Video and Pictures of Party Cove on a Holiday Weekend
Click any of the camera pictures above to view HD live streaming video at Lake of the Ozarks. Camera 3 is a zoomed in view from our commercial Lake of the Ozarks
real estate, pointing down the Grand Glaze Arm of the lake and captures live video of boats coming and going to Party Cove. On weekends during the summer I turn camera 3 into Red Bud cove
to show viewers what Cove N' Out is all about, per the picture below.
Camera Pictures taken at
Lake of the Ozarks Live updated every 10 seconds dawn to dusk
With our Lake of the Ozarks commercial real estate being just 2 miles by water from Party Cove, with investors and developers from around the country
asking what is party cove and why would I be interested in it if your property is 2 miles from it. Well as the old saying goes "a picture is worth a
thousand words and a video is much better"
Party Cove is the popular name given for a gathering point of people and boats in Anderson Cove, a cove in Lake of the Ozarks
in Missouri that according to the
New York Times is the oldest established permanent floating bacchanal in the country.
You will not see Party Cove on any map or advertisement from any chamber of commerce or city's surrounding Lake of the Ozarks.
Party Cove started close to the dam in what is know as "Millionaires Cove" on the 7 mile marker, then it moved to the 14 mile marker for a number of
years. Basically various coves on the lake have hosted "Party Cove" since the 1960s, the informal event has been pushed out by private owners
until 1996 when it moved to Anderson Hollow Cove within the confines of Lake of the Ozarks State Park at the 4 mile marker of the Grand Glaize Arm of
the lake, about 2 miles southwest of the Grand Glaize Bridge. By boat which is the only way to get to party cove, go under the Grand Glaize Bridge,
follow the main channel of the glaze arm to the right. Go about 1 plus mile down the main channel of the glaze arm until you come to a point where you are
forced to go left going deeper into the state park. Once past the point on the left, Anderson Hollow is the 1st large cove on the right across from the
ROCK BLUFF. This static Google MAP picture, shows the location of Party Cove.
The cove itself is about 2 miles long and 250 yards wide. On summer weekends often one sees 3,000 pleasure boats in Anderson Hollow. On major
holidays as Memorial Day, the 4th of July and Labor day it can easily exceed that amount. Boats gather in the cove
lining up in two rows tying up together, with newcomers running a gauntlet of water cannon's. Party Cove is not for the... by Missouri laws it is
legal for women to be topless but not bottomless. Hey we don't believe in discrimination if men can run around topless so can women!