The Osage Beach Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of facilities and activities and is dedicated to providing superior customer service and a safe and appealing park experience to all citizens and visitors of the parks.
Did you know?
Osage Beach's Parks and Recreation is fully funded by City Sales Tax. No special taxes exist for parks and recreation.
The City of Osage Beach purchased 92 acres from Ameren UE in 1998, formerly a fish hatchery, for what is now known as the Osage Beach City Park.
The Osage Beach City Park Master Plan was completed in 2000 blueprinting the layout and construction of a 92 acre premier park destination. Many items are still to be constructed per the plan; for example, a lake side boardwalk, Missouri State Park connected hiking trails, a swim beach, and additional playgrounds and pavilions.
The City has invested more than $6 million into the Osage Beach City Park since 1998.