Lake Of The Ozarks 64th Annual Dogwood Festival April 24th Thru 26th

Dated: April 23 2014

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Fun for the entire family, crafts, pageants, food, entertainment, parade, golf tournament, fish fry and carnival.

Thursday April 24, 2014 thru Saturday April 26, 2014
For the 64th year,The Camdenton Area Chamber of Commerce presents the Dogwood Festival!
This event is immensely popular at the Lake of the Ozarks, and draws more than 10,000 visitors each year. Kick off spring with a visit to the festival, where you can enjoy live music, food, a carnival, beauty pageants, garage sales, arts and craft sales and displays, fish fries and more.  Let us know how much fun you had!  

This enduring festival in Camdenton celebrates the springtime beauty of Missouri‚Äôs state tree.  Dogwoods dot the forested hills around the Lake of the Ozarks, with white and pink blooms signaling the coming of spring and summer.  The Dogwood Festival offers fun for the entire family.  Events include a parade, carnival, crafts, several pageants, golf tournament, fish fry and plenty of other festival food, plus entertainment.
For a full schedule of events s below, with a map of locations following, visit the festival website for more information:


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