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Vacation rentals in Roaring River Township

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Treehouse in Eagle Rock
Tranquil Treehouse on Table Rock Lake
The Tranquil Treehouse is the perfect place to unplug, relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature by the lake! The large deck is a great place to read a book, grill out or enjoy a morning cup of coffee! Even rainy days are peaceful at the treehouse due to the natural lullaby of the rain on the red tin roof. The lake is only 150 yards from the house. We have 2 kayaks for guests on carts for the short walk to the shore. Come soak up the sun in the crystal clear water this lake is famous for!
$119 per night
Cabin in Little Flock
The Bears’ Den - w/ Hot Tub on Beaver Lake
Welcome to the Bears' Den - A secluded and cozy lakefront stay on a three acre pine grove. Lake access. Pet friendly. The space includes a queen bed + sleeper sofa. Relax with a sunrise coffee and lake view on the front porch and your favorite drink in the hot tub on the back deck at night. Work remote with included high speed internet. <15 min drive to War Eagle Mill, numerous trails in Hobbs State Park, and Rocky Branch Marina. <30 min to Downtown Rogers. <45 min to Eureka Springs.
$194 per night
Cabin in Eureka Springs
Chalet with a view at Bear Mountain - Hottub
Hottub on Back deck and **No cleaning fee** You'll love the breathtaking sunrise views at this large one bedroom cabin with cedar walls and vaulted ceilings, that's tucked away in a Pine tree Grove. Large Bedroom with Big Windows, and a King size log bed to see the stars at night from, and one full bath with jacuzzi hot tub for two. There is a Leather sofa and chair with ottoman in the large living area with open full kitchen, fireplace, screened deck with hottub on back.
$206 per night

Stay near Roaring River Township's top sights

Big M Marina12 locals recommend
Eureka Springs Safari Park8 locals recommend
Office Pub & Steak House5 locals recommend
Promised Land Zoo19 locals recommend
Roaring River Hatchery3 locals recommend
Dollar General14 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Roaring River Township

Cabin in Eureka Springs
*Riverfront Eco-friendly Luxury Lodge w/ Jacuzzi
$231 per night
Treehouse in Cassville
The Getaway Treehouse & Jacuzzi Bath House
$164 per night
Yurt in Eureka Springs
Eureka Yurts & Cabins- Pine View Yurt w/ hot tub
$182 per night
Cabin in Eagle Rock
Lakefront ★ Outdoor Wonderland ★ Festivals Nearby
$115 per night
Cottage in Eagle Rock
Lil' Woody Quirky & Cozy Table Rock Lake Cottage
$135 per night
Tiny home in Eagle Rock
Table Rock Tiny Homes~Rock Creek
$95 per night
Home in Eagle Rock
Ollie's Getaway Table Rock Lake
$225 per night
Cabin in Eagle Rock
Little Cedar Lodge-Amazing Views-Hot tub-Fire Pit
$286 per night
Cabin in Eagle Rock
LakeFront*15’ Theater Screen*Kayaks*4Acres*FirePit
$120 per night
Cabin in Eagle Rock
Lake View Cabin with Lake Access & Rooftop Patio
$206 per night
Guest suite in Cassville
Special Comfy Oak Suite in the Ozarks (option)
$94 per night
Home in Seligman
The Ozark House
$79 per night

Your guide to Roaring River Township

Welcome to Roaring River Township

Named after the nearly 15-mile-long river that wends its way through this sparsely populated region in Missouri, Roaring River Township is, as you’d imagine, all about the river. Comprising a 72-square-mile region along the southern border of the state, about an hour west of Branson, the township includes just a handful of residential settlements — Eagle Rock and Chain-O-Lakes among them — that have developed over the past 100 years or so along a serpentine strip of nearly a dozen rivers, streams, and small bodies of water. Nestled in the Ozarks, where rocky bluffs give way to brilliant blue pools, Roaring River Township is known primarily for its synonymous state park and a handful of modest, unincorporated communities marked by campgrounds, marinas, and gorgeous rural Missouri scenery.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Roaring River Township

Due to its landlocked geographic location, hundreds of miles from major bodies of water, Roaring River Township experiences extreme Midwestern temperatures. This often results in freezing-cold winters and scorching-hot summers, with a whole lot of humidity in between. The upside is Roaring RIver’s ever-present access to beautiful, clear water. So long as the sun is out, you’ll find locals and visitors taking advantage of the river’s raw natural beauty by fishing, boating, swimming, waterskiing, and more. Nearby Cassville hosts a fair number of events throughout the year, from its Opening Day festivities at Roaring River State Park in March to a Fall Show in October. December, while cold, is still festive: There’s a Christmas holiday parade, as well as a mid-November open house.

Top things to do in Roaring River Township

Roaring River State Park

Spanning a modest 4,294 acres, this rugged state park in the southwest Ozark hills features plenty of opportunities to experience the dynamic body of water for which it’s named. There’s trout fishing on the river itself, seven different hiking trails, and a nature center, as well as a swimming pool and picnic areas.

Table Rock Lake

About an hour east of Roaring River Township is crystal-clear Table Rock Lake, featuring more than 800 miles of shoreline thanks to all of its many fingers. Well known for its many coves and inlets, the lake is especially popular among fishers and pleasure-cruisers looking to water-ski, tube, or simply cove out, dropping anchor for a day on the water.


About an hour’s drive east of quiet Roaring River Township is Missouri’s popular live-entertainment capital. Branson’s 50-plus theaters roll out hundreds of live stage shows each year, from musicals to magic and comedy acts. The town is also a fixture in the country music scene and a popular destination for the top touring bands in the country.

Destinations to explore