Camdenton, Missouri is the county seat of Camden County. It is located along the Niangua arm of the Lake of the Ozarks, and well-known for its accessibility to the lake’s visitors. The Camdenton area is frequented by Lake of the Ozarks guests and visitors, making it a common vacation area in Missouri. Camdenton also draws in local residents from areas such as Gravois Mills and Versailles. Because of its connection to the lake, Camdenton is known as an outdoor area. It boasts both state and local parks. The Camdenton area was originally populated by Osage and Delaware Native American tribes, which the French in the area called “AuxArcs,” pronounced Ozarks. Camdenton is also known for being Time Station 31 in the Race Across America, an annual ultra marathon bicycle race.
Directions to our firm from Camdenton or the Lake of the Ozarks area are as follows: Take Highway 54 northeast toward Columbia. Exit onto Highway 63 North. Follow Highway 63 to Columbia and the Stadium Boulevard exit. Take the Stadium Boulevard westbound past the football stadium, the Broadway. Our firm is on the SW corner of Stadium and Broadway.