So Much to Do on Table Rock Lake

Table Rock Lake Family

On your next vacation, take your lake experience to the next level and conquer the outdoors on Table Rock Lake. This man-made lake was designed, built, and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and offers 52,300 acres of fun in the Ozark Mountains:  boating, parasailing, fishing, even scuba diving.


The pristine waters offer the perfect cruise. The several commercial marinas along the lake offer boat rentals for your enjoyment. Bask in the sun with the entire family on a luxury pontoon boat and maybe rent skis. You can also sail your own boat.


Fishing at Table Rock LakeTable Rock Lake is renowned as one of North America’s top bass fishing lakes. Prime catches include bass, white bass, catfish, crappie, walleye and bluegill. Anglers of all experience levels can enjoy fishing on the lake, and with the abundance of fish available, it’s easy to get hooked. Even if you’re a fishing novice, there’s no need to worry. Work with an expert bass fishing or trout fishing guide and let them lead you through your maiden fishing journey.

Scuba Diving

Visitors jump at the change to scuba dive in this picturesque Ozarks lake. The maximum depth of Table Rock Lake is over 200 feet, with a surface temperature that reaches 85° in the summer. Deep beneath the water surface lays an underwater forest, sunken boats, and large rocks and boulders—not to mention schools of fish.


Table Rock LakeFly high above Table Rock Lake on a parasailing parachute, pulled across the waters by boat. Hourly flights leave from various marinas, with take-off and landing occurring safely in a special boat.

Table Rock Lake, which spreads throughout southwestern Missouri and northwestern Arkansas, was originally created in August 1958. Over the years, the lake in this area of the Ozarks has become a popular stomping ground for water sports enthusiasts and outdoor adventure seekers.

Bluegreen Vacations owners continue to flock to the crystal clear lake waters for an action-packed diversion from the bright lights and big city.