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Old 06-16-2011, 04:28 AM   #1
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Am planning a trip to Branson, MO next month. Just wonderin' if anyone has any inside info on what to do and see while there. Camping therefor about 10 days.
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Old 06-16-2011, 08:49 AM   #2
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Obviously lots of shows. Depends on your likes which ones to attend. Most are OK to GOOD!!



Lots of sight seeing in the area, a short trip to Eureka Springs, Ark would be in order for shopping and looking around.



If you are young at heart and body, Silver Dollar City is close.



For us there are no "must see" attractions but we enjoy lots of different things.
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Old 06-19-2011, 10:52 AM   #3
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Went there in March...most shows closed.
Did see Jim Stafford....very good show.
Stayed at ABC..America's Best Campground..about 10 minutes from downtown.
Sites A, B, C, D are very good...see the Branson lights at night.
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The wife and I went to see "sons of the pioneers". Good show and dinner. It's in a barn type building with open walls, very casual.

Also took the showboat tour on Tablerock lake. A bit pricey, but worth it. Fantastic show, great dinner. Take the afternoon show. The scenery from the top deck of the boat is great. Beautiful sunsets. Take your camera.

This is all we got to check out, ran out of time. We'll be back.

Take good walking shoes.

Go take the train ride- but get on the observation deck or all you'll see is brush and trees.

In the old downtown area there's a old five and dime, lots of neat stuff there.

Have a great trip
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Old 06-24-2011, 01:03 PM   #5
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Was there last fall, Clay Cooper had a pretty good country-western show, toured table rock dam and the fishery was interesting as side trips. Did not like the down-town city campground and would not go back, Lots of construction noise on the bridge and trains all during the night made it very noisy.
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We stayed a few days at Table Rock State Park. Right on the lake and close to the attractions.



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We live very close @ 2 1/2 hr.drive we go over quite often and the Dixie Stampade IS A MUST !! for a dinner show the food is great to say the least

Even though we live close enough to drive home we like to stay at the Willow Creek RV & Motel because it handy to drop the TT and check out Silver Doller City because of all the stores and free Shows even though it's pricy But if you have young ones they can ride all day for one price . Thar isa BOB EVENS rest. at hwy 65 & 76 thats hard to beat .





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