If you remember pastel sport coats over t-shirts, leather loafers with no socks, and stubble beard, then you remember 1985 with Don Johnson playing Sonny Crockett in Miami Vice. Episodes opene…
Whether it be from a boat, dock, or sea wall, “going fishing” at the Lake of the Ozarks has been a family tradition since Bagnell Dam was built.
The 1970s was the heyday of ski shows at Lake of the Ozarks; meanwhile behind the scenes, innovators and entrepreneurs were shaping the future of family boating.
The Lake of the Ozarks has reinvented itself many times over since it was born with the building of the Dam in 1929. Technology, war, and economics have all played lead roles in how it has bee…
LAKE OF THE OZARKS — The historic Millstone Marina, on the 7 Mile Marker of the Lake of the Ozarks, is being brought back to life, and the new owners have grand plans.
LAKE OF THE OZARKS — More than 10,000 pounds of trash was cleaned from the Lake's shoreline in the 26th Annual Fall Adopt-the-Shoreline Cleanup.
Traci Lynn Martin has kayaked the 90-mile Lake of the Ozarks, from dam to dam. Now, she's nearing the final stretch of a journey across the Great Lakes, as cold weather sets in.
LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo. — Winter at the Lake can take a toll on docks, from Ameren's annual winter drawdown to frozen-over coves and heavy snow.
LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo. — The Lake level is dropping, and that gives Lakefront homeowners a window of a few months to make repairs and improvements while the water is low.
LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo. — The Lake of the Ozarks Shootout board of directors has announced the hiring of Christy Janssen as the new Executive Director for the Midwest’s best boat race.
Fall Harbor Hop often benefits from beautiful boating weather -- and this year was no exception. The temperatures hit the mid-80s, and it was a perfect day for October boating.
LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo. — A bit of rough water didn’t dampen the spirits of Paradise Tropical Restaurant & Bar owner George Tucker, who says the Shootout boat race and events bring huge bu…
Congratulations, you have arrived at beautiful Lake of the Ozarks and found the lake home of your dreams. You have a boat, and a dock, but have you given much thought to a lift?
You survived the winter, and—good news!—your favorite restaurants and bars around the Lake are opening for the season! This week marked the first day of spring and with it comes new food and d…
The Dog Days of Summer have never been so good. Dock slips are full and the Lake’s Newest Pool Bar is open where the main channel meets the Grand Glaize.
Good food and drink in a quiet cove where boaters and neighbors can relax to outstanding music is what Bee’s Knees Beech House is all about. Co-owners Ryan Seigfreid and Michael Garber have te…
A boat is an investment, and while the returns can be well worth it, there are also plenty of ways to lose your shirt (figuratively speaking) when you buy or service your boat.
Sounds somewhat dramatic, doesn’t it? Drama aside, it doesn’t hurt to be prepared for an emergency afloat. This time, we’ll be talking about things you can have aboard to help in the advent of a serious leak in the hull.
So your bilge pump went out. That's not a problem you can live with: too much water in the bilge is a recipe for disaster (think: sinking). If you're the DIY type, determined to install your own bilge pump, here's a step-by-step process. Bilge pump installation is actually pretty straightfor…
When you're launching a boat, there are so many things to think about: doubly so when you're launching it for the first outing of the season. One mistake can spoil a fun day, at best, and at worst could result in real tragedy.
A proposal by President Trump to allow the sale of E15 (15 percent ethanol) gasoline year-round has set off alarm bells at the nation’s largest boating advocacy group, Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS).
Skip these steps if you love the idea of putting your boat in the shop during those precious summer weekends. In other words, don't skip these steps...
Throwback - 5 Years Ago - Boating Fun
Boaters braved chilly weather and snow (!) to cruise among new models of PWCs, cruisers, pontoons and more. Check out photos below, and a video walkthrough of a Formula 350 to start saving up for...
Though cool temps and rain dampened the beginning, the Spring In-Water Boat Show ended with clear skies and optimistic spirits as boat buyers cruised among new models last weekend.
Check out photos and details on more than a dozen of the hottest boats at the Overland Park Boat Show. Plus, a look at boat lifts, covers & upholstery, customized boating insurance and more...
Midwest boaters love the winter. They can't get on the water, but the cold months bring huge indoor boat shows where they can ogle the newest models. Some even opt to take the plunge and make an upgrade. Because summer is just around the corner...
LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo. — Two people were hospitalized Monday morning after two boats collided on the 4 Mile Marker of the Niangua Arm.
LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo. — A 20-year-old Eldon woman was hospitalized with serious injuries on Sunday after her boat exploded.
LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo. — A Kaiser, Mo. man was flown to treatment on Sunday afternoon following a PWC crash on the Glaize Arm of the Lake.
An evening of paddling that ended under a full moon left 60 kayakers a bit tuckered out, but undoubtedly enjoying the second annual Osage Howler Kayak Race on June 30.
On Thursday, July 5, at their dock on the 55 Mile Marker, Sharon and Lee Mullinix spotted something strange in the water.
LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo. — When two boats collided just after midnight on Sunday, authorities say the driver who may have been at fault didn’t stick around for long.
A local couple who honeymooned at the Lake of the Ozarks 50 years ago is celebrating half a century of marriage, now here as full-time residents.