Stonewater Cove Resort and Club: Strengthen the Ties that Bind with a Lake and Forest Spring Break Getaway

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Nature Hikes, ATV Rides, Zip-Lining and Fire-lit Evenings with Family Included in Upscale Resort’s 'Adventure' Rate

Break away from the bustle of home and experience spring in full bloom with your loved ones at Stonewater Cove Resort and Club. This luxury lake resort sits amid the clear, deep waters of Table Rock Lake and nearly 500 acres of forested wilderness in the heart of the picturesque Mark Twain National Forest, your family can enjoy the spoils of nature while bonding through signature guided and non-guided activities included in the resort’s all-inclusive Adventure rate.

Spring break at Stonewater Cove redefines the meaning of 'family dynamic.' Surrounded by expansive and untarnished natural beauty, this elegant retreat provides adventurous families a unique escape with an all-ages appeal that combines a discerning traveler’s need for elegance with a nature lover’s desire for an endless outdoor playground.. In addition to providing refined accommodations, all meals and non-guided excursions such as swimming, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, and dock fishing with poles and bait are included. Stonewater Cove’s all-inclusive Adventure rate also provides expertly guided recreation during specified hours, inviting families to bond through quality time spent exploring and enjoying the immaculate backcountry of a spectacular locale.

This family resort features signature activities that include:

  •     ATV tours
  •     Zip-Line rides
  •     Challenge ropes course
  •     Horseback riding (April & May)
  •     Clay shooting
  •     Archery lessons
  •     Leisure boat rides
  •     Water sports (water skiing, tubing, kneeboarding, and wakeboarding).

The conclusion of a busy day in the great outdoors at Stonewater Cove brings a quiet evening of leisurely pursuits. Play board games with the kids by the warmth of a blazing fire, or enjoy a romantic cocktail with your spouse.

The resort features 18 individually-designed rooms or suites, each of which incorporates the indigenous beauty of the natural world into a peaceful space. Each room is adorned with aesthetically pleasing coffered ceilings, dark wood floors, and custom-made driftwood furniture. Amenities include plush high-thread count sheets, alternative down comforters, thick coverlets, terry bathrobes, and Eco Boutique bath toiletries. Guests can also enjoy the heavenly bubble tub and rainfall shower room,elegantly decorated with ceramic and travertine tile, a flat-screen TV with satellite cable, complimentary wireless Internet, a mini-refrigerator with icemaker, and a selection of coffee and teas.. From the comfort of their room or suite guests will enjoy a scenic view of the cove through the wooded shoreline, accessible by walking paths and water-lined gardens that allow privacy, silence and time for reflection.

The Adventure rate, which includes accommodations, non-guided activities, all meals and all signature guided activities offered between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., starts at $846 per night for double occupancy during winter months (Nov 1 – Mar 31, 2011). Rates for additional guests are $315 per night. Rates do not include tax and service charges as Stonewater Cove is a non-tipping environment.

Located in southwest Missouri on the James River Arm of Table Rock Lake, Stonewater Cove Resort and Club is located about three hours from Tulsa, OK, four hours from Kansas City, MO, four and a half hours from St. Louis, MO, and six hours from Memphis, TN. The three nearest airports to the resort are Branson, MO (BKG) – 60 minutes, Springfield, MO (SGF) – 85 minutes and Northwest Arkansas (XNA) – 100 minutes.

For more information about Stonewater Cove Resort, or to make a reservation, visit the website at stonewatercove.com or call (800) 792-3956.

Nestled in Shell Knob, MO in the heart of the Mark Twain National Forest, Stonewater Cove Resort and Club overlooks the clear, deep waters of Table Rock Lake, known as one of the clearest freshwater lakes in the world. Each of the resort’s 18 individually designed rooms features upscale amenities, custom-made wood furniture and attractive coffered ceilings, with special touches that create an elegant, rustic ambiance. This nearly 500-acre outdoor playground offers endless ATV to hiking trails, luxurious boating excursions and adventure outings like zip-lines and a low ropes Chevron course. The resort was recently accepted into Small Luxury Hotels of the World, an exclusive group of more than 500 of the finest small independent hotels in more than 70 countries.

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