Lake of the Ozarks State Park is the largest state park in Missouri. The park has many miles of shoreline as well as many trails for hiking, biking or horseback riding. The rain followed us from Columbia and our hopes of hiking were rained out.
We chose not to pull our fifth wheel on the narrow, winding roads to one of the beautiful waterfront sites in the campground. Instead, we stayed in a big site with a view of the woods. We enjoyed watching four deer come out at dusk.
Rock cliffs line the shoreline at Lake of the Ozarks and although we were too early for the fall colors to be at their peak the trees were starting to display the beautiful orange and yellow of autumn.
4 thoughts on “Fall Colors at Lake of the Ozarks State Park”
This one is on our list. You captured some beautiful autumn colors.
It is a beautiful park and definitely worth a visit. I wish we could have stayed longer.
Sorry the rain kept you from hiking, but it sure looks like a great place to camp.
We enjoyed it despite the rain.
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