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Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid
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Your adventure starts here. When you’re stocking up for a hunt, preparing for some morning fishing, or embarking on a famliy camping trip, Bass Pro Shops is the first and only place you’ll need to stop...
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We LOVE this place but Memphis is a little far for camping supplies. Note always get a tent for twice as many people. So for this 2 person adventure, get a 4 person tent, two inflatable mattresses and two sleeping bags. Remember to get 2 survival shovels.
It’s a cool place with lots to see. You can take the elevator all the way up to a restaurant and look out over the Mississippi River. It’s a great place to take pics. They also have a bowling alley and restaurants.
it has an amazing view of Memphis at the top and there's also a restaurant there. 1st floor see wildlife and shop for souvenirs.
A great first stop for visitors! you can take an elevator to the top of the pyramid and have dinner in the restaurant or enjoy drinks. There is also a wrap around patio which makes for beautiful scenic pictures.
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