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Branson, Mo Flood 2008

Table Rock and Taneycomo Lakes

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April 2008

Water over the Flood gatesWater over the flood gates at Table Rock

Notice the water passing over the tops of the flood gates underneath Highway 165.  Keep in mind, these flood gates are raised 2.5 feet to allow the release of water underneath the gates.  The lake level when these pictures were taken was at 932.7.  The maximum flood pool is approximately 931 feet above sea level. 

Front Side of Table Rock Dam

Back Side of Table rock Dam

This picture of Table Rock was taken from the Army Corp of Engineer's visitor center.
Welcome to Branson, Missouri

The US Government owns all the property below the “Government Take Line” or flood plain on Beaver, Table Rock, Bull Shoals and Lake Norfolk.  No private or commercial building is allowed on Government Property, or in the flood plain.  Consequentially, the flood damage on these four lakes was minimal, mostly just debris or stranded boat docks that you could not get to.  Some public campgrounds controlled by the Corp of Engineers are permitted below the Government Take Line and are closed until the lake levels reseed.