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“The fish bite when the dogwoods are in bloom”.
It’s that time again — The Big Bass Bash is coming to the Lake of the Ozarks 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.
If you’re looking for a place to stay during the tournament, be sure to browse our properties. Book your stay online and automatically save 5%.
To learn more about the Big Bass Bash, click here.
As they say at the Lake of the Ozarks — “The fish bite when the dogwoods are in bloom”.
One of the most gorgeous times of the year to visit the lake is in April for the Dogwood Festival, which is held on Saturday, April 18th – 20th in Camdenton.
There’s plenty to do for the entire family — enjoy live music, foods, carnival activities, beauty pageants, arts crafts and more. This festival brings in more than 10,000 people each year.
Our properties tend to fill up quickly this time of year, so be sure to book your stay early! Book your stay online and automatically save 5%!
For more information about the Dogwood Festival, visit The Camdenton Chamber of Commerce website
Are you visiting the Lake of the Ozarks this month? Watch this video to find something exciting things to do during your stay!
Have you ever seen one of those flying creatures up close? If you’re not too scared, this Saturday will be your chance!
Onondaga Cave State Park is hosting Missouri’s first Bat Festival on April 21st. Read more below from The Rolla Daily News:
Rob Mies is coming to Missouri’s first ever Bat Festival on Saturday, April 21, at Onondaga Cave State Park. And he’s bringing a few of his furry friends.
Mies is the director and founder of the Organization for Bat Conservation, the largest grass-roots bat conservation program in the United States, with headquarters at the Cranbrook Institute of Science in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. The organization presents some 1,500 live shows a year to educate people about one of the world’s most unique, and misunderstood, animals.
Mies, pronounced “my-ess,” has become somewhat of a celebrity; his work has been featured in television documentaries and he has made appearances on shows hosted by Ellen Degeneres, Conan O’Brien and Regis and Kelly. Mies does the talking, but his friends are the stars.