Ready for a unique amusement park experience at the top of Buck Mountain in North Carolina? We hope so, because we are!
Ghost Town in the Sky is a unique amusement park in the mountains of west North Carolina, ready to give the whole family a great time - from the bravest buccaneers, to the smallest of outlaws!
The authentic western theme is a fun addition to all the activities and rides you can enjoy. Fancy shooting down a 325 foot zip line? It certainly is a great way to start that adrenaline for the day!
Not enough for you? How about the Bullet - a 480 foot long zip line, just to really get that heart beating! Then of course you can wind down on the Holster, the 190 foot zip. We did say there was a ton of kids fun,and we've only just started!
You're in a stunning part of the Smoky Mountains, so why not get a better view! The Chairlift Ride takes the family up 3500 feet to the peak of Buck Mountain, and back down again. Amazing views, so don't forget that camera!
Got little kiddies who want some Western fun? Check out the Fun Kiddy Land areas, where they can experience a jet fighting adventure, or embark on a canoe expedition. (Don't worry, they are kiddie sized!)
From a Round-Up ride where you can be spun round like a Buckaroo's rope, and a Ghost Town museum, FILLED with Ghost Town memorabilia and cowboy artifacts, you certainly won't be short of fun things to do!
Did we mention about Western Town, that action packed area where kids can really experience what life would have been like back in the Old West. Witness those crazy gunfights, as well as can-can dancing and even that bank robbery you hear so much about. A great way to re-live the Wild West!
So come on Outlaws - what are you waiting for!
$14.95 (Ages 3 - 12)
They are all about fun, but also all about safety, so make sure you take notice of the height and weight restrictions for the rides.
There is a pizzeria, and a restaurants, so there is plenty to fill those tummies with!
The weather can be unpredictable so make sure you get up to date information before you leave.
They have group rates, so give them a call about taking the kids - it's historical AND fun!
There is a picnic point if you want to bring your own lunch! Make sure you have bottled water too!
Service animals are allowed in the park. The park itself has paved and graveled areas, but there are portions of the park which may be difficult for wheelchairs.
Pets aren't allowed in the park