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We offer a relaxing floatas on the Jacks Fork River and the Current River. The Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Missouri's largest National Park, covering 77,000 acres with 140 miles of clear, spring-fed streams.
Our campground is on an Ozark hillside overlooking the Jack's Fork River valley. We pick you up at the front door of your cottage and at the end of your float, we quickly return you to your cottage. Our cottages feature private bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens and gas barbecue grills.
We have pull-thru RV sites with full hookups; tent sites; 11 cottages; and four hotel suites. The campground includes a shower-house and bathroom facility.
Pets welcome in the campground only.
We rent and sell kayaks (all types and sizes - single, tandem, triple, fishing), as well as canoes and stand-up paddle boards. We will put you in at designated areas on Table Rock Lake or launch you on Lake Taneycomo just below Table Rock Dam, then pick you up at one of two destinations, including Branson Landing.
Look for our kiosk at the Bass Pro parking lot to book a float or choose a one-hour rental (one hour rental available at the Landing only).
You may also take rentals on your own to your own destination. Already own a Kayak? We will shuttle. Call to learn about our additional location for 2014, and the launch and pick up areas.
Large groups, church groups, youth and student groups, family reunions, and corporate conventions are welcome.
One stop destination for tubing, canoeing, kayaking, and rafting the lower Current River. One-hour to three-day trips available for beginners and experts.
All of our floats begin up-river and end at The Landing. Park your vehicle at The Landing and leave the rest to us; we transport you to your point of entry. This allows you to enjoy your float with no set take-out time or deadlines to meet and no waiting for transportation back to your car.
Camping, lodging, and a restaurant are available.
Floating and trout fishing on the Niangua River. Camping, electric hookups, cabins, concessions and catering available (high season). Live band or karaoke on Saturday nights (high season). Deer hunting.
Canoes, $35-$40; Rafts, $75; Kayaks, $25; Tubes, $10-$15.
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