We know the Lake of the Ozarks like the back of our hand.
However, when you’re headed to the lake and staying at one of our properties, we understand the roads can be a little tricky at first. When you book a stay with us, we’ll send you the physical address of the property you’re staying at, plus suggested directions.
One reason we do this is because GPS often doesn’t work that well around the Lake of the Ozarks. So, before you’re packed and backing out the driveway for vacation, keep these three tips in mind.
- Print Your Directions: Be sure to check through your e-mails, as we send the address, plus suggested directions. If you can’t access e-mail from your phone, simply print the directions to have on-hand. Printing is your safest best. Cell service can be spotty, depending on your service provider.
- Make Sure You Have the Access Code: The access code is crucial. This is how you’ll get into the property at which you’re staying. The access code will be sent to you in advance by e-mail. Go ahead and write that access code on your printed directions. That makes it so easy!
- Know Where the Nearest Grocery Store and Gas Station Is: This is simply a matter of convenience. We’re more than happy to help you find the nearest grocery store or gas station. Give us a call at 866-273-2169 or leave a comment on our Facebook page.
Last but not least, here’s a Lake of the Ozarks area map worth checking out. Zoom in, look around, and orient yourself before heading to the lake. As always, please let us know if you have any questions!
The first day of spring is just over two months away!
Believe us, we’re counting down the days until we get to see all of you at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Here are this week’s travel tips to keep you informed and safe!
Happy Friday — we hope everyone has a safe weekend.
What your hotel knows about you – NBC Travel Kit
Best ways to carry money while traveling – USA Today
FAA to pilots: Turn off those electronics – CNN Travel
Luggage services delivers bags to your door – ABC News
How do I plan a weekend vacation with kids? – USA Today
10 tips for safe winter driving – Consumer Reports
8 healthy trip tips from Mega-Travelers – Men’s Health
Whether you’re taking a road trip to the Lake of the Ozarks this fall or thinking about a stay next summer, here are some travel tips to help you this weekend or down the road!
Sick on the road? Try the grocery store – New York Times
Travelers on Labor Day weekend: 33 million – MSNBC Travel
The incredible shrinking airline seat – CNN Travel
Vacation ‘Paparazzi’ a growing trend – ABC News
Burglar’s tips for home safety when you travel – USA Today
Dining made easy: Tips to save money on your vacation – Today
Hopefully the hottest of the summer weather is over! Whether you’ve already gone on a vacation this summer or are planning one, here are some tips to help you out.
Airlines get more bag fees despite fewer travelers – Associated Press
Military families get free entry into national parks – Active Travel on MSNBC.com
The USA’s best free attractions – USA Today Travel
Use caution if you drive in extreme heat – CNN Travel
21 tips to help you pack for a trip – Travellerspoint
Why Travelers Choose Vacation Rentals – Travel News Gazette