Bigfoot Adventure

Warmer days and blue skies are back and now is the perfect time to plan a fantastic family weekend getaway at Bigfoot Adventure in Tracy City.

Bigfoot opens its zip lines for the season on Friday at Baggenstoss Farms, which spans more than 500 acres atop the Cumberland Plateau.

Bigfoot Adventure, owned by Andy Baggenstoss, offers the perfect outdoor day trip just 26.4 miles from downtown Winchester.

In addition to zip lines, the establishment includes an RV park and campground with endless possibilities for making new outdoor memories on their beautiful walking trails, Frisbee golf course, fishing ponds and bluff views.

There is even a treehouse rental available, known as one of the top treehouse rentals in Tennessee.

For hunting enthusiasts, Baggenstoss Farms offers quail, chukar and pheasant hunting outside the property during hunting season.

They will soon open up their 5-stand, a type of shotgun sport shooting similar to sport­ing clays, trap and skeet featuring five stations and 6-18 strategically placed clay target throwers. Shooters shoot in turn at various combinations of clay birds.

The zip lines

There are eight exciting zip lines that take about an hour and a half to two hours from start to finish.

Zip-line tours are available on Friday and Saturday at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. and on Sunday at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.

Children must be 5 years old to use the zip line, and all participants must weigh between 50 and 300 pounds.

The guides will hook you up to the line and catch you so you do not need to worry about bringing gloves to stop yourself. Just sit down and enjoy the ride!

The highest zip line is about 60 feet off the ground. Zip line tours can have up to 15 people. While there, plan to use the RV camp and receive discounts off your zip-line adventure.

Camping

The Bigfoot RV Park and Campground has a variety of amenities, including: a bath house and showers, RV water and dump stations, 30/50 AMP hookup options as well as just water and power options, more than 25 camper hookups, a disc-golf course and three catch-and-release fishing ponds in addition to the zip-line attraction.

The campsite is also pet-friendly to allow campers to bring their furry friends to experience the great outdoors.

Parties, reunions, music, weddings and more

Bigfoot Adventure’s scenic location is the perfect spot for corporate events, birthday parties, church groups, family reunions, festivals, nonprofit events and more.

Birthday party packages include access to the bounce house, pavilion, grill, cornhole, five bags of ice and 12 zip-line tickets. Additional zip-line tickets are also available.

And now is a great time to get a head start on planning your 2021 family reunion at Bigfoot.

If you’re looking for a breathtaking venue for your wedding, The Pointe at Baggenstoss Farms is the perfect place for an outdoor wedding overlooking Payne’s Cove.

There is a farm house cabin available for wedding preparations.

Music

For those who have missed live music, Bigfoot Adventure will begin having outdoor concerts on its stage the third Saturday of every month.

This month will feature Ally Free on April 17. Check out the event calendar on the website for more information.

The stage, the cabin and the clubhouse are also event spaces available to rent year-round.

Bigfoot Adventure shuttles

Shuttles are available for pick-up and drop-off to the shows at The Caverns in Pelham, located 15 minutes from Bigfoot Adventure.

The Caverns does daily guided tours and has reopened their music venue. Check out the organization’s website for more information.

In addition to shuttling to The Caverns, Bigfoot Adventure offers day rentals for private events on or off the property such as weddings or parties.

Call Bigfoot Adventure at 931-488-8652 to schedule zip-line tours, camping or other events.

Go to the Bigfoot Adventure Facebook page or BigfootAdventureTN.com for more information.