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.
Boom! Bang! Sizzle!
The Fourth of July weekend is one of the best times of year to watch fireworks at the Lake of the Ozarks.
But we’ll let you in on a little secret: In some ways, Labor Day weekend (Aug. 30 – Sept. 1) firework-watching is even better.
Temperatures start to cool just a tad. The crowds aren’t quite so intense.
Labor Day weekend is the perfect opportunity to get away for a quick romantic weekend, girls weekend, or one last family vacation before the school year gets in full-swing.
Here are two fabulous ways to watch fireworks over Labor Day weekend:
- Gazing into the night sky, fireworks will light up the sky over Sunrise Beach at Bear Bottom Resort. Click here for more details.
- Hop on a boat and watch the fireworks, floating peacefully on the Lake of the Ozarks. Be sure to check out Tropic Island Cruises or Celebration Cruises.
Give your family one last outing to the Lake of the Ozarks!!
There are plenty of events — indoor and outdoor — for families, couples, or for a Ladies’ Weekend.
Click on the image below for a full list of events this August at the Lake of the Ozarks.
The end of summer is creeping up on us. But it’s not over YET!
If you haven’t yet made it to the Lake of the Ozarks for a romantic getaway, a Girls Weekend, or simply taking the family for a fun-filled weekend, NOW is your chance.
The next 5 people to book with any of our many vacation rental homes will save!
That’s right! Act quick and you’re looking at a nice savings – up to $200 – for your vacation or romantic getaway.
Here’s how it works: The next 5 people who book their stay by phone — 866-273-2169 — will receive a discount toward their stay. Your stay must be for a minimum of three nights on the weekend of August 22nd, 2014.
Act quick and your savings will be significant!
- 1st person to book – $200 off your stay
- 2nd person to book – $150 off your stay
- 3rd person to book – $100 off your stay
- 4th person to book – $100 off your stay
- 5th person to book – $50 off your stay
Again, you must book your stay by calling us at 866-273-2169.
Details: Available at all vacation rental properties. Cannot be combined with other offers. Cannot be applied to booking that was already made. Only applies to the weekend of August 22nd.
Photo by William Bartlett
Fireworks at the Lake of the Ozarks
The Fourth of July at the Lake of the Ozarks just isn’t complete without seeing fireworks. FunLake.com put together 16 different places you can go to check out the fireworks display. Click here for times, locations, and details.
Eat Ribs, Support a Good Cause
Even though all of our vacation rental homes are stocked with all the pots and pans you need to whip up a wonderful meal, you don’t want to be cooking the entire weekend. The Gravois Firefighter Association will have “Ribs to Go” on July 2, 3, and 4 in Laurie. Get your tickets in advance while they last with a donation of $20 each. Call 573-374-4442 for details. You must have a ticket before you pick up the ribs. Pick up your order at Gravois Fire Station 215 HWY in Laurie. All Proceeds go to Missouri Children’s Burn Camp. Help send a kid to camp!
Fourth of July Events Around the Lake
Aside from fireworks, there’s a whole lot going on in and around the lake over Independence Day weekend. Click here for a more comprehensive list of events.
Check Out Our Local Area Guide
From boating to golfing, dining, horseback riding, spas, water parks, and wineries, we have tons of resources for couples, families, and everything in between. Click here to browse our local area guide.
New Restaurants to Try Over 4th of July Weekend
Photo credit: William Bartlett