City Park in Branson, Missouri
The Branson Parks & Recreation Department manages 16 separate park locations, ranging from small, neighborhood parks to
large, wilderness areas. All together, these parks encompass more than 290 acres within the City and provide open green
space and recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Click here for more information about all
Branson City Parks.
This popular park, located near Lake Taneycomo off Hawthorn Street, features two youth ball fields, a tennis court, a
playground, and a pavilion with picnic tables. Youth baseball, softball, and soccer games are frequently played at this
park. Public restrooms are also available.
A 44,000 square foot recreation center featuring two gymnasiums, a fitness center, aerobic and exercise rooms, indoor
track, locker rooms, community rooms, game room, concession area and offices. Outside the recreation center, a 12,000
square foot aquatics center features a zero-depth entry leisure pool, water slides, lap lanes, diving well, and shaded
picnic area. Other outdoor facilities will include four baseball fields in a cloverleaf design with a concession
building, soccer fields, pavilions, a two-mile walking trail, and a playground.
Branson North subdivision at the corner of Westwood and Woodridge Drives is the home of this neighborhood park which
features a playground.
This beautiful neighborhood park, located in the Cantwell addition along Michel Lane, offers a playground and a popular,
lighted basketball court. Click here for more information about all
Branson City Parks.
This neighborhood park features a picnic area and gazebo. Parking is available. Future plans call for walking and hiking
trails throughout this wooded area.
John Nygard Memorial Park
The neighborhood park features a playground and benches and is located at the corner of Long and 5th Street.
Lakeside Forest Wilderness Area
Forest over looks Lake Taneycomo and features trails, a waterfall, and a cave in the very heart of Branson. The trails
range from mild to strenuous and have geo caches hidden in the park. The rugged hiking trails offer many scenic views.
The original trail is an aerobic experience with its 315 stone steps. The new trail is less physically challenging with
a flatter course. The 130 acre park is located on Fall Creek Road just 2 blocks south of 76 Blvd., not far from The
Dixie Stampede and is open from 7am - 7pm.
This neighborhood park, located in Murphy addition off Rose O'Neil Drive, features a sand volleyball court, a
basketball court, playground equipment, and two covered pavilions with picnic tables. A beautiful scenic view of Branson
is available from this park.
North Beach Park
Located on the banks of Take Taneycomo, the park features a walking trail along the lake that connects to the Branson
Landing boardwalk. Other park features include two fishing docks, picnic tables, barbeque grills and horseshoe pits.
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This popular area for visitors to picnic is located along Highway 76 next to the Dixie Stampede Dinner Theatre.
Facilities include a covered pavilion and picnic tables. A public restroom resembles the one room schoolhouse that was
once located on this site.
This neighborhood park is located at the end of Parnell Circle and offers two tennis courts and a playground. The tennis
courts are very popular with the neighborhood and are often full during nice weather.
Stockstill Park is very popular park and is a hub of activities for adults and children alike. The park, which sits along
Roark creek, hosts softball and tennis leagues for all ages on its two softball fields and six tennis courts. Two large
children's playgrounds can be found crawling with kids most all the time. Throughout the park, four separate covered
pavilions are a popular community place for family picnics. A 1/2 mile paved walking trail surrounds the park. Public
restrooms are available. A lighted soccer field and our newest feature, a skate park, can also be found in this 62 acre
This park sits along Lake Taneycomo near Alexander Park and features a 6/10 mile paved walking path. A newly constructed
disc golf (also known as Frisbee golf) course has been added to the park. Click here for more information about all
Branson City Parks.
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