A Weekend at Branson TriLakes Area

Branson is known for a lot of attractions that are a lot of fun. It attracts people from all age ranges to come and have fun in the countless activities and attractions in the area. Branson’s specialty are its live music shows and its thrilling theme parks. While these have become one of the main reasons why Branson is now known as the leading driving vacation destination, Branson gives you more to enjoy with gifts of nature.

Branson is also home to many perfect lakes that can give you lots of water activities to do, too. The Branson TriLakes Area is where you can see three scenic and unspoiled lakes – Table Rock Lake, Lake Taneycomo, and Bull Shoals Lake. The lakes area in Branson offers you a wide variety of water activities that families, friends, and lovers will really enjoy. Some of the water activities in the lakes are boating, jet skiing, parasailing, kayaking, wakeboarding, swimming, fishing, and a lot more. Sports enthusiasts, outdoor lovers, and adventure seekers, the Branson TriLakes Area is the perfect spot for you!

Table Rock Lake is just 10 miles off Branson’s entertainment district, Highway 76. This lake is one of the top spots in the country for bass fishing, since you can find largemouth, smallmouth, a Kentucky spotted bass, white bass, and rock bass in Table Rock Lake. Fishes in this area also hold records. Some state record holders pulled out of this lake are the 5 pound, 6 ounce white bass and the 7 pound, 8 ounce spotted bass.

Lake Taneycomo is also a prime spot for trout fishing, and it is also the wonderful backdrop for the shoppers of Downtown Branson. This lake will soon provide the guests and locals of Branson a very exciting shopping, sightseeing, and dining experience as major improvements are being made in the lakefront.

Last but not the least is Branson’s mighty Bull Shoals Lake. This is the home of tranquil houseboat rentals, recreation, and world-class fishing. It is a normal day for Bull Shoals Lake when there are hundreds of watercrafts cruising the lake waters for boating, jet skiing, water sports, and other water activities. Fishing is the most popular activity in Bull Shoals Lake. In fact, Bull Shoals Lake also hosts top regional and national tournaments. Record holders have also been caught in the waters of Bull Shoals Lake, like the 13 pound, 14 ounce largemouth, 51 pound striped bass, and a 21 pound, 1 ounce walleye.

Enjoy your time at the Branson TriLakes Area more by staying close to the lakes. Book your stay in Thousand Hills Hotel and Golf Resort so you can be close to the lakes area and to Branson’s entertainment district. Choose from a variety of lodging options that will be the perfect fit for your family’s vacation needs. For reservations and inquiries, dial 1-877-262-0430.

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