Showing posts from October, 2016

A Year's Worth of Exciting Cave Topics

Bridal Cave & Thunder Mountain Park have been sending weekly blogs your way for a whole year now. Wow, that's a lot of cool caving topics! Caving isn't the only thing we've discussed over the past months though. There are tons of great things to learn about our scenic Lake of the Ozarks attraction . A look through our last 52 blogs are proof of that.  Today we are going to recap a few of the topics that have been covered over the past year. If you see something you missed, there is a link to every single blog that we've written on the right-hand side of the web version of our blog. If you are browsing from a mobile device, you should see a list of blog links to scroll through when you go to . Bridal Cave & Thunder Mountain Park A lot of our blog topics covered all of the fun and exciting things to do and see at our family friendly Lake of the Ozarks attraction. The History of Bridal Cave was one of our first entries, and it

An Outdoor Meeting of the Missouri Caves Association at Bridal Cave

Have you ever been stuck in a meeting at work, looking out the window, daydreaming about being outside instead of stuck indoors? Well, the Missouri Caves Association (MCA) solved that dilemma for their members by holding their meeting in the lakeside pavilion at Bridal Cave & Thunder Mountain Park .  The MCA's annual fall meeting was held outdoors amidst the natural beauty of our scenic Lake of the Ozarks attraction on October 5, 2016. Owners and operators of showcaves from across Missouri and Arkansas were given a behind the scenes tour of the entire operation here.  After the in-depth tour, the entire group gathered in the pavilion for a delicious lunch provided by The Butcher Shop in Camdenton. Following the meal, the meeting took place overlooking the breathtaking Lake of the Ozarks.  Our lakeside pavilion is available for use for company meetings or picnics at no cost when a group tour of Bridal Cave is booked along with the reservation. If you group would be int

Bridal Cave's Virtual Tour Contest

If you haven't had the chance to experience Bridal Cave in person, you can get an online 360° peek inside through our website. If you have been here before, you can relive the visit in a whole new way, plus we've hidden a fun reason to check out Missouri's most scenic cave tour through your computer or mobile device screen. Troll shown above is not the troll you are looking for... Virtual Tour Online Just in case you are unfamiliar with what a virtual tour is, it is defined as a simulation of an existing location, usually composed of a sequence of videos or still images. When you visit the Bridal Cave virtual tour on Google, it allows you to zoom in, zoom out, and use the mouse to click and drag your way around the photo as if you are standing in the center and slowly spinning around. Pretty cool, and a very intriguing way to see a part of the natural beauty that awaits you inside Bridal Cave.  Once you're done exploring the cave room you begin the virtual

Family Fun at the 2016 Pumkin Chunkin Palooza!

October brings with it another wonderful, family friendly event at the Lake of the Ozarks. The Pumkin Chunkin Palooza will be happening on Saturday, October 15, 2016, and  Bridal Cave & Thunder Mountain Park want to make sure that you have all of the important information to attend this fun event.  When : Saturday, October 15, 2016 11 am - 6 pm Where : Ozarks Amphitheater Camdenton, MO Cost : Adults: $8 Kids 5-12: $5 Kids 5 & under: Free Family Pass: $20 The Events Pumkin Chunkin - The main event of the day is the hourly "chunkin" of the "pumkins." They'll be loaded into the trebuchet (a catapult) and flung through the air.   Family Events - There are lots of activities for the entire family to take part in. These will include: face painting, a petting zoo, kids activities, a climbing wall, carnival rides, and more.  Fun Run & Costume Contest - There will be a 2.5-K Kid's Fun Run/Walk that goes from Ozark