Table Rock Lake in Branson Missouri is surrounded by oak and hickory trees and nestled in the arms of the Ozark Mountains. The clear waters are enticing to fishing, water sports and outdoor enthusiasts. Here one will find record largemouth bass, catfish, crappie and many others. The Table Rock State Park offers different fun activities for the whole family. Apart from fishing, boating and swimming, you can also enjoy scuba diving and exploring the underground world of Missouri cave system. Campsites, picnic areas and hiking trails are also accessible from the park. Truly an adventurers’ ideal destination!
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Table Rock Lake in Missouri has 43,100 surface acres and 745 miles of shoreline.
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Boat Ramps, Docks, Picnic Area, Outdoor Grills, Restrooms, Group Facilities
There are 16 public campgrounds located around Table Rock Lake, and several other privately owned campgrounds.
Table Rock Lakeshore Trail – 2.2 mile asphalt trail, starts Table Rock Project Office
White River Valley Trail System – 10.25 miles connected loop trails for hiking and mountain biking. Starts off of Hwy 165 near the state park office.
Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted Bass, White Bass, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Walleye