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Dogwood Canyon 2019

This is the entrance to Dogwood Canyon. Dogwood Canyon Nature Park is a one-of-a-kind experience for nature lovers and adventure seekers of all ages. Covering 10,000 acres of pristine Ozark Mountain landscape, the park has miles of crystal-clear trout streams, dozens of cascading waterfalls, ancient burial caves, unique hand-built bridges and bottomless, blue-green pools.

With 9 miles of trails, be prepared to enjoy a nice walk.

On my last visit I took over 500 photos. If you want to photograph the waterfalls, use a DSLR camera with at least a 6 Stop Neutral Density filter. A tripod is a must. You can see the result on some nearby posts.


Big Cedar Lodge

This is one of the many waterfalls at Big Cedar Lodge and Dogwood Canyon. It seems that nothing can be built in these two areas without adding a waterfall. There are so many streams that run this resort that many just flow across the road.

I will be visiting Dogwood canyon this weekend so watch for more photos. In the meantime click here for more photos: Big Cedar Lodge and Dogwood Canyon.

Structure in Dogwood Canyon

Dogwood Canyon

The people who own Big Cedar Lodge have an overly scenic valley down the road from their resort near Branson. This place is loaded with waterfalls, scenic bridges, overlooks and even new mill that looks like an old one. This is a little stream running under some steps in the valley.

Next week I will be visiting again for some springtime photos. Be sure to look for lots of new photos.

Click here to see my complete set of photos from Dogwood Canyon, Big Cedar Lodge and Eureka Springs.

Table Rock Lake

Big Cedar Lodge

One of Missouri’s most spectacular resorts is Big Cedar Lodge. This is an old 1920’s estate converted to a resort by the owner of Bass Pro Shop. The creativity of the owners is something to see. Here is a photo overlooking the Registration building towards Table Rock Lake. This early morning photo gives great lighting and the mist on the lake.


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