There’s more to Branson than live shows, shopping, and down-home cookin.’ Many travel hundreds of miles to enjoy a day on the lake. Whether you are looking to rent a boat, discover kayaking for the first time, or an avid fisherman looking for that special fishing hole, Table Rock Lake in the Missouri Ozarks is a beautiful spot to watch the sunset and your cares fade away.
Table Rock Lake is actually a man-made lake in The Ozarks. It is confined by the Table Rock Dam and was constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1954 on the White River. With 745 miles of shoreline and a max depth of 220 feet, it is the perfect spot for fishing, boating, and swimming.
Being one of the main attractions in Branson, Table Rock Lake offers everything from campgrounds for tents and RV’s to high-end resorts that will pamper you throughout the entirety of your stay. Here’s a list of the various popular places to rest your head after a long day at the lake.
Big Cedar Lodge
Still Waters Resort
Chalets on Table Rock Lake
Marinas at Table Rock Lake:
Lilleys’ Landing Resort & Marina (Lake Taneycomo)
Just to name a few…
Make sure you check out Table Rock Lake State Park. They have camping sites with easy access to the lake, a mountain bike trail, picnic areas, and a marina that rents a variety of boats and watercraft, as well as, SCUBA diving excursions.
Table Rock Lake in Branson, MO is the place to be. This is a popular place for locals, so make sure you schedule your next Branson Vacation early to ensure all boat and watercraft rentals are available, especially on holiday weekends. Also, the State of Missouri requires any state resident operating a vessel to pass the approved boating safety course if born after January 1, 1984. However, marinas which rent boats can issue a temporary boating safetly ID card to an individual provided that person meets the minimum age requirement. The minimum age to operate a motorboat or PWC is 14. Click here fore more information. Call toll free to (877) 688-3179 for more information