In Missouri, there is a bar in a cave that has bats that can only be accessed by golf carts, here is a video taking you on a tour of this one-of-a-kind experience!

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This video was posted to YouTube by the channel In The Loop a year ago, and it is the best video tour I have seen online of the iconic "Bat Bar" that is located just outside of Branson, Missouri. The caption that the channel put under the video says...

"Join Molly & The Legend as they take you along for the lost canyon cave and nature trail cart tour located at the top of the rock in branson missouri. This unique attraction lets you drive a golf cart past waterfalls, canyons and through cave that features a drive up bar."

I first discovered there was this legendary Bat Bar in Missouri a couple of months ago and wrote all about it, if you want to read all about the Bat Bar click here! One of the coolest things about this bar is that it is only accessible through a trail that you have to drive golf carts on, and it was instantly added to my bucket list when I first discovered it.

This video does such a good job taking you through the entire tour of the Lost Canyon & Cave Natural trail on the property of the Big Cedar Lodge outside of Branson. Staying at a place like this lodge, and getting to do this trail, would be such a fun weekend getaway with that special someone.

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