Table Rock Lake – Table Rock Lake dam was constructed in 1954-1958 on the White River. This lake getaway, in the beautiful Midwest setting, quickly became known as the “Ozark Mountains family playground”. The entire shoreline, over 850+ miles, is owned by the Army Corps of Engineers. The number of dock spaces and boat sizes permitted is strictly limited. Hundreds of thousands of acres of the Mark Twain National Forest surround the forty-three thousand acre lake. It’s one of the cleanest lakes in the world, and, because of its deep waters and active rivers running through the dam, Table Rock Lake is world-renowned for bass fishing.
Stonewater Cove is on the James River Arm, otherwise known as “the quiet side of Table Rock”. During the week, but virtually at any time, it’s hard not to find smooth, calm waters for professional water skiing and wakeboard training on this part of the lake. There are only a handful of houses in sight on one side of the lake from the resort, and because the government owns all the land adjacent the resort, as well as the entire shoreline, most of the magnificent views and surrounding areas will remain completely preserved for as long as Mother Nature allows!