Mizzou fans love life on the lake during the summer season. From the Lake of the Ozarks to Table Rock Lake, it’s all about boating, swimming, and relaxing by the lake. Take your summer adventures to the next level and rep Mizzou while on the water!
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Dick’s Sporting Goods stores:
Jefferson City, MO
St. Louis (West County), MO
Osage Beach, MO
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Did You Know?
Missouri Lake Facts
Lake of the Ozarks | Osage Beach, MO
Upon its completion in 1931, the Lake of the Ozarks was the biggest manmade lake in the world. 40% of Midwesterner’s second homes are located in the Ozarks. The original town of Linn Creek, MO, sits beneath the surface of the Lake of the Ozarks. It was moved in the 1930s, and currently sits southeast of the lake.
Pomme de Terre Lake | Springfield, MO
Pomme de Terre Lake is named after the French word for potato. This is likely because of the potato-like plants that grow on the banks of the lake. Pomme De Terre Lake preserves some of the most well-preserved open woodlands and 200-year-old chinquapin oaks in the country.
Table Rock Lake | Branson, MO
Table Rock dam was constructed in the late 1950s. The dam, built on the White River to control floods and generate hydroelectric power, created the 43,100-acre Table Rock Lake with a shoreline of nearly 800 miles. Table Rock Lake received its name from a rock shelf that stands high above the White River about 1 mile downstream from the dam site.
Creve Coeur Lake | St. Louis, MO
“Creve Coeur” is French for “Broken Heart.” During a drought between 1950 and 1955, local government officials had citizens take home fish from Creve Coeur Lake. When the Missouri River refilled the Lake the following year, citizens returned the fish to the lake.