- The list below includes 33 free or cheap things to do in or near Ozark, Missouri, including 32 different types of inexpensive activities like Caverns & Caves, Other Entertainment, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- From Smallin Civil War Cave to McCauley Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Ozark and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Springfield, Walnut Shade, Nixa and Reeds Spring.
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3068 Highway A, Mansfield, MO 65704 MoreLess Info
The setting for many of Little House on the Prairie stories is preserved as the Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Home and Museum. At the site, visitors can view two homes where Wilder lived including where she wrote the first four of her Little House on the Prairie books.
Started by John L. Morris, the founder of Pro Bass, Dogwood Canyons is 10,000 acres wildlife preserve with longhorns, elk, and bison. Visitors can ride a wildlife tram, ride horses on the trails, walk trails, bike trails, and fly fish, as well as have ceremonies in the wilderness chapel.
Persimmon Hill Farm raises berries, fruits and mushrooms farm on their farm near the shores of Table Rock Lake. Visitors can eat in the restaurant overlooking the blueberry fields, as well as shop for gourmet gifts in the gift store.
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6386 N. Hwy 21, Berryville, AR 72616 MoreLess Info
Cosmic Cavern is a limestone cave which is one of Arkansas' hidden treasures. One section of the cave called Silent Splendor has the longest soda straw formation hanging up to nine feet in length. Cosmic Cavern has two bottomless cave lakes. Divers have never found the bottoms.
Eureka Springsâ€™ Aviation Cadet Museum, also known as Aviation Cadet World, is an interactive museum that features exhibits pertaining to the history of military aviation in the area, including a number of historic planes on display.
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Highway 187, Beaver, AR MoreLess Info
The historic Beaver Bridge, sometimes called the Little Golden Gate is the last suspension bridge of its type in the state. If it looks familiar, it may be because the suspension bridge has been featured in the movie Elizabethtown.