Blue Eye is a tiny village in Stone County, Missouri, United States. The population was only 167 in the 2010 census. It is considered part of the Branson, Missouri metropolitan area. Blue Eye originally received its unique name because the postmaster in the area had extremely blue eyes.
Blue Eye is located south of Table Rock Lake and just north of the Missouri-Arkansas border. Blue Eye is at the end of Missouri Route 13 as the road continues into Arkansas as Arkansas Route 21. Blue Eye, Missouri is adjacent to Blue Eye, Arkansas.
If you're looking for a boatslip lake house for sale in Blue Eye Missouri, you will notice a very large area for Blue Eye according to its zip code, but the town and community itself is small although it does have a very nice K-12 School System.
Properties in the Blue Eye area consist of lake homes along the southern shores of Table Rock Lake as well as some agricultural properties away from the lake area.
The area has four distinct seasons. Spring comes alive with the blossoming dogwoods and redbud trees. After the lush green summer months, the hillsides are ablaze with the brilliant colors of fall. In the winter, there is the occasional white blanket of snow that doesn't last very long and you are sure to see the great bald eagles soaring above.
Blue Eye is just minutes away from the attractions that draw tourists to the Ozark Mountain area. Branson and Eureka Springs are nearby but not too close, offering shopping, dining, attractions and entertainment. Springfield, Missouri is only 50 miles away and offers "big town services" and shops.
Fish, water ski, swim or just cruise on beautiful Table Rock Lake, and do it all from Blue Eye, Missouri. Blue Eye properties have some of the most beautiful views of the lake and the Ozark Mountains.