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Ozark, Missouri

Christian County, Missouri was established in March of 1859 and shortly after that in 1890 the city of Ozark Missouri hit the map. It was named the County seat of Christian County and the historic Christian County court house was constructed in the heart Ozark square in 1913.

In 1973 the Christian County Court House, that was designed by Henry H Hohenschild, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Over the years the city of Ozark as grown into a center of business, residential housing and culture. Ozark also has an abundance of natural beauty, from rolling hills to beautiful lakes and rivers that provide for excellent fishing.

Ozark Missouri has received  high marks from bizjournals “Best Quality of Life” ranking. It was also nominated as the one of the best places to go antiquing in the area by Rural Magazine. It is also home to the Smallin Civil War Cave. Ozark also is home to a well known local disk golf course located at the Neal Grubaugh Park.

life in ozark, missouri

History

From the depths of Arkansas, settlers began their journey in the late 1700s to a place they called Ozarks. Henry Schoolcraft was among those pioneers and made his way there in 1818 where he studied its geological makeup with an emphasis on minerals such as lead and zinc. But what truly amazed him was Elk Valley’s abundance of elk, bear, and other wildlife – leading it to become one of America’s earliest hunting grounds until hunters eventually drove them into extinction by the 1880s.

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Frequently asked questions about Ozark, Missouri

The Ozark region is known for an abundance of sparkling springs, waterfalls, lakes, caves, caverns, and sinks (also known as karstic landforms). In addition, there are many manmade landmarks, such as the Lake of the Ozarks.

The word “Ozark” derives from the corrupted French “aux-arcs,” a shortened form of a term probably meaning “to [or toward] Arkansas Post” or referring to the area where the Arkansas (Quapaw) Indians resided near this early French post in the Arkansas River delta.
Missouri’s most popular lake destination features more than 1,100 miles of shoreline – that’s more shoreline than the coast of California. The Lake of the Ozarks offers access to public beaches, great fishing, and plenty of room for fun and recreation on the water.

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Top places to visit in Ozark, Missouri

Lambert's Cafe

Folksy local chain with classic Southern-American fare & “throwed rolls.” No credit cards. Located between Springfield and Branson Missouri on the corner of Highway 65 and CC, LAMBERT’S CAFE II is the second cafe in the series of three. LAMBERT’S CAFE II was opened on March 7, 1994. Construction was done by local contractors with big help from Joe “Dirt Man” McMullen.

Smallin Civil War Cave

Smallin Cave was the first documented cave in the Ozarks. It was written about at great length in Henry Rowe Schoolcraft’s journal in 1818. Schoolcraft was a significant explorer in the United States.