"Branson Ride The Ducks has been an important part of the Branson community for 47 years. We are deeply appreciative of the support we have received.
Due to the ongoing investigations into the tragedy last summer, Branson Ride The Ducks will not operate this season. Our building and property are a gateway to the economic engine of this community, however, and we want to ensure it continues to contribute during the upcoming season.
To do so, we will be offering an all-new visitor experience at this location. Branson Top Ops will be a patriotic-themed experience offering an interactive outdoor maze, indoor laser tag, and other adventures."
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