The Lake of the Ozarks is ranked the Best Recreational Lake in the U.S. Everything the lake area has to offer is within a 30-minute drive from Camdenton. To make sure you always know what is happening around the lake, click here.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade
In-water boat shows
Magic Dragon Car Show
Hot Summer Nights
Pumkin Chunkin Palooza
Crossover Music Festival
Christmas on the Square
Just because you winterized your boat doesn’t mean the fun has to end!
Central to the State and Nation, Camdenton welcomes all businesses, large and small, with features including a strong work ethic, skilled labor force and competitive labor rates, low fuel cost and high quality of life.
Camdenton R-III School System provides an educational system that continues to be recognized as one of the premier districts in the state. Boasting a proud and long-standing tradition of excellence in the State of Missouri, they have earned “Distinction in Performance” every year since 1995. Also included in Camdenton R-III schools is the Lake Career and Technical Center, offering courses to high school students and adults in subjects ranging from agriculture to culinary, including marine technology, metal fabrication, construction, media, health, graphics and computers.
When you re-locate to Camdenton, it will be obvious that our town bleeds purple and gold when you see businesses across town flying their Friday night football flags! Laker pride is alive in nearly every household in Camdenton as CHS offers over 30 successful extra-curricular activities. Explore the CHS website to see what we have to offer your family.
With 12 colleges and universities within 80 miles of Camdenton, enrolling more than 100,000 students, opportunities for advanced training and education are plentiful. Workforce demands can be met with training programs tailored to fit your business needs.
Through various organizational efforts, local employers have a direct channel to the lake area school districts and colleges. Efforts include identifying employer desired credentials and tailoring educational opportunities to fit employers’ needs.
GOCAPS (Greater Ozarks Centers for Advanced Professional Studies) is an example of how business, community and public education can partner to produce personalized learning experiences that educate the workforce of tomorrow, especially in high skill, high demand jobs. The program is open to high school juniors and seniors.