Osage Beach – The city of Osage Beach announced Thursday plans for a new $300 million family resort and entertainment district.
SkyView Partners and Tegethoff Development are collaborating on the project, according to a press release.
“People are in a leisure mentality when they’re there, and there’s just a lack of quality family entertainment on the water,” said Todd Schneider, Skyview’s co-operating partner. For seven years we’ve been working to find something with the right access and the right visibility.The key will be something that can be accessed by boat or road.”
The entertainment district will be developed along the Lakeport site at Highway 54 and Jeffreys Road, adjacent to the Grand Glades Bridge.
Schneider said he is looking forward to opening this destination to families.
“The Lakeport oasis will be unique in the area,” he said.
Admission is completely free at Oasis at Lakeport.
“One thing to note about this is that we’re not going to charge an entry fee,” Schneider said. is different from the amusement park in
Individuals spend money only when they feel like it.
“Hotels, parking lots, marinas, boardwalks, stages, and a number of amusement parks are at the center of a 200-foot-tall Ferris wheel. It’s a modern Ferris wheel,” says Schneider.
Plans for the year-round entertainment district include amusement park rides, hotels, restaurants, an amphitheater, a marina, and boardwalks. Additionally, the gondolas are climate controlled and heated and cooled all year round.
Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe said the project will impact Missouri’s economy.
“Oasis at Lakeport will create more than 500 jobs and bring 500,000 visitors to Missouri, further strengthening one of Missouri’s key industries, tourism,” Kehoe said in a news release. I’m here.
Construction is scheduled to break in 2023, and the resort is expected to open in 2024.