Fun Things to Do in Osage Beach, MO

Looking for fun and unique activities to do this weekend? Take a look at our top spots around Osage Beach and the Lake of the Ozarks region.

Miner Mike’s

Bring the whole family for a day of fun! Miner Mike’s is an indoor fun center located in Lake of the Ozarks. It’s got everything to keep the kids happy and entertained for hours: arcade, crawl maze, rides, and go-karts. Stop by the Longbranch Saloon for great food and drinks. This is a popular choice for birthday parties!

Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf

You can’t go wrong with mini golf! Perfect for dates and families, the award-winning Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf puts a spin on the traditional mini golf experience. Play amid waterfalls, caves, bridges, and more—all surrounded by fun, beautiful landscaping and scenery. Osage Beach’s Pirate’s Cove location has won a Community Beautification Award.

Big Surf Waterpark

This water park, located in Linn Creek, serves up big family fun. It features a wave pool, water slides, a lazy floating river, white-water rapids, and splash pool for the little ones. Highlights include the Space Bowl, where you slide into a large spinning “bowl.” When you get enough of the water, head over to the Surf Club for sand volleyball, shuffleboard, or basketball.

Ozark Distillery

Moonshine lovers will be over the moon at Ozark Distillery, the oldest legal distillery in Camden County. You can tour the facility and discover the process of producing corn whiskey, moonshine, and vodka. Complimentary tastings are available after the tour. Tours and tastings are free of charge. Every bottle made here is meticulously handcrafted and sugar-free. Fun moonshine flavors include apple pie, vanilla bean, cinnamon, sweet tea, and blackberry. The distillery also makes vodka and bourbon whiskey.

Swinging Bridges

Are you brave enough to walk over the Swinging Bridges? The bridges are located in Lake of the Ozarks State Park. One is metal and the other is old, old wood. On both you can clearly see parts that are broken and snapped. The wooden bridge has boards missing and creaks loudly. However, they are safe to cross—some cars even drive over them! But they may not be around much longer, as the state of Missouri ranks them in poor condition.