Challenge Course is conveniently
located between Dallas and
Shreveport in Diana, Texas - nestled
in the Piney Woods of Northeast
Texas. between Longview & Ore City, at one of
the highest points in East Texas.
We take pride in
training individuals and groups in
the sport of climbing and zip-lining. Our well
trained staff comes from backgrounds
such as rope rescue technicians,
active fireman, and peace officers.
From newlyweds to retired couples,
individuals, groups, organizations,
birthday, anniversary or special
occasion parties, we welcome them
all. Our zip-line guides can
escort you on a private or family
zip-line experience, or assist you
in team building exercises for
school, church, organizations, scout
troops or company groups.
about our unique Texas Tough Water
including: our broken floating
bridge, Tom Sawyer rafts, floating
climbing wall, water rope cross,
water plunge, waterfall slide and more!
Stay awhile -
Rent our fully furnished, 2 bedroom, 1
(sleeps 7) overlooking the lake.
Enjoy the peaceful surroundings,
beautiful sunsets, water fun, and some
of the best Bass Fishing in East Texas.
Have a cookout, paddleboat, kayak, and
even zip-line! Want to pitch a tent for
some good old outdoor camping? You can
do that also.
For each Canopy Tour we
book, $1 goes toward Gold Star Family Day, a local one day
event providing free zip-lining, lunch and water obstacles at Thomas
Falls. Gold Star Families are those that have lost love ones in the
War on Terror or other military exercises. Thomas Falls is proud to
support our troops and their families.
fun and very friendly staff! Highly
Norma W. L.
Ziplining through the Christmas lights
was a great family experience.
Had our office Christmas party here and LOVED it! All the lights are
gorgeous and the staff was amazing. Can't wait to go back!
a neat place. All the staff were very
professional. They knew their jobs and
carried them off successfully. That's
good since the job was to keep their
clients (us) safe.
It was tough [mud run & water obstacles], but fun and great atmosphere.
Was a blast - we will do it again
the zipline at one of your competitors
yesterday and wanted to let you know how
you measured up. It took us about an
hour and a half and we walked up a TON
of stairs. It was fun zipping over
......, etc., but I really preferred the
scenery and platforms at Thomas Falls.
Their guides didn't interact with us
very much. Maybe they were tired but
your guides were WAY better.
What makes your zipline experience stand
out is the scenery, the challenge log -
no one else has anything like that -
your suspension bridge, your guides, the
tractor ride to the long platform, and
the tractor ride back. You have great
facilities in the heart of the
Pineywoods and we're planning another
trip your way in the fall.
got the T-Shirt!
adventure and Zip lining is right up my
alley. I invited one of my best friends
and her family to join me and my special
needs son to celebrate my birthday at
Thomas Falls. I was nervous that my son
would not understand how and when to
break and that he might not be able to
complete the course. The guides and
staff were amazingly patient and
incredibly awesome to my son, Logan.
They took the time to show my little
ADHD, Autistic, Down syndrome having son
how to safely operate the pull break and
made sure that he was safe. Some might
be thinking "of course they did, they
didn't want to be liable". If that were
true they could have just asked us to
leave when Logan didn't get it right
after the 3rd try. Instead we brain
stormed on wording and came up with
commands that he would understand and it
WORKED! He was able to complete the
course. The grounds were very well kept
and the picnic area is beautiful. The
perfect location for a wedding or other
gathering. Something else that I loved
was the wagon ride from zip to zip. I
have been before where I had to hike
from zip to zip and that just zaps so
much of the energy and fun. I would
HIGHLY RECOMMEND this location.
Mary S (April 2016 - Trip Advisor Review
- 5 Thumbs up)