The Wilderness at Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO

5125 State Hwy 265Branson, MO 65616
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Overview

Offering remote private cabins and campsites, The Wilderness at Silver Dollar City offers unique lodging near the many shopping and dining venues on Highway 76. Guests can enjoy free shuttle services the Silver Dollar City, an outdoor swimming pool, a convenience store, a game room, a bar and lounge, a guest laundry facility, a gift shop, complimentary parking, and more.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Branson Travel Experts
  • Mixture of cabins and campsites.
  • Outdoor pool.
  • Game room.
  • Guest laundry.
  • Rustic yet modern cabins.
  • 2 miles from Silver Dollar City.
  • 0.2 miles from Billy Gail's Cafe.
  • 7 miles from Table Rock Lake.
  • Free shuttle service to Silver Dollar City.
  • Only one parking space per cabin.

Property Amenities

  • Barbecue Grill(s)
  • Free Parking
  • Game Room
  • Gift Shop
  • Guest Laundry
  • Handicapped Access
  • Internet Access in Public Areas (free)
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Playground
  • Pool Table/Billards
  • Sundry/Grocery
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Description

from The Wilderness at Silver Dollar City
Check-In: 4:00pm Check-Out: 10:00am
Off the Beaten Path and in the Middle of it all!

The Wilderness offers private cabins and campsites with a remote lost-in-the-woods feeling. We're nestled just a few short minutes from shopping and theaters on HWY 76 along some of Branson's most popular attractions like Silver Dollar City, The Showboat Branson Belle, White Water, Ride The Ducks, and the Dixie Stampede. We offer a swimming pool, General Store and a Free Shuttle to Silver Dollar City.

Spend a little time with the ones you love in our beautiful rustic log cabins hand hewn by Silver Dollar City craftsmen. All are equipped like home, with everything you need to read by the fire, rock away the night, or serve up a barbecue on your private gas grill. The charming design and peaceful setting make our air conditioned cabins in the The Wilderness, a popular choice for campers who don't exactly want to rough it. It's simply a beautiful place to relax, away from life's stresses and worries, yet so close to Branson's Fun.

Check-In: 4:00pm
Check-Out: 11:00am

Reserve Branson Customer Reviews

3 Reviews
Angela Harrison
Oklahoma City, OK
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"vacation"
February, 2015
Had a nice stay in the cabins. This is the 3rd time to visit and will visit again
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Tip: May need to take a regular size coffee pot if you and your family are coffee drinkers

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Michelle Zimmerman
Gretna, NE
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Family Tradition"
February, 2015
Our first trip to Wilderness Cabins was 6 years ago. At the time our children were 1 and 2 years old and the cabins couldn't have been more perfect for our family. We enjoyed the seclusion of the cabins within the forest and the pavement roads were ideal for strollers and walking. Since our first trip 6 years ago we have made it back every year and have brought more family members with us to enjoy our home away from home for that one week out of the year. We love to bring our own groceries and cook onsite after a long day of activities, the girls now 6 and 7 enjoy the swimming pool in the late afternoons. We have met so many other wonderful families over the years staying at the Wilderness as well. It really has that family feeling with a warm "good morning" from everyone we pass on our early morning strolls. We hope to continue to make it back to the Wilderness year upon year and keep our family tradition going, as our kids look forward to it each year!
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Tip: Great for All Age Groups

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Janet Deckman
Wright City, MO
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"After Christmas in Branson"
January, 2015
What a wonderful time we had at the Wilderness Cabins. The cabins were great. Each night we enjoyed a roaring fire and relaxing time. I was a little concerned about my choice but it turned out to be the best experience ever and was the very cozy getaway we were looking for with everything we needed. We were fussed at for checking in early but wanted to get settled in before dark due to having a show that afternoon. The front desk person the first day could have been a little nicer but at other times the others were very nice and helpful. Will certainly do this again.
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Tip: It is a cabin so don't expect the Ritz but had everything you could possilby need including a light for the fireplace.

