Lake Ozark Real Estate and Community News

Dec. 1, 2022

Beautiful, Quiet Condo in Osage Beach

Small complex with 14 units located in the middle of everything Osage Beach! Top floor unit with vaulted ceilings, wonderful lake views and spacious rooms throughout. Great floor plan with kitchen, living room, guest bedroom and a large master on the main level as well as a huge loft area above. Loft has an area with a queen bed and another area with 2 twin beds, a full bath and a huge closet. Talk about rental potential, this unit has it! Several updates including nice wood floors and a completely updated kitchen with quality cabinets, beautiful counters and new appliances. As soon as you walk in the front door you will be drawn to the beautiful kitchen and then the wall of windows and amazing view of Lake of the Ozarks. Step out on the covered deck and soak in the view. What a location by both land and water. Close to dining, entertainment, shopping and just about anything else you could be looking for.

Priced at $389,900

Posted in 3D Virtual Tours
Dec. 1, 2022

Cute Condo Available

Waterfront, one bedroom condo at lovely Indian Pointe. Located just off of Hwy 54 and seconds away from everything! What a great way to get started at Lake of the Ozarks. If you already own a condo this may be a great opportunity to buy another one and take advantage of this stellar rental market. Indian Pointe allows nightly rentals and with this location it should do wonderful. Great views of the community bridge and beautiful lake. There is a 15X36 foot boat slip with hoist that is also included. It is hard to find a slip this big at Indian Point! Unit is furnished, has a stackable washer dryer and has some impressive qualities such as the beautiful wall of windows in the master bedroom and the nice cabinets on each side of the fireplace. Be sure to check out both the lakeside and off water pools as well as the play area and tennis/basketball court.

Priced at $170,000

Posted in 3D Virtual Tours
Dec. 1, 2022

Amazing Lakefront Mansion with Beautiful Lot

Nearly 9000 sq ft of a wonderfully designed and meticulously crafted home in Cross Creek Subdivision. One-of-a-kind lot measuring an acre of ground & 354 ft of shoreline enabling a true park and sand beach to be created. With 7 bedrooms, office, dining room, 2 kitchens, several bars, 6 baths and spectacular outside gathering areas, this home has it all. Quality flooring, distinctive lighting, outstanding use of shiplap & wood accents and a true wall of lakeside windows on 3 of the 4 floors. Upstairs is a bunk room/play area, on the main level you will find a beautiful kitchen and master bedroom, the middle floor features a family area, 2 amazing bars & a game area that is unrivaled. Head down to the lower level with full kitchen, family area, and a Murphy Bed that is the 7th bedroom. Step out to enjoy the detailed landscaping, lush plants and huge covered hot tub. From there it is only steps to the coolest dock around. Big slips, huge swim dock, and a dock bar in an amazing cove!

Priced at $4,200,000

Posted in 3D Virtual Tours
Dec. 1, 2022

Gorgeous Villa For Sale

The Villas at Waterford Landing is one of the best kept secrets at Lake of the Ozarks. Quaint subdivision with beautiful villas, a wonderful community pool and spectacular lake views all conveniently located in this wonderful community. This home has been meticulously maintained and updated with Quartz counters and wonderful paint colors. Great floor plan with 4 true bedrooms and 4 baths plus a bonus room that can be used as a 5th bedroom. Not to mention all of the wonderful storage and great decking. There are two screened porches and a third lower level open porch leading to basement storage for all your water toys. From there it is an easy walk to the community dock with a 12X40 foot boat slip and two 2 PWC slips. The main channel views are spectacular yet you are conveniently located in a great cove. Super convenient! Villa also has a flat driveway, beautiful front yard and two car attached garage.

Priced at $669,900

Posted in 3D Virtual Tours
March 1, 2022

Homes for Sale by Owner - What You Need to Know

In 2020, the latest available research showed that 90% of home sellers used a real estate agent to help sell their homes, and 87% of homebuyers purchased their home using a real estate agent or broker, up significantly from 69% in 2001.  Why do most homebuyers and sellers use a professional real estate agent? There are a number of proven reasons why it’s easier, faster, safer, and more profitable for home sellers and homebuyers to use the services of an agent than go the for-sale-by-owner (FSBO) route. 

