A nice day on the lake for a drive up to Camdenton to Ha Ha Tonka State Park. From the dock, we hiked up a hill to find the castle.
I had the pleasure of driving a group around the lake on a beautiful summer day last week. After a relaxing cruise we stopped for a leisurely lunch and then back to the dock. It seemed they had a great time too.
“Planned a fun surprise for a mom’s day out on the lake and hired Captain Jeffrey to handle everything for us! It was a great, worry-free experience to see the sights and dine lakefront while Captain Jeffrey took charge of the docking, filling gas and making sure my boat was covered when we returned. I would highly recommend him for your next work-free day on the water!”
While cruising near Lake Ozark last weekend, we happened upon a couple of happy air cruisers with Paradise Parasail! The smile in the bright yellow parachute was great – and the couple looked like they were having a wonderful time. In fact, they may have been some of the last of the customers for this 2020 season – Paradise Parasail is opening back up in May of 2021.
Captain Jeffrey is still open for lake trips this fall (no parasailing of course!) The fall weather is still warm enough to enjoy a 2 to 3 hour cruise on the lake. Just contact us at email@example.com and we’ll get you out on the lake!
Once in a while, it’s time to “get a little bit country” and go to the Hillbilly fair! Complete with country craft, flowers, games, petting zoo, country music and more. This year marks the 51st fair! Lots of good times for sure. The weather Sunday was perfect!
The 2020 Shootout at the Lake of the Ozarks – Day 2. We didn’t make it out for day 1 since the rain was pouring down most of the day. But Sunday, August 30, the sun was out and the boats were racing. We found a few places along the route to toss up the drone to get some overhead shots.
While I enjoyed the speed and the thrill of the boat racing, I prefer to take it easy when I’m at the helm. If you’re looking for a peaceful trip on the Lake of the Oarks this fall, just let me know!
The signs of spring are here at the Lake of the Ozarks. If you’ve ever meandered down any of the lake roads, you’re bound to come across a sight like this. Lake people like to make sure their friends and family know which road to take – and take great pride in making sure their directions are both colorful and helpful!
Whether you’re looking for Dan’s Place or Yance’s (or even TRUELOVE!) , you’re sure to navigate to the right (or left) fork in the road. Spring is a great time to get familiar with the twists and turns (and potholes) of the lake roads.
So yes, the signs of spring are here. It can be a bit chilly and thunderstorms like to rumble through both day and night. But once in a while, we have a 60 degree day and we get to reintroduce our boat to the water 🙂 A smattering of ducks (and one or two seadoos) also enjoy the new season’s warmer weather – and promise of more to come!