The 2024 Lake of the Ozarks (LOTO) Classic Boat Rendezvous
May 16-19, 2024 @ Hawks Landing Resort
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS ASAP
LOTO Rendezvous Weekend
The host resort again is
The whole resort is reserved for Heartland Classics members IF you get your reservations in before May.
The Heartland Classics Welcome sign at the entrance to Hawks Landing Resort set the tone for the whole weekend.
This early spring event is truly relaxing and casual - ideal for getting to know fellow members and their families.
Co-Chairs for the 2024 LOTO Classic Rendezvous
Mark Engstrom and Jenni McGowin
Now is the time to
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
and MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS
Itinerary and Registration will follow soon – right here!
In the meantime – review the past LOTO Events to learn about the fun to be had. …
2023 LOTO Classic Rendezvous
There was “free time” cruising, but also cruising to meal destinations. Lake of the Ozarks has lots of fun lakeside eateries and the classic boats at the dock always drew a lot of attention.
Thursday Evening at The Cave
Friday Evening at Nautifish
Saturday Lunch at Bear Bottom
Classic transportation to most meals
Togetherness was the theme, it seems, whether in a cruising line or packed in a wagon.
– or by Ozark Public Transportation
Ah – but there was some trouble in paradise …
There were 20 boats ranging from 14′ to 26′ and from 1954 to 2013,
and 60 people from eight states representing 31 ACBS memberships.
Here are some snapshots of boats and people taken and shared by Neil Hoehle, Becky Caddell, John Thompson, Jackie Smick, Marilyn Davenport, Mark Beacom, the Parkers, and Jensens.
to the LOTO Rendezvous Committee led by Mark Engstrom and Jenni McGowin, Randy James and Jackie Smick, and John and Mary Mason.
Lots of planning went into making this a fun and delicious weekend complete with nautical jokes and s’mores at the bonfires.
All kinds of fun and games for the whole family – including grandkids.
This 2023 LOTO event was truly a RENDEZVOUS where friends gathered to use their classic boats and enjoy spring in the Ozarks. There was time to get to know each other. There was a public show on Saturday afternoon, but most of the event was planned for the enjoyment of our own members.