The Zip Zoom Zipline is committed to providing a safe and fun experience for our guests. Our COVID-19 safety measures include the following:
- Wear a Mask: All team members and guests are required to wear a face mask.
- Hand Sanitizer: Provide ample access to hand sanitizers throughout the property.
- Social Distance: Encourage all guests and team members to practice social distancing and stay 6 feet apart.
- Additional PPE for Guests: Guests have an option of wearing a helmet with attached face shields for extra protection.
- Prescreen our Team: We prescreen our team members prior to their shift with temperature readings and assess any symptoms each day and prior to them starting work.
- Hand Washing: Train team members to wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
- Disinfect and Clean: We have a stringent and routine cleaning schedule to keep our property safe along with frequent hand washing.
Experience a great adventure on the longest zipline of its kind in southern California on this 1.5-hour guided tour featuring three thrilling zipline courses. A fun adventure for the whole family!
- 1.5 – 2 hours Duration 1.5 – 2 hours
- Guests under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian Ages Guests under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
- Must weigh between 65 and 250 pounds Weight Limit Must weigh between 65 and 250 pounds
An Adventure For the Whole Family!
Spectacular views of Palomar Mountain, Pauma Valley, and the La Jolla Indian Reservation.
Perfect for Weekends or Day Trips
Escape the concrete jungle to enjoy oak forests. We are located within easy driving distance of San Diego or Los Angeles.
Three courses ranging from 300 feet to over 2,700 feet in length.
Speeds up to 55 mph.
Our equipment provides a safe, comfortable, and exciting zipline experience for all guests.
Side-by-side lines so you can share your adventure.
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The La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians, one of five California Luiseño tribes, have lived in North San Diego County for thousands of years. Nestled at the foothills of the Palomar Mountain range, the reservation has been a vacation destination since the 1930s when the Tribe opened the La Jolla Indian Campground. The highlight of camping at La Jolla is renting rubber tire tubes for an old fashioned splash of fun on the San Luis Rey River.
The newest attraction at the campground is LA JOLLA ZIP ZOOM, a zipline tour providing riders with spectacular views of mountain peaks, lush green canyons and rustic steep slopes of the reservation.