Plans are underway for the construction of a new Marriott Hotels Ozarks Lake in Missouri. Along with Fred Ross, owner of Big Thunder Marine, St. Louis-based SkyView Partners, and Tegethoff Development, the concept was unveiled. Further, the amusement park and 1,000-space parking garage are expected to open in the summer of 2024.
Furthermore, site development is set to start in the summer of 2023. The new Marriott Hotels resort is anticipated to have a 26,000-square-foot convention center. Additionally, it will have a full-service spa, restaurants, an outdoor pool, pickleball courts, and a fitness center. It will be professionally managed by Aimbridge Hospitality of Plano, Texas.
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The Marriott Hotels on Ozarks Lake will be next to a cutting-edge waterpark that will be built by OpenAire. It will be 50,000 square feet in size and totally enclosed. The top waterpark management business in the country, American Resort Management (ARM), based in Erie, Pennsylvania, will run the waterpark. The hotel and waterpark are both anticipated to be finished in 2026.
Additionally, according to Todd Schneider, co-managing partner of SkyView Partners, “Our goal for Oasis at Lakeport is to deliver a year-round family-friendly offering with attractions and entertainment for everyone to enjoy.”
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Oasis at Lakeport is a new $350 million family resort and entertainment area that will be built along the Lakeport site in Osage Beach, Missouri. It will be built on land purchased by Big Thunder Marine in 2021. The plot is located at Highway 54 and Jeffries Road next to the Grand Glaize Bridge.
Plans call for building a 25-acre amusement park with attractions, a 26,000-square-foot conference center, and restaurants. In addition, 200 boat docks for the general public, and a parking garage with 1,000 spaces in addition to the Marriott Hotels on Ozarks Lake. Furthermore, a 200-foot-tall observation wheel, thrill rides geared toward adults and children, and roller coasters will all be available as entertainment options.