Message From CEO David Casaletto
Table Rock Lake is Perfect for Summer Fun!

The high water is a thing of the past and Table Rock Lake is heating up with great summer fun!!! I found an article on the web written a year ago, 23 Things To Do On Table Rock Lake, so I thought I would list a few below. You can click the link to the read the full article.

Fishing: Table Rock has long been known for fishing! In fact, there are several tournaments held on the lake throughout the year. You’ll find Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, White Bass, Crappie, Bluegill, Catfish and Long Ear Sunfish. You’ll even find Walleye, Warmouth, Striped Bass and Paddlefish.

Hiking: There are great places to hike lakeside, including Table Rock Lake State Park, the White River Valley Trail System, and Chinquapin Trail, which are all connected. Nearby you’ll also find great hiking at Dogwood Canyon and at the Ruth and Paul Henning Conservation Area.

Jump Off the Rope Swings: One of the most memorable experiences at Table Rock Lake is jumping off the rope swings! It was always a favorite of mine as a child and now our girls get to share in the joy! It’s fun for all ages and a great gathering place. 

Jump off a Cliff: There are several great cliffs to jump off of around the lake and each one is more fun than the last. Again, it’s always a great place to make new friends – you’ll find that boaters are always friendly. Who isn’t happy on the water?

Eat on the Water: Table Rock Lake boasts many floating and lakeside restaurants. A quick search wil bring up a full guide of Table Rock Lake Restaurants that includes what they have to offer, where they are located, docking instructions and more!

Water Sports: The lake is a great place to learn how to water ski, tube, surf, knee board, wake board and more! Items can be purchased or rented at many of the shops located in the marinas.

Take a Sunset Cruise: Boating is of course always a highlight at the lake, but the sunsets are beyond breathtaking! You can drop your boat at one of the many public access ramps, rent a boat or take the Branson Belle, Catamaran, Goin Jessi or Lady Liberty for a cruise.

Watch Fireworks: There are fireworks Memorial Day weekend, 4th of July weekend and Labor Day weekend in addition to the Branson Belle fireworks which give locals and boaters a free display throughout the summer (check for times). There’s nothing quite like the reflection of fireworks on the water. It’s truly magical.

Swim: Moonshine Beach, Joe Bald, Mill Creek, Baxter Public Use, Kings River Marina, Cricket Creek Campground, Dewey Short Visitor Center or find a secluded cove.

Dewey Short Visitor Center: Take a break on a cold or rainy day and enjoy the view and activities at the visitor center. Build a dam, read a book or enjoy one of the interactive activities while learning about the hydroelectric dam and get a close up view of Table Rock Dam by car or boat! There is a complimentary dock and small beach nearby. It’s also connected to several trails that are perfect for an easy walk or bike ride!
Shop: Most of the Marinas have well stocked gift shops filled with great gifts, swimwear and more. Chose from: State Park Marina, Hideaway Marina, Indian Point Marina, Kings River Marina, Point of Kimberling Marina, Cape Fair Marina, Big M Marina, Campbell Point Marina, Eagle Rock Marina, Baxter Marina, Long Creek Marina, Cricket Creek Marina and Bent Hook Marina.

Kayak or paddleboard: Bring your own or rent one at a marina or the resort. It’s a great way to take in the true beauty of Table Rock Lake and see the layers of rock up close.

Scubadiving: The lake is fun above and below the water’s surface! There are so many places to explore including Zebulon Pike, the former town of Oasis, the Enchanted Forest and Duck Island.

Jump in! The water is great at Table Rock Lake!

H2Ozarks, formerly Ozarks Water Watch, is organizing the 22nd Annual Shoreline Cleanup to be conducted on September 30 - October 2 and on October 7 – October 9! We started this event in 2001 on Table Rock Lake with less than 100 volunteers. Since then, with your help, we have grown to over 1,000 volunteers cleaning up Table Rock Lake, Lake Taneycomo, and Bull Shoals Lake.
This effort has resulted in the removal of over 18,000 bags of trash from the shorelines of these lakes. With more than 1,900 miles (over 1,730,000 water skis lined up end-to-end) of shoreline between the three lakes, there is still more cleanup work to do.
The local community has made this work possible with generous support!
Can we count on your support for the Shoreline Cleanup this year?
Be a sponsor! Organize a cleanup team! Give back to the community! This event is a fantastic opportunity for company team building, achieving volunteer hours for school or a scout troop, or just getting out and enjoying the outdoors with family and friends.
H2Ozarks is a non-profit, 501c3 company. Donations are tax deductible!

For more information visit www.h2ozarks.org or call 417-739-5001
Scan for sponsorship and registration details!
Welcome to our New Outreach Coordinator, Olivia Magnes
H2Ozarks is excited to welcome Olivia Magnes, as their new Outreach Coordinator! Olivia is a long-time resident of the area and finds the Ozarks as the best home to raise her two wonderful, outdoor-loving boys. The lakes and rivers have made many memories for Olivia and her family, and she is overjoyed to be a part of the H2Ozarks team where she can share her passion and talents to facilitate the message that we all play a part in ensuring Cleaner Water Together for our generation, and generations to come. She is looking forward to building stronger relationships with the communities we serve and is confident that together we can make a lasting impact to protect the water quality of our precious water resources. 

The H2Ozarks Team
David Casaletto
Carin Love
Jerry Harman
Program Director
Erin Scott
Senior Policy and Program Director
Shelly Dare Smith
Arkansas Program Manager
Olivia Magnes
Outreach Coordinator