Hike the Lakeview Bend Trail

Rate this Adventure 1.5 miles  - Loop Trail

Added by Payton Bartlett

This trail is easily accessible and offers some great views of the Ozarks.

Starting near the camp store at Lake of the Ozarks State Park, this trail is an easy 1.5 mile hike.Less than a half mile in it will give you the option to go left or right. You will want to go right. Along the trail you will see some amazing bluffs and some great views of the lake. The trail is well marked and easy to follow. The hike should take about an hour if you take it slow and really take in what you are seeing.

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Hiking
Bathrooms
Family Friendly
Lake
Scenic
Wildlife

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