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Posted by Phil Lilley on May 24th, 2013
Like most of the country, we’ve had some strange weather lately, but it looks like it’s leveled out for a beautiful Memorial Weekend and the week following. read more…
Posted by Phil Lilley on May 15th, 2013
Generation pattern: After a significant rain, Table Rock Lake rises above 917 feet which triggers the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers to release the maximum amount of water through their turbines until the lake stabilizes and then drops below 917. Then the Corps cuts generation back. read more…
Posted by Phil Lilley on May 9th, 2013
All of our staff and family here at Lilleys’ Landing are amazed by God’s faithfulness as we approach our 30th anniversary in business May15! We are so grateful for all of our guests through the decades, whether you were here once for a honeymoon or have vacationed here repeatedly on your annual (or bi-monthly) trek to Branson. Many of you have kept coming despite our early adventures with leaky v-bottom boats and nightly patrols of skunk families. You have proved you heartiness, “weathering” ice, droughts — a flood two years ago — and even a May snow shower this morning — all for some great memory–making moments! Saying thank you doesn’t seem enough, so we have planned some special giveaways for each of the next 12 months. read more…
Posted by Phil Lilley on May 1st, 2013
Nothing stays the same during spring on Lake Taneycomo. If you don’t like the conditions today, wait a week, and chances are they’ll change. We’ve had a variety of generation patterns for the month of April. But that’s not unusual; it’s spring! Actually it’s been more like a normal spring than most we’ve had lately. read more…
Posted by Phil Lilley on April 13th, 2013
Lilleys’ Landing Resort & Marina is celebrating its 30th year in business!
In honor of this special occasion, Lilleys’ Landing and the Branson Chapter of Trout Unlimited will host the first area “Rio Gold Long Distance Challenge” June 8 along with its own accuracy casting contest at the Family Fishing Fair. The main host for the fair is the Shepherd of the Hills Trout Hatchery. read more…