The Lake of the Ozarks region is located in Central Missouri. This area in the northern part of the Ozarks is a popular tourist destination.
Thousands of homes dot the shores of Lake of the Ozarks affording countless homeowners the benefits of lakeside living. When you choose to live at the Lake, you gain access to all that Lake living has to offer.
Among the amenities that draw people to the lake are more than a dozen championship golf courses, breathtaking natural areas, relaxing beaches, a variety of fun attractions, many fine restaurants and wineries, beautiful stretches of lake for boating, and prime fishing spots.
More than 1,150 miles of shoreline, rock bluffs, coves, mudflats, gravel bars and other features of the Lake make it ideal for fishing. Anglers have noticed and they take full advantage of it.
Enjoy golf at area courses including Bear Creek Valley Golf Club, Deer Chase Golf, Dogwood Hills Resort, Eldon Golf Club, Indian Rock Golf Club, Lake Valley Golf, Old Kinderhook Golf Course, Osage National Golf Course, Redfield Golf Course, Sycamore Creek Golf Club, The Cove & The Ridge Courses, The Lodge of Four Seasons, The Club at Porta Cima, The Oaks & Hidden Lakes Courses, and Tan‐Tar‐A Resort.
The largest resorts — Lodge of the Four Seasons, Tan-Tar-A and Camden on the Lake — offer all-in-one family vacation packages. Other families enjoy renting an RV and camping at the Lake. Cross Creek RV Park, a short distance from the Bagnell Dam, offers its own 8-acre fishing lake, a playground, a mini-golf course, volleyball, paddleboats, a pool, and hiking trails.
Enjoy an evening out at Main Street Music Hall, or a day out any number of fine wineries and vineyards. Take an air charter, or a cruise on the water with a variety of charter and cruise companies.
And don’t miss out on any of the special events the Lake has to offer.
The year kicks off with Lake of the Ozarks Eagle Days in early January. April brings the Cocktails & Caddies Ladies Golf Tournament. The Magic Dragon Street Meet Nationals rev up in May. The Lake Race powers across the waters in June on the same weekend as the Canine Cannonball dock jumping competition. And everyone unwinds with the Midwest Wine & Brew Festival in August.
It’s always a good time to have a great time at the Lake.
But a great time is not all the Lake has to offer. You will experience quality living as exemplified by the education offered at our area schools, the wide array of healthcare options, and the convenience of shops and marinas.
Living at the Lake will fit your lifestyle.