Kayaks, paddle boats, and bikes available to borrow
Two miles from Silver Dollar City theme park
Bright and modern rooms have large kitchenettes and outdoor patios
Beach volleyball on-site
Three large pools, as well as two kids' pools
Free Wi-Fi and parking
Some rooms have washer/dryers
No beach chairs, umbrellas, or toiletries provided
No pets allowed
No on-site restaurant
Some rooms have slightly dated decor and tube-style TVs
Set just outside Branson on Table Rock Lake, Still Waters Resort is a family-friendly, lakefront getaway with a wide range of outdoor activities, including fishing , basketball, kayaking, waterskiing, swimming, and splashing in the 15-foot waterfall. Condos and motel rooms are
large, bright, and modern, with lake or pool views, while suites have fully equipped kitchenettes; note that toiletries and food (including coffee) are not provided. There's no on-site restaurant or bar at this mid-range resort, but there is an small marketplace on the grounds, and there are barbecues and picnic areas for outdoor picnics. The popular Silver Dollar City theme park is a five-minute drive away.
Outdoorsy, family-friendly resort with rustic charm
The Still Waters Resort is all about the great outdoors, thanks to its impressive natural surroundings at Table Rock Lake and numerous activities for both summer and winter seasons, including hiking, mountain
biking, swimming, and fishing. The hotel's exterior strays from the typical lodge aesthetic of the area, with more brick than timber, although the condos themselves are made out of
attractive dark wood shingles. Inside, the lobby is clean and welcoming, with polished hardwood floors, leather sofas, wood paneling, ceiling fans, palm tree wallpaper, and rugs.
Right on Table Rock Lake, in the Indian Point Resort Area, a
five-minute drive from the Silver Dollar City theme park
The Table Rock Lake-side location is the biggest draw for guests
staying at Still Waters Resort; guests can reach Silver Dollar City
in less than five minutes, and get to central Branson in just a bit longer. Marvel Cave, a stunning National Natural Landmark, is only a
five-minute drive away, and the Dixie Stampede Dinner and Show is a
20-minute drive into Branson. The picturesque Indian Point Park is under a mile away. Uncle Ike's Trail Ride -- where you can go horseback riding -- is a five-minute drive up the road. There's little in the way of restaurants and shops within walking distance, but parking at the resort is free.
Large, bright, and minimally decorated, many with kitchenettes and outdoor patio areas
The rooms and condos at the Still Waters Resort are large and bright, if a bit dated and basic in style, with lots of beige, wooden furniture, patterned bedspreads, and Venetian blinds. Most of them open to patios or balconies, which
add natural light. Most rooms have flat-screen TVs and
contemporary decor, as well as large kitchenettes. Some of the suites have full kitchens, which are especially popular with families, as are in-room laundry facilities in some. Bathrooms aren't large, but do have clean showers and bathtubs, although some guests complain about the poor water
pressure and lack of toiletries. Surrounded by the forest and lake, the rooms are quiet, and the private furnished patios are a nice spot to relax after a day of activity.
Full range of outdoor activities, including a full-service marina with free kayaks, but no restaurant
The Still Waters Resort has a seasonal
marina with five covered boat docks and a fleet of rental boats, including
pontoons, WaveRunners, and motorboats for water skiing. Guests can also bring
their own boats to dock for a fee. Kayaks and paddle boats are available to borrow. In addition to the swimming dock in the lake, there are three regular pools with hot tubs, two kids' pools, and a waterslide that’s open seasonally.
Families with young children should note that there's no lifeguard at the
waterslide area. The Island Oasis pool area has daybeds and hammocks, as well as a 15-foot, walk-through waterfall. Bicycles, with helmets, are available to borrow, and there are plenty of hiking, biking, and jogging paths
through the surrounding woods on Indian Point Peninsula. For kids, there's also a playground, open seasonally. There's also a sand volleyball
area, basketball court, and horseshoe toss game next to a pavilion. The only
thing that disappoints is the lack of a restaurant or
continental breakfast served on-site, but there is a market on the grounds where you can stock up on food. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property.
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