Lake of the Ozarks- Among the Nations Best Places to LIVE and BOAT!

A recent article in the June 2011 issue of Boating Magazine, hailed the Lake of the Ozarks as one of the top ten boating destinations in the contiguous United States. The editors of the national publication surveyed the boater friendly places to live and boat and took into account the livability, public access, convenience, and also relaxing getaways that could serve those looking for either a primary or secondary boating home (Griffin, 2010).

Coming in at number 7, the Lake of the Ozarks was touted for it sheer size, (55,000 square feet and 1,150 feet of shoreline), as well as the plentiful public and private lake access points. The Lake of the Ozarks is the nation’s largest man-made lake not created for flood control purposes. This means the lakes water levels remain more consistent, making living and boating on the Lake of the Ozarks much more enjoyable than most man created lakes of it size. The Lake of the Ozarks also won acclaim for the availability of waterfront proximity homes as well as the variety of waterfront establishments. The Lake of the Ozarks is unique for the availability of everything waterfront from dining, to shopping, to golfing or clubbing nearly everything can be done on the water, to quote the author “You’ll never need dry land again”!

As any lake regular could tell you the confirmation as “one of the best places to live and boat” is a title this community was made for. We know many of the attractions available here can be found nowhere else! If you have ever considered relocating or vacationing in this exceptional lake community, give the Fran Campbell Team a call. Whether you are in the market for a luxury waterfront home, condominium, fishing cabin, commercial property, or lot to build your dream home, this team of experienced real estate professionals can help you navigate all the Lake of the Ozarks has to offer! Call us today at 573-302-2390, or visit our website at

Griffin, S. (2011, June). 10 best places to live and boat. Boating Magazine, 54. Link the full text at:


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