Things To Do
Posted in Canoeing & Kayaking
on June 11th, 2012
For a natural view of Ozark Mountain country, you can’t beat a summertime kayak excursion across one of our numerous waterways. Paddling a kayak through the shade of a tall limestone bluff as a blue heron takes flight from the glistening waters ahead is a pleasant memory from my last trip. The summer season is usually a drier season that leaves many of our area rivers too low to float. So now is an excellent time to paddle Lake Taneycomo or Table Rock Lake. Both offer fantastic, scenic views and a chance to spend some serene time with your friends or family.
Kayak Branson offers kayak, canoe, and paddle board rentals on both Table Rock Lake and Lake Taneycomo. You can rent solo boats, tandem boats, or even boats that will hold three. They also offer guided trips if you are unfamiliar with the area. If the guided trips are not for you, they offer shuttle services to drop you off and pick you up. Kayak Branson provides all of the gear that you will need as well. Kayak Branson makes it so easy, all you have left to do is to enjoy the blue sky over your head, the cool lake waters , and the beautiful natural surroundings of the Ozark Mountains.
For additional information about kayaking around Branson, or to reserve kayaks or book a guided trip, give us a call or you can BOOK ONLINE.
Posted in Night Life
on May 7th, 2012
As the Slim Dusty song goes~”There’s-a nothing so lonesome, morbid or drear, than to stand in the bar of a pub with no beer”
Never fear you will not go without a beer at the Outback Pub! This Australian themed Pub boasts a selection of over 100 beers plus a full wine and cocktail menu to quench the thirsts of all patrons!
The Outback also has a full food menu to satisfy your hunger. If it’s a Snack or Munchie you crave try their Walkabout Wingers, Gator Tail, Pub Sliders, or the Awesome Aussie Combo. For those with a bigger appetite we recommend the Pub Specialty portion of the menu which includes Shepparton Pot Pie, Pub Pasta, Sydney Stir Fry, or Rock Hampton Fish-N-Chips. The Pub also has some wonderful Grill Selections such as the Aussie Sirloin, Grilled Grouper, Outback Chicken, or Queensland Grilled Shrimp. If it’s a sandwich you crave, we recommend the Ridgy Didge Reuben, Outback Philly, Chook Sandwich, or Brisbane Burger.
The Outback Pub is always proud to present live nightly entertainment as well as NTN Trivia, and Billiards Tables.
Make sure you find your way upstairs to the outdoor deck before leave where there is also live entertainment, full bar and food service.
The Outback Pub is open 365 days a year!
Don’t miss a little bit of the Aussie in the Ozarks at the Outback Pub!
Posted in Dining
on April 20th, 2012
An interesting new restaurant, the Black Oak Grill, has opened at the Branson Landing. They describe themselves as “an American Tavern concept” serving “familiar American dishes with a chef-inspired twist.” These specialties include classics like the Chicken Fried Flat Iron Steak, topped with chop-house mushroom gravy, Iron Skillet Trout. Baldknobber Pulled Pork Sandwich, Five Grilled Cheese, Stone Country Fried Goat Cheese, Idaho Trout or the Ozark Bacon Burger. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a dessert such as a Bacon Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich, Rum Runner Coconut Cake or a Kahlua Ding Dong.
Black Oak Grill is open 11 AM till 10 PM Sun – Thurs, and 11AM till 11PM on Fri and Sat.
Posted in Golfing
on April 20th, 2012
A recent issue of Golfweek Magazine rated the best golf courses in each of the 50 States. Three of the top 5 courses in all of Missouri are located in the Branson area. The top five awards went to ( drummmmrollll)
1) Payne Stewart , Branson
2) Shoal Creek, Kansas City
3) Branson Creek, Hollister/ Branson
4) Ledgestone, Branson
5) Creekmoor, Raymore
For great Branson golf packages, CLICK HERE!
Posted in Water Parks
on April 20th, 2012
White Water is Branson’s largest water park, and is a great place to cool off on a hot afternoon.
You will feel like you’ve found paradise as you drift along the 800-foot-long Aloha River at Hula Hula Bay. If you are more of a thrillseeker, then the seven-story water-slide, Kalani Towers, or the speedy Pipeline Plunge may be for you. Ride a raft down Ohana Falls or the Raging River Rapids. You can get doused by a 700-gallon bucket of water at Splashaway Cay or if you’re looking for even more water, then catch a wave and you’ll be setting on top of the world in the half-million gallon wave pool.
White Water has an area designed especially for little tykes called Coconut Cove, plus sand volleyball areas, restaurants, cabanas for getting out of the sun, and The Surfside Trading Company for all of the beach gear you might have forgot at home.
White Water is a wet and wild island adventure at every turn!