Some home sellers who try to sell their own homes are successful. Currently and for the past few years, it’s been a seller’s market where buyers are clamoring to buy a home, bidding over asking price, making all-cash offers, and foregoing inspections and contingencies to entice sellers. These sellers believe they can use third-party data to price their homes, put a sign in the yard, and buyers will come in droves, saving them from paying the typical 5% to 6% commission they would otherwise pay to a real estate agent.

So should you try to sell your home yourself? There’s no question you can do your own research, home preparation, marketing, negotiations, and hire a closing agent. But you may not realize how much time, effort, frustration and potential liabilities you’ll experience. In other words, you don’t know what you don’t know.

According to some quick statistics from the 2020 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, published by the National Association of REALTORS,(NAR) the share of for-sale-by-owner sellers or FSBOs who sold their homes without the assistance of a real estate agent was only 8%. The typical FSBO home sold for $260,000 compared to $318,000 for agent-assisted home sales. This figure may seem shocking, but FSBO sellers tend to own less expensive homes than homes listed with agents.

Forty-six percent of FSBO sellers did no active marketing, and 22% only marketed to friends, family, and neighbors. Twenty-five percent stuck a sign in the yard, and 14% relied on social media sites including Twitter and Facebook. The rest used a hodge-podge of open houses, classifieds, and other means.

Real estate professionals, on the other hand, have incredible resources to find buyers, including multiple listing services, local to international associates and affiliates, and professional marketing support through their brokers, in addition to using yard signs, social media, word-of-mouth, and so on.  With a high percentage of homebuyers hiring their own agents, you may be dealing with a professional agent instead of the buyer across the table.

There are other disadvantages for FSBO sellers. While you may consider yourself capable, you may not realize all the things that can go wrong with a home transaction. points out a litany of risks to consider, such as attracting far fewer potential buyers, dealing with unqualified buyers, “making emotional decisions, not knowing how to negotiate properly, not having enough free time to dedicate to finding a buyer, and not having the experience or expertise to navigate all of the legal and regulatory requirements that come with selling a home.” Sellers have a duty to disclose any fact that materially affects the value or desirability of the property, including past and current major repairs, the age and condition of systems and appliances in the home, stigmas associated with the property, and knowledge of future events that may impact the value of a property as far as commercial traffic, noise, smells, etc. You don’t want to get sued because you didn’t know what was relevant to inform the buyer.

Among other questions you may want to ask yourself are:

  • When can you meet with buyers and show them your home?
  • Can you leave work to meet buyers whenever they call?
  • How will you know that buyers are financially qualified?  
  • Will looky-loos waste your time or put you at risk of theft or other dangers?
  • Do you know how to fill out a disclosure and sales contract without liability?

Real estate agents don’t tend to work with unrepresented or unqualified buyers. They value their time and want to make sure they’re showing homes to buyers who are willing to allow themselves to be vetted, such as having been prequalified by a lender. They show homes to buyers within their price ranges and to meet their homebuying goals in terms of the size, type and location of the home the buyer wants.

Homebuyers have access to the same information you used to price your home, including looking at listed homes online that have more detailed information than you can provide for your home. They can easily determine if your home is competitive or overpriced. They want to save money, too and may low-ball you with an offer designed to save them paying an agent’s commission, too. You’ll encounter buyers who have their own agents who will expect you to pay them out of the proceeds of the sale, so you may find that you limited the exposure for your home to a greater pool of qualified buyers and failed to save the cost of commissions after all.

There are problems for buyers who try to deal with unrepresented sellers. Sellers make buyers uncomfortable and less likely to view the home as thoroughly as they should. They tend to be emotional and touchy about their homes and overlook the shortcomings of their home, making it more likely they’ll become upset if the buyer doesn’t offer what the seller believes their home is worth. The buyer is dependent on the seller’s honesty, but what if the seller hasn’t prepared the proper paperwork such as disclosing known defects, nuisances and hazards about the home? Is the seller the actual owner of the home or a scammer who will scarper off with the buyer’s earnest money or deposit?  

Professional real estate agents know that buying or selling a home is not a simple process. They know how to market homes to the greatest pool of qualified buyers possible. Marketing, showings, financings, transactions and closings all have pitfalls where something could go wrong at any point, so they know how to avoid issues that could torpedo the transaction by asking the right questions in advance and relying on their intuition and experience. They share the liabilities of buying or selling a home with their clients, including carrying errors and omissions insurance. They have proven networks of other professionals such as assistants, make-ready contractors, closing agents, home stagers, and lenders who each do their part to make sure to keep the home sells quickly and for the most money possible. They work with buyers to make sure they’re buying the best property for their budget and household needs.

