Missouri June 09, 2018
There’s A Bigfoot Themed Family Fun Center In Missouri And It’s Awesome
Do you believe in the legend of Bigfoot? We think the best place to find him is in the Missouri Ozarks. Well, at least you can have some fun while looking for him. At the
Bigfoot Fun Park you and your family can have adventures, play games, seek thrills, and hunt for Bigfoot! Keep reading to find out where the big time fun begins.
There is so much to do in Branson. The Bigfoot Fun Park definitely needs to be added to your list of must-see attractions in Branson. No matter how old you kids are, they will love this epic fun park.
The Yeti Fun Zone is perfect for all ages. Climb, crawl, jump, and play trough this multi-level obstacle course.
Once you've made it into the the Yeti Fun Zone, you can choose to take the 10 ft plunge from the Monkey Jump!
If you like fun with less thrill, play a round of mini golf. Bigfoot could even be out on the course.
Their arcade is huge and totally interactive. They have some of the coolest, most realistic games out there!
Sit in the mouth of the beast and take a ride to the top of 200 foot tower.
On your way to the top, take in stunning views of Branson. Once you're at the top of the Gravity Bomb, you'll take a thrilling free fall!
If you haven't had enough thrills, strap yourself into the Bigfoot Super Sling. You and a friend are strapped back-to-back and shot straight up into the air! Try some flips before smoothing landing back on solid ground.
Search for Bigfoot himself on the Discovery Expedition. The 1.5 hour, off-road tour will take you into the Ozark terrain. You'll certainly spot some Scottish Highland Cattle but will you see Bigfoot?
So do you believe in Bigfoot? You really won't know until you go! Even if you don't find Bigfoot, you'll definitely find tons of fun.
Bigfoot Fun Park is located at 3608 W Hwy 76, Branson. MO. For more information about the park and pricing, visit their Facebook page
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