Showing posts from December, 2018

Have Some Family Fun at 2019 Eagle Days!

Lake of the Ozarks largest winter event is almost here! Ameren Missouri presents the 19th Annual Eagle Days starting on Saturday, January 5th and Sunday, January 6th, 2019.  This entertaining and educational event is fun for people of all ages and if you have never attended this annual event at the Lake of the Ozarks, you should make plans to join in on the fun!  You will have the opportunity to learn about these magnificent birds and even see eagles from the World Bird Sanctuary! Today, our family attraction at the Lake of the Ozarks has all the details for the 2019 Eagle Days! Photo Credit: Eagle Days Facebook Page  2019 Eagle Days Schedule of Events  School of the Osage Heritage Elementary  • Coloring & Photo Contest  • Face Painting • Ameren Missouri  • Jim Rathert Photography & Mugs • MO Dept. of Conservation  • Master Naturalist, Lake of the Ozarks Chapter • MO State Parks • Adair's Animal Nuisance Trapping  • MO State Highway Patrol/Water Pa

Recycle Your Christmas Tree and Give it to the Fish this Year!

There is just something great about putting up a live Christmas tree in your home every year. If you are among the people who love to pick out the perfect tree to cut down and decorate, what do you plan to do with your tree after the holidays are over? You could have a bonfire if you don't live in a residential area, you could cut it up and throw it away, OR you could recycle your Christmas tree this year and give it to the fish at the Lake of the Ozarks! The last few years, your favorite attraction at the Lake of the Ozarks has taken action to not only help you get rid of your Christmas tree after the holidays but also help improve fishing at the Lake of the Ozarks. Why Should I Recycle My Christmas Tree? The Lake of the Ozarks is a great place to cast a line and reel in some great fish! When it comes to angling success, having a habitat for the fish is important. Here at Bridal Cave & Thunder Mountain Park , we take pride in giving back to nature and that's why

Christmas Break FUN at Lake of the Ozarks!

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Lake of the Ozarks which means the kiddos will be on their Christmas break very soon! Do you have any special plans for the kids for their break this year? Our scenic mid-Missouri cave tour is always an excellent cold-weather activity, but there are a few additional fun things going on around the lake area that are only offered during the holidays. Read on for a few fun suggestions from Bridal Cave & Thunder Mountain Park . Photo Credit:   Christmas Light Display There are several area light displays happening around the area that would be fun for the whole family! Below is a list of the few light displays in the area. Enchanted Village of Lights Nov 16, 2018 - Jan 01, 2019 Laurie Fairgrounds Laurie Fairgrounds 269 Fairgrounds Drive Laurie MO 65037 Phone: 573-374-8776 They claim to be one of the largest drive-through holiday light parks in mid-Missouri. It is free to drive through, but donatio

Enter Our Season Passes for the Family Christmas Tree Contest!

It’s time to put up the Christmas trees and get into the holiday season. To get you all into the holiday spirit of giving, we are giving away Season Passes to our Lake of the Ozarks attraction for the entire family (residing at home) for the best decorated Christmas Tree! So if you haven't put up your tree yet, it's time to get out all of your collectible ornaments, hang the stockings, and cue the Christmas music! We want to see all of your beautifully decorated trees! Read on to find out how to enter our “Season Passes for the Family” Christmas Tree Contest at our Missouri Show Cave ! How to Enter  Please share this post and send us a photo of your masterpiece. You will automatically be entered into the drawing for the “Season Passes for the Family” Christmas Tree Contest. Entries will be accepted through December 20th at 4pm and the winner will be announced at 9am on the 21st. So get to decorating and share this post, post your decorated Christmas tree, and share the