The Ozarks’ Dogwoods

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

1 Day and 1 Meal

Special Features

  • Visit Roaring River State Park
  • Visit Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs
  • Lunch at Historic Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs
  • Narrated Tram Tour at Dogwood Canyon
  • and Much More!

Nothing shouts “Good-bye Old Man Winter!” and “Hello Spring!” more than the blossoms of the Dogwood.

Spend the day with Sunnyland Travel Center as we stroll by foot and by coach through Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas forests and glades in search of Missouri’s State Tree.

Check out Roaring River State Park. We will cross the MO-AR state line to visit Thorncrown Chapel and be enveloped by the serenity and majesty of the Ozarks springing back to life. Lunch to follow at the famous (and haunted?) Crescent Hotel.

Photo credit: Thorncrown Chapel

Back to Missouri to Dogwood Canyon! Enjoy a narrated tram tour of the canyon – 10,000 acres of nature-lover’s paradise with miles of crystal-clear streams, dozens of cascading waterfalls, unique hand-built bridges, bottomless blue-green pools, and herds of four-legged critters provide ample photo opportunities.

Photo credit: Crescent Hotel

No visit is complete with a stop at the Nature Center with the salvaged grain mill powered by Little Indian Creek and extending into an artifact hall.

Photo credit: Sunnyland Travel

We will return to Springfield loaded with pictures of spring foliage and blooms, ready to make plans for our next Sunnyland excursion.


Prices

$160 per person

$50 per person (Non-refundable) Deposit

Trip Protection: $60/pp

Final Payment Due: March 13, 2020

Please Note: Many of our sightseeing stops/sites require extensive standing, sitting, walking – sometimes on unpaved or cobblestone streets, loading and unloading into horse drawn carriages and/or trolleys. Sunnyland Travel will not refund or cover any cost of expense incurred for any missed activities due to a participant’s inability to fully participate with the group. If you require assistance in walking, navigating stairs, etc., you are required to travel with a qualified physically-able companion who can accompany and provide such assistance. Due to many historic locations, the motor coach is not allowed to stay on site or remain running to provide an alternate shelter for those not able to participate in an event. Please make sure you read the itinerary fully and call one of our travel consultants if you have any questions.


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