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petrey10 02-08-2012 11:50 AM

Lake of the Ozarks... opinions
 
My family is looking into buying a property on the Lake of the Ozarks. Whats the best areas to get some good wakeboarding/surfin in? I was down there 2 years ago and liked the Little Niangua arm but want to know if there are better areas for boarding. Would like to stay away from the heavy heavy traffic.

augie_09 02-08-2012 1:11 PM

Little niangua arm, osage arm, and sometimes glazier arm (but glazier is a state park ). Avoid Gravios Mills Arm and anything in first ~30miles from Bagnell dam unless you want to drive a while to get to good water.

when we shopped for a lake house at LOZ, we had our realtor show us houses via boat for 3 saturdays in a row during summer. Got a very good feeling that way of water conditions.

jfergus7 02-08-2012 1:21 PM

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Originally Posted by augie_09 (Post 1730753)
we had our realtor show us houses via boat for 3 saturdays in a row during summer. Got a very good feeling that way of water conditions.

That is a great idea. Would have never thought of doing that.

petrey10 02-09-2012 7:00 AM

im sorry but where is the Osage arm? I am familiar with Lil Niangua... really like that arm A LOT... thinking if I can find a place on Big Niangua MM# 1-5 then I would have the best of both worlds being closer to food, drinks, and possibly golf...

augie_09 02-09-2012 7:54 AM

osage arm is MM 34-92 (truman dam). complete opposite side of lake from bagnell dam and commercial side.

petrey10 02-09-2012 10:50 AM

does the osage arm have plenty of stops on it for food, fuel, and entertainment? Just curious as I want to get the best spot I can... I found a condo/house on Big Niangua mm 1 that is a great price and has plenty amenties.... then we are real close to Lil Niangua one way and food and stuff the other way

augie_09 02-10-2012 7:25 AM

it has stops in the first 1/2, and then only 1 stop every 7-10 miles up to the dam getting more fish shack/redneck the higher the mile marker. the area you're looking will have more and better boating destinations.


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