Boating is a part of the Lake of the Ozarks. Bring your own boat, rent one, buy one, or charter a captain. The options at the Lake are endless and the suppliers are many. Remember alwys designate a sober captain if you’ll be drinking while cruising. Missouri’s legal blood alcohol content for operating a vessel recently dropped from .10% to .08%. “Think Before You Sink” and have a safe and enjoyable time at the Lake of the Ozarks!
Plan a fun event off the water with your friends or family. One thing we enjoy ding is going bowling with the kids, especially a comic bowl.Even if the Lake's weather is inclement, there's plenty of things to do! Explore your options and have fun!
The Chamber of Commerce does an excellent job of maintaing an area Calendar of Events. And as they claim the is "So Much to Do, So Little Time". Click into their website to reference this Calendar often as you prepare for your trip to the Lake. Take in as many events as you can while visiting the Lake as it adds to the fun and excitement of being here!
Some of the best cuisine in the Midwest can be savored right here at the Lake of the Ozarks. Boasting with over 100 plus restaurants: bar and grill burgers, barbecue, buffets, world-renowned chef creations and all types of ethnic offerings.
Every angler has his or her particular preferences regarding rods, reels and bait. But one thing all fishermen can agree on is the fantastic year-round fishing at the Lake of the Ozarks. With more than 1,150 miles of shoreline and 54,000 surface acres, plus rock bluffs, mud flats, gravel bars, coves, creeks, docks and crappie beds, it is no wonder generations of anglers from across America are hooked on fishing at the Lake of the Ozarks.
The Lake of the Ozarks premier golf courses challenge golfers at every skill level. You'll experience elevation changes, water features and rock outcrops. And the championshio courses have been designed by recognized golfing names including including Arnold Palmer, Tom Weiskopf, and Rober Trent Jones, Sr. Bring your clubs and enjoy each of the 13 area public courses
Call me for the latest issue of our Lake guides or feel free to click on to these great lake publications. They are loaded with information that you'll reference time and time againa, and take home to show friends and family.
Everyone love the attractions on the East side of the Lake, especially the minature golf courses. Some are themed and challenging. Others are cooling and refreshing places to be in the heat of the summer. Have fun with your friends and family!
Take time to learn about this great region of Ozarks and it's vast history. Each County has a great museum and the Willmore Lodge can catch you up on the history of this amazing Lake. Don't forget to stop and visit the National Shrine of Mary and the Orion Science Center. There's just so much to do, see and learn!
Parasailing is a popular sport in which the rider hitched to a parachute like canopy, known as a Parasail, is set aloft in the air. The Parasail is attached to a long towrope, which is pulled along, by a speed boat. The sheer thrill and excitement of being airborne has made this a popular family sport.
What better way to see the vastness and beauty of the Lake of the Ozarks than by water. See the massive estates in Porta Cima, the Strip activity to Bagnell Dam and possibly a glimpse of "Party Cove". And, I can't imagine the beauty of the changing Fall colors hillsides and bluffs from the Air. Enjoy your overhead flight of the Ozarks!
Who can resist shopping while on vacation? It's just natural. And the places to shop at the Lake are fantastic. Click on to view a complete listing of malls, discount outlets, specialty shops, stores and so much more!
There are two wonderful State Parks at the Lake of the Ozarks. Perfect for exploring, fishing, hiking, biking, swimming, or laying on the beach. Both Parks have water way access and docks as well. Take time to visit their web site and stop by the visitor centers to learn more.