Table Rock State Park

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Table Rock State Park

Location:7 miles southwest of Branson via US 65, then 5 miles west on Highway 165 in Taney County.
Facilities:43 basic campsites, 89 electric campsites, 20 sites with full hookups, showers, picnic sites, picnic shelter, hiking and biking trails, marina, personal watercraft rentals, boat rentals, boat ramp, store.
Activities:Camping, boating, canoeing, sailing, lake fishing, scuba diving, swimming, jet skiing, parasailing, hiking, bicycling.
Special Features:Park is located on the 43,000-acre Table Rock Lake and is near Branson, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the US.
Address:5272 State Hwy 165
Branson, MO 65616

Size: 356 acres.

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Table Rock State Park

Location:On SC 11, in the northwestern corner of the state.
Facilities:94 campsites, 6 trailside campsites, 3 primitive group camps, 14 cabins (é), comfort stations, 4 picnic shelters, hiking trails (14 miles), lake beach, boat rentals, boat ramp, fishing pier (é), camp store, meeting building, recreation center, playground.
Activities:Camping, boating (non-motorized), fishing, swimming, hiking.
Special Features:Table Rock Mountain provides a towering backdrop for this upcountry retreat at the edge of the Blue Ridge Escarpment. The entire park, including the mountain, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is also a South Carolina Heritage Trust Site.
Address:158 E Ellison Ln
Pickens, SC 29671

Size: 3,083 acres.

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