Free Fall Decorations Available After Our Festival!

The 1st Annual Thunder Mountain Fall Festival is winding down. We are about to enter the final weekend of entertainment and demonstrations, and the last day to enjoy festival activities will be on Tuesday, October 31, aka Halloween. There are only a few more days to enjoy this extra-special fun at Bridal Cave & Thunder Mountain Park. (Although the park is tons of fun even when those things aren't going on!) Once it's over, we have to do something with all of those wonderful decorations we put up.  

FREE Fall Decor
Once our Lake of the Ozarks fall festival is over, we want to repurpose as many of the autumn decorations as possible. They are simply too gorgeous to go to waste once we take them down. That's where you come in. 

Beginning on Wednesday, November 1, from 9 am - 4 pm, we will be giving away all of the items we got from local farms that were used to decorate the park. If you have a use for straw, round hay bales, corn, or pumpkins, these will be available for FREE! This will completely be on a first come, first served basis, and we will not be able to hold items for anyone. 

There is one small catch. All of these items are "AS IS, WHERE IT IS." If you've been to the park, you know that we have decorations absolutely everywhere. You may have to trek up or down several flights of stairs to retrieve the decorations. Please make sure that you bring help to load your items because we will not have people on staff that day to do this for you, and once everything is gone, it is gone. 

The items we will have to give away are: 

  • Over 1,000 bales of straw that can be used for animal bedding, mulch, or planting grass. 
  • 30 large round bales of hay suitable for feed.
  • Over 2,500 pounds of corn for animal feed or deer hunting. 
  • A few hundred pumpkins that can be turned into pie, pumpkin butter, or even animal feed. 

Don't Miss Our Final Festival Weekend
Fall festival activities are available daily during our regular business hours from 9 am - 4 pm, and you can access them all with your paid Bridal Cave tour admission. On Saturday and Sunday, you can also hear some entertaining live bluegrass music and watch pumpkin painting artists and sarsparilla makers. 

Once the festival is over for this year, our Lake of the Ozarks family attraction will still be open daily, rain or shine. Cave tours leave every few minutes, there are trails to explore, a lakeside pavilion to picnic at, and a gift shop full of all kinds of wonderful items. (Christmas is just around the corner!) We hope that you come back for the festival, and then again once it's over to enjoy the beauty of Bridal Cave & Thunder Mountain Park in the winter too. 

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Camdenton, MO 65020

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