God and Country Inspirational Gardens is an interesting Branson attraction located on 76 Country Blvd. According to the owners of the Inspirational Gardens, this facility was built to beautify the eastern part of Branson’s commercial district. One nice example of its beautiful landscapes is the double set of large, black, Ten Commandments tablets. In this particular spot, tiny water nozzles provide constant drizzles across each tablet that drip into a pool. A remarkable American flag in the facility is claimed by owners as the largest in Branson that measures 30 by 60 feet and an electronic billboard showing a message ‘’Tell the kids I love them. – God.’’
God and Country Inspirational Gardens is beautifully constructed to create a solemn place where people could come and reflect on God, family, and country. The gardens feature a small cedar chapel, many flower beds, a covered area for performances, a winding path that wanders idly among the landscape, and six ponds with waterfalls and fountains. This unique Branson attraction can easily be noticed by passers-by because of its great display of the Ten Commandments. The gardens have no admission cost and free for everyone to stroll around, and if you enjoy the place, they’ll be pleased if you make a donation or purchase some items from the gift shop or snack bar.
The peaceful setting of God and Country Inspirational Gardens are designed with patriotic artifacts and memorabilia where scenic and relaxing atmosphere can be enjoyed by visitors of all ages. This wonderful facility is home to several flower beds and manicured lawns, and magnificent fountains and waterfalls. While Branson is located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains, visitors to the Inspiration Gardens can enjoy other exciting activities around the area. The College of the Ozarks campus is an interesting Branson attraction where visitors can head to the Fruitcake and Jelly Kitchen to watch students baking different type of fruitcakes.
The Table Rock Lakeshore Trail is a beautiful multi purpose trail that spans 2.2 miles and features easy access to State Park Marina and Table Rock Lake. In this beautiful trail, visitors can easily trek the 8-foot-wide paved trail where you can see abundant blooms of native plants and wild flowers. At the trailhead, you can find the Dewey Short Visitor Center that offers guide maps and brochures about Table Rock Dam and Table Rock Lake.
The Lakeside Forest Wilderness Area is another wonderful Branson attraction that has an area of 130 acres and features several miles of hiking trails, a waterfall, and a cave. Visitors to this Wilderness Area can set up a picnic around Lake Taneycomo and enjoy a group camping or hiking through the wooded hills to see flowers, native plants, and other forms of wildlife. This Lakeside Forest Wilderness Area is open year-round and maintained by the Branson Parks and Recreation Department.
If you want to spend a wonderful vacation in the Ozarks that features a solemn and peaceful place, visit God and Country Inspirations Gardens in Branson where you can reflect on God, family and country.
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