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    XXX Adults Only - The Party Cove

    by Jewelslover Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Girls at Party Cove

    You can just imagine what the Party Cove is like. It's like the Playboy Mansion on water. Plenty of booze and ladies with little or nothing on. Party Cove was voted #1 place to party in Men's Health Magazine over Las Vegas and South Beach.

    Basically the party cove is a bunch of boats of people partying. Everyone hooks their boats together and socializes. Everyone is welcome. It's pretty much on weekends during the summer only. Saturdays are the busiest.

    Party Cove usually moves each summer. I've been checking the web and it looks like it's either at the 19MM or right past the 3mm this year. Check this website out for info (cut and paste this link): http://www.golakeozarks.com/bulletinboard/viewtopic.php?t=2291&sid=8c60873d413e49fdb0fd41331ecf0c35

    I found a website you can check out for pics. Check it out.

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    Eagle Days 2009

    by lostsooner55 Written Sep 24, 2008

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    The Lake Ozark Eagle Days viewing will be held on January 3rd and 4th, 2009, from 9 AM until 4 PM each day.. The prime viewing points will be at the Wilmore Lodge, and the Bagnell Dam Access area, just downstream from the lake. There will be live displays of the birds, and scopes for viewing available in several locations. At a later date there should be an announcement of special boat tours on the lake in conjunction with the viewing. The web site listed below also has information on several other Eagle Days events throughout Missouri.

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    Lake Ozark Dirt

    by lostsooner55 Updated Sep 23, 2008

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    The Lake Ozark Speedway is located roughly 9 miles north of Osage Beach, just off Highway 54. They have weekly racing programs beginning in early April. The regular racing season will currently end the last weekend of August. The weekly racing program includes 360 Winged Sprint Cars, Modifieds, Late Model and Street Stocks. Admission for the regular racing program is $ 11.00 for adults. Children 12 and under are admitted for free when accompanied by an adult.

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    Osage River Rendezvous

    by lostsooner55 Updated Sep 23, 2008

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    The Osage River Rendezvous & Mountain Man Festival re-creates life in the Osage River valley in the mid 1800's. There are traders, craftmen, mountain men and French colonial artillery re-enactors on hand, as well as black powder enthusiasts. The 2009 dates will be announced shortly.

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    Lucas Oil Speedway Wheatland, Missouri

    by lostsooner55 Written Aug 19, 2008

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    The Lucas Oil Speedway is a banked, 3/8 mile dirt track, located in Wheatland, Missouri, approximately 60 miles southwest of Osage Beach. The track's weekly schedule runs from April until September, and features both Street Stock, and A Modified racing. The track also hosts special events throughout the racing season such as Tractor Pulls, the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, Wingless 410 Sprint Cars, and the World of Outlaws. The track has both general admission, and reserved seating. There are also private suites available for rental.

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    Stockton's Pub & Grill-Weekly Special Events

    by lostsooner55 Updated Mar 25, 2008

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    Stockton's Pub & Grill, a newly re-modeled, and re-opened restaurant, which is located at the Osage Beach Premium Outlet Mall holds the following weekly events: On Friday evenings they host Date Night, where the first round of drinks is free with dinner purchases. Saturday is Cuisine Night, offering varied international menus, and on Sundays, they have Family Tradition Sundays, where typical family meals, (fried chicken,etc), are served.

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    Tan-Tar-A Resort - Children's Activities

    by lostsooner55 Updated Mar 19, 2008

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    Tan-Tar-A Resort, in Osage Beach, offers numerous activities for children. Besides the outdoor swimming pool, and a heated indoor pool, the resort also offers the Timber Falls Indoor Waterpark, which has 600 feet of waterslides, a large "treehouse", and towers. There are concessions available. Waterpark passes are $ 17.00 per child, per day for hotel guests, $ 22.00 per child, for the public. The Bears Den Arcade is also located at the resort for video games, and simulators. Miniature Golf and Bowling facilities are on site as well. For kids dining, there is also a Burger King within the resort. The resort has several child-friendly entertainment options during the summer season for children aged 4 to 11. There is the Kid's Cabin program which features dinner at Burger King, and a return to the Kid's Cabin for movies. or video games, coloring or lego. Hours are 5 PM until 10 PM, Monday through Saturday. Reservations must be made prior to 4 PM. Cost for the program is $ 50.00. per child. The resort also offers Camp Tan-Tar-A, with various activities for the kids aged 4-11. Half Day Rates (10 AM-1 PM , or 1 PM-4 PM, are $ 35.00, per child, and include lunch, and a t-shirt. Full Day Rates, (10 AM-4 PM), are $ 50.00 per child. Reservations for the program must be made one day prior.

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    Willmore Lodge

    by lostsooner55 Written Feb 18, 2008

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    The Willmore Lodge, which overlooks the Lake of the Ozarks, was constructed in 1930, and was added to the National Historic Register in 1998. It is unique for it's log construction. The Lodge was constructed by the Union Electric Company, which was overseeing the construction of the nearby Bagnell Dam. The lodge has over 25 rooms. Some of these are named for the small towns in the area which were covered by the waters of the lake. The lodge currently houses a small museum, the Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, and a visitor center. There are very nice lake views from the lodge. The lodge is also an important venue for the annual Eagle Days. An eagle watching event held in late January. Hours are: (Monday through Friday) 9AM-4:30PM, (Saturday & Sunday) 9AM-3PM.

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    New Year's Eve Party at Four Seasons

    by Jewelslover Updated Nov 26, 2005

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    They have a huge party every New Year's Eve. This year's festivities include a Speakeasy theme from the 20's and 30's prohibition era. Staff will be dressed in gangster and flapper costumes.

    The party includes a dinner of Waldorf salad, Beef Tenderloin Forestier, leg of lamb with mint sauce, Lobster Thermador, Cherries Jubilee, and Bananas Foster. They will have a live band "The Roland Allen Orchestra" who will play everything from 20's era music up to contemporary tunes. Each guest receives two free drink tickets, champagne toast at midnight along with balloon drop. There will also be Old Time Photos taken and prizes for best costumes and best dancers

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    More Boobies than Mardi Gras, Party Cove Baby!!

    by Moustique Updated Jul 8, 2005

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    Party cove is big especially on major holidays like memorial day, the 4th, and labor day. This 4th was perfect weather. How this works is you get up early in the morning to secure a good spot. Everyone attaches thier boats to each other and parties. Girls show their breasts for beads and the guys rock with their cocks out. This party is for all kinds of age ranges.

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    A Golfer's Paradise - Lake of the Ozarks

    by Jewelslover Written Jun 12, 2005

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    Golf the Ozarks

    The Ozarks have become the place to go for awesome golf courses. There are courses designed by Arnold Palmer, Tom Weiskopf, Robert Trent Jones Sr., Bruce Devlon & Robert Hagge. The Lake offers 261 holes of premier golf. Check out this website for the local courses...

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    While at the Marriott, take...

    by SeaBreezeUSA Written Feb 25, 2003

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    While at the Marriott, take advantage of all the water sports available.
    The wave runners were so much fun.

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