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Kent Rollins

Cowboy Cook Kent Rollins at Silver Dollar City

Finding its beginning in the Texas Panhandle, the popularity of the chuck wagon spread across the Old West like a wild fire as it became known as a means to fellowship over the food cooked over an open fire.

Cowboy cooking is an American tradition that has slowly dwindled into our past as America has advanced into new technological horizons. However, Kent Rollins and wife Shannon work to preserve the tradition one cooking demonstration at a time.

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The chuckwagon that the Rollins’ cook off of during their demonstrations.

Featured on many top-performing Food Network shows like “Throwdown! with Bobby Flay”, “Chopped Grill Masters”, “Chopped Redemption” and “Cutthroat Kitchen”, Rollins maintains an undefeated record on NBC’s “Food Fighters”. Visitors to Ozark Mountain Country can now enjoy the culinary mastery of Rollins up close and personal at the Silver Dollar City National Crafts & Cowboy Festival where the couple will be whipping up many of their favorite dishes through the end of October.

Throughout the demonstration of the chuckwagon, Kent Rollins shares the history of each meal as he prepares it. His stories reflect the historical past of ranchers and cowpokes when they roamed the range. It is no wonder that Rollins has earned the “Best Cowboy Humorist” and “Storyteller of the Year” awards by the Academy of Western Artists.

The team at Choose Branson recently visited Rollins as he performed a demonstration in which he prepared his famous bread pudding and shared the story of the dish that inspired its creation which can be seen in our video here.

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Kerry from ChooseBranson.com meets Rollins during his demonstration.

You don’t want to miss the classic opportunity to enjoy some great down home cooking while reliving America’s past in Branson this month. So get out your hats, boots and denims and visit ChooseBranson.com to purchase tickets to the National Crafts & Cowboy Festival. While there, you may also book your lodging, and find special deals throughout the season to make your trip a “YEEHAW” blast!

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National Craft and Cowboy Festival

 

Silver Dollar City’s favorite festival is back and better than ever in 2017.

The National Crafts & Cowboy Festival is now taking place through October 28. Choose Branson was able to check out what is new this season and what makes this festival one of the favorites for guests and SDC employees alike.

When you first enter the park you will notice an unique piece of Silver Dollar City history. An original stagecoach that was purchased in 1960 has made its return to the property. It has undergone a detailed restoration process. The story behind the coach is displayed and visitors have the chance to learn about its past only during the National Crafts & Cowboy Festival.

Just beyond the stagecoach is the Silver Dollar City town square. Here you will find the “Best of Missouri Hands” proudly on display. Throughout the year SDC is home to 100 different craftsmen regularly. During the National Crafts & Cowboy Festival that number more than doubles. Vendors display their goods and demonstrate their skills on-site. You will find a wide array of products in the square, but there are plenty more throughout the entire park.

Like the Cowboy Emporium at the Frisco Freight Company. The art included in this exhibit is completely western inspired. From horseshoe art, antler baskets and photos of iconic figures of the American West this is the place for any Old West enthusiast to visit. You will also find Native American art at the Cowboy Emporium as well.

Get your tickets for the National Crafts & Cowboy Festival at ChooseBranson.com and see for yourself why fall in the Ozarks is the perfect time to visit Silver Dollar City.

Most Instagramable Places in Branson

By: Michael Ayo and Kerry Pearson

Vacations are about creating memories, experiencing new things, and fun times with family and friends. One of the best ways to hold onto those beautiful moments is by snapping as many photos as you can along the way. Fortunately, when you vacation in Branson there are many great places for a photo op. We have compiled a list of the most Instagramable places for you to snap the perfect vacation photo next time you visit.

Branson Ferris Wheel

As one of the latest additions to the Branson skyline, the Branson Ferris Wheel and its night-time light show provide perfect chances for photo ops and a little romance.

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Branson Landing

With several shopping and dining locations and a $7.5 million water, fire, light and music fountain show, there are more than enough opportunities to snap an Instagram-worthy photo at the Landing.

