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Lake of the Ozarks State Park

403 Hwy. 134
573-348-2694

Lake of the Ozarks State Park has a little bit of something for everyone. Crave water adventure? Lake of the Ozarks has a full complement of boating options. Want a quiet place to hike or mountain bike? The park’s thousands of wooded acres have lots of places to get away from it all, with 12 trails that wind through the park. Cabins and yurts make the park a welcome place for families looking to enjoy the lake but escape the hustle and bustle of some of the nearby towns. AndOzark Caverns – complete with its lantern-light cave tour – presents an unforgettable experience.



Reviews

Lori Smith

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Monday, July 2, 2018
Enjoy camping here. Beautiful setting amongst the trees and lake. Deer roam everywhere. Use new bathrooms to shower. Old ones need some updating. Ice cheap at camp store which was convenient.

Chad Dean

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Saturday, May 19, 2018
Great place to camp if you: A) enjoy camping in a site at about the same slope as a boat ramp B) enjoy using a pull through site more than twice as long as your trailer that, due to trees, cannot be pulled out of, making it a pull in / back out site. C) enjoy roads so narrow that anything bigger than a pop-up can't possibly stay on. I was there and fought with my trailer for 3 hours trying to somehow level it from front to back. Due to the slope (see A above), this proved to be an impossible exercise in futility. Ended up leaving, which meant a 7 hour drive that was starting at 4 pm after barely being able to even get out of the campground. Maybe the lake is nice. I wouldn't know as I never had a chance to see it. I will NEVER return to this place again!

Wendy Meese

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Friday, March 30, 2018
This is a large State park with a lot of camping (we saw over 180 numbers and the sites just seemed to stretch on and on). We camped in a yurt during the off season which was fantastic as it provided us heat but still gave my family the camping experience and we felt likke we were practically the only ones there! With the new cabin for canines programs the state parks also make it extremely easy and convenient to bring your dog(s). Located directly across from the playground, my kids were able to run back and forth and have plenty to do throughout the weekend. My only con was that we experienced a tornado warning our first night and there is absolutely no where safe to go close by for campers so in an emergency situation be sure you are prepared to drive 20 min into town and know where you will go.

pamela Glascock

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Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Lot 159 is a Handicap spot and close to showers, bathrooms and boatlanding, swimming. It's right on the lake with plenty of shade. Plan to go back at some time. Wonderful experience was had by all of us.

Lisa Bouska

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Thursday, June 21, 2018
Great fun. Not too crowded and a few options for entertainment. We floated on inflatable rafts, fished and swam at the swim beach. We also stayed in the cabins there.

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