Table Rock RV Campgrounds

Table Rock Lake RV Campgrounds

In addition to the public campgrounds, there are over 100 private resorts and campgrounds around Table Rock Lake offering various amenities such as:

  • Full RV hookups (water, sewer, electric)
  • Tent camping with electric and water
  • Primitive tent sites
  • Cabins and vacation rentals
  • Marinas, boat rentals, and boat slips
  • Swimming pools, playgrounds, hiking trails

Bar M Resort and Campground

Bar M Resort and Campground On Table Rock Lake
Bar M Resort and Campground


The Bar M Campground is one of the nicest small, family operated campgrounds and RV parks on Table Rock Lake. We specialize in making campers comfortable with full hook-ups, level sites, spotless showers, and every amenity of our resort is at your disposal. The Bar M Campground is conveniently located just minutes from all the famous Branson attractions, but offers full access to Table Rock Lake.

Our Table Rock Lake campground has a beautiful swimming pool with water slide, a large family size hot tub, a game room with pool table and video games, a large playground to safely occupy the kids, both 7 and 10 foot basketball goals, horse shoes, our own private boat dock and launch ramp and even a variety of boat rentals. You can enjoy all these amenities and still enjoy all the Branson attractions too.

The amenities at our Table Rock Lake resort include a sparkling swimming pool with a water slide, a large family size hot tub, a boat dock and launch ramp with a variety of boat rentals, a picnic pavilion, a game room with a pool table and video games, basketball, horseshoes and a large playground for the kids all on 10 beautifully manicured acres on the shores of Table Rock Lake just minutes from Branson. If you are interested in a fantastic Table Rock Lake Resort vacation, this is the place for you and both Branson, Missouri and Springfield, Missouri are only a short drive away.


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Lakeview RV Resort and Campground

Table Rock RV Campgrounds

Lakeview Campground RV Park in Branson is a Table Rock Lake Campground with the perfect setting for your stay. Branson Lakeview Campground RV Park is just 2 miles from Silver Dollar City on Indian Point Road, less than 1/2 mile to Branson marinas, boat docks, swimming areas and boat rental. Indian Point Road ends at Table Rock Lake, thus we are on the quiet and peaceful side of Table Rock Lake, yet near all of the attractions of Branson.

Lakeview RV Resort is one of the areas friendliest resorts around.  The campground hosts are available to answer questions and ensure you enjoy your camping experience.  We are close to all the Branson and Table Rock Lake activities, yet you will feel like you are in the woods with all the beautiful trees.

We have 30 and 50-amp full hookup RV campsites with pull-through access in some of our sites.  A credit card is required to hold the reservation.  Please call us 5 days in advance of your reservation to receive a full refund  If no notice then a one night stay will be charged.  This opens up the site for others who may want to camp with us.




Table Rock RV Campgrounds

Table Rock Lake,

Designed, built and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is an artificial lake or reservoir in the Ozarks of southwestern Missouri and northwestern Arkansas. The lake is impounded by Table Rock Dam (located 36.595374°N 93.311137°W), constructed from 1954 to 1958 on the White River by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

It is a popular attraction for the city of Branson, and the nearby town of Shell Knob, Missouri. There are several commercial marinas along the lake, and Table Rock State Park is located on the east side, both north and south of Table Rock Dam. Downstream from the dam, the Missouri Department of Conservation operates a fish hatchery, which is used to stock trout in Lake Taneycomo. The cold water discharged from the dam creates a trout fishing environment in the lake.

The lake derives its name from a rock formation resembling a table at the small community of Table Rock, Missouri on Highway 165 about a mile and a half downstream from where the dam was built.

Dam and Outlet Measurements[4]

  • Length of dam: 6,423 feet (1,958 m)
  • Length of concrete section: 1,602 feet (488 m)
  • Maximum height of dam above stream bed: 252 feet (77 m)
  • Concrete in dam: 1,230,000 cubic yards (940,000 m3)
  • Earthen embankment: 3,320,000 cubic yards (2,540,000 m3)
  • Length of spillway: 551 gross feet
  • Spillway crest gates size: 45x37 feet
  • Outlet conduits size: 4x9 feet