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Lake of the Ozarks missouri golf is way above par. Enjoy the 13 plus area golf courses carved out of the beautiful Ozark hills designed by such greats as Arnold Palmer,Tom Weiskopf, Bruce Delvin and Robert Von Hagge. Come to the lake and hit the trail.
Hitch a ride on a Helicopter, Go on, catch your mythical magic carpet ride among the clouds. This multi sensory experience brings our Dragon Lake to life. These air tours are quickly becoming a Lake of the Ozarks signature attraction. With flights leaving every few minutes, leave civilization behind and get a birds eye view of Bagnell Dam and the winding green shoreline and rolling hills that make the Ozarks famous. Tours vary in length, destination and cost. With prices starting at around $29 it's easy to see why they are so popular. Tours depart from both Lake Ozark and Osage Beach.
Kayaking is a great way to slip away from the crowd and get lost in the rhythm of the paddle. Take a leisurely stroll across the calm morning waters, just a few easy strokes send you streaming across the surface. Have a Kayak delivered to you or come get one from a Lake Outfitter for as low as $50 a 24 hr. period.
Explore a "Show Cave" Missouri is a cave state and here at the Lake of the Ozarks we are blessed with hundreds and two of those are Show Caves. Enjoy guided informative tours to the magnificent Ozark underground world of massive draperies, delicate soda straws, endless colorful pools, prehistoric bones and giant Geode. Tours begin every few minutes, and what a great way to cool off on a hot summer day.
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Horseback riding at the Lake of the Ozarks is an awesome adventure. See the rugged Ozark hills and beautiful lake views from a unique equestrian perspective. There are several locations around the lake that offer guided trail rides, a perfect way to explore the Ozark terrain, view some native wildlife, wild flowers and to just slow down a bit.
Hop on that two wheeler and enjoy a beautiful ride through the Ozark countryside. There are many great trails to explore in the Lake of the Ozarks State Park, the Honey Run Trail meets the high standards of the International Mountain Biking Association. Looking for a more casual ride? Try the paved multi use trail at the Village of Four Seasons on Horseshoe Bend Parkway in Lake Ozark. Bike rentals are available from a lake area outfitter starting at only $20 a day!
@ Turtle Hill Eco-Park off Hwy "W" just 6 miles from Bagnell Dam. 573-286-3300
While at the Lake of the Ozarks visit our unique wineries located around the lake.