As a Land Owner in Forbes Lake of the Ozarks Park you automatically become a member of the Landowners Association (LOA). The LOA is a Not-for-Profit corporation, governed by a five person Board of Directors who are elected by the members of the Association. One of the Boards most important areas of concern is maintaining and repairing roads.
The Board also establishes rules covering all aspects of the Parks corporate and financial functions, appoints members of the Environmental Control Committee (ECC), and enforces all the provisions of the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions and the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws.
Annual dues are assessed and used for improvements and maintenance of the roads, recreational areas and payment of Association property taxes, security and insurance. Dues are payable annually by each lot owner on or before October 1st.
Phone: (660) 438-4039
Fax: (660) 438-4093
The Forbes Land Owner's Association was formed in 1983 in a country setting that is inhabited almost exclusively by wildlife. The center of Forbes Lake of the Ozarks Park is located 19 miles from downtown Warsaw Missouri. Warsaw is 93 miles north of Springfield, 125 miles southeast of Kansas City, and 223 miles southwest of St. Louis.
Missouri's state capitol is located in Jefferson City, Missouri and is just 100 miles northeast of Park. The maximum altitude of the Park is 953 feet, with its heavily-forested slopes extending down to the Lake. The lowest altitude is 659 feet at the water’s edge.
Located in Benton and Camden counties, the park encompasses over 12,800 acres and consists of over five miles of shoreline on Lake of the Ozarks. The Park has three interior lakes that average over 20 acres each and includes such recreational amenities as boat launching sites, RV Park and picnic areas. Trees of varying sizes are found throughout the area, featuring oak, walnut, hickory, elm and sycamore. Because the park contains rolling hills, narrow valleys and rugged outcroppings of limestone, there are many excellent views to be had of the three inland lakes, Missouri countryside and of course, the Lake of the Ozarks itself.