Camden on the Lake Resort, Spa, & Yacht Club

Address: 2359 Bittersweet Rd, Lake Ozark, Missouri, 65049, United States | 4 star resort
 
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This 4 star resort, located on 2359 Bittersweet Rd, Lake Ozark, is near Spa Shiki, Seasons Ridge Golf Course, and Oaks Course.
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Travel Blogs from Lake Ozark

Hiking in Missouri-Sleeping In the Rain

A travel blog entry by david.pierce on Oct 14, 2013

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Today I went to Lake of the Ozarks State Park which was very close to where I stayed the night before. I hiked several trails through the park and spent the night camping in the park's large campground. The campground was pretty dead with it being a Monday night and I got a nice campsite back in the cut very close to the river. I pretty much just hiked for much of the day. I don't think I ran ...

Long Haul through Missouri!

A travel blog entry by david.pierce on Oct 13, 2013

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Today was a long driving day as I drove from Nashville, TN to Osage Beach, MO. I also ended up crossing the Mississippi for the first time in my life! Leading up to this trip my explanation for wanting to see the west was that I had never been west of the Mississippi before. Today I finally achieved that goal! I choose Osage Beach as a destination through some random research. I learned that it is a pretty big resort town in the warmer months and a ...

High Expectations= Big Dissapointment

A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad on Oct 05, 2013

Sunday, Oct. 5th, shoved off from St. Louis for a stressful drive to the Lake of the Ozarks. First the busy 4 laners with the tractor trailers and then the most winding roads ever and absolutely not a single amount of a shoulder anywhere! If you drift even slightly off the edge of the road, forget it. Your vehicle will be rolling around down the bank. Jim drove and I'm sure it was stressful for him. Absolutely no margin for error ...

Back in the Ozarks again...

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Oct 02, 2013

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... with them, so they declined a radio interview with us (which is understandable, but a bummer).

We DID hear back from an at-home daycare with 15 kids in it. So after trying to get flyers around town (and trying not to get too wet while we're at it), we ended our day at the Bright Starts Day School...Jessica, who runs it, was so excited because one of the kids turned 2 today. So John did a ...

Made it to Missouri!

A travel blog entry by natolir on Aug 17, 2013

Blake's brother is a Marine stationed at Fort Leonard Wood Missouri. We were able to see him for the day and relax by the Lake a little. It is an amazing lake. It is huge and has numerous different stretches that reach out from it like a web. Very nice ...