Photo credit: J.B. Hook’s
As if you REALLY need another reason to make it to the Lake of the Ozarks this fall, here ya go!
According to Funlake.com, the Lake of the Ozarks was named, by Boating Magazine, as one of the Top 5 Places in the United States to dock and dine.
Boasting more than 200 restaurants in the area, the Lake of the Ozarks has so much to offer: quick bites, delicate and delicious fine-dining, seafood that will knock your socks off, decadent desserts, and so much more.
Out of the hundreds of restaurants at the lake, 60 of them are located right on the lake. That means gorgeous views, all year round.
Be sure to check out some of these favorites:
For even more choices, visit FunLake.com.
With fall just around the corner, it’s once again time for the Big Bash Bash at the Lake of the Ozarks!!
The tournament takes place October 4th and 5th and the biggest catch will walk away with $70,000. If you have yet to enter, you can do so here. We have plenty of vacation rental homes that are near all of the action.
Here are some of our deals that you’ll want to take advantage of for that weekend. These properties are closest to the weigh in at Alhonna Resort and Marina (9MM). Remember, when you book online or by phone – 866-273-2169 – use the Promo code: BASSBASH.
Jim’s Hideaway – 2 bedroom. Just $100 per night with our 10% discount.
Waterfall Cove – 4 bedroom. $225 per night.
Can you believe September is already here? Where did summer even go?!
If you’re not into summer heat and bustling crowds, there is no better time than fall to head to the Lake of the Ozarks.
Fall festivals. Jacket weather. S’mores and reminiscing over a campfire. The changing leaves. Gold. Red. Orange. Brown. Beautiful.
This month, there are several events you’ll want to check out, including:
- 14th Annual Fall Festival in Osage Beach
- Iguana Fireworks at Iguana Cove on September 11th
- Grand Opening of Pickleheads Roadhouse September 11th – 14th
- BIKEFEST 2014!
- 45th Annual Laurie Hillbilly Fair
- AND MORE!
Check out a full list of events in September at the Lake of the Ozarks here.