Tag Archives: Lake of the Ozarks

Lots to do Year-round at Lake of the Ozarks

Due to the central location of the Lake of the Ozarks, many people visit the Lake for a variety of reasons.  One reason is because of all the great events that are going on throughout the summer season, making the Lake a fun vacation spot for all ages. For an absolutely splashing good time with your favorite jumping dog, the ... Read More »

History Channel to Air TV Show on Lake Area Business

A few months back, in this very space, our own KatiesTrail wrote a post about a television pilot being filmed in the Lake of the Ozarks area. The working title was “$old” and the program was to air on The History Channel. The pilot filmed in the Lake Area focused on auctioneer Rick Bryant and his business. We received word ... Read More »

It’s Time to Tee It Up!

You'll find courses to suit every skill level around Missouri.

Is the snow finally gone?  Wow, what a wet winter we just had.  When we got the record snowfall in January, I asked myself “Do you think that we might see grass before June?” However, as we all know, we have green grass and trees blooming right now, which means one thing to me; let’s get out playing some golf! ... Read More »

Make the Most of Your Missouri Fishing Trip

Here's a brown trout taken from Lake Taneycomo, near Branson.

“The fishing was good; it was the catching that was bad,” is a quote from famous author and fisherman, not necessarily in that order, A.K. Best. And every time I read this quote, I think to myself and laugh a little, because that must have been a day Mr. Best didn’t use a fishing guide. Missouri is blessed with an ... Read More »

Four Parks Light Up The Lake

Lake Holiday Lights Park in Osage Beach.

Lake of the Ozarks is known for summer fun on the water, but what many don’t realize is during the winter holidays, the Lake Area creates a completely new kind of family fun. With four drive-thru light parks spread throughout the Lake, it is no wonder people travel from all over to visit Lake of the Ozarks in November and ... Read More »

4 Things to do to Avoid Being a Homebody When it’s Cold Out

It is late fall and the temperature has dropped significantly. Now, cold weather should not keep you trapped indoors all day; so below are four activities that are sure to warm up your day even if the weather isn’t. Spa day: Often times, cold weather makes your skin dry and itchy; what better time to rejuvenate your body with the ... Read More »

Mark it ‘$OLD!’ History Channel Pilot Filming in Lake of the Ozarks

From left, Missouri Division of Tourism Director Katie Steele Danner; Producer/Director Bonnie Brennan, Line Producer Bob Visty; and TV Personality Jann Carl.

Missouri has become known as a destination with diverse entertainment options and many live shows for every taste, genre and for all generations.  Yesterday, I found out about a new show in the making, and if all goes as planned, the world will soon enjoy this new production. I stopped in at Camdenton at the Lake of the Ozarks where ... Read More »

Mid-Missouri Quilt Shop Hop

When the alarm went off, I eagerly (for once) got out of bed.  I was still suffering from a horrible head cold, but that wasn’t gonna stop me.  I had to be in Jefferson City before 7 a.m. to board the bus for a trip to 11, yes count them, 11 quilt shops in one day. There were more than ... Read More »

So Much To Do …

Growing up, Mom always said summer was pretty much over after July 4. I hated that notion, but now understand what she’s talking about. The days of late July and August, though often punishingly hot, do move pretty fast. And while school is on the horizon, there are plenty of things to do in Missouri before the kids get back ... Read More »

Worth a return visit

Originally, I was going to be visiting the Southeast region of our lovely state this weekend. Hoping for a little bit of spring color, but alas, the weather is not cooperating. I started thinking about all the places I have taken photos in Missouri and how the weather interfered with my beautifully lighted, well composed and colorful photo intentions. What ... Read More »