Family Activities:

Bigfoot On The Strip


Bigfoot On The Strip

3608 W. Hwy 76, Branson, MO

Did you know Bigfoot may or may not be hiding out in Branson? We cannot confirm or deny any sightings, but we can confirm that children will love spending an afternoon (or an entire day) at Bigfoot on the Strip. Located in the heart of Branson’s entertainment district, this attraction offers a variety of things to do for all thrill levels.
The 200-foot Bigfoot Action Tower (the highest point in Branson) is for those seeking the most thrills. The Gravity Bomb, a free-fall drop ride, and the Saddle Sling, a two-person slingshot type ride, will have everyone looking to the sky and laughing whether you’re on the ride or just watching.

For those seeking to keep their feet on the ground, there is Bigfoot-themed mini golf, a maze and a Monkey Jump that has you jumping from a platform on to a giant air bag.

The fun doesn’t have to stop on a rainy day, either, as there is a large indoor arcade and an 8D virtual ride experience, where you sit on a motorcycle type ride, grab a gun, wear 3D glasses and try to hunt zombies and free Bigfoot on the screen. Note: For those who may get motion sickness, this ride might not be for you.

If all of that Bigfoot fun isn’t enough for your family, you can hop on board a safari truck for a Bigfoot Discovery Expedition. The open-air trucks take visitors offsite to Bigfoot Farms — 10 minutes outside of Branson — where you can enjoy the beauty of the Ozark Mountains. Visitors will look for any sightings of Bigfoot or other hairy beasts like the Scottish Highland Cattle that happen to live on the property. The 80-minute tour is through rugged, rocky and wooded terrain, but all ages are welcome.
Don’t forget to hang out after the sun sets, too, because the Bigfoot Action Tower features a fun light show that’s set to rock music. It happens every half-hour.


10 a.m. to midnight daily


Admission varies per activity.


Three delicious food trucks are onsite to fill empty bellies after searching for hairy beasts. The wood-fired pizza, BBQ and homemade cookies truly hit the spot. The food trucks are open from 10 a.m. until late.


Free parking is available in a lot.