Cameron's Crag Bed & Breakfast
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Located just three miles from Branson! A special bed and breakfast in a contemporary home perched high on a bluff overlooking Lake Taneycomo and the Branson, Missouri skyline. Each guest accommodation features a private entrance, private hot tub, private bath, king bed, and a spectacular view of the lake and valley. Suites in the detached guest house also offer full kitchens and deluxe whirlpool tubs for two. Only three miles from Branson and easy access to area attractions, yet worlds apart when you want peace and tranquility.
All Suites Include:
- King Bed, Private Entrance
- Private Hot Tub
- Coffee Bar, Microwave, Refrigerator
- Central Heat and Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fan, Sitting Area, Table/Chairs
- Cable TV, DVD
- Private Deck Area with Table/Chairs and View over Lake
- Private In-Suite Bath with Tub and Shower
- Grandview and Bird's Eye View Suites Include: Whirlpool Bath for two and Separate Shower
- All Suites Except Around the World Also Include: Thermostat Control in Suite
- Free Wi-Fi Available in Highland Rose and Around the World Suites as well as in the Dining Area and on the decks of Main House
- Network may not be accessible from Bird's Eye View and Grandview Suites
"Thank you for providing us with the R&R we were looking for"
"The sunsets are perfectly romantic and we are already talking about coming back"
"You took our breath away when we walked into our room"
"If I have my way this will become a tradition"
"I think we may have just found a new way to vacation"
While savoring the delights of your morning fare, you might want to plan your day's activities; there is so much to do and see in the area! Over 100 live entertainment choices, including music, comedy, magic, acrobats, dance, drama, and variety shows, all just minutes away. Shoppers may want to take advantage of the local outlet malls and craft shops for finding must-have items at affordable prices. For more active entertainment, try one of the area zip lines, hiking, cave tours, or horseback riding. Area golf courses provide challenges for avid players as well as beginners.
The Branson area is also known as the Tri-Lakes Region. The cold waters of Lake Taneycomo are stocked with trout, while right next door warm water Table Rock and Bull Shoals Lakes support trophy bass, stripers, and crappie. Between them, they offer opportunities for fishing, swimming, skiing, boating, and scuba diving.
Choose a dinner or lunch cruise with entertainment on the Showboat Branson Belle or the Landing Princess or enjoy the serenity of the Spirit of America catamaran. Nearby theme parks include Silver Dollar City, White Water and Shepherd of the Hills Homestead and Outdoor Theater.
And did we mention go-carts, several museums, hatchery tours, train rides, hot air balloons, and miniature golf. Take a day trip north to Springfield or south to Harrison or Eureka Springs and you can add Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, professional baseball, Civil War battlefields, The Great Passion Play, and more. The trick is deciding what to do and still have time to relax and enjoy the beautiful Ozarks scenery and hospitality.
Breakfast & Cookbooks
Breakfast is part of the Cameron's Crag experience. Menus vary but a typical first course may include a fruit parfait layered with blended yogurt, fresh fruit, granola, and topped with a dollop of homemade whipped cream. For the main course, perhaps an Unfolded Omelet served with a side of sausage links and fresh-baked Irish Cheese Scones or Apple Streusel Muffins, a glass of juice, and a cup of fresh brewed coffee. Or maybe your menu will include our Decadent French Toast and Pecan Praline French Toast served with an assortment of toppings along with Canadian Bacon or Country Ham.
If you have a food allergy or dietary restriction, please let us know. We will do our best to accommodate your needs.
Cookbooks by founding innkeeper, Kay Cameron, allow you to enjoy some of the recipes served at Cameron's Crag as well as many more Ozark style recipes. Additional titles are also available from Katydid Publications at Cameron's Crag Bed & Breakfast. Order by phone at 800-933-8529 for credit card payments, or use the printable order form to pay by check or money order.
BREAKFASTS OZARK STYLE - Second Edition
Dozens of new recipes and tips now available! This lively 155 page collection of recipes features a delightful collection of treats suitable for breakfasts, brunch, lunch, late-night snacks, or any time! The easy to prepare, "nearly gourmet" recipes are sure to "wake-up" your family and special guests. A special "On-the-run" section includes quick and portable treats. Dozens of tips to make cooking easier and more fun as well as "painless "nutrition suggestions are included.
155 pages 8 1/2 " x 7
Spiral-bound "Blank Books" allow you to record your own recipes and notes. A great idea for handing down family recipes, creating a personal hand-written gift to newlyweds or young adults moving into their own home. Choose from a variety of titles including "Grandma's Cooking Secrets", "Mother's Recipes", "Man in Kitchen", "Souvenir Recipes", and "Do-It-Yourself Recipe Book".
Coordinated cover designs titled "Her Family "His Family Recipes" and "Our Family Recipes" allow you to assemble a three-book set.
Sizes vary; 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" or 8 1/2" x 7", Spiral-bound $2.50
The Christmas That Waited
By Katheryn Lynn Cameron
A true story of how one woman relied on faith and strength of spirit to find blessings in a time of trial.
48 pages, 4 1/4" x 5 1/2", paperback $2.50
"God's Recipes for Heavenly Marriages" by Joan Justice - Timeless wisdom for all relationships
"This recipe is a simple and direct guide that should be added to any repertoire for Marriage Counseling. It is not only for those who are considering marriage but also for those marriages requiring healing. It will soon be a 'staple' in the 'pantry' of Relationship Curriculum." Stephen F. Walters, CEO and Founder, Alliance of Christian Entrepreneurs.
