The Lake Ozark Loop is located in Southeast Missouri. Starting in Lake Ozark, this route weaves through the lakeside communities and quickly leaves the crowds behind. Heading Northwest along the curvy ridgetops and past the Ozark International Raceway, the Lake Ozark Loop eventually descends out of the hills into the farm fields into Stover and then Cole Camp.
From Cole Camp, the path turns South and returns to the hills (and the curves). The fun continues all the way South through Warsaw before turning back East. Traveling East the route weaves through farmland and upon crossing Turkey Creek, the path climbs back into the hilltops for more great curves. Be sure to stop for pictures near the historic Little Niangua Suspension Bridge.
The final leg of this route winds through the hills to the South of Lake of the Ozarks before eventually turning back North to return to the starting point in Lake Ozark.
Motorcycle Rides, Missouri, Ozarks, Stover, Cole Camp, Lincoln, Warsaw, Sunrise Beach, Eldon, Gravois Mills, Edwards, Climax Springs, Macks Creek, Montreal, Brumley, Osage Beach, Camdenton
Location: Southern Missouri
Approximate Mileage: 180 miles
Estimated Riding Time: 4.0 Hours
Lake Ozark: Our Lady of the Lake Church
Gravois Mills: Ozarks International Raceway, Lake Ozark Offroad Park “The Loop”, Proctor Lookout Tower
Warsaw: Benton County Museum
Roach: Little Niangua Suspension Bridge
Linns Creek: Camden County Historical Society
Brumley: Haunted Castle House, Lake Ozark State Park
Lake of the Ozarks Loop
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