More than the Branson live music shows that have made this place famous worldwide, Branson has so much more to offer to its guests. No wonder it is dubbed as the ultimate vacation destination in the Midwest. What tourists are enjoying in Branson is the adventure that it brings. Yes, you can have all kinds of adventure in Branson, even in the waters!
The TriLakes Area in Branson serves as home to 3 pristine lakes – Lake Taneycomo, Bull Shoals Lake, and Table Rock Lake. These are popular tourist sites for water adventures like boating, jet skiing, parasailing, kayaking, wake boarding, swimming, fishing, diving, and a lot more. A trip to Branson Trilakes Area may just be your much-needed rest and relaxation since it brings you to your kinship with nature. People who frequent the lakes are usually families, sports enthusiasts, adventure seekers, and those who just want to relax from the fast-paced city life. Let’s take a closer look at these lakes.
Lake Taneycomo is a cold water haven for trout. Trout fishing is extremely popular in this lake. Taneycomo also provides a breathtaking background for the nearby shopping district in downtown Branson. Branson Landing is the nearest mall to Lake Taneycomo, and the lake backdrop for this outlet mall has greatly helped in attracting shoppers. Not only do you get to shop in the Landing, but you also get to be treated to sightseeing in Lake Taneycomo.
Bull Shoals Lake is known for its houseboat rentals, leisure and fishing activities. Here, you can have a grand time boating, jet skiing, and enjoying other Branson water sports and attractions. Fishing is most popular in Bull Shoals Lake, and it often serves as host to top regional and national tournaments. Some of the record breaking fishes from Bull Shoals are the 13 pound 14 ounce largemouth, 51 pound striped bass, and a 21 pound 1 ounce walleye.
Last but not the least, Table Rock Lake is the lake closest to Branson’s entertainment district in Highway 76 Strip. Table Rock Lake boasts of top bass fishing. Here, you can spot fishes like largemouth smallmouth, Kentucky spotted bass, white bass, rock bass, and many more. Several record holders in fishing tournaments were also from this lake, such as the 5 pound 6 ounce record white bass and the 7 pound 8 ounce spotted bass.
Come and experience the TriLakes Area in Branson for you to discover more water adventures that you can add to this list. When you are in Branson, stay in Thousand Hills Golf Resort. In Thousand Hills, you can have the best lodging options and you also get to stay close to the TriLakes area and Branson’s best theaters. Reserve your unit in Thousand Hills now by calling 1-877-262-0430.