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Best Lake Attractions!

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Memorial Day weekend is less than a month away! Here at the Lake of the Ozarks Memorial Day weekend is the kickoff weekend to Summer at the lake. If you are looking for family-friendly fun at the Lake of the Ozarks, look no further than Big Surf Waterpark, Bridal Cave, and Ozarks Amphitheater! These great attractions are tops among the favorite “things to do” for tourists, visitors, and locals. Whether you want a great concert experience, a day of waterslides and the wave pool at the area’s best waterpark, or to experience the natural wonder and history of the lake’s most popular cave, you can’t go wrong spending your “off the lake” time at these great venues.


Never Miss an Update!  Bridal Cave, Big Surf Water Park, and Ozarks Amphitheater are among the best attractions at the Lake of the Ozarks. For fun all Summer long make sure take the whole family to these great family attractions at the Lake of the Ozarks! If you want to stay in the loop with whats going on with these attractions…

Our Reunion was Truly a Night to Remember!

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As many of you already know, Bridal Cave and Thunder Mountain Park celebrated their 70th Anniversary this past Saturday, April 14th, 2018. To celebrate this huge accomplishment, we hosted an employee reunion. Wow, what a night we had! This event was defiantly one for the books. It truly exceeded our expectations as current and past employees got to share memories made at Bridal Cave! Our family attraction at the Lake of the Ozarks has been a true success and we owe a lot of that to our wonderful employees.


Reunion Recap  Our night started at the old German Restaurant at the top of the hill. (We recently acquired the property, look for future blogs to see the plans we have for this space!) We shared memories and socialized over dinner provided by the Butcher Shop in Camdenton. Our staff and Joyce Thompson and Sheryl Murdock worked really hard to decorate the space. The decorations alone made the night one to truly remember! We had every wall covered in old and new Bridal Cave memorabil…

Our Employee Reunion is THIS Saturday!

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Our 70th Anniversary and Employee Reunion is almost here! Our staff here at Bridal Cave have been working extremely hard to make our 70th Anniversary one for the books. As we look back on the past 70 years in business, we couldn't think of a better way to celebrate this milestone than to have a reunion with the wonderful employees who helped make Bridal Cave and Thunder Mountain Park such a success! Not only is this event a great way to celebrate but it's also a way to say thank you to the past employees for helping Bridal Cave become the longest continuously operation family attraction at the Lake of the Ozarks! We hope to see as many past employees this Saturday as possible!


It's NOT Too Late To RSVP!  We have already heard from lots of you past employees, but we still need you to RSVP if you haven’t already. Just call 573-346-2676 to make your reservation. We need to know just how many people are coming in order to get the necessary supplies. We want this event to be on…

Visitors in the Park!

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Here at Bridal Cave, we are pretty accustomed to having some great visitors come into our cave! However, this past week we have had some especially great visitors tour our Lake of the Ozarks outdoor attraction! From filming on behalf of the Oklahoma Geological Foundation to helping our fellow cave friends at Onondaga Cave in Leasburg, Missouri, it has been a busy week at Bridal Cave and Thunder Mountain Park! Read today's blog to learn about what's been going on in the park this week.


Filming in Our Cave!  This past week  we were honored to have Todd Kent do filming in the cave for the interactive earth science video project for public schools called "Every Day Earth." Todd Kent is working on behalf of the Oklahoma Geological Foundation, a non-profit corporation, to create a video based earth science curriculum for public schools.


About Every Day Earth  With the increase in technology, kids are using technology more and more. In fact, most kid's today would rathe…