Fall is in the air which means fall activities around the Lake of the Ozarks are getting ready to kick-off! One of our favorite fall events happens at Ozarks Amphitheater! The Pumkin Chunkin Palooza will be happening on Saturday, September 25, 2021, and Bridal Cave & Thunder Mountain Park want to make sure that you have all of the important information to attend this fun event. Read on to learn more! Event Activities Pumkin’ Pie Eating Contest Food and Beverages Local Artisans Trebuchet Demonstrations Talent Contest Family Events Face Painting Petting Zoo Bounce Houses On-site Pumpkin Decorating Pirate and Magic Show EVENT SCHEDULE Gates open at 10 AM Trebuchet contest to start at 11AM-4PM – DOWNLOAD APPLICATION Trebuchet demonstrations will be held every hour on the hour. Pirate and Magic Shows in the kids area Lake Area Arts Council Sidewalk Art Contest and Exhibition Pie Eating Contest – Rules and Registration Contest will begin at 1:00 pm, Each contestant will be given three
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Another summer season is in the books as the season winds down after Labor Day weekend. Next up is fall, and although we don't get as many visitors, it's truly one of the most incredible times of year to visit our park! Gorgeous fall foliage and cooler weather make being outdoors enjoying nature even better! Bridal Cave & Thunder Mountian Park is open year-round for family fun! It's Comfy in the Cave Even if it's a little chilly to be hanging around outside at the park, it's always a comfortable 60° inside Missouri's most scenic cave tour , allowing you to get out of the house and into nature without freezing! Shimmy out of that heavy winter coat once you're inside the cave and feel like it's a nice, cool, fall day again. Instead of getting stir-crazy stuck inside the house, bring the family here to hang out with us over the holidays. We are open daily from 9 am - 5 pm with Bridal Cave tours leaving often. The only exception will be that we will be
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Labor Day Weekend is here! It's the last blast of summer here at the Lake of the Ozarks. If you are looking for a fun way to celebrate summer one last time, there will be fireworks all across the lake area! Read on to find out where to view the best fireworks over the weekend! Labor Day Fireworks SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th 1) Bear Bottom Resort, Fireworks @ 9:45 p.m. Live Music by Nashville Fiddle Dickers, 7 - 11 p.m. View fireworks by land at Bear Bottom Resort or by water at the 38 MM. Parking is limited, so arrive early. Call for details: 573-374-6905 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th 1) Bear Bottom Resort, Fireworks 9:45 p.m. Live Music by The Nashville Fiddle Dickers, 7 - 11 p.m. View fireworks by land at Bear Bottom Resort or by water at the 38 MM. Parking is limited, so arrive early. Call for details: 573-374-6905 3) Margaritaville Lake Resort Fireworks, after dusk (About 8:30 p.m.) Viewing by land from Margaritaville property is for their resort guests only. View by water at the 26 MM.