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Branson’s Promised Land Zoo

As Branson’s only outdoor zoo, Promised Land Zoo gives guests the chance to mingle with animals and bottle feed some of the cutest babies you will ever see; something definitely worth bragging about on Instagram.

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Cakes-N-Creams 50’s Diner

One of the few places in town that will make you feel as if you’ve travelled back in time, Cakes-N-Creams offers great photo ops with even better desserts.

Dessert at Cakes-N-Creams 50’s Diner. #springbreak #choosebranson #funnelcake #jukebok

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Celebrity Car Museum

Whether you want to go inside the museum or just check out the amazing cars out front, the Celebrity Car Museum includes iconic cars to pose with and you’ll definitely want to share those photos on social media.

Mater made for a happy boy! #celebritycarmuseum #explorebranson

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Chopper Charter Branson

After seeing Branson from the ground level, take a ride on a Chopper Charter helicopter where you can see sight such as the Table Rock Dam and Silver Dollar City, and head bang with your pilot.

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Dogwood Canyon

Not technically within the Branson city limits, Dogwood Canyon still entices many visitors to take a hike and check out the natural beauty onsite.

walked 7 miles & almost died of dehydration, but the view it was for made it worth it

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Dixie Stampede

Dolly Parton guarantees the “Dixie Stampede” show is the most fun place to eat, and the stables that line the building are great for visiting the horses and capturing some Instagramable memories.

#DixieStampede #ChooseBranson #Cousins

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Lakeside Forest Wilderness Area

Another wonderful spot to take a hike, Lakeside Forest Wilderness Area features many scenic views and a number of great spots to relax and take a photo.

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Parades in Branson

If there’s one thing Branson is known for besides its shows, it’s parades. One of the best and most popular parades to share with your Instagram following is the Veterans Day parade in November.

Parade ready. ❤️🇺🇸💙😍#veteransday #parade #choosebranson

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Showboat Branson Belle

Table Rock Lake is Instagram-worthy alone. Add the Showboat Branson Belle to the picture and it’s an absolute must-post.

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Sight and Sound Theatre

Performing shows such as “Moses” and “Miracle of Christmas,” the Sight and Sound Theatre is a beautiful location with incredibly detailed statues worth capturing in a photo.

Enjoying the show!

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Silver Dollar City

As one of Branson’s most popular attractions, Silver Dollar City is a must-visit while in town and there are several spots to stop at to snap a photo.

Don’t miss the opening ceremony during Spring Ride Days– you might get a special surprise, as well as a hug from Lucky!

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Titanic

Towering high above Highway 76, the Titanic Museum and its grand staircase are definitely worth posting to Instagram.

Photo Credit: Titanic Museum

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Explore the Ozark Caves

By: Michael Ayo

The vast Ozark landscape is filled with many explored, and perhaps unexplored, caves. With all the shows and attractions constantly running in Branson, it may be easy to forget about the beautiful cave tours offered in the Branson area. There are three caves in particular that offer tours throughout most or the entire year.

Perhaps one of the most visited caves in Branson belongs within its most popular attraction. Silver Dollar City’s Marvel Cave actually predates the theme park, and is one of the first attractions to bring visitors to the area. With Silver Dollar City actually built around Marvel Cave, cave tours are complimentary with the price of admission to the park and operates around the same schedule.

A tour through this cave is approximately 60 minutes, and is considered strenuous for some. There are 600 steps to climb, but those who do will see sights such as the Cathedral Room which is the largest cave entrance in the United States. This wet limestone cave also features the Mammoth Room, which is a large cave room located to the right of the guest trail, along with a bat wall and a Spanish ladder left behind circa 1541.

One of the most intriguing caves to explore in the Ozarks resides at Top of the Rock, just south of Branson. Titled the Lost Canyon Cave, here you can enjoy a beautiful two and a half mile journey through the cave aboard an electric cart where you will get glimpses at dramatic natural rock formations and waterfalls as you pass over Amish bridges.

