Cimarron Bay Lake of the Ozarks Vacation Home
|Per night||$175 - $450|
|Per week||$700 - $2,700|
Upon entering the home you notice the large two story window which overlooks the 19 mile marker of the Lake of the Ozarks. The upper level entry area features a master suite with private bathroom. The entry upper level also includes two additional bedrooms, one with a queen size bed, the other with two futon bunk beds.
The lower level of the home contains the kitchen, breakfast bar, dining room and living room with a queen size pull out sofa sleeper. The dining room table seats up to 6 people alongside a breakfast bar which sits 4 and sits adjacent to the sliding glass doors which exit into the huge lakefront deck. The lower level also provides access to the second master suite which also has its own private bathroom complete with a jetted tub and separate shower.
The massive deck which overlooks the lake has a six person table as well as additional chairs to sit and enjoy the lake. A short walk down a lighted concrete path provides access to the one well dock with swim platform as well as attached picnic table. There is covered parking in the form of a two car garage and additional space for two more cars in the driveway of the home.
19 mile marker of the Lake of the Ozarks
Near Porto Cima and The Villages as well as Harbour Bay Condominiums.
After visiting this beautiful region just once, you'll understand why over 3 million people visit the Lake of the Ozarks every year. The Lake can accommodate any interests from sunbathing to shopping, from golf to watersports, from dancing to a relaxing massage.
The Lake of the Ozarks was built on May 30, 1931, and was the largest man-made lake in the world at that time. The lake originated from the construction of Bagnell Dam, which began on August 6, 1929 (four months before the stock market crash of 1929). Fortunately for Missourians, the Bagnell Dam project would bring growth and expansion to the area during the midst of the Great Depression. When completed, Bagnell Dam would create a lake that covers 57,000 acres and features 1375 miles of cove-indentured shoreline. Today, this shoreline is dotted with beautiful homes, hotels, resorts, restaurants, and shops.
Many of the Lake's visitors are watersports fans. To accommodate these visitors, numerous marinas offer boats for rent. Boating fanatics can find every type of watercraft imaginable at the Lake including houseboats, ski boats, sail boats, bass boats, speed boats and wave runners. The Lake features several quiet coves that are great for a cool afternoon swim, sunbathing, or a few quick casts for bass, crappie, or catfish. If more action is on your mind, the main channel is a great place for skiing, tubing, or wakeboarding.
When it's time to head back to shore, the fun doesn't have to end! The communities surrounding the lake feature a variety of activities to suit every interest. Whether you're a kid or a kid-at-heart, you'll revel in the variety of amusement parks, miniature golf courses, go-carts and horseback riding trails that the region has to offer. Also check out the helicopter and sea plane rides, local caves, shops, and festivals, or take a tour of Bagnell Dam.
The Lake area is quickly becoming the Midwest's primary golf destination, and features over 180 holes of championship golf. From beginner to pro, the variety of courses at the Lake will challenge every player, amidst the serene backdrop of the Ozark Mountains.
Vacationers love a good meal, and the Lake area will not disappoint! Whether you're looking for a casual lunch or a candlelit bluff top meal, the Lake has the dining experience for you. While the Ozarks specialize in BBQ and fish, you can easily find cultural fare, including Italian, Mexican, Chinese, and Japanese. For a quick meal, grab a burger, a catfish basket, or a BBQ pork sandwich. Top it all off with some homemade fudge or a banana split at one of the many ice cream parlors. Dinner can range from a perfectly grilled steak to lobster to pasta.
Keep in mind that the Lake of the Ozarks isn't just a summer destination. The Ozark Mountains are famous for their fall foliage, which is a beautiful sight from the calmer waters of the Lake. The milder autumn temperatures are excellent for a round of golf, or a hike through the woods.
Winter features soft snowfall, cozy evenings by the fire, and candlelit dinners with a view of the still Lake waters. The area's numerous shops, including the 110-store Factory Outlet Village, are the perfect source for all your holiday shopping needs. Relax from a busy day of shopping with a massage or cuddle up by the fire with a good book.
|Nov 01 2014||Mar 31 2015||$175||$175||$700||$2,400||-|
|Apr 01 2015||May 27 2015||$250||$250||$1,000||-||-|
|May 28 2015||Jun 30 2015||$400||$400||$2,400||-||-|
|Jul 01 2015||Sep 07 2015||$450||$450||$2,700||-||-|
|Jul 01 2015||Sep 08 2015||$450||$450||$2,700||-||-|
|Sep 08 2015||Oct 31 2015||$250||$250||$1,000||-||-|
|Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 10.975%|
|Deposits: 50% of total due upon reservation Remaining Balance due one month prior to your arrival No damage deposit required, provided valid credit card is left in case of damages/additional cleaning.|
|Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: $125 cleaning fee.|
St. Louis, MO
July 17, 2013
This house provided a nearly perfect place for our family. Great location and plenty of room, it also offered a beautiful view of the lake from inside and out. The only negatives were the relatively poor quality of mattresses and the carpeting is just about shot.
November 28, 2012
Had a great time,great location for our family, there needs to be upgrade to the kitchendishes and utensials