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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...more
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We live about 4 hours away and travel to the area several times a year. Our Son and Daughter In Law were married in the Chapel there so we have quite a history with the park and have seen it grow into a wonderful nature...More
We decided to do this at the last minute at the last part of the day. We ate in the restaurant and it was great. We walked around a little and saw the tree house but it was too late to take a tram ride...More
Me and my family love getting out and doing things together.
This is one of our favourite places we have visited.
It’s so stunning, and well laid out.
There is a treehouse there built by The Treehouse Master tv show.
The waterfall is great, and...More
Went on the Tram Ride. it was very Nice Seeing all of the park and the Bison and Elk. It was a little pricey but it was a Good Time. food at the Restaurant was Very Good. Feed the Rainbow Trout in the Stream. and...More
I understand that prices go up, but they now seem to charge for each little thing you do. The $9.00 senior entry fee only covers getting into the park. Once in, you can tour the small "museum" and the building where the gift shop is,...More
We visited Thanksgiving week. The temps were cool, but we really wanted to do this tram ride. Ian was a knowledgable, great guide. We came upon the elk and buffalo upon entering the gated area of the park (which is actually in Arkansas). So neat...More
To take what is already a beautiful and to enhance just a little more here, a little bit there only to make what could be a modern day paradise.
Hidden away along the Missouri Arkansas border this windy canyon makes any time of year a...More
It was very, very cold on our visit. The lady at gate was very friendly. The building exhibit was nicely displayed. We stopped in the gift shop, I felt the prices was a little high. Also the women was very friendly so it made up...More
Response from akoerner1234 | Reviewed this property |
We were on a guided "bus" trip. This was one of the stops. We were supposed to be able to view the lodge/museum building at the end of the tram ride. Due to time constraints to get where we needed to be next we were not... More
We were on a guided "bus" trip. This was one of the stops. We were supposed to be able to view the lodge/museum building at the end of the tram ride. Due to time constraints to get where we needed to be next we were not able to do that. They gave us a few minutes to use bathroom facilities and get on the bus. This is a beautiful park. Try to allow at least half a day for this visit, if not more. You definately want to stop at the hotel/lodge. And just walk around the beautiful park a bit. Especially pretty in the mornings before it gets too warm! Hope you have a good visit there!
Response from Big Cedar L | Property representative |
The way of purchasing tickets is a personal preference but for convenience sake, ahead ordering might be the way to go! Below is further information on pricing. For further information or questions, feel free to... More
The way of purchasing tickets is a personal preference but for convenience sake, ahead ordering might be the way to go! Below is further information on pricing. For further information or questions, feel free to visit our website or call our customer service team.
$10/Adult (Ages 12-64)
$5/Child (Ages 4-11)
$9/Senior (Ages 65+)
A Single-Day Ticket
grants you access to:
The Dogwood Mill & Artifact Display
Canyon Grill Restaurant
Treehouse (as seen on Animal Planet’s
Treehouse Masters television series)
Nature & Conservation Center
plus, the ½ mile Hickory Ridge Trail.
You can upgrade your
to include Adventures like:
Walking and Hiking
Wildlife Tram Tours