Labor Day 2011 in Lake of the Ozarks extends from Friday 2nd September until Monday 5th September and heralds the end of another scorching hot summer in the most popular resort in Missouri, but whilst it is almost time to pack away your bikinis and flip flops for another year, it is not too late to say “goodbye” to summer in style and celebrate another fantastic year with an almighty bang!
No matter what kind of fun activities you have in mind for Labor Day, you can be certain of a good time during the holiday weekend in Lake of the Ozarks. Labor Day is a chance to enjoy the last summer weekend holiday before the weather turns cooler and autumn rolls in on a chill breeze across the water. So check out all the fun activities on offer at various locations in and around Lake of the Ozarks and see what suits you and your family.
Located in a prime position on Lake Ozark, the Lodge of the Four Seasons is one of Missouri’s premier resorts. Every year the resort hosts a number of fun family activities during Labor Day weekend, and this year is no exception. The whole family can look forward to lots of great activities, including patriotic nails and tee shirt designs, carnival games in the Atrium Pool, and on the Sunday night, a family BBQ followed by a fireworks display across the lake.
Fireworks displays are also a big feature at other resorts across Lake of the Ozark during the Labor Day holiday weekend celebrations. Guests staying at the Tan Tar A resort on Osage Beach can view the fireworks from the resorts grounds, whilst everyone else can watch for free from the water. Bear Bottom Resort has a traditional end of summer celebration on September 4th that also features a free fireworks display. Camden on the Lake Resort on Lake Ozark is also holding a free fireworks display.
For an exciting opportunity to enjoy the many fireworks displays across Lake Ozark, while sailing along on a boat, why not book a Celebration Labor Day Cruise on the lake? Celebration cruises depart from the west end of the Grand Glaize Bridge at Osage Beach and are the ideal way to be a part of the action on the water during the sights and sounds of Labor Day weekend.
Of course, Labor Day at Lake of the Ozarks is not just for families—it is also the party capital of Missouri and the best place to be if you want to let your hair down on the last official holiday weekend of the summer. So if you want to have some good clean fun, head along to the Rehydrate Pool Party at Lazy Gators, as it promises to be the hottest pool party in the Midwest.
And for those who have spent the Labor Day weekend partying hard with the best of them, you might be pleased to learn that Captain Ron’s will be serving up a Labor Day brunch on September 6th between 9am and 1pm, so make sure you are there to enjoy the great food and inimitable atmosphere!