Two large level areas surrounded by 200 foot hills sloping to the Lake of the Ozarks with our own boat launch ramp and a fairly clear sandy beach for kids
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Lake of the Ozarks Indian Oak Trees in Missouri.
Sandy pebble beach area
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Beautiful water & green space
A big green space and nice little swimming beach area in a cove. Pretty views. We brought our dogs to enjoy the water where it wouldn’t be very busy. Steven was very nice. He is actively working to fix up the place. Can’t wait to return!
Great weekend camping with floyd
This was such a beautiful quiet spot right on the lake. Good swimming, wonderful area for my dog to run around. Steven was very kind and accommodating. There were electric plug ins and potable water if needed. We had a great relaxing time and look forward to coming back!
Excellent, secluded, beautiful place to stay right on the lake!! Steven was very accommodating and his communication was very good. Next time I come to this area I will plan on staying here again! I could not have asked for a better experience.
Hidden treasure in sunrise beach
The two days I spent at Lake of the Ozarks Indian Oak Trees was the highlight of my two-week road trip from California to Massachusetts, meeting up with a couple friends along with our dogs for some rustic camping. Ozark Lake has a huge shortage of quality tent camping opportunities. Given the regional camping culture is heavily R.V. centric, pretty much your only option is a 15x30 foot plot of land between two doublewides–or so I had resigned myself to until I found Steven's property here.
The space is vast and beautiful, and you have the freedom to pick your own adventure, whether you want to set up in the woods in the hills, back in the meadow with the wildlife, or (as we did) down by the lake just a few feet away from a cool swim in the water.
Our dogs had free roam of the property–they possibly had the most fun of us all–I can't remember the last time I've seen them so contently exhausted. From the multiple deer who wandered by to the countless fireflies lighting up after dusk, we enjoyed a full outdoor experience. There's both a propane grill and fire pit, and electricity and potable water were conveniently available via extension cord and garden hose from a nearby building.
Steven is a genial and genuine human. As of the time of our visit, he is still working hard on completing fully functioning bathrooms and showers, which will be great to make this wonderful experience accessible to a wider range of travelers. I am hopeful life affords me the opportunity to pass through the midwest again in perhaps a year or two and can visit again