About Table Rock Lake
In the beginning there was the White River, than the Table Rock Lake Dam was built which created the 800 miles of shoreline on Table Rock Lake near Branson, Missouri. In the novel Shepherd of the Hills, author Harold Bell Wright wrote, "When God looked upon the work of his hands and called it good, he was sure alookin at this here Ozark Country…"
The 350 foot high Table Rock Lake Dam discharges cold water from the bottom of the lake which goes into Lake Taneycomo. Lake Taneycomo is a cold water lake and is the #1 trout fishing lake in the United States. At the base of the Table Rock Lake Dam is the Missouri Department of Conversation trout fish hatchery.
Table Rock Lake is 52,300-acres and is known as the clean, clear, warm and blue lake. Thus the 800 miles of shore line is the home of scuba diving through out the year. In the spring, you run into some of the most aggressive bass, crappie, walleye, catfish, spoonbill you will find anywhere. They grow big in a hurry by feasting on baby shad and bluegills.
The scenery along the banks of Table Rock Lake are beautiful, the fishing is great and there are some caves on the banks that visitors love exploring. Use our boat, bring your own or rent a Pontoon Boat from one of the Marinas or Resorts. Table Rock Lake and Branson Missouri, in one great location, makes visiting this area of the Ozark Mountains a truly exceptional vacation area