For the adults, Lost Canyon Cave is also home to the Bat Bar near the waterfalls where you can be served specialty drinks such as the signature John L’s Lemonade. Cave tours begin daily at 10 a.m. and run through one hour before sunset, weather permitting. The Bat Bar is open seasonally, starting at 11 a.m. each morning. Tickets for the tours are $20 for adults, $10 for children 4 years to 12, and children 3 and under are complimentary.

One other cave residing in the Ozarks is Talking Rocks Cavern. This cave is open year-round, and sits at a comfortable 62 degrees no matter the season. The cave is vertical in nature, but features concrete steps and handrails for people of all ages to walk on while touring. The cave tour is approximately one hour and guests learn all about the history and discovery of Talking Rocks. Tours begin at 9:30 a.m. on weekdays and run through 5 p.m., and go from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on weekends.

Aside from being educated, people touring can see beautiful rock formations along with glistening crystals throughout. Once the tour is complete and you are back outside, Talking Rocks also has a mini golf course for you to enjoy at an additional cost. Tickets are $17.95 for ages 13 and up, $9.95 for children ages 4 to 12, and ages 3 and under are free. Mini golf is $7 for adults and $5 for children, though discounts are offered for those who tour the cave as well.

There are so many outdoor activities to experience in Branson, sometimes it may be hard to decide what to do. If you enjoy exploring and seeing beautiful rock formations, touring caves is just for you. You can’t go wrong with any of these three caves, and each has additional activities to try out along with their tours.

Article courtesy of ChooseBranson.com.

Branson’s Christmas Openings

By: Michael Ayo

Christmas in Branson is one of the most anticipated times of the year. The world-renowned “An Old Time Christmas” festival is happening at Silver Dollar City, several theaters have their own holiday shows, and there is more than enough shopping to be had leading up to the holiday. If you find yourself on vacation in Branson this Christmas, it may be helpful to know what shows and attractions are open for the holiday.

Shows

The following is a list of shows performing their regular or holiday/Christmas shows on Dec. 25, 2016.

– Acrobats of China at Yakov Theatre
          ~ Show plays at 3 and 8 p.m.
 Amazing Pets at Grand Country Music Hall
Show plays at 3 and 7 p.m.
 Doo-Wop and the Drifters at the Branson Hot Hits Theatre
          ~ Show plays at 2 p.m.
 Motown Downtown at the Branson Hot Hits Theatre
          ~ Show plays at 7 p.m.

Attractions

The following is a list of attractions open on Dec. 25, 2016.

 Branson Zipline
          ~ Certain zip lines and tours available throughout the day from 11 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
 Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center
          ~ Opens at 10 a.m.
 Ozark Mountain Christmas Lights Drive-Thru will be open, but the Christmas Village will not.
~ Drive-Thru will open at 5:30 p.m.
 Shepherd of the Hills Trail of Lights
          ~ Opens at dusk (5:03 p.m. according to weather.com)

No matter what you decide to do, Christmas is always a wonderful holiday. That statement is especially true if you celebrate it in Branson. After all the presents have been unwrapped and the wonderful holiday meals have been consumed, make sure to go check out some of these great shows and attractions open on Christmas Day.

Branson Christmas Trees

By: Michael Ayo

Photo opportunities are plentiful around the Ozarks and that is especially true during the holiday season. Christmas lights are everywhere and decorations line the buildings along every road. When it comes to Christmas, Branson goes all out. This is evident by the number of Christmas trees located throughout town. If you want a one of a kind photo opportunity to preserve wonderful memories of vacationing to Branson, be sure to snap a picture in front of one of the Christmas trees around town.

Branson Convention Center

One place to check out for a great Christmas tree picture would be the Branson Convention Center in downtown Branson. Aside from hosting any kind of event imaginable in the Ozarks, the Convention Center is home to a 40-foot tall Christmas tree located inside their lobby.

Branson Ferris Wheel

The Branson Ferris Wheel actually has two different photo ops with Christmas trees. The first, and by far biggest, is the Christmas tree that appears on the side of the ferris wheel several times a night through their LED light display. The other is an actual Christmas tree rather than a massive one made of LED lights. This tree is located just to the right of the gateway you enter to ride the ferris wheel.

