Kids are back to school, great discounts, fewer tourists, excellent weather and outdoor activities this month in Branson MO! It’s time to give yourself a much-deserved break, an excellent way to enjoy your August 2020!
If you’re thinking of coming in August and September, call us right away to secure your lodging and special discounts.
Summer-end in Branson
Fun, relaxing and safe things to do in Branson, MO:
Catch these fun and sporty activities in Branson MO:
Cal Ripken Major70 World Series – August 6-15
Charles Schwab Series at Buffalo Ridge – August 17-26
Branson Grand Prix of Missouri – Powerboat Nationals Race – August 22-23
Forrest Gump 5k & Half Marathon – August 29
After these active sports events, book family-friendly cabins in Branson MO ! For more details and availability, please call 417-203-0402 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To check out the properties, you may click on the following:
Enjoy the music of your choice during this Branson Landing Summer Concert Series:
Prince Ivan – August 8 – 7 PM to 9 PM
Sequel Dose – August 22 – 7 PM to 9 PM
You should find the perfect place for your quality time together. Just call Tom at 417-203-0402 or email email@example.com to reserve one of our romantic cabins in Branson MO. To check out the properties, click on the following links : Woodland Romance LodgeLakeside Fun
Don’t miss the wonder that Southern Gospel Picnic has to offer to the whole family:
70 different groups are perfoming
concerts from award-winning artists
southern cooking and food feast
Silver Dollar City
Enjoy the best and most exciting family activities in Branson with the whole family after all this current stay-at-home order. Contact Tom for more details and availability: 417-203-0402 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The tail end of Summer is always so bittersweet for us. Before we look forward to cooler weather, the new structure of the kids going back to school and preparing our fall wardrobe, let’s celebrate the last hurrah of Summer and enjoy these fun facts about Summer:
1. The first day of summer is also known as the summer solstice, and the day varies depending on the Earth’s rotation.
2. Watermelon is one of the very famous treats that we thought is a fruit but in reality it belongs to the cucumber family of vegetables.
3. July is national ice cream month, no wonder a lot of us crave for this cold treat during summer.
4. Women’s bathing suit was created in the 1800’s.
5. There is also a “dog days of summer” specifically on these dates: July 3rd to August 11th.
6. The summertime staple, Frisbees was invented in the 1870’s as a pie plate.
7. July is national blueberry month.
8. Most theme and water parks are on a summer seasonal schedule.
9. More thunderstorms occur during summer than any other time of year.
10. Ice pops were invented in 1905 by an 11 year old boy.
Last Summer Hurrah for Kids this 2020!
For the remaining weeks, kids may enjoy these online resources to encourage them to press play, then go play:
1. The Epic! – an app that was established to make books more accessible to kids.
2. Camp Candlewick – a virtual book camp that encourages kids to take part in shared reads, activities, and streaming events with prominent creators.
3. Marathon Kids – teamed up with Education Connection to bring kids a fun summer challenge, Run and Read!
4. Scholastic Summer Read-a-Palooza – a free program unites communities in a nationwide campaign that celebrates reading for fun while improving access to books during the summer.
5. Children’s Museum of Manhattan – brings the museum to your home.
6. #DrawTogether – by Illustrator Wendy Mac on Instagram.
7. NBC Sports Camp – to keep kids moving in partnership with the sports training complex Chelsea Piers.
8. Virtual Summer Camps – an interactive online workshops for kids by Microsoft.
9. Raddish Kids cooking camp challenge – a culinary adventure for kids!
10. Home Science Experiments – by the Oregon Museum.
Branson – Everything Is Open Now
Most resort amenities have been open since Memorial Day. Most Restaurants, Lake Facilities and Shows opened by July 1st.
We recognize how serious this health issue is for our guests and our families…in fact for the whole Human Family!
We agree that it is imperative that we take action together to reduce exposure but we also recognize that long-term “sheltering in place” can cause emotional upheaval.
In response, we are taking special care to insure that our vacation rental homes are safe AND we are offering some great prices.