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Roughly translated from an Osage phrase meaning “smiling waters,” Ha Ha Tonka State Park is home to an outstanding bird’s-eye perspective of Lake of the Ozarks, plus the ruins of an early-1900s castle that have since been taken over by the state.
For more information about rivers in the area, check out Paddling the Ozarks, by Mike Bezemek.
Along its 150-mile course through the northwestern Arkansas Ozarks, the Buffalo National River passes remnants of frontier-era settlements.
Well, sorry, those Ozarks are actually in Missouri, but these Ozarks are pretty incredible and should be on your Arkansas itinerary.Bump This State to the Top of Your Post-Pandemic Wishlist|Cassandra Brooklyn|August 26, 2021|The Daily Beast
The immunization numbers are even lower in Camden and Miller counties, which include the popular tourist destination Lake of the Ozarks, a notorious gathering spot that, after a raucous July 4 weekend, could be in the midst of an even nastier surge.It’s Summer 2020 on Steroids in This COVID Tourist Trap|Pilar Melendez|July 9, 2021|The Daily Beast
Why did you switch the setting from the Ozarks to Louisiana?True Detective Director Cary Fukunaga’s Journey from Pro Snowboarder to Hollywood’s Most Wanted|Marlow Stern|February 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Dickens of the Ozarks talks jazz, how his first book was published, and what he always carries with him.
Have you used your book money and movie royalties to build the biggest house in the Ozarks?
Woodrell and his wife, the novelist Katie Estill, live in the Ozarks, where we recently caught up with him.
Has your family been in the Ozarks as long as anyone can remember?
In the Ozarks he made his living by hunting and fishing, and for some years lived almost the life of a hermit.
He was a northern man, well educated, and had come to the Ozarks for his health, being threatened with consumption.
Even the conflict which had raged along the borders of Missouri and Kansas had only come as a faint echo among the Ozarks.
He was thought brave, for no man in the Ozarks dared to stand up against him in a fight, but at heart he was a coward.
He had stumbled on the secret route through the Ozarks through which recruits for the South passed.