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Ozarks bait and tackle
Kimberling City Shopping Center
Kimberling City, MO 65686
Ozarksbaitandtackle.com 417-739-1116

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14226 State Hwy 13
Kimberling City, MO 65686
Toll free: 800-595-0393 Phone: 417-739-2564
 

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5 D Fire Station Rd.
Kimberling City, MO
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Ozark Mountain Resort
146 Ozark Mountain Resort Drive
Kimberling City, MO 65686
 

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Resorts (please mention Skeeter sent you).

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Indian Point Resorts
71 Dogwood Park Trail
Branson, Mo. 65616
Toll Free: 800-888-1891
info@indianpoint.com
Still Waters Resort
21 Stillwater Trail
Branson, MO 65616
Toll Free: 800-777-2320
info@stillwatersresort.com
lighthouse lodge resort
51 Lake Road
Kimberling City, MO 65686
Phone: 800-739-4556
lighthouselodge@mchsi.com
 

31 Holiday Drive 
Kimberling City, MO 65686
TOLL FREE 1-888-779-44611
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Kimberling Inn
11863 S State Hwy 13
Kimberling City, MO 65686
P: (417) 739-4311
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big cedar lodge
612 Devil's Pool Road
Ridgedale, MO 65739
Phone: 612-335-2777
Cedar Wood Resort
33 Lake Short Dr.
Kimberling City, MO 65686
Phone: 417-739-4415
cedarwood@cedarwoodresort.com


Dooley Lodges & Resort
1060 Crow's Nest Trail
Branson, MO 65616
1-417-338-2524
1-800-947-8287
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Harper Valley Resort 12 South S. Kimberling City, MO 65686-7503

Phone number: 1-417-739-2789
Toll-Free: 1-800-688-2193
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Whispering Woods Resort
49 Hiawatha Trail
Kimberling City, MO 65686
Toll free: 1-800-226-4951
Phone: 417-739-4951
info@atthelake.us
Hickory Hollow
Rt 1 Box 1795 LR-39-72
Shell Knob, MO 65747
Phone: 417-858-6606
hickory@mo-net.com
     
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The Ozarks

 

Table Rock Lake and its surrounding communities are located in the Ozarks, a 50,000 square mile region located chiefly in southern Missouri and northern Arkansas but also partially in Oklahoma and Kansas, between the Arkansas and Missouri RiverThe Ozarkss.

This Ozark region is actually an eroded plateau containing more woodlands than farmland. Much of the rock structure is sandstone and limestone. Created more than 350 million years ago by tectonic forces, rivers have gradually worn through the soft rocks creating steep-sided valleys and forming hundreds of caves and caverns. The Ozarks, which rise from the surrounding plains, are locally referred to as mountains and the various summits are called knobs.

The Ozarks

Vacationers were first attracted to the area following the publication of Harold Bell Wright’s novel, The Shepherd of the Hills in 1907. Because of its relatively isolated location, the Ozarks became known for the simple hand-crafted lifestyle and unique music of its people.

Today, more than seven million people each year visit Table Rock Lake and the greater Branson area to enjoy the natural beauty, wealth of outdoor activities, considerable shopping opportunities and wide variety of entertainment.

The Ozarks

The Ozarks have several large lakes that were created by dams across the White and Black rivers to generate electricity, control flooding and develop recreational opportunities. Table Rock Lake, formed in the late 1950’s by the construction of Table Rock dam, is among the largest.

The Ozarks

Tough the area is rich in deciduous trees such as oak, hickory, maple, elder and elm, along with a few species of evergreens, the soils are relatively thin and of poor quality for agriculture. The Ozarks, however, are teeming with wildlife such as deer, wild turkey, quail, great-horned owls, great blue herons, woodpeckers and even bald eagles.

The Ozarks were originally home to several nomadic Indian tribes such as the Osage, Cherokee and Choctaw. Major Steven Long led the first American expedition through the Ozarks in 1817. Several notable Civil War battles were fought in the area, sometimes pitting brother against brother as families in the Ozarks often had divided loyalties between the North and South.