They make the dream of home ownership come true.

Posted in Blogs
Nov. 15, 2021

What to Know Before Renting Out Your Lake House

While plenty of lakeside homeowners are more than happy to make lake life a year-round adventure, others use their lake houses as more of a weekend retreat or summertime getaway. And in these cases, a homeowner has the option of letting their home sit dark and unoccupied for extended periods, or sharing their dwelling with other travelers looking to enjoy some much-deserved lake relaxation (at a cost, of course). Renting out your Lake of the Ozarks real estate or other lake house is an excellent way to earn some extra money while you’re away. But if you’re considering renting out your lake house, there are some things you’ll want to consider first.

Benefits to Renting Out Your Lake House

If you’re not planning to reside in your lake house on a permanent basis, renting the home out to guests can be a highly rewarding experience for both parties. Here are a few of the perks in letting others enjoy your home while you’re away.

Supplemental Income

Yes, of course the biggest perk to renting out your lake house is the potential to put some extra cash in your pocket. If you’re still making mortgage payments on the property, income from renting vacationers can help offset those costs. It’s also an excellent way to help cover maintenance and upkeep costs for the home.

Local economy booster

It’s important to support locally owned businesses in and around your lakeside community. And a vacant home isn’t going to do much to support the local economy. So you can be sure that local restauranteurs and other business owners will certainly appreciate the additional foot traffic generated from your rental property when you’re not using it yourself. 

Justification in future home investments

If your lake house is just a part-time getaway for you and your family, it can be hard to justify spending a lot of money keeping it modern and chic. If your home is owned outright, rental dollars can be spent wisely on home upgrades and features to make your home even more attractive to future renters.

Downsides to Renting Out Your Lake House

Of course, renting out your lake house involves more than just collecting rent and counting your money. It either requires a substantial time commitment and added responsibilities or a financial commitment to someone who can handle these tasks on your behalf. Either way, there are some downsides you’ll want to consider before opening up your lake house to the general public.

More Wear and Tear

Naturally, with more people in and out of your home, you can reasonably expect that elements of your home (the HVAC, the carpet, the appliances, etc.) are not going to last quite as long as they would if your house was just empty for weeks or months at a time. Be prepared to put money into repairs and upgrades throughout the year in order to give your guests the best possible experience.

Strangers in Your Home

One of the biggest mental hurdles prospective landlords tend to struggle with is the idea that an endless stream of strangers will be living temporarily in their home. This includes using your kitchen appliances, using your bathrooms, and sleeping in your bed. If the notion of sharing your property and living spaces with unknown visitors bothers you, it might be best to avoid renting altogether.

Legal Stipulations

If you want to rent your home out, it’s best to read up on the laws and regulations specific to your municipality. For example, who is liable if someone is injured while visiting your home? Who is responsible for damage to your property? What if someone commits an illegal act during their stay? These are all questions you’ll want to research ahead of time (and you may want to consider working with a lawyer just in case.)

And on that topic, we’ve come across many homeowners in the Ozarks that rent out properties without collecting the mandated lodging tax. For more information on lodging taxes in and around the Lake of the Ozarks, visit the Tri-County Lodging Association page.


So while sharing your lake house with travelers looking for a once-in-a-lifetime lakeside experience can be financially rewarding and a worthwhile investment in your property, you will want to do your research and weigh the pros and cons before handing over the keys for the first time.


Posted in Blogs
Oct. 29, 2021

The 5 Best Things to Do at the Lake of the Ozarks

The 5 Best Things to Do at the Lake of the Ozarks

Wondering what to do at the Lake of the Ozarks during your next visit? Wonder no more. While summer is certainly a popular season for tourism at The Lake, you’ll find no shortage of activities, attractions, and events to keep you and your family busy throughout the year both on the water and off.

Lake of the Ozarks Attractions

Whether you’re looking for a fun weekend out with friends, a romantic date night, or a family-friendly excursion with little ones, Lake of the Ozarks has just what you’re looking for. 


The Lake of the Ozarks and surrounding areas are home to thrilling waterparks, sporting arenas, concert venues, wineries, family fun centers, spas, and more. 


