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Osage Casino Project at Lake Ozark | Updates 2022

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OSAGE CASINO LAKE OZARK

City of Lake Ozark, Miller County, Missouri

The Osage Nation is planning to build a $60 million hotel complex with casino, restaurants and entertainment center on a 28-acre site near Lake Ozark in Miller County, Missouri. The Osage have ancestral roots to the land and are seeking federal approval from the U.S. Department of Interior to build the casino.

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Osage Casino Lake OzarkArtist rendering of Osage Casino Resort at Lake Ozark

Osage Casino Lake Ozark

In Oct. 2021 the Osage Nation announced plans to build a $60 million casino, entertainment and hotel at Lake Ozark. The announcement said the tribe had submitted an application to the U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) for approval of a Class II gaming casino near Lake Ozark. Class II casinos do not require state approval.

The federal decision process will take one to two years to determine if the Osage casino proposal complies with the U.S. Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.

If The Osage application is approved, the DOI will transfer the casino land into federal trust with tribal sovereignty to the land and casino gaming rights that are exempt from Missouri laws and regulations.

The Missouri constitution limits the number of casino licenses to thirteen. A federally-approved Indian gaming casino does not need a state license and does not need state approval if similar gaming is already approved in the state.

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News Headlines

News Osage Nation releases first renderinags of Lake Ozark Casino February 22, 2022 - The Osage Nation released these renderings of the casino resort planned for Lake Ozark, Missouri. They include views of the exterior, meeting room, event center, hotel suite with view ... Read more News Osage Casino Lake Ozark: Update Feb 2022 February 17, 2022 - The Osage Nation plans to build a casino, hotel and entertainment center at Lake Ozark, Missouri and is seeking a demolition contractor to clear a vacant motel and accessory buildings from the 28-acre site. ... Read more News Osage Nation plans Missouri casino hotel at Lake Ozark November 7, 2021 - The Osage Nation announced plans in a press release last week to build a hotel with a casino, restaurants and entertainmnent on a site near Lake Ozark in Miller County, Missouri. ... Read more


Location

The Osage Nation owns 28 acres of land at the intersection of Bagnell Dam Boulevard and Osage Beach Parkway.

Osage Nation Ozarks MapProposed site for the Osage Nation Lake Ozark Hotel Casino


Osage Casino Lake Ozark Renderings

February 22, 2022

The Osage Nation released these renderings of the casino resort planned for Lake Ozark, Missouri.

Osage Casino Ozarks Aerial Rendering

Meeting and Banquet RoomOsage Casino Ozarks Meeting Room Rendering

Event CenterOsage Casino Event Center Rendering

Hotel Suite with View of Lake of the OzarksOsage Casino Hotel Suite Rendering

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Timeline

Oct 2021
The Osage Nation announced plans in late October 2021 the build a $60-million casino, hotel and entertainment destination at Lake Ozarks, Missouri. The tribe said it had applied the U.S. Department of Interior for approval under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988. That process will take one or more years for a decision authorizing Class II casino gaming.

Feb 2022
A demolition contractor will be selected to clear the 28-acre building site at Bagnell Dam Boulevard and Osage Beach Parkway.

Fall 2022
The U.S. Department of Interior is preparing an Environmental Impact Study. A draft report could be published as early as late 2022. Public comments will be solicited in local hearings and mailed responses.

2023
If all issues reported in the Environmental Impact Study can be resolved, the U.S. Department of Interior could approve the Osage Nation's application in 2023. Construction could begin later that year if the project is not delayed by legal challenges.

2024-2025
The opening of the Osage Casino in Lake Ozark could be in 2024-2025 following 18-24 months of construction.

Osage Nation Casinos

Osage Nation is headquartered in Pawhuska, Osage County, Oklahoma. The tribe owns seven casinos in Oklahoma, which are located in Bartlesville, Hominy, Pawhuska, Ponca City, Sand Springs, Skiatook and Tulsa.


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Usage Casino Lake Ozark: Update Feb 2022

February 17, 2022

The Osage Nation plans to build a casino, hotel and entertainment center at Lake Ozark, Missouri and is seeking a demolition contractor to clear a vacant Quality Inn and accessory buildings from the 28-acre building site. A Request for Proposals was published in the Eldon Advertiser on Jan. 3 with a deadline for proposals to be submitted by Feb. 15.

The site demolition will be a step forward for the Lake Ozark project; however, construction can not start until the federal government has approved the casino. Federal approval is not expected until late this year at the earliest.

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Osage Nation plans Missouri casino hotel at Lake Ozark

November 7, 2021

The Osage Nation announced plans in a press release last week to build a hotel with a casino, restaurants and entertainment on a site near Lake Ozark in Miller County, Missouri. The Oklahoma tribe will invest $60 million to develop the project on a 28.3-acre parcel of vacant land located at Bagnell Dam Blvd. and U.S. Highway 54.

Osage Nation announces casino plan for the Ozarks - Courtesy of KCTV5 News, . Available from YouTube

The Osage Nation has historical homeland ties to Missouri. These ancestral lands were ceded to the United States in an 1808 treaty.

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