|Table Rock Lake Resorts located on Table Rock Lake, designed, built and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Table Rock Lake has become a paradise for boaters, scuba divers, campers and fishermen alike. Camping enthusiasts are treated to thirteen Corps of Engineers operated campgrounds located adjacent to Table Rock Lake. Full service marinas operate on Table Rock Lake at various locations to provide service and convenience to boaters.
Over 100 resorts are located adjacent to Table Rock Lake and provide visitors with numerous water-related activities. For those visitors who do not want to operate a boat but still want to experience the beauty of the area from the water, five commercial boat cruises or rides operate on Table Rock Lake.
The 52,300-acres of Table Rock Lake are known as the clean, clear, warm and blue lake. Thus the 800 miles of shore line is the home of scuba diving throughout the year. Table Rock Lake holds the National honor of the largest Spoonbill caught - 139 pounds, 4 ounces in the James River Arm of Table Rock in 2002.
In the spring, you run into some of the most aggressive Bass, Crappie, Walleye, Catfish, Spoonbill you will find anywhere. They grow big in a hurry by feasting on baby Shad and Bluegills. When the Table Rock Lake was built in 1958, they did not clear any of the trees beneath the water level thus there are many Cedars and
hardwoods on the bottom.