Posted by The Galway Girl on 17th March 2010

Hiking in Branson

There a lot of great trails and places to go hiking in the area. I love the Branson Lakeside Trails, which take you down the side of a mountain to a beautiful lake view.This one is found across from the American Bandstand Theater, on Fall Creek Rd.

For an easy walking trail, the one behind Stockstill Park is a great option.This park is off of Epps Road.

North of Branson, there is another park inside the Mark Twain National Forest called Busick Park, it has multiple trails.

Another great option is the White River Corridor Trail, which is found off of Hwy 165 S. just below the dam, close to the fish hatchery. In the same area, there is great trail called the Table Rock Lakeshore Trail, which is part the Dewey Short Visitors Center.

South of Branson, about 45 minutes, there is a beautiful park called Dogwood Canyon. Unfortunately this park is privately owned and they make you pay for use of the trails, but you can also rent bikes and ride horses there.

For information on saving money and traveling to Branson, MO, check out BransonTravelOffice.com.

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