Inspiration Tower is by far one of my favorite places to go in Branson.
Although I haven’t worked up the nerve to try the Vigilante Extreme Ziprider yet, I just can’t get enough of the absolutely breathtaking views from the tower on a clear, sunny day in Branson.
Whether you’re an Ozarks native or just visiting for a few days, getting the bird’s eye view of the landscape’s rolling hills, lush foliage and the beautiful lakes is something worth taking the time to do. You can even see out to Arkansas mountain ranges on the horizon. Bringing a camera is a must.
If you haven’t already, I would encourage you to read the “Shepherd of the Hills” novel by Harold Bell Wright so you are able to fully appreciate everything you see across the Ozarks mountains.
His novel highlights the mountain folklore and seamlessly blends fiction with non-fiction to captivate readers with the Ozarks lifestyle of the 1900s and a tale of the outdoors, God and human nature.
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