Branson Landing, a lively shopping and entertainment district, is a complex of 450,000 feet of retail shops, restaurants, marinas and a boardwalk along Lake Taneycomo. Delegates strolling Branson Landing can experience the unique 95-acre retail and entertainment destination, all animated with live entertainment and an amazing $7.5 million fountain spectacular that synchronizes light, sound, music and fire.
Getting Active & Outdoors
Bowl your group over at Andy B's. The entertainment destination located at Branson Landing is more than a bowling alley: The venue has a full-service restaurant and bar, private karaoke rooms, virtual reality lounges, express escape rooms and a stage featuring live music.
Dogwood Canyon Nature Park is a perfect setting for a retreat or an event. The park covers 10,000 acres of pristine Ozark Mountain landscape that features miles of trout streams, waterfalls, ancient burial caves, unique hand-built bridges and bottomless, blue green pools. There are meeting facilities in the park and multiple sites where it is possible to set up a stream-side meal.
Earlier in May, the Branson
Parks & Recreation Department reopened all city parks, trails and
facilities. The Branson RecPlex
is open to the
public with social distancing measures in place. Guests are expected to
adhere to a minimum of six-foot social distancing at all times. Additional
cleaning and disinfecting measures have been put in place to ensure guest
Groups looking for adventure and spectacular views should try Parakeet Pete's Waterfront Zipline. The Sky Deck is perfect for cocktail parties and events for up to 100 people.
Visitors can take a stroll around Historic Downtown Branson; the neighborhood is home to several hundred businesses, including a variety of restaurants, retail shops, entertainment, outdoor activities and unique attractions. It's easy to get around by walking or riding the free downtown trolley.
Mainstreet Lake Cruises
offer private charters, sightseeing, lunch and dinner cruises on the
tranquil Lake Taneycomo. Groups of up to 80 attendees can enjoy a step
back in time on the Lake Queen, a restored two story paddlewheel. Larger
groups of up 120 can enjoy the Landing Princess, a 100-foot yacht. Each
offers a full menu and full bar service.
Get your golf on at Big Cedar Golf, which offers the following world-class courses:
- Payne's Valley Golf Course pays tribute to Ozarks native and World Golf Hall of Fame member, Payne
Stewart. The first public-access golf course by Tiger Woods’ firm,
TGR Design, offers an inviting layout, pristine water features,
large fairways and greens and a spectacular 19th hole, the Big Rock.
- The Mountain Top Course is a 13-hole par 3 course where golfers are required to walk; no carts are allowed. Players can complete a round at this course in less than two hours.
- Ozark National, designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, is integrated into the beautiful local terrain. The course is masterfully carved into the landscape, offering holes that challenge golfers' games and delight their senses. A highlight is the 400-foot wooden beam and plank bridge on the 13th hole that towers 60 feet above a rushing creek.
- The Top of the Rock Golf Course, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course is perched high above Table Rock Lake. The course meanders around peaceful waterfalls, wandering creeks, bass-filled ponds and the pristine lake.
- Designed by Tom Fazio, the Buffalo Ridge Springs Course was rated the #1 public course in Missouri by Golf magazine and one of the top 10 Missouri courses by Golf Digest.
F&B Hotspots in Branson