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Ozarks Activities

In addition to the great trout fishing, the Ozarks is home to multiple outdoor activities, nature/wildlife viewing, attractions, shopping and entertainment for you to enjoy.  With our central location, you have plenty of options nearby.

And to top it off, many of these activities are low cost or no cost!

Whether you want to enjoy wildlife watching, hike or bike in the woods, take a few pictures, enjoy lake activities, do some shopping or spend the evening at one of Branson's many shows, His Place Resort is a convenient starting point.

We've tried to limit the listings to those that are about 1.5 hours or less travel time from the resort, although most listed are 20 minutes to 45 minutes from here.  For each listing, we try to include travel time, cost, contact info, and a short description.

Because there are so many to choose from, we've divided activities into 6 main categories, and have created a separate page for each of the following:

Just use the flyout menu under "Activities-Main" or the links above for more information.

Click to Enlarge - Eagle at His Place Click to Enlarge - Railroad Memorial in Cotter

Above right is a picture of the mouth of Crooked Creek from the White River.  On the left is a picture of one of our resident eagles, Rebekah, flying across the river into the sunset.  On the right is a picture of the railroad memorial at the Cotter Big Spring Park, which you can reach by walking the Nature trail that begins here at the resort.