Ozarks Realty 4U, LLC is offering real estate for sale in Ozark County and surrounding counties. This is a unique area with a remarkable heritage. Beautiful weather with four distinct seasons (with relatively mild winter) and abundance of wildlife, and the rich legacy of the area and the people make Ozark County a very desirable area in which to live. Once you have lived in this extraordinary area, you will find that it is hard to live anywhere else!
Ozarks Realty 4U - Caney Mountain Wildlife Refuge Ozark County Missouri.Caney Mountain Wildlife Refuge with 7,900 acres and public lands provides a prime location to enjoy wildflowers in the spring. The views from the highest points are breathtaking. Hiking, camping and hunting area are abundant with springs, caves, glades and savannahs to explore. Managed by the Missouri Department of Conservation, this area is known to be a true gem Ozark County.
Summer brings a wealth of fishing opportunities. Bull Shoals Lake, Norfork Lake, North Fork And Bryant River offer perfect fishing opportunities. Bull Shoals is known for its crappie and bass. Three national records have been set in Ozark County with fish pulled from Bull Shoals. Norfork is famous for its crappie, bass and brown trout. Enjoy these waterways from a canoe or try tubing down the river. Everything you need to enjoy a day on water is available in Ozark County.
A trip to Mark Twain National Forest's Glade Top Trail is a "must see" in the fall when the scenic views are especially beautiful. With trails and picnic grounds thoughout the 22,000 acres, you will experience a variety of native Glade Top Trail Come and see the Beauty plants and wildlife. This natural area can also be enjoyed from your car - It is Missouri's Only National Scenic Byway. An area rich in deer and turkey, Ozark County boasts one of the best hunting success ratios in the state.
A day to our old mills can take you back in time. Enjoy lunch at the restaurant in Dawt Mill bring a picnic and take a tour of Hodgson Mill,or vacation at Rockbridge's Rainbow Trout Ranch resort.
Hootin an Hollarin, held on the square in Gainesville, is a local tradition celebrating more than 50 years of Ozark County tradition. It is one of the states' oldest festivals of music, crafts and community. Hootin and Hollarin Queen ContestHootin and Hollarin Queen There is a Hootin and Hollarin queen, forgotten craft demonstrations and a quilt show. The three day celebration begins the third Thursday in September. Spend a day enjoying the Ozarks, or come and spend a lifetime!