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Thursday, October 24, 2019

Family Day Trip to Table Rock Lake in Missouri

Table Rock Lake in Kimberling City, Missouri
While on a road trip through the great state of Missouri we passed through Kimberling City and decided to spend the day at Table Rock Lake. If you're unfamiliar with this sits right outside of Branson. The lake offers crystal clear water and a ton of family fun!

You can find overnight accommodations at area resorts, hotels, guest houses and campgrounds. You'll find family lodging, rustic campgrounds and luxurious accommodations. There is something for everyone. Stay a night, a few days, for a romantic weekend or vacation all week long.
Table Rock Lake in Kimberling City, Missouri

Table Rock Lake in Kimberling City, Missouri

Located nearby you'll find the Silver Dollar City amusement park, Dogwood Canyon Nature Park, Dixie Stampede, the Titanic Museum,  Sight & Sound Theatre, the Track Family Fun Parks, camping, hiking, biking, swimming, boating, fishing, zip lining, etc. If you love wax museums, you'll find the Hollywood Wax Museum located nearby.
Table Rock Lake Dam in Missouri

After enjoying some of the activities at Table Rock Lake we headed for a casual dinner at Devil's Pool Restaurant located in nearby Ridgedale, part of Big Cedar Lodge. This is one of the area's most popular restaurants, so we recommend that you call ahead to make a reservation. They're open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Devil's Pool Restaurant in Ridgedale Missouri

Devil's Pool Bridge in Ridgedale Missouri

We heard that they offered the best steaks and smoked prime rib in the area, so that's what we ordered. Our dinner arrived promptly on our table and was cooked to perfection. Oh my gosh, this was one of the BEST meals we had on our entire road trip. I think you'll be very pleased with their menu offerings, price points and service.

Table Rock Lake is a really special place and appeals to all ages. Our time there was too short, so we're planning an official weekend getaway for later next year. Then we'll really have the opportunity to explore the area. In the meantime here's a few photographs for you to enjoy.

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