This stunning, lakefront property near Kimberling City and Branson West is one of the last undeveloped sections of Table Rock Lake. In the same family for 50 years, it is extremely rare that a property with this much potential comes on the market! Possibilities are endless – from your own private & secluded recreational paradise, corporate retreat, golf course, estate lots or hundreds of single family lots. The tract is a blank canvas in an area full of entertainment options, with easy access to local shopping, dining and commercial centers. The wooded, rolling hills make the site very secluded and provide an opportunity for hundreds of lots with either lake frontage or lake views. Imagine the opportunity to have more than 180 boat slips in your own private cove.
Listed and shown by Missouri broker Jeremy Oehlert of National Land Realty. Co-marketed by Mirr Ranch Group.
The ranch features varied terrain of primarily wooded ground that slopes down towards the lake. There are countless scenic building sites throughout. The property has a preliminary plat for 274 single family homes on 212 of the acres that is available to qualified buyers.
Branson gets an average of 44 inches of rainfall and 8 inches of snowfall per year. The average high temperature in July is 90 degrees and the average low temperature in January is 23 degrees. On average, there are 209 sunny days per year. Branson gets some precipitation approximately 70 days each year.
The Collins Ranch is located southwest of the intersection of road DD and state highway 13. The property is just east of Kimberly City and minutes from the entertainment hub of Branson and Silver Dollar City. The ranch is approximately 40 minutes south of Springfield, the fourth largest city in Missouri. The property is bordered by the Mark Twain National Forest on the east and the Corps of Engineers Lakefront Property on the south.
According to the 2010 Census, there were 2,400 people in Kimberly City which is known as “the Heart of Table Rock Lake.” The town motto is “you may come for a visit, but you will stay for a lifetime.” Nearby Branson has a population of around 12,000 but people from all over the country and around the world flock there to see it’s ample entertainment options.
Exciting shows, amazing attractions, thrilling adventures, natural beauty and unexpected surprises like fine dining keep people coming. Within minutes of the bright lights of Branson, enjoy hiking, biking, camping, canoeing, kayaking, horseback riding, trout and bass fishing, hunting, trap and skeet shooting, spelunking, rock climbing, and other recreational activities. Public parks, resorts, campgrounds, forests, and recreational facilities abound. The area is also home to three crystal clear lakes, offering the perfect outdoor experience for all ages.
Table Rock Lake is perfect for boating, bass fishing, waterskiing and more. The Collins Ranch has boundless recreational opportunities for your private use or commercial operation. The beautiful, but rugged, covered hills make you feel like you are far away from civilization. The topography and vegetation has previously provided excellent whitetail deer and wild turkeys.
If fishing and boating is your thing you have it right out your back door bordering the expansive and nationally renowned Table Rock Lake. The surface area of the lake is more than 43,000 acres and there is almost 500 miles of shoreline.
The lake is famous for bass fishing and there are plenty of big bass to be caught. Which is one of the key reasons major tournaments such as the B.A.S.S. Bassmaster Elite Series and Fishing League Worldwide (FLW), have hosted tournaments there. You certainly don’t have to be a pro to have a great outing, you can land ’em like one on your next fishing trip to Branson. In fact, some of the largest bass caught in Missouri have come from Table Rock Lake, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation. That list includes: a five-pound, 10-ounce hybrid black bass, a seven-pound, eight-ounce spotted bass, and a five-pound, six-ounce white bass. The lake also features great crappie, bluegill, and other species. In addition, other water sports such as swimming, jet skiing, water skiing and sail boating can also be enjoyed on the lake.