Moving on into the state of Missouri is the Lake of the Ozarks, home to Party Cove. Some of you may remember Party Cove from Craig Morgan’s famous song Redneck Yacht Club. A travel writer for the New York Times called this, “the oldest established permanent floating bacchanal in the country”. This area attracts approximately 3000 boats during Memorial Day and the July 4th weekend.
The Lake of the Ozarks is a large reservoir created by impounding the Osage River. It contains largemouth bass, walleye, channel catfish, spotted bass, and much more.
Want a quiet place to hike or go mountain biking?
The Lake of the Ozarks State Park has lots of places to get away from the everyday grind. Cabins make the park a welcome place for families as well. You can go boating, fishing, hiking, cave exploring, and even canoeing.
The Lodge of Four Seasons has a Championship Golf Course offering 36 holes. One hole calls for a long carry over a cove to reach the green. This is one of the Midwest’s prettiest, most challenging courses. Both golf courses have been recognized in the top five golf courses of Missouri by numerous publications, including Golf Digest, Golf Magazine and AAA Midwest. Over the past 50 years, the Lodge of Four Seasons has played a significant role in making the Lake of the Ozarks a major golf destination.
Also available is a one of kind spa. From its eucalyptus-infused steam rooms, to its infrared Himalayan salt stone saunas, to its salt-purified whirlpool, Spa Shiki delivers a calming, luxurious atmosphere where guests can unwind, relax and enjoy a world-class resort spa experience. The resort also offers excellent dining options throughout the day and night.