The city of Linn Creek is located between Camdenton and Osage Beach along highway 54 by water Linn Creek is located near the mouth of the Big Niangua and Linn Creek Cove is located at mile marker 31. It's a long cove - about two-and-a-half miles long. There is a marina at the mouth and the usual smattering of homes and cottages along both shores. Linn Creek Coves narrow sheet of water covers the site of the original seat of Camden County and the only complete town to be inundated by the lake.
The mid 1850s were the days of steam boating; there were scarcely any railroads in Missouri. Steamboats could carry a good deal more freight than a wagon; hence people and goods moved by boat as far as the river would permit. Depending on the depth of the river, Linn Creek and Warsaw generally were considered the head of navigation on the Osage River. Both towns became major transshipment points for much of southwestern Missouri.
Linn Creek has a very quaint and comfortable ambiance. But there are still plenty of opportunities for fun and entertainment. You can explore caves, go sky diving, dive into the communities’ history, or relax and enjoy the view at a winery. Linn Creek has plenty to offer people of all ages.
Located in the town of Linn Creek, MO. at the Lake of the Ozarks area just off Highway 54 on State Road V. the Camden County Museum has family entertainment through their dinner theatre presentations. There are events throughout the entire season such as crafts shows, business expos, tea dances, town and country markets, Apple Butter Fall Festival Days, and a Benefit Golf Tournament. The Christmas season features the Festival of Trees, Wreaths, and Decorations and incorporates several family events. Crafters like the Ozark Weavers create rugs on a 100 year old loom. The areas school built after Linn Creek was relocated whenBagnell Dam was in place is now the Camden County Museum. Each classroom has been renamed for one of the surrounding communities, and each has a theme. For example, the old Principal’s office is now named “Camdenton,” and the space now houses a gift shop. When you visit, you’ll be stepping into a time capsule. You’ll see clothing, tools, photos, and furniture from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. All in all, the museum consists of several lifetimes’ worth of collectibles, detritus, and treasures. It is a window to our past as hard working Heartland people and an open door to the history of Camden County.
Just a few miles down A road is the Missouri Trap Shooters Association Trap Range. This is one of the premier trap ranges in all of the Midwest. Stretching nearly 1 mile long the range features 60 traps and is an annual host for the Missouri State Trap Shoot.
Seven Springs Winery and Vineyards sits atop 160 acres of rolling Missouri foothills between Camdenton and Osage Beach. The winery is less than a 10 minute drive from either location. The winery serves Missouri wines, sangrias, and a few micro-brews for those with an alternative pallet. They offer wine tastings and a light menu consisting of soups, sandwiches, cheese trays, and bread with various dipping oils. The covered porch and patio area are ideal for enjoying a glass of wine and admiring the beautiful views.
Big Surf Waterpark-For any age, for any amount of time, Big Surf has a variety of rides and attractions! Zambezi Falls an exhilarating four story drop, Challenger Flumes race and rush down dueling 300 feet water slides, Lazy River 600 feet of relaxation, Wave Pool 375,000-gallon pool that generates waves up to three feet tall, Splash Island a zero-entry pool suited for younger children with water levels ranging from just six to 18 inches, Space Bowl is thefirst of its kind in the US, Space Bowl drops you from a sweet, swift slide into a 30-ft wide bowl, and after you can dry off and enjoy sand volleyball, shuffleboard, pool, or basketball in the Surf Club area.
Nestled in the Auglaize River Valley is The Golf Club at Deer Chase. Designed by Roger Null the Golf Club at Deer Chase offers a challenging track. The course features Bermuda fairways, multiple zoysia tees and the largest bent grass green settings in the area. You can enjoy 18 holes on this public course that offers private club amenities including a driving range, golf shop, and practice greens. Also there is the Chase Tower Grill plus a clubhouse banquet facility.
Linn Creek is in the Camdenton R-III school district and has three preschools and three private schools.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city of Linn Creek has a total area of 1.31 square miles (3.39 km2), all of it land.
Linn Creek is probably the oldest community at the Lake of the Ozarks. The original town of Linn Creek was partially relocated as a result of the construction of Bagnell Dam. Linn Creek is an ideal spot for someone that would like to live in a more historic style community. There is a nice variety of historic style homes and more modern homes.
The following spreadsheet offers a snapshot look at the total units sold, gross sales volume, average list price, average sales price, average days on market and the total foreclosure sales; starting with the year 2011 for the following property types; Lakefront Homes, Offshore Homes (includes Lakeview and Lake access homes), Condominiums, Villas & Townhomes (both lakefront and offshore), Lakefront lots, offshore lots (includes Lakeview and lake access) and Commercial.
John Farrell Real Estate believes in long lasting friendships. Fast, complete real estate listings begin immediately to support the process of finding, then buying your family's new home. Contact Us today, or simply call (888) 471-1848.
"John Farrell Real Estate is open 7 days per week and provides services to homebuyers, sellers and landlords. Contact us today to speak with one of our highlytrained Agents about selling, buying or leasing in Linn Creek.