Travel & Lodging Information

The Tan Tar-A’s Margaritaville Resort is the headquarter hotel for the conference. Tucked away on the banks of the Lake of the Ozarks in Osage Beach, on 420 scenic acres, Tan-Tar-A Resort is a refuge for endless recreation. Tee off on two championship golf courses, built for players of all levels, or set out on a lake cruise with jet-ski, power boat and paddle boat rentals at the resort's full-service marina. Fresh seafood, hearty Ozark specialties, and casual fare can be found in our eight restaurants. Embrace your own corner of calm at Windjammer Spa, where the perfect massage brings balance to your stay. Spend the day cooling off at Timber Falls Indoor Waterpark, or explore local trails on horseback. Waterfront surroundings, elegant accommodations with custom furnishings, and lakeside adventures make for truly memorable escapes.

A block of rooms with a special rate has been reserved for your convenience. The conference rate is available for dates booked between July 27, 2019 - August 3, 2019. The special room rate will be available until July 8th or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first.
Rates are:
Guest Rooms: $134
One Bedroom Suite: $249
Two Bedroom Suite: $388

Reservations may be made at Margaritaville Lake Resort's Website.

The closest airports that receive major airlines is in Springfield, MO or Columbia, MO which are both approximately 90 miles away.

Springfield, MO includes United, Delta, & American Airlines. More information can be found here: Fly Springfield

Columbia, MO includes United, & American Airlines. More information can be found here: Columbia Regional Airport

St Louis and Kansas City airports are approximately 180-200 miles away. Directions from all airports can be found on Margaritaville's website.

At the time of construction, the Lake of the Ozarks was the largest man-made lake in the United States and one of the largest in the world. It was created to provide hydroelectric power for customers of Union Electric, but it quickly became a significant tourist destination for the Midwest. Most of its shoreline is privately owned, unlike many flood-control lakes in the region that were constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The relatively stable surface elevation has created ideal conditions for private development within a few feet of the shoreline. There are over 70,000 homes along the lake, many of which are vacation homes. Spectacular scenery characteristic of the Ozarks has also helped to transform the lake into a major resort area, and more than 5 million people visit annually. Lake of the Ozarks website