This rule is somewhat lax in the deepest part of party cove where boats loop around for a boating version of cruising the strip on a Friday night the "gauntlet" as we used to call it but don't count on leniency. The cove itself is about a mile long and yards wide. I'm not disrespecting pontoon boats, I like them actually and will probably own one someday, but there aren't enough bumpers in the world to protect fiberglass from the sharp edge of a piece of aluminum. A little courtesy can go a long way to keeping minor problems from becoming large headaches. If your boat has trouble going in or out of gear, dies when shifting, or otherwise has a problem that makes maneuvering difficult, you should know that stops can be abrupt, with space between boats and swimmers negligible. Bring at least one anchor.
Missouri Route runs southeast from U. Numerous settlements are located near or on the Lake of the Ozarks. Google Safe Browsing reports its status as safe. The cove itself is about a mile long and yards wide.
For the most part, tens of thousands of people have enjoyed the party cove at the Lake of the Ozarks over the decades, and by taking responsibility for our own behaviors we can demonstrate these laws are not necessary, and ensure this tradition will go on for many years to come. Navigating the party cove can be tricky, and your boat needs to be working properly to do so safely. Views Read Edit View history. The cove itself is about a mile long and yards wide. If you like to meet new people, from all walks of life, then party cove is your destination to see, and be seen. In , Major General Bill McCoy, commander of the Fort Leonard Wood Army base, declared Party Cove "off-limits" to Army personnel from the base for safety and health issues after a Fort Leonard Wood soldier suffered a broken neck and a soldier and a civilian employee drowned in separate incidents in the cove area that summer.