4 Reasons to Relocate to the Lake of the Ozarks

Lake of the Ozarks is often only thought of as a popular vacation spot. However, there are a lot of reasons you should consider making the Lake of the Ozarks your permanent residence. For starters, enjoy the Lake of the Ozark beauty all four seasons! Watch the beautiful color changes in the Fall, the lake freeze and snowfall in the Winter, wild flowers bloom in the Spring, and best of all boat ALL Summer long! eXp Realty specializes in Lake of the Ozarks lakefront properties and would love to help you relocate to the beautiful Lake of the Ozarks. Still not convinced? Here are four reasons you should relocate to the Lake of the Ozarks.


1. Life on the Water
Living on the water isn't just great in the summer, it's great all year long! You can take your boat out all summer long, but boating is still great in the Fall and Spring. Enjoying a relaxing boat ride in the Fall when the leaves are changing is incredible. If you love to fish, Lake of the Ozarks is the perfect spot. The lake has an abundance of crappie and bass.

Winters here at the lake are a little cold to be out on the water. However, if you purchase a lakefront property at the Lake of the Ozarks, Winter is the perfect season to wrap up in a blanket with a cup of coffee and still enjoy the beautiful view.

2. FREE State Parks
Enjoy the beautiful state parks all year long. There are countless miles of trails at both Ha Ha Tonka State Park and Lake of the Ozarks State Park. If you only vacation at the Lake of the Ozarks, it would be almost impossible to see both parks in their entirety. The best part is, the parks are free!

Ha Ha Tonka is full of sinkholes, caves, a huge natural bridge, sheer bluffs, and Missouri's 12th largest spring. Not to mention the history the park has to offer with ruins of a stone castle that looks over both the spring and the Lake of the Ozarks. Access to numerous trails allows you to look at the entire parks beauty. Enjoy a picnic at one of their numerous picnic spots any time of year.
Lake of the Ozarks State Park

Enjoy swimming, fishing, or boating at this park. Lake of the Ozarks State Park has two swimming beaches, boat rentals, and a paved boat ramp. Take a hike or ride your bike through open woodlands, small springs, and view the Lake of the Ozarks from the top of a bluff. 

3. Endless Entertainment 
Summers at the lake are filled with events, activities, and boating. You will never be bored during the summer at the Lake of the Ozarks. Enjoy live music at the many on the water restaurants. Not to mention all the great restaurants in the area. Most of the restaurants that you enjoy in the summer months are open all year long without the huge crowds you see in the summer months. Lake of the Ozarks is very community-oriented area. Even in the off-season, there is almost always something to do in the area.

4. Best of Both Worlds 
The great thing about living at the lake is having the luxury of living both a fast and slow lifestyle. In the summer the lake is a busy place. There is always something going on and there a lot of people to interact with during the summer. However, the always on the go lifestyle can sometimes get old. The great thing about living at the lake is after the summer is over, things slow down and it gives you time to relax and enjoy the peaceful lake views without all the hustle and bustle.

Lake of the Ozarks is not only a beautiful place to visit but it's also a great place to live. If you have been considering relocating to the lake, Spring is a great time to find a job and buy a home at the Lake of the Ozarks. When you are ready to start your property search, contact Lake of the Ozarks #1 Real Estate Team, eXp Realty! We can't wait to help you find the perfect home!


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