Table Rock Lake is located just a hundred feet from the Cottage Resort on Indian Point in Branson, Missouri. The Lake is easily accessible and offers a variety of activities. This beautiful lake has been delighting locals and visitors since its formation in 1958 with the damming of the White River by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers . . . read more


Table Rock Lake is a pristine freshwater lake located in Branson, Missouri. It was formed when the Army Corps of Engineers dammed up the White River in order to ease the annual flooding in Branson. The dam was completed in the Spring of 1959. The lake is open for fishing, swimming, boating, and swimming. It has more than 750+ miles of shoreline and covers more than 43,000 acres. Table Rock Dam ia 6,423 feet long and 252 feet high.


Fishing Table Rock Lake

Table Rock Lake is a nationally recognized lake for quality bass fishing. The diverse underwater structure supports thriving populations of largemouth, smallmouth, Kentucky spotted bass, and white bass. Catfish are also abundant and roam the numerous coves around the Lake. There are many area Table Rock Lake resorts that offer expert guided trips to make your day worthwhile and to get the most out of your Table Rock Lake fishing experience.