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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TX-Travl R
Meridian, Texas
"Good RV sites - for smaller units though!"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 21, 2018 NEW
This was a nice RV park. Not too far away from the attractions in town, and with handy access to the Silver Dollar City theme park. The shuttle from the RV park to the theme park was nice, but the scheduled runs (every three hours in late summer/early fall) aren't that convenient. Our site (#154) was level from side to side, but sloped off towards the front. Nothing extreme, just two Lynx levelers under the front tires was all it took. The sites are not very deep, and the roads are pretty tight. I saw quite a few people having trouble negotiating the park and trying to get longer units into their assigned space. The larger DP Class A's had the most trouble getting into the site from a narrow approach. The AC voltage here was lower than what I have seen at other parks. We had a 30 amp site. During our entire stay I never saw it above 119 VAC. It would dip pretty well with the AC on, and it was impossible to run both the AC and water heater (on electric) at the same time. The same thing went for the microwave and my wife's blow dryer. This was true even on days where the RV park was very sparsely populated. With our AC on we saw mostly 116 VAC. Water pressure was good and low enough to not require use of a regulator. The water didn't taste funny or have any offputting odors. If you plan to stay here, and visit the theme park for more than just a couple of days, you may want to check into getting season passes. The cost of a season pass is only slightly more than two days admission, but it saves you 15% on your RV site, and even more if you decide to have a dinner cruise on the Branson Belle (as we did). The laundry facility was clean, but the dryers seemed to take a long time to get the job done. The pool was closed on our visit (early September), but looked to be pretty large, with lots of deck space around it. The other amenities were nice and generally kept clean. I just wish it had an off-leash dog run. We would stay here again, but we were in a 30' Class A motor home, so it is about the right length for the shallow sites and tight roads. Our only real complaint was the traffic noise. Our site backed up to Hwy-265 and it is a *very* busy road - day and night! The traffic zooms by and sees a mix of heavy delivery vehicles as well as locals on their way to work. If you can book a site away from the road you will probably not notice the traffic as much as we did.
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Nick W
"Wonderfu! Just know this one thing..."
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 08, 2018 NEW
We stayed in a “loft cabin.” The cabin is rustic and very comfortable. Beautiful back porch overlooking the thickly wooded hollow. Don’t mistake these cabins for “secluded cabins.” They’re really nice but you’re very close to your neighbor. We were there Labor Day Weekend so it was very crowded. That said, the cabin was quiet. All the neighbors were kind and considerate of one another. Great family environment. The only caveat is even though the Loft Cabin is the largest cabin category there is only one bathroom. It wasn’t a huge problem for us. But it could be for larger groups. We only had 4 in our party. I think the cabin sleeps a max of 7. And seven people sharing the one bathroom could get a little stressful. All in all - a great experience. Great and friendly staff.
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Janet V
Jay, Oklahoma
"Always Nice!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 30, 2018 NEW
We have stayed here many times.....the Wilderness Cabins are always GREAT! Sometimes we bring our children & grandchildren but often we come just by ourselves. The cabins are close to Silver Dollar City & the shuttle bus is fantastic to the parks entrance gate!
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JudgeFairly911
California
"Great for families!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 26, 2018 NEW
We were traveling from California and needed somewhere to stay while exploring the area. With us and 3 kids for a week we knew a hotel wouldn't cut it. The cabin was spacious and clean (save for a very large spider whom we discovered on the first night... but it's the woods right? Lol). We stayed in the larger loft with a kitchen and were very gald we did. They provided basic dishes and cookware, a small stove, and a large fridge. The jacuzzi tub was a nice touch. The beds were ok but if you have an extra memory foam topper to bring I would consider it. It was nice to sit outside and have a fire at night. If you go to the shop (where you check in) they had a great deal on firewood and stuff to make smores- a must for campfires right?! Close enough to the main strip in Branson but far enough away to feel like you are camping (I think it was a 15 min drive from the Titanic to the cabin). Very close to Silver Dollar City which is good and bad- good was only maybe a 5 minutes drive to the SDC parking lot; bad was the nightly fireworks were SO LOUD. By tge 3rd night we were used to it but still... We would stay here again without a doubt.
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Smithyben
Des Moines, IA
"Great stay in a cabin"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 16, 2018
We had a cabin with a loft for four nights recently and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The cabin was great for a family and had everything we needed. It was charming and rustic but modern inside with AC, cable TV, kitchen, shower, grill, etc. Also swam in the nice pool each night. The highlight was a concert they had one night in the game room with some VERY talented musicians from Silver Dollar City. The campground provided free drinks and popcorn and the music was great and even got the kids in the audience involved. This is a good place if you want to be closer to SDC (less than a 5 min. drive plus they have a shuttle if you prefer) and stay away from the busy strip in Branson. The trailer and tent sites looked nice too but are close together. The wifi was slow but not a big deal because that isn't why we stayed there. Price was reasonable and you can get various discounts. This would be a great place for a family reunion or group gathering. The next time we visit Branson we will definitely stay here again.
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Wilderness at Silver Dollar City

How many cabins are available at The Wilderness at Silver Dollar City?
There are 38 cabins total.

What is the minimum age required for check-in at the resort?
The minimum age for check-in is 18.

Do you have a shuttle to Silver Dollar City?Yes, there is a free shuttle available. In the summer, it runs every 2 hours starting at 10:30am. The last shuttle runs after the show at Echo Hollow at Silver Dollar City.

Do you have a restaurant, eatery or lounge on-site?
There is a general store on site but no restaurant.

What is the charge for cribs and rollaways?
These items are not available at The Wilderness at Silver Dollar City.

What are the pool hours at The Wilderness at Silver Dollar City?The pool is open from 10am-10pm.

What type of parking is available?
Only one car is allowed at each cabin. Extra cars must park in the overflow lot.

Is late check-in available?
Check-in for a cabin is 4pm and after. We are open until 10 p.m. If a guest arrives after the lobby is closed, there will be a map outside by the front door with the guest name on it showing where the cabin is and how to get the cabin.

What are the sizes of the refrigerators in the cabins?
They are dorm size fridges.