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There's Still Time to Register for the World Record Boat Parade Attempt!

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This is the big boat parade weekend and we need your help! If you own a boat at the Lake of the Ozarks, we'd love to have you out to support this awesome event in hopes to bring a world record to our amazing lake! Our Best Lake Attractions fully support this fantastic event and we hope you can bring all of your boating friends out to support the event, as well! Check out all the details below: Photo Credit: Fun Lake GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ Attempt for the Largest Boat Parade MHQ – Mortgage Headquarters presents the Lake of the Ozarks GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS attempt for the Largest Boat Parade.  MHQ will be the Grand Marshall of the parade leading the rest of the boats to try to beat the world record of 1180 boats. The Lake of the Ozarks is excited to attempt to break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for the Largest Boat Parade.  The record is currently held in Malaysia with 1180 boats.  Our goal is to not only bring this record to Missouri but to Lake of the Ozarks. We NEED your h

Opening Weekend at Big Surf!🌊

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Big Surf's opening day is almost here after postponing opening last weekend due to low temps. The best waterpark in Missouri is thrilled to be able to kick off our opening weekend with you! Whether you've never been to the waterpark or you're a Big Surf season pass holder, we can't wait to show what awesome rides you can enjoy at this Lake of the Ozarks waterpark .  Zambezi Falls An exhilarating three story drop down the Lake’s Largest Half Pipe full of rushing water. Cross your feet, put your chin to your chest, hold tight, and scream – LOUDLY The Rapids Whirl and twirl your way down the white water rapids at Big Surf. Start this ride on either the big yellow slide or down below in the first catch pool for a kinder, gentler experience. End up making a big splash in the 3-foot-pool at the end of the rapids. Wave Pool The Lake’s Other Giant Body of Water! Our 375,000-gallon pool generates waves up to three feet tall. Relax in the shallow area or grab a tube and hit the