Thursday, September 12, 2019

Kicking Off Fall at the Lake of the Ozarks

The first day of Fall is September 23rd this year, and if you haven’t been bitten by the Autumn bug - you may be soon! The Summer here at the lake has been rather mild, up until the very end with heatwaves and humidity. This kind of gives Fall an even more appealing nature, and if you haven’t already indulged in your pumpkin spice nostalgia, you may be reaching for it soon. If you’re looking for fun ways to enjoy your vacation home at the Lake of the Ozarks, here are some great suggestions for spending time soaking in the season!


Fall Fun at the Lake of the Ozarks

The Fall season seems to be all about apples, pumpkins, bonfires, and flannels. If you are ready, here are a few things you’ll want to do this Fall at the Lake!

Go Hiking

In 2018, the Lake of the Ozarks was voted the 2nd best place in the nation to enjoy the Fall colors. We know this to be true, and love getting to appreciate the changing of the seasons through those rustic browns, oranges, reds, and yellows that start to spread across the rolling hills. What better way to soak it in than to get out for a hike? We have two state parks here at the Lake. The Lake of the Ozarks State Park is in Osage Beach and Ha Ha Tonka State Park is in Camdenton. Both parks are beautiful this time of year, and offer breathtaking hiking trails, playground areas for the kids, and are close enough to town that you can get a treat afterward! Which brings us to our next point …

Indulge in Fall Flavors

’Tis the season when all things pumpkin, apple, and cinnamon hit the red carpet. There are many local coffee shops, ice cream parlors, and other places where you can indulge in these fantastic fall flavors. Whether you’re looking for a spicy coffee or a pumpkin pie sundae, this is a great time to get out and enjoy those flavors you look forward to all year long.

Get on the Golf Course

If you enjoy golfing at the Lake of the Ozarks, this is going to be a prime season for getting out there and playing the game. The Lake area is home to 13 golf courses, and many will agree that Autumn is probably one of the best times to get out and play. Between comfortable temperatures and gorgeous scenery, the Fall season is a pristine time to be on the course.

Board the Boat One Last Time

This is probably the activity that will be a bit bittersweet for many this time of year. As the temperatures start to cool down, it’s generally a sign to winterize the boat. Many boaters do choose to keep their boat out for usage all winter long, specifically the fisherman, but many of our vacationers need to get them ready for storage. If you are one of those who will store it, now is a great time to take it out on the water for the last few cruises of the year. Enjoy the scenery from a perspective that many may not get too - the water. While you’re out, it’s also a great time to take a generic inventory of your boat, make sure everything is working properly, and make a list of necessary repairs.

If you are into fishing at the Lake of the Ozarks, Fall is a prime time to get out there and cast your line. Those beautiful Fall temperatures will make for exceptional catching, and if you plan to participate in any of the final fishing tournaments of the year, we wish you the best of luck!


Fall At The Lake of the Ozarks

If you already know that you love the Lake area, and you’ve been considering buying a home at the Lake of the Ozarks - now is the time! We can’t emphasize enough how now is such a great time to buy. The market has been doing some really interesting things this year, and so many buyers are getting low rates for their Lake of the Ozarks mortgages. If you are ready to get started, we would love to invite you to visit our website, fill out the application, and start your pre-qualification process. Fall is an excellent time to buy, and 2019 could just be your year to secure a dream vacation home at the Lake of the Ozarks!

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Michael Lasson
Senior Loan Officer
NMLS #: 493712

4655 B Osage Beach Parkway
Osage Beach, MO 65065

Direct: (573) 746-7211





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