Branson’s Shepherd of the Hills Ropes Course - yep, that’s right, you can now experience a fun and challenging ropes course at one of Branson’s most legendary venues! With a comfortable harness for safety, you’ll enjoy a variety of swinging bridges, rope walls, and other fun features. There are a few requirements and restrictions for this activity, but it’s all about making sure you have a great time while feeling secure. And you won’t find a prettier place that’s home to a ropes course; the Shepherd of the Hills Homestead is a special little slice of the Ozark Mountains that’s been home to the historic Outdoor Drama for several decades. In addition to the Drama that tells the story of the best-selling book, The Shepherd of the Hills, the property is home to the stunning Inspiration Tower, Off-Road Ozark ATV Adventures, Lil Pete’s Playland, Zipline Canopy Tours, and the breathtaking Vigilante Extreme ZipRider.
Additional Information/Helpful Hints
Shepherd of the Hills Ropes Course is located at the Shepherd of the Hills Homestead - 5586 West 76 Country Boulevard.
The Homestead is easy to find - head out west on 76 and you’ll find it less than two miles beyond where The Strip intersects with Shepherd of the Hills Expressway.
The maximum weight limit for guests using the Ropes Course is 300 pounds; there is no minimum weight limit.
Guests must be 48” (48 inches) or taller to use the Ropes Course on their own; guests under 48" must be accompanied by an adult, must be able to walk unassisted, and must fit into the safety harness.
The maximum height limit is 6’8” (6 feet 8 inches.)
As long as guests meet the above requirements, there are no age restrictions.
Wear comfortable shoes that are secured on your feet - no flip flops or loose shoes.
All participants will be assisted with their harness prior to participating.
The Shepherd of the Hills Ropes Course operates Friday 5 p.m. - 9 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. & Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Looking for a way to enjoy the great outdoors while getting a bit of exercise? Branson has the answer, and you’ll find it at the Shepherd of the Hills Ropes Course!