways. We paid the $20/person admission fee to walk the suspension bridges, but decided not to pay the additional $50/person for the zipline, and we were very happy with our decision. We really enjoyed walking the suspension bridges and took our time...

Thank 000jill
Reviewed 26 May 2016

I'm so shocked at the bad reviews for the Eagle Canyon Adventures. We had such a great day. We enjoyed the beautiful walk up to the bridges. We felt safe the entire time and had great conversations with every staff member we saw. I've done my fair share of zip lines throughout North America and the Caribbean and the equipment...

Thank Aeval V
Reviewed 16 May 2016 via mobile

We went to eagle canyon and just had to take a little walk around the park. It is very well kept, clean. Campsites on site. There are 2 suspension bridges and man that was fun. Just wait till you look down lol. The zip line was closed for the day but I will have to try that if I pass...

Thank Steven V
North Bay, Canada
Reviewed 13 July 2015

Lady promised it was wheelchair accessible. It is not even close to that, very steep hill with loose gravel and stairs at bridge. She was rude and refused refund because we went beyod the gate. Bridges were neat but being lied to just to get our money is not acceptable.

3Thank Ron M
London, Canada
Reviewed 3 July 2015

We stopped here as a family for a fun adventure. When we found out it cost $20 just to pass the gate, plus an extra $50 to zipline some of us decided it wasn't worth it. The incredibly rude lady at the gatehouse wouldn't even let us walk to a clearing to take pictures without paying $20 each. An extra...

2Thank smashpoe
Reviewed 31 August 2014

We stopped here because it seemed like a good way to see Eagle Canyon without taking a lot of risks. The lady who took the money - $40 - drove us up the hill to the first bridge. That was nice! We walked across both bridges and did not do the zip line. We walked down via the stairs. It...

Thank 709nancyh

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Address: 275 Valley Road | PO Box 46, Nipigon, Ontario P0T1K0, Canada
Region: Canada > Ontario > Nipigon
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“LISTED AS A HOTEL but it is not a hotel.”
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