Showing posts from July, 2017

Testimonials About Lake Ozark Vacation Destinations

Lake Ozark Vacation Destinations was inspired by the joy of visiting the Lake of the Ozarks . We have had the pleasure of assisting families with having  dream vacations at the Lake of the Ozarks since 2007. It's been such an honor to be your source for fantastic vacation rentals. Over time, we have met some great people along the way. In this blog, we will give you a few testimonials from clients who have experienced what we do. Client Testimonials Wonderful girls weekend at the Lake. Condo was everything we could have asked for. A beautiful property, very clean and excellently maintained. Awesome view and nice location. Owner was more than helpful with everything. We will be returning in the future. Thanks. CJ As soon as we walked in the door we knew this was going to be a great stay for our family. Such a clean and inviting place to stay. I definitely would recommend this place to any of my friends. We are considering coming back to the Lake next year – guess whe

7 Reasons You Need a Property Manager

Lake Ozark Vacation Destinations understand how stressful it can be to manage a property on your own, but it doesn't have to be. Our property management at the Lake of the Ozarks can take the stress out of owning a rental property for you. In this blog, we will discuss 7 reasons you NEED  a property manager. 1. No more evictions. A good property management company handle eviction notices for you. This is not a fun process and we take care of it for you. 2. Stress-free rent payment management. Managing your tenants and making sure everyone is paying on time can be very stressful. Why take that stress on when a property management company can do it for you at an affordable rate? 3. You'll have someone keeping an eye on your property when you can't. It is very difficult to be able to check on your rental property every day. We all have lives and they can be busy. The best property management company is Osage Beach can take care of that for you! 4. Your pr

The BEST Fishing Takes Place at the Lake of the Ozarks

The Lake of the Ozarks holds some of the BEST fishing in the country . The lake covers 54,000 acres and over 1150 miles of shoreline. We know what you're thinking, "I'm a lake vacationer, how do I know where to when to catch certain types of fish at the Lake of the Ozarks?" Our vacation rental company at the Lake of the Ozarks is here to give you some great insight on knowing when and where to catch certain types of fish and the different varieties of fish the lake holds.  When & Where to Catch .... Bassing Bob, otherwise known as Bob Bueltmann, offers DAILY, WEEKLY, and MONTHLY fishing reports that will better help you to understand when and where to catch certain types of fish. He also has instructional videos and more. A Wide Variety of Fish Species The Lake of the Ozarks holds a huge variety of fish including: largemouth bass spotted bass black and white crappie blue catfish channel catfish flathead catfish white bass hybrid stripers

The Interesting History Behind the Lake of the Ozarks

The Lake of the Ozarks has a rich history behind how it came to be such a great spot to vacation to. In this blog we will discuss the interesting history behind the Bagnell Dam, boating at the Lake of the Ozarks , and how choosing one of our vacation rentals at the Lake of the Ozarks will help you experience some the original lake culture. History Behind the Bagnell Dam As hard as it may be to imagine, 86 years ago, there was no Lake of the Ozarks. In August of 1929, Union Electric of St. Louis started construction of the dam. It was completed only 22 months later. Keep in mind, that this was around the same time the Great Depression started. The dam was the largest continuing construction project in the U.S.A. at that time. Men would come from all around the country to get a job working on the dam. In 1931, the lake water began to fill by one and a half feet per day. The lake was completely full and open to traffic by May of 1931. The dam was named after a close by town, Bagn