Residents and tourists cherish the City of Lake Ozark. The city is a lively place to live, with jubilant things to do year-round. The terrain is picturesque and dotted with trendy shopping and dining locations. The lake is covered all summer by boats and other water vehicles while sun-worshippers bask on the sand or by the pool. During the autumn months, the streets become a red, orange, and yellow kaleidoscope of trees. The winter season is a great time for locals to bond with the fantastic selection of indoor recreation. Here is a peek at a few of the best things to do in Lake of the Ozarks.
Exhilarating Boat Ride
Escape into the beauty of the Lake of the Ozarks with an exhilarating boat ride. From Memorial Day weekend to early fall, many boat rental companies are available to match your style. Getaway Boat Rentals is ideally seated on Lakeshore Drive in Osage Beach. Boats, jet skis, ski boats, wave runners, and pontoons are on hand for nautical mavens. Floating on inner tubes is a tranquil option. Groups of all ages and numbers can glide or sweep across the lake’s surface. Even pets can join the fun! Boaters get lifejackets and other essentials as part of the package. Keep your watercraft at your Lake of the Ozarks condominium overnight as you wish.
Practice Your Swing at a Luxurious Golf Range
The Bear Creek Valley Golf Club is a prestigious league for fairway champions. The par 72 course unites with the “Little Bear Creek” topography, including the remarkable Ozark forest and its meadows and valleys. Players refine their technique while walking through lush zoysia and rich green L93 turf. Spectators can observe tournaments from the outdoor patio. Ruthie D.'s restaurant and lounge are ready to serve from sunrise to sunset. Their classic selections include country fried steak, Frisco burger, and Bear Creek Philly. In the mood to mingle? Daily Happy Hour is available from 4-6. Single, couple, and family memberships are part of their package.
Slip and Slide at the Waterpark
Perfect Your Figure 8 at the Ice Rink
Although summer’s warmth ends in late fall, the fun doesn’t have to. The winter season is as jubilant as the rest of the year at the Ozarks. The Ice Rink at Old Kinderhook delights with its outdoor skating area. Casual skaters, newbies, and blade experts grace the ice. Tykes of all ages take skate lessons with skate guides as a brace, and hockey players shoot on goal and compete in February tournaments. Birthday partygoers celebrate in groups of all sizes.
Attendees treat themselves to s’mores, hot chocolate, pizza, hot dogs, and chili. The cabana is ready to indulge its customers with yummy comfort food, such as cheeseburgers and Frito chili pie. At the same time, adults can partake in spirited cocktails like Caramel Apple Cider, Peppermint Patty, or various beers on tap. Christmas lovers tell Santa their wishes on weekends from November to December. The Christmas Village presents numerous activities such as MU Synchro Skaters Performances, Gingerbread House Decorating, Elf Storytelling, and Movies in the Hook. Old Kinderhook is sure to entertain with this nostalgic skating rink.