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Ha Ha Tonka State Park

Ha Ha Tonka State Park

Ha Ha Tonka State Park with its intriguing history and outstanding geologic features, Ha Ha Tonka State Park is one state park that should not be missed. The park is a geologic wonderland with sinkholes, caves, a huge natural bridge, sheer bluffs and Missouriís 12th largest spring. The ruins of a turn-of-the-century stone castle overlook these wonders and offer impressive views of the Lake of the Ozarks and Ha Ha Tonka Spring. A series of trails and boardwalks makes it easy for visitors to experience all the park has to offer from its historic castle and geologic wonders to its wooded areas and open rocky glades. Picnic sites beckon visitors for a relaxing lunch in a scenic setting unparalleled in the lake area. All these fascinating features combine to create a park that can be explored and enjoyed time after time.
Location: Ha Ha Tonka State Park
Willmore Lodge Bagnell Dam History Museum

Willmore Lodge Bagnell Dam History Museum

Today, Willmore Lodge is the official home of Lake Area Chamber of Commerce as well as Bagnell Dam History Museum. It`s open to the public and has thousands of walk-in visitors each month. Locals and tourists enjoy our historic building and museum year round! Willmore also serves as the official Visitor Center for the Lake of the Ozarks region and hosts many public and private events throughout the year. While visiting Willmore, enjoy the grounds and gardens that are prepared and designed by the Lake Area Master Gardners and the Lake Ozark Watershed Alliance (LOWA).
Location: 1 Wilmore Ln, Lake Ozark, MO 65049
Phone: (573) 964-1008
Lake of the Ozarks State Park

Lake of the Ozarks State Park

Your vacation destination ó Lake of the Ozarks State Park has it all! Enjoy the solitude of an undeveloped cove hidden along the shorelines of one of Missouriís largest lakes. Swim, fish, boat or simply take in the view from a shady campsite or picnic area overlooking the Lake of the Ozarks. The park offers the opportunity to enjoy a variety of recreational activities on the lake or on shore. On shore, hikers, backpackers, equestrians and bicyclists can wind through open woodlands, sunny glades, small springs and streams to bluff-top views of the Lake of the Ozarks. Water enthusiasts can make use of the parkís two swimming beaches, boat rentals and paved boat ramps. Park stores sell all of the necessary supplies for a day on the water. Lake of the Ozarks State Parkís natural beauty and solitude remain untouched, yet visitors are just minutes away from extensive shopping, restaurants and a variety of entertainment opportunities.
Location: Kaiser, MO
Local Bird Guide

Local Bird Guide

Local bird guide