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Corvair Resort

Located 9.3 miles west on Hwy 76 to Silver Dollar City, three miles south on Indian Point Rd. Well cared for property offers one- and two-bedroom housekeeping units for 2-6 persons. Features swimming pool, playground, picnic area with grills, free local telephone calls. Rooms include cable TV, some rooms with coffeemakers. Efficiencies, kitchens available with microwaves. Typical rates for double occupancy rooms range from $40 to $50.

Location: HC1, Box 1006, Indian Point Rd, Branson Missouri 65616 Telephone 417-338-2231

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