Boating on Table Rock Lake
Boating on Table Rock Lake is a favorite among all of our Hideaway Resorts guests. Slips on our covered private resort dock are available for rent during your stay. Hideaway also has a gravel launch right next to the dock as well as ample trailer parking.
For guests who want to enjoy a day on Table Rock Lake but may not be bringing their own boat – you are in luck. Table Rock has several marinas that offer rentals, including Hideaway Marina next door. Most have fishing, sport, and pontoon boats for rent, and some, have rental fleets that also include stand-up paddleboards, jet skis, powerboats, plus water skiing and wakeboarding equipment. And, with more than 43,000 acres of beautiful blue water, the lake offers plenty of room for everyone to enjoy their favorite water-sport without impinging on anyone else’s fun. Most marinas offer extended hours from late spring until early fall, but some may be limited from October through April, so be aware of their operating hours.
Missouri’s Boater Education Law went into effect January 1, 2005. The law states that any person born after January 1, 1984 must successfully pass a Missouri Boater Education class/ test before operating any motorized vessel on the lakes of the state, including Table Rock Lake.
Know Before You Boat
- Check out Boat Smart form VisitTableRockLake.com.
- Learn and follow small craft navigation rules.
- Obey Missouri and Arkansas state boating laws.
- Take a Boating Education Course.
- Read these tips and tricks on navigating Table Rock Lake
- Have a flotation device on board for each passenger.
- Watch for obstructions when approaching the shore.
- Slow down when approaching small boats, docks or someone in the water.
- Head for your dock or shore if bad weather threatens.