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Small family-friendly resort on the Little Niangua arm of the Lake of the Ozarks. Nine one- to three-bedroom units, full kitchens and cable TV. Located 30 feet from the lake. Boat docks and heated fishing dock. All units are non-smoking and no pets. From Camdenton, north on Route 5, west on Route 7, then south on Route EE two miles.
Lakefront house with three bedrooms, and a large deck with plenty of seating. Lounge chairs and swing on deck, plus table and chairs for outside meals. Covered boat dock with swim platform. Two king size and two twin beds. TV in all bedrooms and living room. You bring food, drinks and clothing. We furnish some fishing tackle for those who would like to try their luck. Fish and/or swim from the dock. Crappie beds have been installed. Weekly rates available. Posted rates based on two persons for two days minimum.
This Lake of the Ozarks property features several unique cabins from which to choose: five Tree House Cabins, rustic yet with many conveniences; one Boathouse Cabin next to the private eight-acre lake; the Cedar View Cabin, overlooking the pool; the Shady Oak Cabin (sleeps 12), facing the woods; and the Oar House (sleeps 12), a more private location with full facilities, fireplace and a large deck looking into the woods.
We have an RV campground co-located.
A secluded, on-the-farm, 1,000-square-foot rustic cabin with a modern kitchen. We offer solitude with no Internet or TV to bother you. Grandpa Isaac Newton Wright built this place in the 1940s by cutting down his trees and dragging them by horse to the home site.
The cabin is remodeled in a rustic decor, and includes an attic loft for additional sleeping space, multiple windows for viewing the landscape, and a private study to enjoy the solitude. Two-night minimum stay required.
Located on a tranquil, quiet, deep cove on the five mile marker of the Gravois Arm of Lake of the Ozarks. Family-owned with excellent water for fishing, boating or just swimming. Your cabin is just steps away from the water, with covered docks and lifts to accommodate up to 20-foot boats.
The ramp for smaller boats is just steps away and Coffman Beach Public Launch Access in Rocky Mount is 20 minutes away on Lake Road Y-20 (8 miles SW of Eldon). Guests comment on the beautiful Christmas lights around all the docks in the cove at night. Many people call it Christmas Tree Cove. The real name is Possum Hollow, although you're just as likely to see a deer or turkey on your way to the Lake.
In the winter, it's so quiet and peaceful here that you can hear your own heartbeat. Relax for a week or get away for a few days.
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