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August 17, 2022
waterfall trail

The Waterfall Hiking Trail in Branson, MO is a short trail to a low waterfall. The trail is just up from the parking area near the entrance to a local resort. There is a sign at the trailhead. The trail is around 2/3 of a mile each way. It is flat for the most part, but it is rocky and can be slick. Signs along the way tell you when you need to cross the creek. After a short hike, you arrive at a waterfall a couple of feet in height. It can be a nice way to experience nature if you want a change of pace when visiting Branson.

There are other hiking trails to visit in Branson. You can hike at the Ruth and Paul Henning Conservation Area, or at the White River State Park.


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