Have a fine meal at this classic American restaurant, which offers upscale yet casual dining. The bluff-top view is spectacular, especially when the leaves change in the fall.
If you'd rather sight-see than shop, check out Ha Ha Tonka State Park, where towering bluffs offer a majestic view of the Lake of the Ozarks. The remains of a huge, circa 1904 stone castle are a popular attraction inside this park, which also features hiking and walking trails and beautiful natural features. Ha Ha Tonka State Park is a beautiful destination for those looking for adventurous lake vacations in the fall.
Cave tours travel over concrete pathways, through the cave's 60-degree Fahrenheit environment. One-hour guided tours begin every 15 minutes. A stalactite adorned Bridal Chapel is inside the cave. This unique tour is a fan favorite for lake vacations in the Ozarks.