- Ride the rollercoaster at Silver Dollar City
- Go fishing at Roaring River State Park
- Rent a boat at Table Rock State Park
- Butterfly aviary at The Butterfly Palace and Rainforest Adventure
- See stalactites and stalagmites inside Marvel Cave
Set in the beautiful Ozark mountains, Table Rock Lake is a wonderful getaway destination for those in search of peaceful relaxation, adventure activities and striking landscapes. The area is dotted with many spacious and fully-equipped cabins, condos and holiday apartments.Beautiful Vacation Apartments
Vacation rentals in Table Rock Lake come in many different sizes, from those that are perfect for couples, to 4 and 6 sleeper houses. Popular areas to rent a holiday apartment are in Fall Creek at Diamond Resort, Indian Point and Long Creek, Shell Knob and Cliffs Point.
Table Rock lake is a man-made lake which has been constructed on the White River in southwestern Missouri. It is located between The Ozarks and Arkansas. The Table Rock dam was constructed by the US Army in the 1950s.Plants and Animals in Table Rock Lake
The area is a patchwork of plant life and many different animals and birds can be seen within the Table Rock State Park and other parks. Visitors may catch a glimpse of a white tail deer, red fox, wild turkeys, gray fox or even a tarantula. The area is well-known for its oak and hickory trees.How to Reach Table Rock Lake
From Springfield-Branson Airport, exit via Airport Boulevard and travel along the State Highway to Emerald Point Drive. Table Rock Lake Resort is located a short drive away.
This scenic park and clear lake, is located on the Table Rock River near Branson. It's natural vistas and birdlife make it a great choice for nature lovers and bird watching enthusiasts. Jog, go cycling or enjoy a picnic on the lake shore. The lake views are stunning and trails run along the lake shore.A Great Place for hiking
Hiking opportunities are plentiful in Table Rock Lake. Hiking along the Table Rock Lakeshore Trail, on the various trails in the state park and along the Chinquapin Trail are popular activities with those who want to explore th area on foot, take in the views and photographs plants and animals.Water Sports Activities
The State Park Marina in Table Rock offers quite a few activities in and around the water. Visitors can go diving, rent a boat, go fishing, rent a pontoon and safety equipment. Cricket Creek Marina offers boat rental and fishing and you can go tubing. Indian Point Marina and Boat Dock offer rentals and fishing.
The now famous landmark of Marvel Cave was discovered by the Osage Indians in the 16th century, after a tribe member fell through a sinkhole -the cave's main entrance. Today this mesmerizing cave lies beneath the Silver Dollar amusement park.
Ride the rollercoaster, see how a basket is made or buy some unique pottery at this retro, Ozarks themed amusement park. This great entertainment area has perfectly blended old-school activities, like basket weaving and pottery, with thrilling rides and natural forest landscapes. Try the Outlaw Run rollercoaster for some unforgettable thrilling holiday entertainment.2. Roaring River State Park
Roaring River State Park is a great location for hiking and fishing. The river is stocked with fresh trout nightly and you can also visit the fish hatchery. The park features beautiful scenery all year round and is a wonderful location to enjoy the fall leaf shows.3. Tour the Hollywood Wax Museum
Housed in two-storeys, this fascinating museum features wax figures of Hollywood celebrities. You may bump into Marylin Monroe. Charlie Chaplin, Elvis Presley or James Dean. When you've rubbed shoulders with the rich and famous in wax form you can try a round of mini golf at the Shoot for the Stars mini golf course.4. The Butterfly Palace and Rainforest Adventure
Housing a walk-through butterfly wonderland and rainforest discovery area, this is a good choice for families with children, but is a true delight for people of all ages. There is a mirror maze which is great fun for kids of all ages. The main attraction is the many butterflies which fly around.
The Classics Cuisin' Weekend is the a popular cruising event for classic boats in Table Rock Lake. It is held mid-year in June. The event features cruises on Table Rock Lake and a boat cruise on Bull Shoals Lake.