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Branson, MO

In the Heart of the Ozarks

Things To Do: Outdoor Spaces

Dogwood Canyon

Nature lovers will appreciate the beauty of Dogwood Canyon Nature Park. It’s worth the short drive out of town to take in the more than 10,000 acres of natural beauty. Hike through high ridges and deep hollows covered in oak, pine and cedar, trout fish or take a fly fishing lesson, or tour the numerous scenic waterfalls by bike. Groups can make reservations for segway tours. Tram tours also feature highlights of the park’s history, including being built in 1990 by the founder of Bass Pro Shops, John L. Morris. The canyon is expanding and undergoing extensive renovations at the end of 2015. A new Grist Mill, Welcome Center, Canyon Grill and Restaurant, education center, tree house, and Little Indian Stables are all in the works. more...

National Tiger Sanctuary

The National Tiger Sanctuary allows you to get up close to these magnificent cats through a variety of guided tours. The sanctuary was created in 2000 as a safe and protected environment to connect with wildlife, and it offers visitors unique glimpses of many animals. It also attracts interns from all over the world to study under NTS experts. Only guided tours are provided so the cats have enough time to rest. Tours range from an awareness tour of 45 minutes to a feeding tour to a full-day, seven-hour, behind-the-scenes tour. more...

Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Drama Show

Since the 1960s, this outdoor show has told the story of Harold Bell Wright’s legendary novel, Shepherd of the Hills. You can take a tram tour of the early 20th-century homestead on the property, including Old Matt’s Cabin, which is the original home of the characters featured in the novel, or take in a nightly recreation of the book itself. Wright relocated to the Ozark region after being diagnosed with tuberculosis and stayed at the homestead of John and Anna Ross, where he returned every summer for eight years. The book based on his experiences was published in 1907, and millions of copies have been sold over the years. more...

Table Rock State Park

Table Rock State Park offers a little bit of everything for the millions of visitors that come here each year. Whether you want camping access to the lake, a marina that rents a variety of watercraft, or scuba diving excursions, you’ll find it here. You can also mountain bike on one of the park’s trails or book a bass fishing excursions. Much of the equipment for many of these adventures can be rented/purchased at the park itself. more...

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