1210 US 62/65 N
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: (870) 741-7676
Fax: (870) 741-0827
Golf Digest, sometimes considered the premier authority of golf, rated this course as the top public golf course in the entire state of Missouri. Designed by Tom Fazio, it is part of the legendary Troon courses that dot the country. You get the sense that this course is different when you learn that each hole has its own name, like Sea of Trees, or Gobbler's Knob. There are seven water holes and some monstrous par-five stretches which make things difficult, as Troon courses often do, yet there are still practice facilities like the chipping greens and driving range for newbies. The course is open year round and all fees include a cart.
This 356-acre state park encompasses the popular Table Rock Lake and is the perfect outdoor getaway spot in the Branson area during hot summers. There is a campground for overnight stays and a store at which to replenish your supplies, plus hiking trails and plenty of water activities. On the park grounds, you can find boat and parasailing equipment rentals, a dive shop and of course, a marina for all of your boating needs.
This 18-hole championship golf course is located on the Pointe Royale Condominium Resort, where the greens undulate in Bent and Bermuda grass and the people of Branson come to chip and put. The course is suitable for all-levels of play, from 'scratch' pros to younger kids. The course has a pro shop, driving range and a subdued lounge, perfect for a drink after the game. If you're staying at the resort, the course has specials and tee-time reservation is much easier.
Located in northern Arkansas, it was the first river to be designated as a National River. It runs more than 150 miles (241 kilometers), and most of it is within boundaries of the National Park Service. Advanced canoeing and kayaking happens on a part of the river, and certain parts offer extreme whitewater trails. The upper section of the river has dramatic topography including whitewater rapids, waterfalls, caves, springs and sink holes. It is a popular destination for camping, fishing and canoeing.