Be the Captain this Summer!

The Original Lake Life.

Some call it tradition....we call it Lake Time!

New Slide Pontoon Boats!

Custom Aloha Brand. Gorgeous Boats!


It starts here at the dock.

It's Lake Time!

Welcome to timeless family fun on Table Rock Lake. State Park Marina is Branson's closest marina and was awarded Missouri's first "Clean Marina". The marina is home to over 650 boats, a beautiful nautical store, a pizza cafe', boat rentals, lake tour boats, and full-service marine services.

Whether you rent a boat for the day or lease a slip for years, we believe our purpose is to help create the safest and most treasured memories on Table Rock Lake.

The Original place for Lake Time....the tradition continues!

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More New Boats for 2024!

An all-new slide pontoon boat fleet for 2024. Awesome new custom-designed ALOHA brand.
Also, we added more 2024 New 250-hp Sunliner Pontoon Boats!

catamaran charters

Our most popular boat charter is the 2-hour Swim Cruise on the Spirit of America, a 48-foot, coast guard-licensed sailing catamaran with stable and comfortable seating for 49 passengers. Help the crew operate the vessel or just sit back, relax and enjoy the ride!
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Boathouse Boutique Store

The Boathouse Boutique is Table Rock Lake's official outfitter for "The Lake Life." Discover nautical gifts, name brand apparel, boat basics, snacks, ice cream and more. Our crew stands ready to help you create lasting memories on beautiful Table Rock Lake!
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Classic Boat Tours

Charter "Knock on Wood" with a USCG-licensed captain behind the wheel. Hear interesting stories about the lake and experience the golden era of American boating.

Modern-built by the "Rolls Royce" of boats, Hacker-Craft (in business since 1908), she features new technology and an ultra-smooth ride. You'll fall in love, just as Henry Ford did, with her mahogany flanks, the soft rumble of her motor, the flare of her bow, and luxurious seating. Reservations required.
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Marina Video

Some call it a tradition...we call it Lake Time!
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