Ride the Ducks Branson MO gives you the opportunity to see some of the most scenic views in and around Branson by land and by lake!
You are sure to have a quack-tastic time on Ride the Ducks Branson MO with your Captain, who has a Captain's License from the US Coast Guard. The Captain will keep you entertained with jokes, stories of Branson and the Ozarks, plus fun facts about Branson while you sit back and enjoy the Ducks Branson!
Once aboard Branson Ride the Ducks, you will pass by several historical points in Branson as well as current event sites. During Ride the Ducks in Branson MO, you will have the opportunity to see sights like the 76 Strip, Table Rock Dam, Baird Mountain, scenic Ozarks, and Table Rock Lake. From Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, you can choose to take the Lake Taneycomo Adventure aboard the Duck Rides Branson MO which highlights Downtown Branson, College of the Ozarks, Lake Taneycomo, and the fountains at Branson Landing.
Branson Ducks is the ideal family adventure with tons of fun, entertainment, education, and also a chance to drive the Duck once on the lake! Everyone on board will receive complimentary Wacky Quackers on Branson MO Ride the Ducks to grab the attention of everyone you pass! The Branson MO Ducks lasts just over an hour, and about 25 minutes is spent on the water during Ride the Ducks of Branson.
When you Ride the Ducks in Branson, you will get the chance to learn about Branson landmarks, theaters, and attractions along with their history. Ride the Ducks Branson Missouri provides plenty of entertainment for guests of every age. The Duck Ride Branson MO will certainly make memories to last a lifetime!
History of the Ducks
The history of the Ducks (DUKWs) is a story all on its own! The DUKWs were first built in 1942 by General Motors, and were just a truck in a water-tight shell. The name 'DUKW' doesn't come from its ability to splash into the water as you might assume. 'DUKW' is comprised of letters which are codes indicating it was designed in 1942 (D), for utility/amphibious use (U), front wheel drive (K), and two rear axles (W). In 1943, the DUKW was used for carrying ammunition, soldiers, supplies, and other important cargo to American soldiers. The Ducks also aided in the rescue efforts after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. The Ducks were able to safely maneuver through the flooded streets to rescue dozens of stranded residents.