Family-Friendly Resort with Comfortable Suites
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 became a tourist spot in the early 1960s, when several country-music concerts and comedy shows turned it into an entertainment destination. With more than 100 venues added since, Branson has earned 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, The Suites at Fall Creek makes for a convenient home base 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 cozy carpets. At 900 square feet, the one-bedroom suites add full kitchens and screened-in porches. Guests can also fix meals in the studio rooms’ partial kitchens. Take a stroll along the property's narrow walking paths for glimpses of manmade ponds and manicured gardens.
Branson: 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. The six-brother musical troupe known simply as Six performs its award-winning a cappella concert most days from March through November.
Fishing remains one of Branson’s most popular activities. Perched at the foot of old Main Street, Lake Taneycomo’s clear, cold waters make it an ideal habitat for trout. Ten minutes from the hotel, Table Rock Lake offers some of the country’s best bass fishing among forests of oak and hickory trees.
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