The ship mistakenly known as the Zebulon Pike was originally named "General Pike." The Zebulon Pike was a 65'X18' excursion boat that would serve tourist on Table Rock Lake near Branson, MO. The General Pike, seen in this video, is an 82' long steel hull vessel that served as a holding area for the tourist of the Zebulon Pike excursion boat. Over the years divers have referred to this wreck as the Zebulon Pike and has since become known as such. The Zebulon Pike or "General Pike" can be found near Indian Point on Table Rock Lake. The wreck sits upright in 90' of water. The visibility is limited and the water temperature is usually a chilly 50F. The Zebulon Pike (General Pike) has two levels, the top layer was for parties, dancing and viewing. The lower level contained a ticket office, snack bar and restrooms. You can view the original faux smoke stacks on the top level lying on the deck of the boat. The old tin roof has collapsed onto the deck of the upper level. The upper deck of the stern is missing its floor all that is left are rafters. There is a stair well to the lower level about mid-ship that leads to the entrance on the bow. Near the bow on the lower level you will find the ticket booth and electric stove and a red sink from the restroom near the stern. The wreck contains a large amount of entanglement hazards and silt. The combination of entanglement hazards, silt, limited visibility and depth you should keep safety a priority.