Getting to Know Wolfe Creek Preserve – Teeppee Tower

At Wolfe Creek Preserve, we feature a variety of eco-adventure options ranging from a single zip line experience to encompassing tours that trek across the entirety of the course. And while we have become one of Branson’s hottest new attractions since opening in May, 2010, we have done little to highlight the individual aspects of the course. That is why we would like to take the time to feature in-depth the numerous zip line towers featured on property, immersing potential visitors into the story of Wolfe Creek Preserve and the humble beginnings that birthed Branson Zipline and Canopy Tours.

The affectionately titled ‘Teepee’ tower is the starting point of our Ozarks Xplorer Canopy Tour. The name stems from the remnants of a teepee that was found when the property was first purchased long ago. The original owner of the property, Isaac Wolfe, used the teepee as a temporary shelter while he built his homestead and his son, Eli, continued to use the area as a sort of escape years later. Seeing as the original teepee served as temporary shelter and Branson Zipline prides itself on the same ideas of natural preservation as those that used the land before Isaac, it was only fitting that the beginning of the course pay homage and represent this unique, historical aspect of Wolfe Creek Preserve

Those that would like to experience our Ozarks Xplorer Canopy Tour, or any of the other zip line options featured on Wolfe Creek Preserve,  can easily learn more about each experience and secure reservations online at BransonZipline.com.

Also, be sure to check out our image gallery for numerous other images of the course and our gift shop, Wolfe Creek Station.

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45 Responses to Getting to Know Wolfe Creek Preserve – Teeppee Tower

  1. Laura says:

    What a great way to incorporate the history of the property into the tours.

  2. Paul says:

    There’s my fun fact for the day! I’m still waiting for my chance to take these tours though, I can’t wait.

  3. Matt says:

    That’s an interesting story. I wasn’t entirely aware of the beginnings of the property before the zip line was built on it. I’m glad to hear they’re continuing with the historic preservation practices!

  4. Candice says:

    What an interesting story. I remember hearing about that when I went on the zip lines!

  5. Melani says:

    It’s so cool to know the history of the area and to get more of an inside look on the zipline.

  6. Donna says:

    I think its cool that each tower has its own little stroy!!!!

  7. Jose says:

    I happened to miss this tower since i only went on the flying prospector but that’s only more reason to go back.

  8. Becky says:

    I didn’t know there was such an interesting story behind the ziplines. I’m intrigued. 😀

  9. Ashley says:

    Knowing Branson Zipline is able to preserve the land and still offer people a look at the wonderful Ozarks land makes me even more interested! I hear they brought in a lot of structures by helicopter to save trees!

  10. Eli says:

    I have to see this in person. It looks like a great start to the zipline tour.

  11. Jose says:

    The facts about this tower is great and all the leap off of the tower is real exciteting.

  12. Evonna says:

    This is a neat place to see and a fun experience!

  13. Candice says:

    I didn’t notice that this tower was shaped like a teepee when I went on the zip lines!

  14. Jessica says:

    I can’t wait to try out the Ozarks Xplorer Canopy Tour! It sounds like so much fun!

  15. TRAVIS says:

    can anyone tell me the highest height of the zip lines and the bridges thankyou semper fi

  16. Jessica says:

    This seems like it would be a lot of fun!

  17. Kristy says:

    OMG! this is pretty high, still sounds fun.

  18. Jessica says:

    Very very cool make sure you go to the gift shop before you leave its got lots of good stuff in there.

  19. Evonna says:

    This was the best outdoorsy tour i have ever been on!

  20. Kristy says:

    Is it really? I really want to go!

  21. Tabitha says:

    It’s cool that they kept some of the history of the area in the zipline tour.

  22. Brad says:

    Looks like a blast. I can’t wait.

  23. Sabrina says:

    Love it!!! Can’t wait until I get to go!!!

  24. Jessica M says:

    The Teepee is pretty cool to see in person.

  25. gigi says:

    Nice background story about Isaac Wolfe and his son, Eli…it sounds awesome.

  26. katrina says:

    Thats so cool, it will be fun to see

  27. Jodie says:

    Can’t wait to go!!!

  28. Michelle says:

    I can’t believe Branson has a zipline now! It was awesome! I want to go back this summer!

  29. Jessica says:

    It will be a lot of fun to see and visit.

  30. Sarah says:

    I can’t wait to go on this tour, I am so excited. It looks like so much fun and an eye opening experience!

  31. Amanda says:

    It is nice to see that history was kept for all of us to learn about. I am so excited to see this when I go.

  32. Todd says:

    This is the way you should see the ozarks

  33. Sarah says:

    Oh my!!! This looks like a very good learning experience. Not to mention the teeppee is so HIGH!! I cant wait to go and learn more about the history.

  34. Braden says:

    So this is where it starts. Can’t wait to see it in person.

  35. Ashley says:

    This tower is so cool!

  36. Kelsi says:

    Its so awesome how they have kept up on the historic part of the land.

  37. Caitlin says:

    Teepee Tower looks like an incredible sight. Can’t wait to get the chance to visit for myself!

  38. Ashley says:

    Thats really neat history, I cannot wait until I can see it in person let alone the rest of what the land holds.

  39. sarah says:

    this sounds really cool

  40. Trev says:

    150 ft sounds crazyyyyy

  41. Courtney says:

    Sounds awesome cant wait to see the Teeppee Tower view.

  42. Evelyn says:

    I love that the zipline towers were built with minimal impact on the environment. This one is a good reminder of that aspect of Wolfe Creek Preserve.

  43. Heather says:

    I would love to see the teepee tower and hear the story behind it.

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