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Table Rock State Park

Table Rock Lake is one of the three Missouri lakes to sit near Branson, making it a must-see for Bull Creek RV Park guests. Table Rock State Park is a great way to experience the lake as it offers fishing, hiking, boating, and many other activities for all to enjoy. Come see why Table Rock State Park is one of the most popular attractions in Branson. Our guide will help you learn all of the things to do at Table Rock Lake.

Where is Table Rock State Park?

Table Rock State Park sits just south of the Table Rock Dam and southwest of Branson.

The easiest way to reach it from Branson is to take state route 265 along the shores of Table Rock Lake. The park sits on a peninsula on the eastern shores of the lake.

Map of Table Rock Lake

Before venturing out into Table Rock State Rock, please reference the park map.

Table Rock Lake Boat Rentals and Boating

Table Rock State Park is a great place to head out onto the lake. There is a boat ramp near the picnic shelter and park office where visitors can set out on the water.

Before you head out, be sure to read and understand all Missouri regulations from the State Highway Patrol. If you don't have your own boat, the state park marina offers rentals.

The marina offers a variety of boats including ski boats, pontoons, slides, and wave runners.

If you'd rather sit back and enjoy a ride, the marina also offers boat tours and catamaran cruises for guests. 

Table Rock Lake Marina

The State Park Marina sits within Table Rock State Park and offers plenty of other options aside from boat rentals and tours.

Those looking to keep their boats at the lake long-term can rent a slip for the year. For those just visiting, stop by the Boathouse Boutique for souvenirs, snacks and drinks to further enhance your visit to Table Rock Lake.

Those looking for a meal can stop at Cafe Bridges. This restaurant is a pizzeria, bakery, and espresso bar all in one.

The marina is a great place to start your Table Rock Lake adventure.

Table Rock Lake Fishing

The most common species of fish include bass, crappie, and other warm-water swimmers.

Visitors can fish at any time except in day-use areas outside of the hours of 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Guests should have their own Missouri fishing permit before casting off.

The marina offers fishing supplies for those who need them. You can consult a fishing report before heading out.

Table Rock State Park Hiking

The state park is home to three different hiking trails.

These include the Chinquapin and Table Rock Lakeshore trails as well as the White River Valley Trail System.

Each route offers a great way to experience the beauty of Table Rock Lake and the state park.

The White River Valley Trail System (11.3 miles) is the longest but does feature several loops, making it easier to digest.

While this system of trails is bumpier, the other two trails are flatter.

Biking at Table Rock State Park

Biking is only allowed on two of the three trails in Table Rock State Park.

Both the White River Valley Trail System and Table Rock Lakeshore Trail are perfect for biking.

The Table Rock Lakeshore Trail is flatter but allows for great views of the lake.

The White River Valley Trail System is more rugged, providing a challenge for bikers.
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