Feeling good about the community you live in can be just as important as selecting the right home. As a local expert, I can help you find a neighborhood that best suits your needs.
I'm sure you may have noticed, from time to time, a real estate ad or MLS sheet for a property listing at the Lake of the Ozarks, that specifies an area letter for the property (Area A, Area D). Over the years I have had people express confusion and curiosity about what the different areas are and where they are on the map. Below is a map of the MLS areas at the Lake.
Below is a list explaining each area:
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Ha Ha Tonka State Park-A Park Like No Other!
The estate sits on a cliff overlooking the beautiful Lake of the Ozarks. This beautiful view can be enjoyed from several nice lookout decks. You can also stroll up the boardwalk to the old water tower. If you are in great shape, you can follow the boardwalk on around and go down hundreds of steps to the spring head below, but most will want to drive around to the spring.
there when it's icy.
Part way down the spring walk, you will see a little bridge going over the the island. It is seen here in the Fall. If you go over, prepare to hike up a lot of steps and over some pretty rock trails, but, you'll be rewarded on the other side with rushing water and unique sights.
If you stay straight on the board walk, you will eventually come out into a more open spot that is beautiful and then you will have to squeeze between two halves of a giant boulder, which is not stroller friendly, but you can lift the stroller through and on up to the spring head.
On your way out, don't miss the River Cave. You can't go in it, but you can go down the stairs to the entrance and look in and feel how much colder it is than anywhere else. As you can see, Ha Ha Tonka State Park is a beautiful and fascinating place. I live near it and have gone there at all times of year and it is ever changing and ever gorgeous.