Be sure to visit the nearby fish hatchery and the Visitor Center for lots of information and interesting nature facts.
Pros: Beautiful lake; be sure to stop by the Fish Hatchery and the Dewey Short information center for history regarding the dam and the lake. Picturesque setting anytime of the year. Cons: none.
We visited in April--we were looking for an inexpensive activity in the rain..the museum was very well presented and we spent 2 enjoyable hours learning about this area---sorry we couldn't get out on the water--but maybe next time
In my opinion one of the best things to do in Branson. Great views, great for boating and swimming. IF YOU WANT TO SWIM, I recommend going to either the Moonshine Beach, or the Dewey Short Visitor Center. If you want to rent a boat, go to the State Park Marina!! Come in June-August for the heat, good place to... More
We have loved Table Rock Lake for years like a great many families. Which explains why people keep coming back year after year. The lake is about 50 miles long but not so wide that you have trouble with wind and waves for water sports. We prefer the quite side of the lake near Shell Knob and Eagle Rock. Plenty... More
"The Lakeshore Bed And Breakfast" Branson,MO is a great example of why we need to get off the main drag of Branson's '76, take a break from chain lodging, and see what a b&b has to offer.We did just this and found a gem in the "The Lakeshore Bed And Breakfast".Guests will enjoy the location right on the lake just... More
After visiting Branson, MO, we decided to do some sightseeing. We drove our Winnebago Rialta towards Table Rock Dam and surroundings. What magnificent views! Peaceful, clear, clean water and park. We decided to follow the highway across the the dam using Missouri 165 around the southern part of Branson. What a lovely ride! We were wondering if there might be... More
The Table Rock Lake was created on the White River in Southwestern Missouri and Northeast Arkansas when the Table Rock Dam was built from 1954 to 1958, near Branson, Missouri, and slowly filled-in during the late 1950's. Table Rock was the third dam on the White River. The Powersite Dam forming Lake Taneycomo was first. Second was Bull Shoals Dam... More
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