Branson IMAX Entertainment Complex

If you are up for catching a movie or a show in the Little Opry Theatre while on vacation, you may want to grab a photo with the IMAX Entertainment Complex’s Christmas tree as well. The decorative tree stands tall in their lobby just as you enter the complex.

Branson Landing

One of Branson’s most popular shopping centers is also home to one of the most photogenic trees in the Ozarks. The Branson Landing has their Christmas tree located across from the fountains, standing a whopping 65 feet tall. Right below the tree is Santa’s workshop where kids can grab a photo with jolly St. Nick after snapping one in front of the tree.

Dixie Stampede

Dolly Parton’s well-known dinner attraction, “Dixie Stampede,” possesses a fairly large Christmas tree they place just outside the entrance to the building. As you walk along the stables checking out the horses that star in the show, be sure to stop and admire the beautifully decorated tree outside.

Downtown Branson Roundabout

If you have exited off Highway 65 and turned toward downtown Branson, odds are you have traveled through the roundabout that leads to Skaggs Road, Veterans Boulevard and Branson Landing Boulevard. A trip that may be dizzy to some is lit up with beautiful Christmas lights during the holiday season due to the 80-foot tree in the middle of the roundabout. While it may be difficult to approach this tree on foot for a picture, it is still a wonderful sight to see.

The Grand Village Shops

Another popular shopping center in Branson, the Grand Village Shops is home to the largest Christmas store in the state of Missouri, Kringles Christmas Shop. This store is filled with a wide variety of decorations along with themed Christmas trees. After you see everything inside, go outside and view the 14-foot tree the Shops has on display near the road.

Silver Dollar City

When speaking about Christmas in Branson, it is practically impossible to not mention Silver Dollar City. As one of the most popular attractions in town and a nationally recognized theme park, Silver Dollar City is home to over 5 million Christmas lights and 1,000 decorated trees. At the heart of their decorations is a five-story special effects Christmas tree that is constantly changing colors.

Theaters and Attractions Around Town

There are plenty of Christmas trees around town that will not cost you a dime to see, but Branson’s theaters know how to decorate for the holidays as well. Most people come to the live music capital of the universe to see just that; some fantastic live music. Once you see a show at any number of theaters around Branson, be sure to make time to see all the Christmas trees and decorations each individual theater has made time to put up. If you are visiting an attraction, various places have specially themed trees such as the Butterfly Palace and their poinsettia tree.

 

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Branson’s Thanksgiving Openings

By: Michael Ayo

Thanksgiving is one of the most popular holidays of the year. Whether you get excited for the food, family, entertainment or the conclusion of the holiday in order to start decorating for Christmas, there is so much to anticipate on Nov. 24. If you find yourself vacationing to Branson during Thanksgiving this year, it may be helpful to know what shows, attractions and shops are open for the holiday.

Shows

The following is a list of shows performing their regular or holiday/Christmas shows on Nov. 24, 2016.

– Acrobats of China at Yakov Theatre
– Amazing Pets at Grand Country Music Hall
– Andy Williams Christmas Extravaganza at the Andy Williams Performing Arts Center
– Carpenters Once More at the Historic Owen Theatre
– Christmas on the Trail at Shepherd of the Hills
– Crazy ‘Bout Patsy and Other Country Legends at the Branson Hot Hits Theatre
– Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede
– The Duttons at the Dutton Family Theater
– George Strait Country at the Little Opry Theatre
– Grand Jubilee at Grand Country Music Hall
– Hamners’ Unbelievable Variety Show at Hamners’ Variety Theater
– Hank Williams Revisited at the Historic Owen Theatre
– The Haygoods at the Clay Cooper Theatre
– Hughes Brothers We’re Thankful for You at the Hughes Brothers Theatre
– Hypnolarious at the Lodge of the Ozarks Crystal Theatre
– The Legend of Kungfu: Return of the Dragon at the White House Theatre
– Legends in Concert at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater
– The Lettermen at the Andy Williams Performing Arts Center
– Maxine’s Christmas Carol at the Andy Williams Performing Arts Center
– Million Dollar Quartet at the Welk Resort Theatre
– Motown Downtown at the Branson Hot Hits Theatre
– A Neil Diamond Tribute at the Historic Owen Theatre
– New Jersey Nights at King’s Castle Theatre
– Pierce Arrow at the Pierce Arrow Theatre
– Puttin’ on the Ritz at King’s Castle Theatre
– REZA: Edge of Illusion at the Starlite Theatre
– Sanders Family Christmas at the Little Opry Theatre
– Shoji Tabuchi at the Shoji Tabuchi Theatre
– Showboat Branson Belle
– A Tribute to John Denver at the Little Opry Theatre
– A Tribute to Marty Robbins at the Little Opry Theatre
– Twice Adopted at Hamners’ Variety Theater

