Bring your poker face this weekend!
The 16th Annual Spring Harbor Hop is happening this Saturday, May 4th at the Lake of the Ozarks.
This is the perfect time of year to catch see the blooming Dogwood trees, so be sure to bring your camera! If you’re more interested in poker, players can donate $15 for each seven-card hand. There’s no better way to kick off the boating season.
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The Harbor Hop is a poker hop in which participants pick up playing cards in order to build a winning poker hand and become eligible to win prizes. Players can donate $15 per seven-card hand and start their run to draw their first card at any of the sponsoring restaurants, and marinas along the lake’s main channel and the Big Niangua and Gravois arms.
“This event is a great opportunity for visitors and locals to get out on the Lake and take in the beautiful spring blooming dogwood trees while enjoying a great time with friends,” states Heather Brown, Director of Member Services for the Lake of the Ozarks Convention and Visitor Bureau. “At the Harbor Hop, we can guarantee a good time. We invite everyone to come join the fun and enjoy our beautiful Lake.”
The Spring Harbor Hop traditionally is held the first weekend of May to kick off our boating season. The Lake of the Ozarks CVB sponsors the Fall Harbor Hop as well as the Spring Harbor Hop held the second weekend in October to extend the fall boating season. Other sponsors include the Lake of the Ozarks Marine Dealers Association and Waterfront Restaurants.
For more information and a list of venues, go to www.funlake.com.
The weather is warming up and it’s FINALLY time to kick off the summer!
Check out this great listing of events from FunLake.com. Also, be sure to download your own copy to bring with you when you come down to the lake.
Everyone loves a good deal, right?!
If you’re coming to the Lake of the Ozarks this summer, be sure to check out Lake News Online’s Radar Frog.
They have several coupons to save money at local restaurants and other attractions in Osage Beach, Camdenton, and Sunrise Beach.
A few of them include Imo’s Pizza and Big Bear Resort.
Don’t forget to check out our Local Area Guide for restaurants, attractions, spas, and more.
Remember: We are here to answer any of your questions about the lake!
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We wanted you to be the first to know…
We’re extending our off-season rates to until just before Memorial Day weekend!
That means if you’re eager to squeeze in a vacation, you have a month to take advantage of this savings.
As an example, Hillcrest is $180 per night in the off-season and can range from $334 – $360 per night between the end of May until early September.
Our off-season rates usually end on April 30th, but we’re extending them until May 23rd.
Take a look at our cozy properties and let us know if you have any questions!
Are you staying with us this weekend or know a friend or relative who is?
Here are some of the must-attend events worth checking out!
63rd Annual Dogwood Festival, April 18-20: Fun for the family, featuring, among other activities: crafts; pageants; food; entertainment; a parade; a golf tournament; a fish fry; and a carnival. Please visit the website for details, locations and schedules. Get more details here.
In-Water Boat Show, April 19-21: The In-Water Boat Show, sponsored by the Lake of the Ozarks Marine Dealers Association, allows you to see a variety of boats, including new cruisers, performance boats, runabouts, and personal watercraft. The show is held at Dog Days Bar and Grill; 19 mile-marker by water. Get more details here.
Big Bass Bash Fishing Tournament, April 20-21: The Big Bass Bash on the Lake of the Ozarks has grown to become one of the Midwest’s largest amateur bass fishing tournaments. More than $150,000 in cash prizes, including a grand prize of $41,500 to the angler who hauls in the heaviest bass of the weekend. More information here.