While you're visiting Cotter, better known
as Trout Capital USA , you may just want to make a quick getaway
to spend an evening at one of America's most
popular vacation destinations - Branson! Hop on Highway
65, about 35 miles west of Cotter, head north through the picturesque
Ozarks and you'll be in Branson in only a short hour or so.
on the Missouri side of the Ozarks, Branson is home to more
live music theatres, unique shopping, restaurant and lodging
choices, golf and
outdoor recreational activities, and family-fun attractions than
you can ever imagine.
Want to catch some Branson
shows? Nearly fifty music theatres in Branson showcase everything
from traditional and contemporary country music, to rock
n' roll, bluegrass, gospel, comedy, variety, large stage
magic shows, patriotic and religious spectaculars, celebrity
tribute artists, and Broadway-style productions.
resident Stars including Mickey Gilley, Andy Williams, The
Gatlin Brothers, Jim Stafford, and Yakov Smirnoff are joined
throughout the year by touring legends such as Tony Orlando,
Bill Cosby, Amy Grant, The Oak Ridge Boys, Glen Campbell, Joe
Diffie, Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers, Paul Revere
and the Raiders and many other standouts. In Branson there
is a show for everyone!
Hungry? Branson's 400+ restaurants won't let
you stay that way for long! Buffets, ethnic restaurants, pizza,
steak, fast food, slow-cooked home-style eateries, fine dining
- just bring your appetite, you're gonna' need it!
don't forget - Branson is built for family-fun! Award winning
theme parks and waterparks, laser tag, mini-golf, go-carts,
bungee jumps, helicopter rides, and lots more for the kids
and the kid in all of us.
If you're looking for an exciting night spot,
head down to the new development, Branson Landing on the Lake
Taneycomo waterfront, where you'll find restaurants to tempt
your palate, lounges and bistros to enjoy your favorite beverages,
and more than 100 specialty stores to stroll through.
So there you go. After you've caught your limit
of Cotter's world famous trout, head up and see what seven
million people rave about each year. Come visit Branson -
you'll be glad you did!