New Spring Wellness Center
The Lake of the Ozarks is an absolutely gorgeous area and we are thankful that our wellness center is located here! At New Spring Wellness Center we are committed to helping you lead a happy and healthy lifestyle. When you visit the Lake of the Ozarks there are endless activities to keep you entertained. active, and healthy! Of course, if you plan to visit the area soon, we would love to see you at our wellness center to replenishing your essentials vitamins and nutrients with our IV Vitamin Infusions that take 30 minutes or less. If you’ve never visited the area before, Lake of the Ozarks is centrally located in Missouri and a short drive from Kansas City and St. Louis. Read on to find out what the area has to offer and what you can do to stay active and healthy while you are visiting.
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Have an Outdoor Adventure!
The landscape and scenery alone make Lake of the Ozarks a great place to visit. From rolling hills, over 1,000 miles of gorgeous lake shoreline, natural bluffs, and unique terrain, having an outdoor adventure is one of the best ways to take advantage of the area. Check out a few fun things to do outdoors when you visit!
If you want to take in mother natures beauty, a great way to do so is to visit one of the free state parks in the area! Our state parks at the Lake of Ozark’s feature lake access, miles of hiking trails and much more! Spending time outdoors is a great way to relax your mind and help you with your wellness goals.
Lake Of the Ozarks State Park
Lake of the Ozarks State Park has 17,441 acres just south of Osage Beach, two public beaches, boat launching areas, hiking trails, horseback riding, and much more! When you visit Lake of the Ozarks State Park, you can enjoy swimming, hiking, boating, a picnic lunch, and more!
Ha Ha Tonka State Park
Ha Ha Tonka contains over 3,600 acres on the Niangua Arm of the Lake of the Ozarks just outside of Camdenton, Mo. Ha Ha Tonka features numours hiking trails, lake access, a natural spring that feeds an average of 48 million gallons of water into the Niangua Arm of the Lake daily. Of course, Ha Ha Tonka is famous for its famous castle ruins of a European style castle built in the early 1900s by a wealthy Kansas City businessman who soon after passed away from an automobile accident. The family attempted to keep the castle and land in the family but eventually sold it to the State of Missouri in 1978 and opened it to the public for everyone to enjoy!