Outdoor Fun in Branson

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Branson, located in the Missouri Ozarks, offers a wide variety of outdoor adventures. You can take a zipline ride (or several), fish for trout, enjoy a day boating and tour a show cave.


A. Table Rock State Park

Visitors to Branson can make their headquarters at this park, located along Table Rock Lake. The park features a marina, scuba diving, fishing, a boat ramp, camping, a paved walking and bicycle trail, and picnic sites and a shelter.

B. Lake Taneycomo – Branson

Get up early to enjoy Lake Taneycomo, one of the great trout-fishing destinations in the country. Lake Taneycomo is stocked annually with 750,000 10-inch to 12-inch brown and rainbow trout.


A. White River Fish House

Buoyed by the waters of the White River, this floating restaurant serves up campfire classics of trout and catfish, along with refreshing drinks.


A. Marvel Cave at Silver Dollar City

Marvel Cave, a Registered Natural Landmark, opened for tours in 1894. The cave, which lies beneath Silver Dollar City theme park, was the first attraction to bring tourists to the Branson area. One of the deepest caves in Missouri, it has one of the largest subterranean entry rooms in the United States. After you see Marvel Cave, stick around for a great day of family fun at Silver Dollar City.

B. The Bull Shoals Lake

Spend part of your day on this 45,000-acres lake, which begins where Lake Taneycomo ends, and has more than 740 miles of shoreline. It's a great spot for water sports, including scuba diving. Bull Shoals Lake is known for its excellent fishing opportunities for white bass, largemouth bass and walleye, catfish and crappie. Located near Forsyth.