“Stonewater Cove is a pristine pocket of luxury not far from – and yet a world away – from Branson. A visit there yields aggressive pampering (think cloudlike beds and deep jetted tubs); culinary sophistication (homemade croissants for breakfast – delish!); a playground for young and old alike (we got the adrenaline rush in an afternoon of ATV-riding and zip-lining); and all manner of water play on Table Rock Lake. …this is one don’t-miss lark in the Ozarks.” – by Connie Dufner
View Article: Modern Luxury – Spring 2010
The Luxe List. ”Escape into Midwest Backcountry. …Stonewater Cove overlooks one of the clearest freshwater lakes in the world, making it a hot bed for fishing, boating, and water sports.”
View Article: Shermans Travel – April 2010
A beautiful stretch of crystal clear blue water, spanning around fifty thousand acres, Table Rock Lake is a reservoir that winds through the Ozark Mountains of northwestern Arkansas and southwestern Missouri. A favorite vacation spot for outdoor lovers of all types of activities, it has become a major tourist attraction of one of the hottest tourist destinations in the United States, Branson, Missouri. People from all over the United States come to the area in order to camp, boat, and fish. It is also a perfect spot to enjoy all sorts of water sports activities, including jet skiing, tubing, scuba diving, and swimming. There is no dearth of things to do or see in this place.
Impounded by the Table Rock Dam, which was constructed on the White River by the U. S. Corps of Engineers in 1954 to 1958, the original purpose of the reservoir was to control flooding on the White River, which also flows through Missouri and Arkansas. It had already been established as a prime ground for fishing and recreation as early as the 1930s. However, flooding from the White River had constantly devastated the area. Following the Flood Control Act of 1943, the dam was constructed and the overflow of water from the White River filled the man-made lake now known as Table Rock Lake. The overflow from this reservoir spills downstream into Lake Taneycomo, the cold water of the reservoir creating a trout fishing environment for the lake.
As Table Rock Lake is a big fishing area, a lot of fishermen are attracted to the place. Moreover, the lake boasts a wide variety of fish in abundant supply. Some of these fish include bass, catfish, white bass, crappie, and bluegill. An aggressive fish management program has also been implemented in the area, seeing a resurgence of smallmouth, Kentucky, and largemouth bass of exceptionally large size. This has led to even more fishermen flocking to this site, and not just professional fishermen, either, but pleasure-seeking fishermen as well.
Surrounding the lake are lands for public use, which draws plenty of people who enjoy nature and hunting. Not only is the scenery exquisite, but portions of the Mark Twain National Forest are located on these lands. Table Rock State Park also borders the shoreline of Table Rock Lake. With all its attractions, recreational activities, and natural scenery, the reservoir and its surrounding areas has plenty to offer everybody who wishes to visit this place.
Little Rock District – Table Rock Lake
Here is a good resource list that our resort uses for Table Rock Lake:
Water level for Table Rock Lake
Info for Mark Twain National Forest
Table Rock Lake Chamber of Commerce
Table Rock Lake, Shell Knob Chamber of Commerce
Table Rock Lake, Resorts Info
Table Rock Lake Fishing Map
Table Rock Lake Water Level
Water Quality for Table Rock Lake
To read the article “Missouri: Shell Knob, Stonewater Cove Resort and Club Family Vacation Fun – Fishing, Boating, and Ziplining.” on FamilyTravelFiles.com, published in January 2010, please click on the following link:
“Tranquil, beautiful…Stonewater Cove’s luxurious main lodge stands like a beacon on Table Rock Lake amid the natural splendor…Discover a piece of Americana…”
View article: Hotel Review by Luxury Travel Magazine
“Rustic Retreat – Missouri Resort and Club Nestled on Shores of Table Rock Lake. …Visit with old friends or make new ones in the rustic dining area of Stonewater Cove.” – by Pam Cloud
View Article: Times Record Article – December 2009
“Stonewater is the culmination of years of dreams, hard work and dedication…” – by Madison Freeman
View article: Affluent Magazine – Winter Holiday Issue 2009