There’s no better way to see what The Lake is all about than from the water! Throughout the summer, boaters from all around flock to The Lake for some well-deserved downtime. No boat? No problem! The Lake offers plenty of rental facilities and group excursion opportunities.


After a long day on the water, you’ll certainly want to kick back with a drink and a legendary meal. And you’ve come to the right place. The Lake of the Ozarks is home to plenty of lakeside pubs, eateries, and fine dining establishments with some of the best Midwestern tastes you’ll find anywhere. 


If you’re up for hitting the links (and hopefully avoiding the water altogether) the Lake of the Ozarks is home to 13 awe-inspiring courses including several designed by some of the greatest golfers the world has ever known. Try out Old Kinderhook, Osage National Golf Course, Tan Tar A, or The Club at Deer Chase and find out why the Lake of the Ozarks is considered one of the region’s premier golf destinations.

Exploring the Outdoors

We certainly hope you’re not planning on staying inside for your entire lake getaway! There are plenty of opportunities to experience the great outdoors in The Ozarks. From the lake itself to caves, hiking trails, bluffs, and thousands and thousands of acres of breathtaking state parks to explore, The Ozarks has it all.


Yes, indeed there are plenty of things to see and do on your Lake of the Ozarks getaway. Whether you’re here for the day, the weekend, the summer, or year-round, you’ll never be pressed for fun Lake of the Ozarks attractions. And if you do plan on making your lake stay a little more permanent or semi-permanent, we’d love to show you around. Contact us today for more information.


Posted in Blogs
Sept. 20, 2021

Where Should I Stay In The Ozarks?

For tourists of all ages and backgrounds, the Lake of the Ozarks is one of the Midwest’s most popular vacation destinations with attractions for everyone both on the water and off. If you’re looking for exciting nightlife, family-friendly attractions, nature-focused adventures, or just want to unwind lakeside in the fresh air, the Lake of the Ozarks has exactly what you need.

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Posted in Community News
Dec. 30, 2020

Celebrating 2021 at Lake of the Ozarks

2020 was a distinctly rough year for most of the world. As such, the end of such a time will be a celebration to remember! There's no better place to hold that massive undertaking than the Lake of the Ozarks!

The following list provides many different ways to celebrate, so there should be a little something for everyone. Take a look:


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Posted in Blogs
June 26, 2020

Summer Events at Lake of the Ozarks

Summer is in full swing at the Lake, and vacationers galore have descended on the Midwest's playground.

This summer, however, got off to the strangest start of any in remembrance—thanks to coronavirus—and many events that Lake visitors looked forward to were postponed or cancelled. Mark the Spring In-Water Boat Show, Spring Harbor Hop, and AquaPalooza under "Cancelled due to Covid," along with several major concerts at Ozarks Amphitheater and myriad other more niche or smaller events scheduled for April through June.

However, there's plenty to do on—and off—the water at the Lake for the rest of the summer. LakeExpo put together a list of events that are still a "go." Check it out below.

(Note: it's possible events may still be cancelled, so always check the event website or Facebook Page before making your plans and before attending.)


Boating Events

Support Our Troops Poker Run

WHEN: Friday, June 26, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

WHERE: Dog Days, at the 19MM. Stops at Bear Bottom, Paradise, Tap & Grill, Coconuts, Lake Burger, Millstone Marina, Glencove

A hugely popular poker run at the Lake, this one brings out the go-fast boaters! 100% of donations go to HEROES Care.

Click here to register.


Summer Boat Shows at Dog Days

WHEN: Every weekend, June 6 – Aug. 23

WHERE: Dog Days, at the 19MM

The first ever Summer Boat Shows brings boats from top marine dealers around Lake of the Ozarks, to Dog Days, every weekend. You’ll find a different dealer each weekend, with boats in the water and ready to drive.


"Boogie On The Barge," Sponsored by One Source Services

WHEN: July 3, 2020, 7 - 11 p.m. w/Fireworks around 9:45 p.m.

WHERE: Roach, MO @ the 42.6 MM

Get on the boat and go cove out with your friends and family at the 42.6 mile marker!! One Source Services would like to show their customers their appreciation and invite the public to an amazing 4th of July Event!

