Branson, Missouri, has a little bit of something for everyone, including those sports lovers who like to participate in things that are a bit more exciting and hands-on. Check out five great sports group tours for Branson visitors.
With five major league replica fields, Ballparks of America is the number one place to host baseball tournaments in Branson. The facility includes places to eat, team suites, a pro shop with balls and bats, photography services, and fun activities like an escape room. Hosting your baseball tournament here also puts you right in the heart of Branson, surrounded by shows, restaurants, and activities.
Sho-Me Baseball Camp, which has been a top baseball camp in the Midwest since 1958, was recently bought and revitalized by Ballparks of America. The scenic camp on the shores of Table Rock Lake has been restored to its former glory and is currently hosting a variety of baseball camps for youth.
Watersports on Table Rock Lake
Table Rock Lake is a favorite summer destination for any watersports enthusiast. A popular lake sport is wakeboarding, where a rider on a wakeboard is pulled behind a boat and rides the boat’s wake. There are many local stores that sell and rent wakeboarding equipment, as well as waterskiing equipment.
There are also opportunities for scuba diving, and local shops offer rental scuba equipment, including White River Adventures.
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There are many popular golf courses in the Branson area, boasting over 200 holes for golf enthusiasts to play.
Thousand Hills Golf Resort’s 18-hole golf course was rated four stars by Golf Digest magazine and is known for being able to cater to players of any skill level. The course includes beautiful woods and streams, yet it is not far from Branson’s main strip and popular attractions.
The famous Top of The Rock golf course at Big Cedar Lodge is a popular spot. It hosts the Bass Pro Legends of Golf tournament.
Payne’s Valley Golf Course was a collaboration between Tiger Woods and Big Cedar Lodge to create a beautiful golf course in the scenic Ozark Hills. The course is suitable for all skill levels.
Branson Hills Golf Club is a beautiful, scenic course designed by Chuck Smith.
Ledgestone Country Club is a scenic 18-hole course open to the public.
Ozarks National Golf Course is another Big Cedar golf course designed by architects Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw.
Grand Country has an amazing indoor mini-golf course named one of the top 10 indoor mini-golf courses by USA today. It is fun and challenging for the entire family and is enjoyable year-round.
There are several outdoor mini-golf locations up and down the Branson strip, some of which have even hosted national tournaments in the past.
Howler Bike Park is Branson’s downhill gravity bike park and one of the best in the Midwest. There are courses for all skill levels, from beginner to advanced. There is an on-site grill, and glamping tents are available to rent for those who want to stay overnight.
The White River Valley Trail System runs along Table Rock Lake and provides scenic trails for biking, walking, or running.
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