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Big Creek Resort has nine cabins ranging in size; they can accommodate from three to 12 people. All are located beside Bull Shoals Lake, with a view of the lake. Also, we offer four concrete RV sites with full service including 50 amps.
Cabins have log beds, tables and chairs that were built by local craftsmen. All cabins have air conditioners, heat, linens, fully equipped kitchens and full-size charcoal grills. Bring food, drinks, and swimming and boating towels.
Big Creek Resort has a shower house with washers and dryers, a pavilion, a playground and a boat dock. Boat ramp and trailer parking available. Wonderful place to have a family reunion.
This area contains forest, savanna, and dolomite glades. Facilities/features include firearms and archery ranges and the Caney Mountain Natural Area (1,330 acres). Interpretive nature programs are held at various times during the year. This area is located five miles north of Gainesville on Route 181, then .50 mile west on a gravel entrance road.
This park has full hook-ups and pull thrus, shady sites and picnic tables, laundry and showers, and a clean and quiet atmosphere. Propane on-site. We are located about six miles east of Gainesville, approximately 60 miles east of Branson, and within 20 minutes of Bull Shoals Lake. Tenters, bikers, and pets on leash are welcome. Weekly and monthly rates are available. Yes, we have Wi-Fi.
All rates are based on a two-person party. Each additional person will be charged $2 extra per day. Children ages 5 and younger stay free. Tenters/bikers not requiring electricity will be charged $10 per day. Off-season discount rates are also available. For more info, feel free to call us anytime, or email us to request a brochure.
Opportunities to step back in time are rare and exciting. Dawt Mill is a resort that brings life to a restored circa 1860s grist mill and village. Centered on the roller mill, which ground corn into meal, the small village of Dawt was once a bustling community.
Visitors are treated to the General Store, a Post Office (which now serves as a deli), 1860s dwellings which are converted into modern-day lodging, and the beautiful North Fork of the White River.
Dawt Mill offers canoeing, kayaking, tubing, rafting, cabins and camping. The Grist Mill Restaurant is located inside the renovated mill.
We have five, two-bedroom cedar log cabins, with full kitchens including dishwashers. The bedrooms have a queen size bed; the living room has a queen size sofa sleeper with a full size futon. Each cabin has central heat and cooling. There are barbecue grills, picnic tables and fire pits. We are located within five minutes of Bull Shoals Lake and a full service marina.
Members of the Ozark County Chamber of Commerce serve guests at Bull Shoals Lake, Norfork Lake, Bryant Creek and the North Fork of the White River. Our website gives information and lists upcoming events. A map of Ozark County is available online and at our office; the map highlights Hodgson Mill, Dawt Mill, Rockbridge Mill, Mark Twain National Forest, Caney Mountain Refuge, Dora, Gainesville, Isabella, Pontiac, Rockbridge, Tecumseh, Theodosia and other small towns and locations throughout the county.
Welcome to Ozark County Historium, where our county's colorful history is preseved and cherished. We invite you to come inside, pull up a chair and sit a spell. You will have the opportunity to dig around the roots of your family tree, experience arts and crafts once common to Ozarks family.
Learn what life was like for our ancestors. Hear, in their own words, how the old-timers did things like harness a team of mules, plow a bottom field, or turn cane sorghum into molasses. See modern-day craftsmen turn split oak strips into one-of-a-kind baskets, vessels that are still as handy today as they were 100 years ago. Sit down at the quilt frame, put on a thimble and try to make 12 stitches to the inch, like your grandmother did.
Listen as a prize-winning fiddler makes his instrument sing the old songs. Exhibits change seasonally, always celebrating the history of Ozark County and the region. An extensive genealogy library is on-site with research assistance provided upon request. The Historium building itself is a restored General Grocery building.
We rent Sea-Doo brand personal watercraft; a great way to add to your enjoyment and explore Bull Shoals Lake. We rent by the hour, half-day or day. Reserve yours early. We are located in Theodosia, on Route 160, 45 miles east of Branson.
Partner Junction sets on the corner of Route 160 and Route 95, two miles west of the Theodosia bridge. Our driveway is on Route 95; it's the first driveway on the right if you're traveling from Route 160, or the last driveway on the left if you are traveling down Route 95.
Several tree-house cabins in the wild trout management area of the North Fork of the White River – the miracle mile of private. wade-fly-fishing for rainbow and trophy brown trout. Bank access exclusive to guests.
Some cabins sleep two; others accomodate as many as eight.
Rocky Top is a quiet, family destination. We have seven cabins: two cabins sleep four; two sleep three; one sleeps two; one sleeps 5 and one sleeps seven. Linens are provided.
Cabins include: stove; refrigerator; microwave; coffee pot; linens; kitchen utensils; picnic table; and grills.
The five- and seven-person cabins are sleeping cabins only; they are close to the clubhouse, which has bathrooms and showers.
RV and tent sites are available. The club house includes: a pool table; electronic darts; air hockey; ladder ball; showers; and restrooms. Firewood is available. We also have a 9-hole disc-golf course. There is a dump station on-site.
Rocky Top Campground is a quiet, family destination. We have 20 RV sites, including water and electric (20- and 30-amp), fire-pits and picnic tables. There is a dump station on-site.
The clubhouse includes: a pool table; electronic darts; air hockey; ladder ball; showers; and restrooms. We have a nine-hole disc-golf course. Firewood is available.
We have seven cabins (see separate listing under cabins) available.
On-half mile of the South Fork of Spring River meanders through the east side of this 240-acre area. Approximately two-thirds of the area is open, and about 65 acres are classified as woodland. This area contains prairie and forest. Facilities/features include: Tingler Lake (three acres) and a permanent stream. The area is located south of West Plains: Take Route 17 south from West Plains about six miles to County Road 9100; take 9100 west to County Road 8110; then travel south about one-third of a mile to the access.
This resort has seven spacious cabins, including six two-bedroom cabins (sleep up to six) and one three-bedroom cabin (sleeps up to eight). Cabins feature a full kitchen with dishes, pots and utensils; screened porch; air conditioning; linens; and a boat slip. We have a lighted, covered boat dock with nine slips. We have a large in-ground pool, a basketball court, picnic patio, and playground. We are located between Pontiac and Theodosia marinas, which serve Bull Shoals Lake. Our location is secluded, but within 10 minutes of restaurants, grocery stores, laundromats and golf courses.
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