Lined with water parks, dinner theaters, and quirky museums, the Strip in downtown Branson is one of America’s most decorated streets. Officially known as Highway 76, the family-friendly road has helped Branson earn its "live-entertainment capital of the world" moniker by hosting shows ranging from Chinese circuses to the comedy of Yakov Smirnoff to country jubilees. Located a few miles south amid the lakes of the White River Basin, The Suites at Fall Creek makes a convenient home base from which to explore the town, offering a family-friendly environment with indoor and outdoor pools and a bustling activities center.
The resort's guest rooms have been decorated in traditional country style with wood furnishings and comfy carpets. In the studios, guests can fix meals using a partial kitchen or surf the Internet. Take a stroll along the property's narrow walking paths for glimpses of manmade ponds and manicured gardens, all set amid the Ozark Mountains.
Branson, Missouri: Waterfront Entertainment District with Country-Music History
Located in the heart of the Ozarks and nestled next to Table Rock Lake, Branson is just as famous for its entertainment attractions as its picturesque setting. On any given night, you can find country-music tribute shows and live dinner performances lighting up Highway 76.
Fishing remains one of Branson’s most popular activities, even in the winter. Perched at the foot of old Main Street, Lake Taneycomo’s clear, cold waters make it an ideal habitat for trout. Branson’s other wintertime activities range from shopping at The Grand Village, or taking a cave tour at Talking Rocks Cavern, located about a 20-minute drive north.