Your tour begins at your scheduled start time. Please arrive 20 minutes prior to complete check in and prepare for your tour.
Tours will leave promptly with or without you.
Where is the Swamp Zipline located?
Swamp Zipline is located at 301 Peavine Rd. Laplace, La 70068. (Reservations Required)
Our swamp zipline is approximately 15 miles from New Orleans (MSY) airport, and 26 miles from Downtown New Orleans. Please allow up to 45 minutes for travel if you are coming from Downtown to account for traffic.
If you are traveling westbound I-10 out of New Orleans you would get off at the Laplace exit 209. Once you get off keep right onto old Hwy 51. Continue for 1.3 miles turning right onto Peavine Rd. Continue down Peavine Rd. until you see our facility on the right about a mile.
If you are traveling eastbound I-10 towards New Orleans you would get off at the Laplace exit 209. Once you get off turn left onto old Hwy 51. Continue down for 1.5 miles turning right onto Peavine Rd. Continue down Peavine Rd. until you see our facility on the right side about a mile.
If you are traveling southbound on I-55 towards New Orleans you would get off at the Laplace exit 1. Once you get off turn left onto old Hwy 51. Continue down for 1 mile turning right onto Peavine Rd. Continue down Peavine Rd. until you see our facility on the right side about a mile.
What should we bring?
Everything that enters the course MUST be tethered. It’s a good idea to bring with you a secure small backpack to carry items you require onto the course. Items that are untethered will not be permitted to enter the swamp. Anything that falls is irretrievable. We have drawstring bags, phone lanyards, and water bottle lanyards available for purchase in our gift shop for those who do not have their own. Locker storage is also available to leave behind any unpermitted items safely and securely.
Cameras are permitted, but must be tethered by a 3pt harness. Regular two point harness’ are not encouraged.
Go Pro cameras are allowed on the course, but must be secure via: chest mount, selfie stick (with wrist lanyard), or helmet mount (if you require a helmet mount for your helmet, please ask your guide as you’re being fitted).
Biting insects are RARELY encountered during daylight hours. Bug spray can be worn, but must be applied prior to being equipped with your protective equipment.
Sunscreen is advised. Although most of our course is under the shade of cypress foliage, the South Louisiana sunlight is very powerful. Please make sure you apply sunscreen prior to arriving or immediately upon arrival. Once protective equipment is worn, sunscreen will not be permitted to be applied due to its corrosiveness.