48 pages, 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", paperback $8.95
Sunrise Inn Missouri - A Collection of Signature Dishes From Missouri's Finest
Take a culinary journey through a great state full of undiscovered treasures!
This combination cookbook and travel guide invites you to tour Missouri and taste the fabulous recipes of Bed and Breakfast Inns throughout the state. Innkeepers from across the "Show-Me State" have shared their signature dishes in this collection. You'll find everything from elegant fruit courses and succulent breakfast entrees to appetizers, dinners and desserts. A map pinpoints towns where participating inns are located. There is also an artist's rendition of each Bed & Breakfast inn along with contact information and a description of the special aspects of each inn.
$15.95 when purchased separately or see our Printable Order Form for a special offer when purchased in combination with two or more additional books
Meet The Innkeepers
Glen Cameron is the resident innkeeper. He and wife Kay designed and built Cameron's Crag as a Bed & Breakfast, opening in 1986. Kay ran the B&B while Glen worked at nearby College of the Ozarks and assisted with the B&B whenever possible. He held several administrative positions at the college before retiring in 2003 as Dean of Campus and International Services after 34 years of service. Glen has been involved with Boy Scouts of America for many years, serving as District Chairman, Order of the Arrow Advisor, Council Commissioner, Council President, Area Vice President, and District Executive, among other capacities. He is an active Rotarian and Past District Governor of Rotary International District 6080. He also devotes time and energy to several church, community, and civic organizations as well as traveling and spending time with his children and grandchildren. Following Kay's death in 2009, he became more active with the Bed & Breakfast, assisted by long-time assistant innkeeper/manager, Janet Miller.
Janet Miller is the manager and non-resident innkeeper. She is originally from central Illinois and moved to the Branson area in 1978 to attend School of the Ozarks (now College of the Ozarks) where she worked in Glen's office as a student. She returned to the College in 1990 as a staff member in the Admissions office where Glen was dean and eventually began working part-time at Cameron's Crag in addition to her full-time position at the College. Following Glen's retirement from Collegeof the Ozarks in 2003 Janet ran Cameron's Crag while Glen and his wife Kay spent a semester in The Netherlands with the international exchange program. Janet and her husband Kevin have three "20 something" children and one grandchild, all of whom live in the Branson area. Janet is active in ministry at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Branson and enjoys "researching" Branson area shows and attractions.
Branson has something for everyone!
With over 100 live shows and more theater seats than Broadway, you will find a variety of live entertainment including music, comedy, magic, variety shows, and theatrical productions.
Shoppers love exploring Branson. From brand-name outlet malls and a lakefront shopping district to handmade treasures, specialty boutiques, antiques, collectibles, and crafts, you'll find it all in Branson.
For outdoor activities you'll find ziplines, three lakes, indoor and outdoor water parks, hiking, horseback riding, and more. Golfers will want to know about the quality golf courses in Branson--from par-3 courses to 18-hole championship courses designed by some of the best pros in the business. You can play miniature golf, enjoy go-carts, kayaking or laser tag. You can even tour a fish hatchery, drive a DUK, or take a scenic helicopter tour. All that Branson has to offer is set against a backdrop of gorgeous Ozarks scenery.
We have some wonderful museums and attractions including the Titanic Museum, the Ralph Foster Museum, the Butterfly Palace, and the Veterans Museum to name a few. Silver Dollar City theme park has been recognized as one of the best in the world with thrilling rides and entertainment as well as festivals and special events.
One thing is for certain, we have FOOD, FOOD, FOOD!! Buffets, fast food, slow food, family restaurants, steaks, fish, dinner theatres, outside restaurants, floating restaurants, gourmet restaurants with linen napkins with delicate wines and beautifully arranged food. You'll also find wineries, microbreweries, and one of the few legal distilleries in the state since prohibition. It's a lot of fun to eat in Branson, even if you just want coffee or dessert. When you think the night is over and you'd still like to do just one more thing... we have a nightlife that will please all. You can sit quietly while overlooking the water, or go dancing and see the celebrities, a comedy club, or a local pub.
Come see for yourself why folks have been coming to Branson for over a hundred years.
Cameron's Crag offers convenient Branson Bed and Breakfast lodging just three miles south of Branson's Hwy 76 "strip". Cameron's Crag is only one half mile from Hwy 165, one of the alternate routes to access Branson shows and attractions, and eight miles from the Branson Airport. The peaceful and scenic surroundings allow you to relax and enjoy your Branson vacation or romantic getaway in the tranquility you deserve.
FROM THE NORTH: Take Hwy. 65 south from Springfield. Stay on Hwy. 65 for about two miles south of Branson. Take the Bus 65 exit for Hollister and College of the Ozarks. Turn right at the end of the exit ramp and go a short distance to the signal light at Bus 65 and Historic Hwy 165. Turn left onto Historic Hwy 165 for about a block and then take the first right onto 738 Acacia Club Road. Cameron’s Crag Bed & Breakfast is one half mile on the right.
FROM THE SOUTH: Take Hwy. 65 north from Harrison, Arkansas for about 35 miles. Just south of Branson, take the exit for Bus 65 at Hollister and College of the Ozarks. Turn left at the end of the exit ramp then left again at the signal light onto Historic Hwy 165. Continue on Historic Hwy 165 for about a block then take the first right onto 738 Acacia Club Road. Cameron's Crag Bed and Breakfast is ne half mile on the right.
Note that State Hwy V shown on some GPS systems and maps is now Bus 65/Historic Hwy 165.