Attractions

The following is a list of attractions open on Nov. 24, 2016.

– Adventure Ziplines of Branson
– Branson Dinosaur Museum
– Branson Promised Land Zoo
– Branson Zipline
– Branson’s Wild World
– Hollywood Wax Museum
– National Tiger Sanctuary
– Ripley’s Believe it or Not
– Silver Dollar City
– Talking Rocks Cavern
– Titanic Museum
– Velvet Collection Celebrity Car Museum
– Veterans Memorial Museum
– World’s Largest Toy Museum
– Xtreme Racing

Shopping

Branson’s most popular shopping centers will also have special hours for the evening of Thanksgiving leading into the early morning of Black Friday. The Branson Landing will be open from 6 p.m. to midnight on Thanksgiving Day and their Black Friday Blowout event will start at 7 a.m. the next day.

Tanger Outlets will also be having their Moonlight Madness sale beginning at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. This will last all through the night and into Black Friday, finally closing at a later time, 10 p.m., on Friday night.

Whether it’s a show, attraction or some shopping, there are plenty of places to check out this Thanksgiving. Be sure to take advantage of everything that’s open for the holiday this year.

Article courtesy of ChooseBranson.com.

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Branson During the Holiday Season

By: Michael Ayo

Fall and winter are absolutely beautiful in Branson. Between the fall colors and the Christmas lights, your senses will be overwhelmed with beauty as you drive through town. Whether you are planning a vacation in November or December, there are a number of fantastic activities and festivities to experience. So much so that it is hard to narrow it down, but Choose Branson did its best.

10. Adoration Parade, Dec. 4

The 68th annual Adoration Parade will take place through downtown Branson on Sunday, Dec. 4. It starts with the annual lighting of the area’s largest nativity scene then the parade follows through town. On this night of celebration, no organization is highlighted and nothing is promoted, it’s just some good, old-fashioned Christmas festivities.

9. Lazy Magnolia Carriage Company

There is no shortage of Christmas lights throughout the city of Branson, and there is no better way to view them than from a horse-drawn carriage. The Lazy Magnolia Carriage Company operates out of downtown Branson and gives you a beautiful and elegant carriage ride through town, making it a great activity for the holiday season.

8. Branson Landing

The Branson Landing is absolutely stunning during the holiday season. Festive decorations line the boardwalk and a 50-foot Christmas tree stands tall in the Landing’s town square. When you make a trip to the Landing, you can take in the beauty of Lake Taneycomo, view the holiday decorations and visit Santa Claus at Bass Pro Shops.

7. Ozark Mountain Christmas Lights and Village

This festive village is located off Buena Vista Road in Branson, and features 200 displays and over 1 million Christmas lights. Paired with the light displays are holiday-themed crafts available for purchase along with homemade fudge, kettle corn, hot chocolate and s’mores. Once you have seen the lights and sampled the holiday snacks, view the life-size nativity scene and be sure to take the kids to go see Santa.

6. Holiday Shopping

Branson is a shopping haven, and it is made even better during the holiday season. Malls such as the Branson Landing and Tanger Outlets have impeccable deals during the holidays, or if you want something directly catered toward Christmas, check out Kringles Christmas Store at the Grand Village Shops. Kringles is the largest Christmas store in the state of Missouri, and features an incredible collection of Christmas decorations including 125 designer-decorated themed trees.

