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Big Surf offers a variety of fun activities. Experience a three-story drop, down a massive half-pipe full of rushing water; race side-by-side, on 300-foot-long waterslides; relax on the 600-foot-long lazy river; spend time in the wave pool, but be prepared for three-foot-high waves every 10 minutes; enjoy special areas just for the youngest members of the family; play "dry-land" games such as volleyball and basketball; and grab a bite at our on-site grill.
Big Surf is located at the Lake of the Ozarks, between Osage Beach and Linn Creek: from Route 54, turn onto Route Y, then turn left at the "T" in the road, and Big Surf will be on your left.
Open Memorial Day weekend thru Labor Day weekend. Call or check our website to see what days we are closed.
This indoor waterpark centers on a three-story "Ozark Wilderness" tree house, topped with a six-foot-wide wooden bucket. The tree house is complete with water blasters and lots of interactive fun. But beware — the giant bucket tips every minute, cascading more than 600 gallons of water on those standing below.
Timber Falls Indoor Waterpark features more than 600 feet of water slides (two slides from the tree house; two from an adjacent tower); an activity pool with water basketball and other games; a 21-seat whirlpool for family relaxation; and a lazy river for tube floating. Locker rooms, seating and a full range of concessions are available.
Located in Tan-Tar-A Resort, at the Lake of the Ozarks. Passes are $22 for non-hotel guests.
Autumn at The Lake
Cooler temperatures don't mean an end to fun at Lake of the Ozarks.
Summer at Lake of the Ozarks
With temperatures rising it's time to get in that water and enjoy all the Lake of the Ozarks has to offer.
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