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One of three artificial lakes formed by the construction of Table Rock Dam, this lake and state park in Branson, MO is one of the more glorious scenic areas around. Surrounded by mature oak and hickory trees, with the great Ozark Mountains standing majestically off in the distance, this is one spot that will make you sigh and feel all stresses lifted away. Breathe free and rediscover family fun at Table Rock Lake State Park; it will probably be the one place you will find most difficult to leave behind at the end of your vacation!
For those of you who enjoy keeping active during your vacations, the multiple trails that surround the lake and cross the park are perfect spots for both hiking AND biking. The trails range from short and easy to long and rugged; you decide what your skill level is and have fun! For a complete listing of hiking and biking trails go to www.mostateparks.com and click on the Table Rock Lake State Park link. Birdwatching is a popular activity to participate in while hiking the trails as well, so don’t forget your binoculars and checklist!
Offering the opportunity to experience everything from the active (swimming, tubing, wave running, parasailing, scuba diving, and sailing) to the relaxing (fishing and enjoying the magnificence of a Branson sunset from the deck of your boat), a day spent on the waters of this Branson state park is a day well spent.
Feel the need to get away and be at one with nature? The Table Rock State Park in Branson, MO has two campgrounds available, offering electricity, sewer systems, running water, and a chance to rough it for at least a few days! Both campgrounds are open year round, but showers and water are only available March 1- November 30.
Address: 5272 MO-165, Branson, MO 65616
Phone #: (417) 334-4704
Book your Sunset Nightly Rentals vacation cabin today and enjoy all the benefits of this Branson state park on your next vacation!
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Breathe in the fresh air from your high perch overlooking the Thousand Hills Golf Course.