Branson, Missouri, will once again host the Feast of Tabernacles. This will be our 24th year of celebrating the Feast in Branson.
The Branson area, in the midst of the beautiful, hardwood-forested hills of the Ozarks, is an excellent setting for God’s fall Feast. The trees should be at about their peak in color at the Feast this year. The hills, lakes, forests and streams give the area an almost millennial setting. Wildlife can be seen in many areas. (I actually saw a doe and two fawns peacefully cropping grass only a block off the “Strip.”)
For those who want to be more active, Branson has something for you—ranging from first-class shopping and amusement parks to live music shows, Sight & Sound Theatre’s production of Samson, golf courses, museums and many other things.
Housing in Branson is some of the most economical of any Festival site. Establishments range from first-class hotels, condominiums, houses and cabins to more economical motels (all with fridges and microwaves).
Services will again be held at the first-class White House Theatre. This location offers several unusual but appreciated conveniences, including a large lobby for visiting before and after services and the West Wing for other activities.
Fragrance-controlled room available: Yes.
Tax rate for accommodations: 7.5 to 11.8 percent, depending on location.
Closest airport: Springfield-Branson (SGF), 55 miles.