One Source Services will be hosting "Boogie on the Barge" - a HUGE party spanning two barges that will feature drinks, food, games, DJ Rusty Cundiff, and more, along with the BIGGEST firework display at the Lake that will feature college fight songs! Fly your college flag on your boat and wear your school colors!

The first 1,000 people to “Boogie on the Barge” will receive a pair of Sunglasses and a Koozie compliments of One Source Services, Rock Works, and LOZ Hardscapes.

Shuttle pontoons will be available to take boaters to and from their boats to the barges. This event is free to attend, though there are some costs associated with refreshments and activities on the barges. This event and games are free, and food and beverages will be available for purchase.

All proceeds raised will be donated to a local Cancer Charity. 


Big Thunder's BFD Fun Run – Baja, Fountain & Donzi

WHEN: Friday, July 24, 2020 @ 9 a.m.

WHERE: TBD - follow Big Thunder on Facebook for more info


Surdyke's Port 20 PWC Breakfast Ride

WHEN: Saturday, August 15, 2020 @ 8 a.m.

WHERE: Surdyke's Port 20, 5395 Spruce Ln., Osage Beach, MO

What's better than a morning PWC Ride on LOTO? Not Much, but a post-ride breakfast with all your friends makes it even better!

The 1st PWC Breakfast Club Ride of the year from Surdyke's Port 20 will leave Saturday, May 16th at 8 a.m. and will finish at an on-water restaurant for breakfast about 9 a.m.

Please email Drew at to get a headcount for the restaurant or with any questions about the event.

If you want to trailer in your PWC to Surdyke's Port 20 feel free. There will be free IN/OUT PWC launching for the event!


2020 Lake Of The Ozarks Shootout: Powerboat Racing

WHEN: Friday, August 29 - Saturday, August 30, 2020

The Lake of the Ozarks Shootout is the largest unsanctioned boat race in the US, named one of the nation’s eight “must-see” boating events according to Powerboat Magazine, the Shootout will take place for the ninth year at Captain Ron’s Bar & Grill in Sunrise Beach (Lake Road 5-50, mile marker 34.5). The event raises funds for eight Lake-area rescue teams and numerous other charitable organizations; last year, $300,000.00 to 32 different Charities and 8 Fire Departments. The Lake of the Ozarks Shootout is alive and well and looking forward to the 32nd year in August of 2020.


Kayak Meet Ups @ Ha Ha Tonka

WHEN: 8:30 a.m. -- Saturday, July 11; Saturday, August 8, 2020; Saturday, September 12, 2020

WHERE: Ha Ha Tonka State Park, Lower Spring Area @ the Kayak Launch, State Road D, Camdenton, MO

On the second Saturday of the month, May through September, come kayak the beautiful Ha Ha Tonka spring area with the Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance. Kayaks provided by Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance with expert instruction by the Missouri Naturalists group. Novices welcome.

Considering buying a kayak and want to try out different models? Want to see the beautiful waters of the Lake in the quiet of a morning paddle? This event is for you.

Free to the public, ages 14+. The last meet up September 12 concludes with a potluck. Bring a dish to share, fried chicken and drink provided.



This one gets its own category. July 4th weekend is epic at Lake of the Ozarks. Here's where to see fireworks by water and land...

Captain Ron's -- July 3, 2020 @ Dusk

"Boogie On The Barge," Sponsored by One Source Services --July 3, 2020, 7 - 11 p.m. w/Fireworks around 9:45 p.m.

City of Linn Creek, at Soccer Fields -- July 3, 2020 @ Dusk (Around 9:15 p.m.)

Lake Valley Country Club -- July 3, 2020 @ Dusk (Around 9:15 p.m.)

Bear Bottom Resort -- July 4, 2020 @ 9:45 p.m.

Lodge of the Four Seasons -- July 4, 2020 @ Dusk (Around 9:15 p.m (viewing by land for resort guests only)

Margaritaville Lake Resort -- July 4, 2020, 9 - 10 p.m. 

(viewing by land for resort guests only)

Millstone Marina & RV Resort -- July 4, 2020 @ 9:30 p.m.

Point Randall Resort -- July 4, 2020 @ 9:15 - 10 p.m.

Playin' Hooky 4th Of July West Side Fireworks Cruises -- July 4, 2020 @ 8:30 p.m. -- BOOK YOUR RESERVATION HERE

City of Eldon -- Air Park -- July 4, 2020 @ Dusk (Around 9:15 p.m.)



