Finding Fun at Big Cedar Lodge

by Big Cedar Lodge 27. June 2012 15:34

If you’re interested in some friendly, family competition, then Dorothy’s Land Scavenger Hunt is for you.  Named after one of Big Cedar’s most notable characters, the hunt gives families a chance to compete for prizes while gaining an appreciation of the land Dorothy loved.

The fun begins in the Registration office where our associates will set you up with a list and all the supplies needed for a race the entire family will enjoy.  Included on the list are not only items to find; but things to see, questions to ask, and history to learn.  So don’t be shy, guests are encouraged to ask associates for clues or information related to the contest.

What is the best part of Dorothy’s Land Scavenger Hunt?  You never know where it will take you.

The hunt might lead you to The Swimmin’ Hole Swimming Pool, where you can take a dip in the cool water before continuing on your adventure.  Tucked in behind the pool, you’ll find the Children’s Herb Garden, and it may hold the exact item you’ve been looking for. 

Around the bend, the Marina could hold a gem of a find; but don’t miss the unexpected guests greeting passers-by along the boat ramp.  And the horse drawn carriage is not just a nostalgic means of transportation, but much needed answers to several questions.

Can’t find that one last item?  Don’t worry, Associates Lauren and Abbye, will point you in the right direction; but not before offering you a cool drink and a smile.

 It’s all about family fun at Big Cedar, and although it’s not on the list, FUN will be found by all!




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Big Cedar is tucked into the wooded hillsides of the Ozark Mountains just 10 miles south of Branson, Missouri on Table Rock Lake. This popular vacation paradise - complete with Jack Nicklaus signature golf course and Dogwood Canyon Nature Park - offers cozy accommodations, delicious dining options and first class service.

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