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Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri

Come to the heart of Missouri, where 54,000 acres of water offer excellent boating and fishing opportunities. Our rolling bluffs greet you with award-winning vineyards, and the majestic state capitol beckons you to look toward the skies. Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks Region is truly a vacation destination to remember.

From lakeside fun and historic river towns, to caves and award-winning wineries, this region in the heart of Missouri welcomes you for an unforgettable vacation experience.

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Auto World Car Museum

More than 100 years of automobile history is on display: Studebakers; a Ford Quadracycle; a 1903 English Hummerette and much more. We have solar-powered cars developed at the University of Missouri. In addition, the museum has arrowheads, china doll heads (400 or more)

Fulton, MO Museums

Old Fashioned Windmill

Located in the middle of Main Street where once a well served the community'

Blackwater, MO Pioneer Life

Lake of the Ozarks Birdwatching

"The Missouri Ozarks is one of the most productive breeding areas for migratory birds in the hemisphere. Neotropical migrants such as the Ruby-throated Hummingbird, Northern Oriole, Woodthrush, and over 100

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Ozark Lake Area Caves

Missouri is truly the cave state, with over 5,380 registered and mapped wild caves. 300 of the wild caves are in the counties of Camden, Miller, and Morgan which surround the Lake of the Ozarks. Show Caves are wild caves that have been "tamed"

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West End Community Theatre

The West End Community Theatre is housed in a 1905 church featuring the original church pews &

Blackwater, MO Theatres

Osage Indian Chain Saw Sculpture

Complete with staff and scroll, presented to Pierre Chouteau, serving as a deed for 38,000 acres in 1792

Blackwater, MO Art

Historic Downtown Walking Tour

Explore historic buildings, gardens, museums and more in this beautifully-restored 1880

Blackwater, MO Tours

Glasgow Museum

The building housing the Glasgow Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was given to the city in 1976. The Gothic Revival building, originally a Baptist church, was constructed in 1861

Glasgow, MO Museums

Lake of the Ozarks Trails

For a different perspective of Ozark nature, the Lake offers outstanding hiking, biking and walking trails, several of which are located at two state parks. The 17,000-acre Lake of the Ozarks State Park is the largest in the Missouri Park system, and Ha Ha Tonka State Park, one of the state'

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Lake of the Ozarks Hunting

Hunters visiting the Lake of the Ozarks discover the woods and fields surrounding the Lake are filled with a wide variety of game. Throughout the year, hunters can pursue deer, turkey, squirrel, rabbit, dove, duck, geese and quail in the diverse terrain and on the waters at the Lake.

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