Last Chance Labor Day Activities in Branson
Labor Day in the Ozarks provides the perfect time to spend a long weekend going to entertaining shows, shopping, and enjoying the last days of summer. Labor Day is also the last weekend to enjoy many of Branson’s activities and attractions.
Produced by legendary Branson entertainer Yakov Smirnoff, this circus show is made to entertain both adults and children. The show was inspired by the original Moscow Circus and follows the love story of Andrei the Clown and Marina the Ballerina. The show includes dancing, acrobatics, fire juggling, and animal acts. A highlight of the show is the unicycle performance of unicycle champion Anthony Soumiatin. In addition to the amazing acts, the show is filled with the humor you expect from Smirnoff. The Moscow Circus’ last performance is Monday, September 7 at 3 p.m.
Labor Day also brings the last opportunity to enjoy Branson’s largest water park: White Water. The park offers 12 acres of wet and wild fun. Young children will find plenty to do in the fountains and water attractions made just for them at Raintree Island and Splash Island. For more adventurous visitors, the Tropical Twister, Surfquake Wave Pool, Caribbean Plunge, and the Bermuda Triangle. Labor Day is the last day that White Water will be open for the season. Splash and Play tickets for both Silver Dollar City and White Water are also available.
A day at the lake is the perfect way to spend a lazy Labor Day. Guests can bring a picnic lunch or cook out at many of the beach access areas to Table Rock Lake. Moonshine Beach is a popular beach access area that is located near the Tablerock Dam. This access point also offers a boat launch if you want to spend the day on the lake fishing or waterskiing. The beach also features restrooms, a playground, showers, and a picnic area.