Showing posts from October, 2019

The 34th Annual Harbor Hop

The last big boating event at the Lake of the Ozarks is happening this weekend -- the 34th Annual Fall Harbor Hop! Fall is a gorgeous time of year to go boating and you won't want to miss this fun event. Spend the day "hoping" from over 40 dealer locations across the Lake to try and get a winning poker hand. Read to get all the details from our dock company at the Lake of the Ozarks for the Fall Harbor Hop!

About the Fall Harbor Hop  If you've never participated in a harbor hop before, you may not know how it works. The Fall Harbor Hop is a lot of fun and it gives you the opportunity to spend the day boating and visiting many lakefront restaurants and marinas.
The Rules  Enter the Harbor Hop by stopping at any of the participating dealer locations. To obtain a hand, sign up and pay an optional $20.00 donation (per seven-card hand). A player may enter more than once. The 1st card is drawn at the checkpoint where the hand is purchased; 6 additional cards are obtained b…

Get Things on the Lake Moved Easier and Faster with Our Barge Service!

Moving equipment, materials, and docks on the Lake of the Ozarks can be quite the task and in many cases impossible by roadways. One Source Services makes moving items on the lake easy! Our Lake of the Ozarks barge service can move just about anything and it's typically a faster and more efficient way of transporting things around the Lake. Read on to learn more about barge service!

Why Use a Barge Service at the Lake of the Ozarks? There are numerous reasons and situations that a barge is required at the Lake. One of the main uses for the use of a barge is shoreline construction at the Lake of the Ozarks. Often, getting to the shoreline is easier said than done. That's where the best barge service at the Lake of the Ozarks comes in! Below are a few situations that would require the use of a barge here at the Lake.
Rough Terrain  The Ozark hills we have at the Lake make it extremely difficult to access the shorelines at the Lake. Curvy lake roads, steep hills, and tight spaces…