Explore the 160-acre working homestead where Harold Bell Wright's famous ‘Shepherd of the Hills’ was penned! Enjoy a ride in an open-air Jeep-drawn tram as you stop to visit the Old Matt's Cabin, Inspiration Point, The Morgan Community Church, and more. This historical tour across the beautiful landscape he so vividly described is led by an Ozark-native guide.
Is parking provided?
Park at our main entrance (by the restaurant).
What should I wear?
Wear casual comfortable clothing appropriate for the weather.
Where is Shepherd of the Hills located?
Shepherd of the Hills' homestead and family entertainment park is located at 5586 W 76 Country Blvd Branson, MO 65616. It's on the outskirts of Branson about 2 miles before you get to Silver Dollar City.
Is the tour appropriate for children?
Yes, this tour is great for all ages!
Can I bring my camera?
Yes, there are plenty of great photo opportunities at Shepherd of the Hills.
How long is the tour?
Plan to spend about an hour and a half.
What’s included in my experience?
An opportunity to visit the farm where The Shepherd of the Hills was actually written! Enjoy a ride in an open-air Jeep-drawn tram through the wooded 160-acre farm with an Ozark native tour guide.
Can I bring my pet?
Service animals only.