For King & Country + Crossover Christian Music Festival

WHEN: Friday, July 24–25, 2020 @ 7 p.m.

WHERE: Ozarks Amphitheater, 2629 N Business Route 5, Camdenton, MO

The annual Crossover Christian Music Festival has joined up with For King & Country, for this two-day event! Two-time Grammy award-winning duo will perform songs from their much-anticipated third album and other favorites!

Get Your Tickets Here!


Granger Smith @ Ozarks Amphitheater

WHEN: Saturday, August 1, 2020 @ 7 p.m.

WHERE: Ozarks Amphitheater, 2629 N Business Route 5, Camdenton, MO

Granger Smith, also known as Earl Dibbles Jr. will perform music from his nine studio albums on the Ozarks Amphitheater stage! His 2013 album "Dirt Road Driveway" peaked at #15 on the U.S. Country Music Charts.


Deana Carter @ Lazy Gators

WHEN: Friday, August 7, 2020 @ 7 p.m.

WHERE: Lazy Gators, Sweet William Rd, Lake Ozark, MO

5x-Platinum country music singer/songwriter Deana Carter will be performing at Lazy Gator!


Parmalee @ Lazy Gators

WHEN: Friday, August 14, 2020 @ 7 p.m.

WHERE: Lazy Gators, Sweet William Rd, Lake Ozark, MO

Lazy Gators will host American country music band, Parmalee!


Casey Donahew @ Lazy Gators

WHEN: Friday, August 21, 2020 @ 7 p.m.

WHERE: Lazy Gators, Sweet William Rd, Lake Ozark, MO

Casey Donahew is an American Texas Country music singer who has charted his last 4 albums in the Billboard US Country Top 10!

Get Your Tickets Here!


Dylan Scott @ Lazy Gators

WHEN: Friday, August 28, 2020 @ 7 p.m.

WHERE: Lazy Gators, Sweet William Rd, Lake Ozark, MO

Pop/country music star, Dylan Scott will perform live on stage at Lazy Gator this August!


Lynyrd Skynyrd @ Ozarks Amphitheater with special guests: Black Stone Cherry

WHEN: Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020 @ 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: Ozarks Amphitheater, 2629 N Business Route 5, Camdenton, MO

Country music artist and stand-up comedian Rodney Carrington will be at Ozarks Amphitheater on September 4!

Get Your Tickets Here!


Rodney Carrington @ Ozarks Amphitheater

WHEN: Saturday, September 4, 2020 @ 9 p.m.

WHERE: Ozarks Amphitheater, 2629 N Business Route 5, Camdenton, MO

Country music artist and stand-up comedian Rodney Carrington will be at Ozarks Amphitheater on September 4!

Get Your Tickets Here!


On-Land Fun

Rocky Top 5K

WHEN: Saturday, July 11, 2020 @ 10 a.m.

WHERE: Lake of the Ozarks State Park (near Public Beach #2)

Rocky Top 5K is the second race in the Lake of the Ozarks Trail Series. The flagship race, Trail of Four Winds 25K, sold out in its inaugural year.

An announcement for the third race in the trail series is expected soon.

The Lake of the Ozarks Trail Series promotes fitness through trail running, the beauty of Missouri State Parks, and environmental stewardship.

For additional information, visit:


Hot Summer Nights

WHEN: 6 - 11 p.m. -- Fridays -- July 10, Aug. 14, Sept. 11.

WHERE: Bagnell Dam Strip, Lake Ozark, MO

Cruisin' Where the Lake Begins: Cruisin' Through the Decades - Friday, July 10, 2020: 6 - 11 p.m.

Cruisin' Where the Lake Begins: Corvette - America's Sports Car - Friday, August 14, 2020: 6 - 11 p.m.

Hot Summer Nights - Cruisin' Where the Lake Begins: A Salute To Our Military, Police, Firefighters & EMTS As We Remember 9/11 - Friday, September 11, 2020: 6 - 11 p.m.

Hot Summer Nights, a classic vehicle cruise and family night on the Bagnell Dam Strip in Lake Ozark. 6 - 11 p.m. (rain or shine). Free admission and participation. All makes and models of cars, trucks, and motorcycles will line the Strip and cruise around.

This kid-friendly event offers games, activities, live entertainment and more.


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