We stayed 3 nights at the Magnolia Inn.
Our accomodations there were FREE because we agreed to look at a time share condo and listen to a sales pitch. We accepted the free room and free meals but we did not buy the time share.
It is a nice place. Most unique thing about staying there is they provide FREE buffet breakfast to the restaurant across the street.
The Branson/Lakes Area offers approximately 23,000 value-priced to luxury motel, hotel, bed & breakfast, resort and condominium units plus 5,000 camping and RV spaces. Whether searching for a spacious condo, cabin or cottage at one of the many resorts on the lakes, a condominium at a golf resort, a luxurious hotel suite or a great motel value right on 'The Strip,' Branson is always accommodating.
Advance lodging reservations are always recommended for best availability. However, if you arrive in town without a reservation, the Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce has a lodging locator that can assist you in finding accommodations. To access this system, stop by the Chamber's Welcome Center on the southwest corner of Highways 248 and 65, or call 417-336-4466 after business hours. You can also log onto many of our partner properties within this site to gain updated information about the facility and its availability.
silver dollar city campground is very nice. they also have a cabin which is really cool. you have to book it very early though for the cabin.
$24 for a camper site, i think.
really nice people... lots of trees (unlike most campgrounds in branson which have no trees).. free shuttle to silver dollar city..
Rates great. Rooms nice. Theme fun. Yes, we had a blast and would recommend it.
Faux-riverboat theme was imaginative and fun. The pool is on the bow, so you can jump off the deck into the "river." Only problem was the pool closing at 10:00 p.m. Rates were $42 for bottom "deck," $37 for upper "decks."
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