Dogwood Canyon Branson MO
Dedicated to preserving its natural landscape and plant life, Dogwood Canyon has several trail-navigating options available to visitors for exploring the park’s beauty first-hand.
Hour-long trail rides on horseback showcase areas of the park through the eyes of early European settlers and Native Americans to the area. You’ll meander through old logging roads and ridges located on the 10,000-acre property with a tour guide. For a longer ride, saddle up for the Little Indian Lunch Ride, a two-and-a-half hour tour with an included stop for lunch. VISIT WEBSITE
Aside from a few amenities to make Dogwood Canyon Nature Park more accessible to our guests, the rugged landscape has been left untouched and, with just a little imagination, you can travel back to a time when European settlers first entered the area or, even further, to explore the mark that Native Americans left on these Missouri hills and hollows.
Today, the park includes a fully-functioning mill, restaurant, conservation center, bike barn, a treehouse built by Animal Planet's Treehouse Masters and a horse stable facility.