In the heart of Shannon County just minutes from Eminence, nestled alongside a dust cloud kicked up by a gravel road, among blooming yellow wildflowers and creaking tree branches rests Big Branch Bend. Encompassing 128 acres of wild unspoiled Missouri land, under a blanket of bluebird sky's during the day and an unpolluted sea of stars by night, Big Branch Bend sprawls itself across the rugged landscape of the Ozark Plateau. Trails snake through the underbrush like highways from the habitual travel of whitetail deer and the occasional black bear, while the echos of chattering squirrels and singing mockingbirds travel on the breeze. Cool air permeates from a small cave notched into the hillside alongside Big Branch itself as it carves its way between limestone rocks and forested banks along the Southwest corner of the property before joining Mahan's Creek just beyond the border to continue their journey together on to Jacks Fork River just a couple of miles North. Feed your passion for the outdoors among the sights and sounds of abundant wildlife, all while enjoying unbridled freedom and tranquility that Big Branch Bend has to offer.