Dogwood Festival wraps up 62nd year

Lake’s oldest festival concludes this year's version today

Student artists, families and guests enjoyed seeing more than 100-plus pieces of artwork on exhibit Friday evening at the Camdenton High School during the Camdenton Schools’ Fine Arts Gallery, which was part of the Dogwood Festival festivities.

Student artists, families and guests enjoyed seeing more than 100-plus pieces of artwork on exhibit Friday evening at the Camdenton High School during the Camdenton Schools’ Fine Arts Gallery, which was part of the Dogwood Festival festivities. Photo by Samantha Edmondson.

The oldest festival at Lake of the Ozarks, this year’s 62nd Annual Dogwood Festival promised to be more fun than ever.

Taking place at various locations in the Camdenton area, this year’s festival started last weekend and concludes today.

First held in 1950, the Dogwood Festival is considered the “granddaddy of them all” when it comes to fun events at Lake of the Ozarks. The festival draws upward of 10,000 attendees to the town of Camdenton with this celebration spring in the Ozarks.

Today, the festival will conclude with the annual Dogwood Classic Golf Tournament at Old Kinderhook.

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