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Cabin in Osage Beach
Cozy Scenic Ozark Cabin Lazy Day Retreat | Pets OK
Welcome to our cozy cabin retreat! This quaint, Ozarks cabin is conveniently located directly off of Highway 54, within a mile from Lake Ozark, Harley Davidson, and Lake Regional Hospital. Whether you are visiting Osage Beach to enjoy Lake Ozark, hike a beautiful trail, attend an event, or get away on a fishing retreat - this zen Ozark cabin is located near it all. State parks nearby include Ha Ha Tonka, Lake of the Ozarks, Rocky Top Trail. (We love hiking!) *Please read House & Pet rules*
ﺩ.ﺇ278 per night
Apartment in Lake Ozark
Lake of the Ozarks! Vacation Condo on the Strip-B
Welcome to Paradise City Unit B! The ONLY Nightly rentals on the HISTORIC Bagnell Dam Strip! Brand new 3 bed 2 bath vacation rental condos on the strip. Everything is brand new, fresh, clean and stylish. This unit can sleep up to 10. Enjoy the night life, car shows, boat shows, boat races, bike fest and everything else that this area has to offer! There are boat rentals, parasailing and jet ski rentals just steps from this unit. Close to shopping, entertainment, restaurants and more!
ﺩ.ﺇ301 per night
Condo in Osage Beach
Recently Updated Waterfront Condo
This newly updated 1 bed/1 bath Condo sits on the 19mm of the Lake of the Ozarks. The master bedroom has a king bed with a 55 inch Smart TV. Living room has a queen sofa sleeper with a 55 inch Smart TV. Condo has a fully equipped kitchen. Contains all the towels and linen you’ll need during your stay. Complete with washer/dryer. The open deck area contains a patio table and chairs. This condo has all the conveniences of home plus a location just minutes away from family fun!
ﺩ.ﺇ286 per night

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ﺩ.ﺇ275 per night
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ﺩ.ﺇ348 per night
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The LOTO Chateau Condo
ﺩ.ﺇ264 per night
Home in Barnett
Lakefront Cabin Sunset View Hottub Firepit Dock
ﺩ.ﺇ441 per night
Cabin in Camdenton
Chatham Cabin-Home of the Midwest Sunset!
ﺩ.ﺇ352 per night
Condo in Lake Ozark
Come Find Your Soul's Happy Place *40' boat slip*
ﺩ.ﺇ380 per night
Tiny home in Eldon
The Selina - Treehouse for two, lake views
ﺩ.ﺇ690 per night
Condo in Lake Ozark
Lake Front w/ Panoramic Views
ﺩ.ﺇ312 per night
Condo in Lake Ozark
Peaceful 2 bedroom condo CLEANING FEES INCLUDED
ﺩ.ﺇ420 per night
Condo in Osage Beach
One bedroom Condo, pool & lake view ☀️
ﺩ.ﺇ147 per night
Guesthouse in Sunrise Beach
Honeymoon Retreat with Hot Tub & Great View
ﺩ.ﺇ809 per night
Condo in Osage Beach
Lakefront + poolside condo! FAST wifi & smart TVs!
ﺩ.ﺇ158 per night

Your guide to Lake of the Ozarks

All About Lake of the Ozarks

One of the Midwest’s most popular destinations for high-energy outdoor activities and low-key rest and relaxation, the snake-shaped Lake of the Ozarks winds through Missouri’s northern Ozark Mountains. Thanks to the lake’s unique shape, there are more than 1,100 miles of shoreline to enjoy, making it easy to find your own little slice of paradise.

Bagnell Dam — which is responsible for the reservoir that forms the lake — is the largest landmark in the area, and you’ll find arcades, ice cream shops, souvenir stalls, and more along the hopping Bagnell Dam Strip. The largest city in the area is Osage Beach, which is filled with boats anchored at lakeside bars, restaurants, and shopping outlets. Big-name musicians are regularly booked at the Ozarks Amphitheater, and popular plays, musicals, and dance troupes can be found at The Royal Theater. On the quieter side of the lake, known as the Niangua arm, you’ll find Bridal Cave, Ha Ha Tonka State Park, and more family-oriented restaurants and activities.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lake of the Ozarks

The weather is warm enough for beach lounging in spring and hot enough for swimming, boating, and water sports during the summer, but although these are some of the most popular times to visit, expect plenty of humidity and rain during these seasons as well. Fall brings cooler temperatures and fewer opportunities for lake activities, but it also welcomes a new season of excitement thanks to the annual Fall Festival and the Versailles Apple Festival, which are both held in early October and offer live music, vendors, and events around the area. Winters are cold with occasional snowfalls, but dedicated fishing enthusiasts can catch plenty of bass, and those brave enough to face the icy waters can participate in the annual Polar Plunge held in late February.

Top things to do in Lake of the Ozarks

Lake of the Ozarks State Park

Missouri’s largest state park was designed to help visitors maximize their opportunities for outdoor adventure on and around the lake with paved boat ramps, boat rentals, two public beaches for swimming, 13 trails for hiking and horseback riding, and picnic areas. Don’t miss the chance to explore the Ozark Caverns, where you can see multiple species of salamanders and bats, either on your own or with a park guide.

Osage Beach

The center of commerce and entertainment in the Lake of the Ozarks, this small city on the eastern bank exudes energy, especially during the summer months. Most bars and restaurants have nautical themes, live music or DJs, dance floors, and many even have their own pools. Osage Beach is also the best place to book parasailing excursions or to rent boats, paddleboards, and other watercraft.

Ha Ha Tonka State Park

About five miles from Camdentown lies a truly unique state park that provides visitors with a taste of a European vacation in the heart of Missouri: The towering ruins of a stone castle from 1905 serve as the focal point for this 3,700-acre protected park. Situated along the lake’s no-wake zone, this quiet wooded area has 14 hiking trails, natural bridges, a spring, small caves, picnic areas, and lake access.

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