5. Shepherd of the Hills

The Shepherd of the Hills Homestead turns into a Christmas wonderland during the holiday season. Instead of the usual “Roundup on the Trail” show, the “Christmas on the Trail” show plays for eager visitors. While you listen to classic holiday music, you will enjoy a chuckwagon dinner like no other complete with maple-smoked turkey breast, a whole-flame roasted ear of corn, cornbread and Dutch-oven cobbler. Once you have seen the show, be sure to visit the Trail of Lights that features two and a half miles of animated displays, three-dimensional characters and multi-colored lights.

4. Polar Express

Throughout the months of November and December, the Branson Scenic Railway transforms into the Polar Express. This holiday-themed train ride takes you on a magical trip through the Ozarks while supplying you with hot cocoa and freshly baked cookies.

3. Veterans Homecoming Week

One holiday that may not be as important as Christmas to most is an incredibly big deal in Branson. Veterans Day is widely celebrated throughout the Ozarks and there is a whole week of events dedicated to it. Branson’s Veterans Homecoming Weekkicks off on Nov. 5 and lasts through Nov. 11. Events include special performances from “Baldknobbers Jamboree,” “Golden Sounds of the Platters” and more. There will also be special ceremonies and activities for veterans in attendance. The week will conclude with the 83rd annual Veterans Day Parade through downtown Branson.

2. Holiday Shows

There are several shows throughout November and December that put on special performances for the holidays. “It” at the Hughes Brothers Theatre puts on a special show for Thanksgiving along with a wonderful Christmas show. Other shows such as Shoji Tabuchi, “Haygoods” and “Dixie Stampede” provide a completely different performance during the holiday season.

1. An Old Time Christmas Festival at Silver Dollar City

Silver Dollar City’s “An Old Time Christmas” has been recognized by USA Today, CNN Travel, The Travel Channel, Good Morning America, AOL Travel, Yahoo! Travel and MSN.com as a top holiday celebration in America. This festival includes 5 million lights, 1,000 decorated trees and a five-story special effects Christmas tree. There are also wonderful Christmas shows inside the park such as “The Living Nativity,” “It’s a Wonderful Life,” “A Dickens’ Christmas Carol” and the Frisco Sing-Along Steam Train. Rudolph’s Holly Jolly Christmas Light Parade marches through the streets twice each evening as well.

Article courtesy of ChooseBranson.com.

Fall Fun in Branson

There is something about being in the Ozark Mountains during the Fall.  Luckily,  when you are visiting Branson during this time of year you not only get to enjoy the beautiful fall foliage, you will have some serious fun while you’re at it.

Whether you are travelling as a couple or a family with children, there is something for everyone to enjoy during this season.  Just to give you some ideas, Silver Dollar City offers “National Harvest and Cowboy Festival”, ride on the Branson Scenic Railway , or view the fall scenery as you enjoy a ride at Branson Zipline and Canopy Tours at Wolfe Creek Preserve.  Oh, who are we kidding…do it all!

At Silver Dollar City’s, National Harvest and Cowboy Festival you can expect to find over 125 demonstrating craftsmen, barn dances, Western music performances, special Wild West Shows, and of course delicious food.  While you are visiting the park be sure to check out the all new Fireman’s Landing where you will find 10 new family adventure rides.  This festival runs from September until October 31.

Departing from Downtown Branson, the Branson Scenic Railway will take you on an hour and 45 minute journey into northwest Arkansas and back again.  This is an optimal way to experience the Ozark Mountains and scenery in the fall.

If you have never experienced the thrill of zip-lining this is the perfect time to do so.  What better way to take in the Ozark Mountain beauty that soaring through it?  Branson Zipline offers several different zipline and canopy ranging in time and intensity.  For the less thrill seeking person, take the Wolfe Creek Photo Safari where you can still enjoy all the beauty of the preserve at a calmer pace.

Those are just some suggestions.  With the countless trails and beautiful lakes surrounding the area, you will not be disappointed.  Whatever you you choose to do in Branson this time of year, you are sure to have a great time.  Start planning and have fun!


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