Located adjacent to Table Rock Lake and near Branson, Mo., one of the hottest tourism spots in the United States, Table Rock State Park offers easy lake access and is a short drive to area attractions and entertainment. The public marina is equipped and ready to outfit the visitor eager to explore the lake. Boat rentals, including personal watercrafts such as WaveRunners, pontoon boats, ski boats and fishing boats, are available, and all the supplies needed for the trip are stocked. Those seeking a bit more adventure can check out the scuba dive shop, try a para-sailing ride or take an excursion on a 48-foot catamaran. Located among oak and hickory trees, two camping areas wind along the shoreline allowing easy access to the lake. The shady campgrounds include basic, electric only and sewer/water/electric campsites, modern restrooms, showers and coin-operated laundry rooms. Scattered near the lakeshore are numerous picnic sites. An open picnic shelter, perfect for family reunions and get-togethers, can be reserved by contacting the park office. Although there is not a designated beach, visitors can swim in several areas of the park. Table Rock State Park is a great base camp for all that Table Rock Lake and Branson have to offer.
We rode mountain bikes for the entire trail system which totaled about 12 miles. We started on the red trail and just kept taking lefts every time the trail forked. It was a great trail system. Good mix of climbs, downhills, and technical sections. The added bonus was the pretty scenery of the Branson hills. We will definitely be coming back!
Good trail. Do not believe the sign that says the red loop is 2.5 miles. It's longer than that. Closer to 3.2. My kids liked it, but started complaining towards the last 1/4 mile that it was too long. But other than that it was good. Also the trailhead is not where the indicated pin is on the app. It's further down the road. Look for the signs that say trailhead.
loved all the loops in the orange loop a primitive cabin and root cellar. great views. good climbs. I have mountain biked these as well. a little challenging as the trails are not well maintained. be prepared to hike bike in a few places if your not a advanced rider.
Daniel H. on White River Trail
rocky lots of switchbacks and great challenges. strong hills. rated difficult by the park of the 4 connecting trails. also known as the red loop. I've hiked it as well great hike.
We started at the Red loop and enjoyed the beautiful trail through the woods, but beware that the mosquitos are thick at this time (June) If it weren't for the that we would have went further, but the part that we did hike was beautiful. Easy enough as well for our kids to enjoy.
Trail was good. Starts off really easy and then you mixes things up. A variety of gravel, mud, rocks surfaces. If you are looking for something fairly simple with a little variety this is a good trail. Took us an hour and 20 min but we stopped for pictures.
There are a few trails at the Hatchery along with the Canebrake. there is a lovely bluff trail that is 1.6 mile & the trails that connect directly to Canebrake (Fisherman & Corridor) can create a full loop nearly 2 mile long. The scenery is great, but is can be muddy the day after a rainfall.