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Nestled in the hills of the Ozarks, the Branson area offers a unique combination of city and country that makes for stunning views. The word "Ozarks" is derived from the French "aux arcs", interpreted as "toward the rainbows", which are a common sight in the region. We are located along the White River Hills of the Salem Plateau, nestled just north of the Boston Mountains of Arkansas, east of the Ouachita Mountains, and west of the St. Francois Mountains. The Ozark region was born of an ancient seabed that rose when South America collided with North America, producing folded geology and accompanied by plutons. Unique features such as springs, disappearing streams, sinkholes, and caves are common among the karst topography of the dolomite and limestones of the Salem Plateau. Missouri is known as "The Cave State" with over 6,900 recorded caves; the majority of which are found in the Ozark counties. The exposed rocks in this area date back as far as 500 million years ago to the Paleozoic era, which includes the Devonian Period from whence came "The Creature from the Black Lagoon".