sheer wall of rocks line a cove on the lake that is prime to tie up
boats, swim in the water and—the best part— climb up to the swings. A
ski rope hangs from the middle of the rocks and lines of kids and adults
alike wait to swing into the water.
Find it: From Port of Kimberling Marina, go east under the bridge. Follow the lake past Mill Creek Campground and Joe Bald Park.
The Jumping Bluff
are lots of cliffs great for jumping off on the lake. If you’re looking
for a specific spot, try the jumping bluff on the south side of the
lake with a variety of different levels. Be sure to put on your water
Find it: Go north from Bent Hook Marina. Once you enter the main channel, it will be up ahead and on your left.
Located on the Arkansas side of the lake, Cricket Creek Park offers a public swimming beach, tent camping and RV sites and might be the most scenic park on the lake.
Find it: 20515 Boat Dock Rd. W., Omaha, Arkansas.
The Facebook Group
you want to be in the know, join the Table Rock Lake Group on Facebook
for the inside scoop on local recommendations and more. Group members
cover all areas of the lake.
Find it: Online on Facebook.
Cow Creek Slalom Course
skiers look no further than Cow Creek. This cove has a slalom course
for you to perfect—or learn— your racing skills.
Find it: Located between Port of Kimberling and State Park Marina on mile-marker 6.
As the first marina on Table Rock, Hideaway is on the north part of the lake toward Cape Fair; stop for gas and a bite to eat.
Find it: 1810 Hideaway Road, Galena.