The 2022 Lake of the Ozarks (LOTO) Classic Boat Rendezvous
May 12-15, 2022
ACT NOW !!! Rooms are limited.
Kids & grandkids are very much welcome!
The 2022 host location will be a village of cabins and hotel rooms with lakeside covered docks. It is located in a quieter part of Lake of the Ozarks for comfortable cruising.
Rooms at Hawks Landing sell out a year in advance. This is your chance to be included at this location.
164 Hawker Drive, Camdenton, MO
This location has a large meeting room and outdoor furnished patio, both convenient for visiting and group meals. … ideal for a Classic Rendezvous.
Planned activities for Hawks Landing:
Hawks Landing has a game room, indoor pool, fishing hut, and playground.
Take time to review the 2021 event …
1. Old timers and newbies still came together
2. There were windows for cruising in calm water and no rain – especially Friday evening.
3. The Saturday show still drew spectators
… other boats and scenes from the weekend …
4. Great events happen because of great planning! Thanks to Mark Engstrom and John Mason along with Jenni Webber and Mary Mason.
(That’s a pirate’s hat on John Mason – not a shock of gray hair from this event.)
Sunday Breakfast at Mark Engstrom’s home was such a fine way to end the LOTO event. We got to visit the chickens, the shop, the dogs, and his charming lake house and then visit on the dock – a dock for boats and a living space for cooking, dining, and visiting. And Jenni had laid out a delicious, beautiful breakfast buffet.
Owning a classic boat is a ticket to many things besides maintenance. There’s pride in owning a piece of unique history. Each boat has a story and each guardian has their own story full of memories and dreams. It’s also a ticket to fun events with classic friends around the country.
The event at Lake of the Ozarks allowed classic boat enthusiasts to share those stories and use their boats. Thanks are owed to Mark Engstrom, John Mason, Jenni Webber, Mary Mason, and others of the LOTO area who made this fun weekend a success.
Photo contributors to this post are Randy James, John Thompson, Paul Jenkins, and Kathy Parker