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The Ozarks of southwestern Missouri is home to stunning Table Rock Lake and is a great escape for a motorhome camping trip. Considered a premier recreation spot for the neighboring city of Branson, Table Rock Lake has been attracting vacationers and outdoor enthusiasts to its shores for years. Spanning over 43,000 acres of surface area, with a shoreline of over 800 miles, Table Rock Lake is impounded by the Table Rock Dam and was constructed in the mid-1950s by the US Army Corps of Engineers. Named after a rock formation close by, Table Rock Lake is known for offering a range of recreational activities to adventure seekers. 

Renting an RV at Table Rock Lake is a convenient way to move around the area, and you’ll find a range of affordable when you book an RV rental in Stone County. Not too far from the lake are the cities of Ozark and Springfield, both easily accessible from the Table Rock Lake area. Camping at Table Rock Lake opens up lots of outdoor adventure with fishing, swimming, and boating topping the list over here! Come prepared to soak in the gorgeous landscapes surrounding the lake, with the looming Ozark Mountains adding an unmatched scenic charm to the lake! 

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Table Rock Lake is known for its excellent bass fishing so much so that it’s considered one of the best lakes in the country for bass fishing. In addition to bass, there’s a healthy population of crappie, bluegill, catfish, and white bass, making the lake a sheer delight for anglers. Both professional and amateur anglers travel to Table Rock Lake to fish, and the lake’s rich waters never disappoint. 

When you go RV camping at Table Rock Lake, don’t forget to take along your watercraft since boating at Table Rock Lake is another sought-after activity. With quite a few public marinas at different points around the lake and boat ramps that provide easy access, the lake has become a mecca for visitors out to enjoy the lake’s vast expanses. For those of you who haven’t brought your watercraft along, boat rentals at the marinas are available, so don’t stop yourself from enjoying a day out in the lake.

Scuba divers find ample opportunity for diving in Table Rock Lake, especially around the areas of the Table Rock Dam. There’s a spot known as the ‘Enchanted Forest,’ which is home to a grove of sunken oak trees, and lots of fish! Scuba divers delight in diving in this particular spot because of the excellent fish viewing possibilities. 

Camping at Table Rock Lake

Park your RV rental at Table Rock Lake and enjoy easy access to the lake’s many recreational offerings. Table Rock Lake State Park offers over 160 campsites, at amenities at the campground include big rig access, tent camping, full hookups, 30 and 50 amp electric service, water, sewer, a dump station, WiFi, and cell phone coverage. Also available are restrooms, shower stalls, laundry facilities, and picnic shelters. Bring your furry friends along to this pet-friendly campground that also offers a pet area. Kids will have a blast in the playground, while you explore the many recreational trails around the lake. 

Summer is the best time to camp out in your rental motorhome at Table Rock Lake. The Branson Lakeside RV Park offers 135 sites and is equipped with features like pull-thru sites, big rig access, full hookups, 30 and 50 amp electric service, water, sewer, a dump station, WiFi, and cable television. Campers have access to restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, a clubhouse, and a picnic shelter. For recreation, explore the many trails around the campground, or go biking, boating, or try your hand at a round of golf. 

Exploring the Area

Stone County campers have much to explore in the areas around Table Rock Lake. The city of Branson is just over ten miles from the lake and makes for a great weekend getaway. 

Branson has a historic downtown area with buildings dating back to the early 1900s. Stroll through the area to marvel at some of the Victorian era buildings and structures. For those excited about a nostalgic experience, don’t miss the five and dime store that is home to everything vintage, from candy to household goods, crafts, and novelty gifts. 

Museum-lovers are in for a treat in Branson. The city’s most popular museum is the Branson Titanic Museum that has exhibits featuring artifacts from the ill-fated ship, along with news articles and personal items belonging to the passengers. 

The Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum is home to dozens of exhibits related to prehistoric creatures, Native American artifacts, and galleries filled with memorabilia from the Civil and American Wars of Independence. 

Spend a day of fun at Silver Dollar City. This unique place in Branson is an amusement park, a heritage craft center, and a historic village, and shares the look and feel of a traditional Ozark mountain village. 

Walkthrough the Branson Strip, home to a mind-boggling number of attractions for the entire family. For a great view of the city, ride the 150-feet high Ferris Wheel.

Dining out in Branson throws up numerous options. From steakhouses to seafood restaurants, buffet restaurants, and fast-food chains, family-run eateries to bars and pubs, you have a lot of options when it comes to mealtime in Branson.

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