Like many of you, we are closely monitoring COVID-19 and its impact on the world. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected. If you feel isolated or anxious during this time, we encourage you to visit – much of the resort is still open. You may continue to access your boat, camp in the campground, take a walk by the lake, or simply drive through and enjoy being out of the house.

Our top priority is the health and well-being of our staff, customers, and community. When you visit, please protect yourself and the full-time residents of the Table Rock Lake Area by observing social distancing rules, avoiding social gatherings, and practicing good hygiene. Please bring supplies with you from home a supplies of hand sanitizer, wipes, etc are in short supply still in our area. 

We are adjusting some of our operations to protect our employees and guests, as follows:

  • Wet slips will remain accessible, subject to lake levels. You must adhere to social distancing rules at your slip and on the lake.
  • The Marina Office is now open to the public; however, we are limiting the number of people in the office. You may call us with any questions or concerns, or to conduct any business you might otherwise execute in person.  Payments may be made on our website here.
  • Dry Stack is open, however, we are limiting our person-to-person interactions.  This means we may not be there to help you tie-up when you come back off the water.  This is for your safety and the safety of our staff.  We’ll resume this service on weekends when the CDC relaxes social distancing protocols.    
  • The Hotel is open and taking reservations. We have implemented a rigorous cleaning procedure for all rooms as well as common areas.  We are sanitizing high touchpoints throughout the property using EPA listed chemicals that are designed to kill most viruses and pathogens.  All bedding, including comforters, are washed between each guest.  We are also not entering a guest room for housekeeping services during your stay; this is for your safety and the safety of our staff.
  • The Campground is open for tent sites and RV sites. You must still adhere to social distancing rules.  Bathrooms are being cleaned twice each day.  Please continue to practice personal responsibility for hygiene, cleanliness, and social distancing.
  • What’s Up Dock is open for retail and boat rentals. Again, please observe social distancing rules and proper hygiene rules. Our staff will wear a mask to catch, fuel, and release your boat. They can take your payment inside the store for you if you would like. If you require anything from the store, they will be happy to bring it to you. If you desire to enter the store, please sanitize your hands before and after, refrain from touching anything unnecessarily, and handle transactions at a safe distance from our staff.  We are using EPA listed chemicals that are designed to kill most viruses and pathogens on our rental boats and high touch points daily.  Please adhere to any instructions from our staff as to proper distancing during any transaction, including boat rental check-outs/check-ins.
  • Customer Service Areas and other high touchpoints are sanitized no less than daily and many are sanitized more frequently. Hand sanitizer and bleach wipes are available and being used regularly at all customer service areas such as the hotel front desk and What’s Up Dock cash registers.
    Service availability may change as the situation evolves.

We hope that the promise of boating season being so close brings you comfort. “Boating triggers a restful state. It provides the means to get outside of daily routines, allowing our brains to reset, think beyond our current circumstances, and connect to something bigger than ourselves. Being on the water on a boat promotes physiological and psychological changes spanning health and wellness, awe and wonder, creativity and play, and happiness and relaxation” (Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, marine biologist and author of Blue Mind).