Bicycle Rentals in Branson

You’ve explored Branson by car, taken a ride on the Branson Scenic Railway and even kayaked around Lake Taneycomo. Now, it’s time for fun on two wheels.

You’ve explored Branson by car, taken a ride on the Branson Scenic Railway and even kayaked around Lake Taneycomo. Now, it’s time for fun on two wheels.

The Branson area offers several options for mountain biking, including a handful of businesses where bike rentals are available. That means there’s one less thing you have to worry about packing on your trip, and that’s certainly something worth smiling about!

State Park Marina at Table Rock State Park rents women’s, men’s and children’s bicycles (along with pull-behind trailers for your little future cyclists) for two-hour, four-hour and all-day excursions. Fees range from $10-$40 depending on type of equipment rented and duration of your trek.

One you’ve selected your bicycle (and you’ve suited up with the proper safety equipment – you should bring your own) there are multiple options for mountain biking. For starters, you can try the popular Lakeshore Trail; although it is relatively short (2.25 miles), it affords beautiful views of TableRockLake, which means you’ll want to make the loop over and over again.

The White River Valley Trail System offers a combined 11.25 miles of trails and is noted for its diverse features and fairly intense elevation changes – at some points, you’re 700 to 1,200 feet above sea level. According to the Missouri State Parks website, the system’s “red loop” is the most difficult mountain biking trail, while the “orange loop” is the shortest and leads to waterfalls on Baird Mountain Creek.

Another great resource for cyclists in Branson is Branson Downhill Bikes, which has a variety of rental options available. Rates range from about $26 to $60, depending on the bike you chose. It’s worth noting that Branson Downhill also offers bicycle repair services, so if you bring your own equipment to town but have trouble, they might just have the solution to get you back on the road! Branson Downhill’s website also serves as a great resource for those seeking insider tips about regional mountain biking trails.

Over at White River Kayaking, located in downtown Branson, they specialize in bike rentals for folks whose rides focus on more urban environments, to include in-city trails and parks. Bike rental prices start at $7.50 an hour/$25 a day.

If you’re enjoying an extended stay at a campground or one of Branson’s resort properties and you’d rather not rely on your car for everything, consider White River’s multi-day options, which run from $35 (three days, two nights) to $50 (full week). In Branson’s city limits, StockstillPark has a half-mile path that connects with a separate, mile-long path leading toward Branson Landing. 

As you can see, Branson offers a variety of options for cyclists, from rugged outdoor trails to smooth, easy-to-peddle paths. Start planning your Branson getaway and two-wheeled adventures today.