Lake of the OzarksNatural phenomenon , Natural environment
Lake of the Ozarks
The Ozark in the webcam was created in 1931 from the Osage River. The lake in the online camera is located on the territory of a large limestone plateau in the central part of the USA, Missouri.
The reservoir in live broadcast is a popular vacation spot for lovers of boat trips or fishing from the shore. The Lake of the Ozarks in the online camera also has all the conditions for swimming: these are two sandy beaches. The area surrounding the water reservoir in the live camera is a state natural park with amazing Ozark Caverns.
Of particular interest to tourists is the Bridal Cave, which appeared several centuries before the formation of the Lake of the Ozarks in the webcam. Stone formation has played a leading role in the culture and folklore of the Osage Indians.
On the banks of the reservoir in the online broadcast there are such interesting sights as:
Ha Ha Tonka State Park
Located along the bank of the Niangua stream of the Lake of the Ozarks in the web camera. The park includes a huge number of karst and forest attractions. Hiking, climbing, exploring the geology, boating, fishing and swimming are popular activities here. Near the northwestern entrance to Ha Ha Tonka State Park lie the ruins of an early 20th century fortress.
Historic Willmore Lodge on Lake of the Ozarks
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Willmore Lodge is the center of the Ozarks as well as a historical museum. The 1931 structure is a bright wooden log building surrounded by water. This building offers beautiful views of the surroundings of Lake of the Ozarks in the online camera.
Swinging Brumley Bridges
This interesting landmark is located on the southeastern border of the Lake Park of the Ozarks, near the small village of Brumley and consists of two steel suspension bridges. Both bridges, the Great Auglaize and the Mill Creek Bridge, were built in the 1930s. The entire area surrounding the two bridges is covered with dense woodland.
This dam is a real miracle of technology that generates hydroelectric power. Visitors to the Bagnell Dam have the opportunity to evaluate the technical solutions of the structure. On the opposite side are classic summer entertainment, family restaurants, shops.
Missouri, where the online broadcast is conducted from, is located in the Midwest of the United States and boasts a diverse landscape from the plains, the Ozark Mountains, the Alluvial Plain and the Missouri River, which divides the state in half. Missouri, where the Ozarks online is located, is rich in a variety of flora and fauna, including reptiles, mammals, birds, fish, trees and shrubs. In addition, Missouri has a large amount of fresh water, numerous rivers and lakes.
In addition to Ozark in the online camera, there are other equally picturesque lakes in the state.
Table Rock Lake
This artificial lake is located in the Ozark Mountains, where the online broadcast is coming from. From the banks of this reservoir offers stunning views of the mountains. Along the east side of the lake is Stage Rock State Park.
Stockton Lake is a V-shaped lake located in three counties of Missouri and covers an area of 100 square kilometers. The lake was created artificially in 1969 as a result of the dam of the Sac River. Picturesque bays are located around it, which makes the reservoir a popular place for kiteboarding, windsurfing, wakeboarding and water skiing.
Mark Twain Lake
Named after famous writer Mark Twain, Mark Twain Lake is a reservoir surrounded by the author’s hometown as well as Mark Twain State Park.
Lake Taneycomo is located in the Ozark Mountains, shown online, along the White River. This is an artificial reservoir, characterized as a lake or a river.
Other Missouri lakes: Lake Smithville, Lake Wappapello, Lake Jacomo, Fellows Lake, Lake Pomme de Terre, Lake Clearwater, Blue Springs Lake, Lake Longview, Truman Reservoir, Lake McDaniel Lake.
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