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WELCOME TO POMME DE TERRE LAKE The Pomme de Terre Lake Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes vacationers, outdoor sportspersons, new residents, and new businesses to our community. We invite you to take a moment to enjoy our beautiful lake.

Table of Contents Accommodations Guide.................. 12-13 Area Churches.......................................21 Area Festivals................................... 22-27 Business and Service Directory....... 30-37 Camping at Pomme de Terre.................10 Fireworks over the Water......................28 Fishing at Pomme de Terre Lake...... 15-16 Missouri Conservation...........................14 50 Years at Pomme de Terre....................6 Water Patrol/Lake Safety.........................9 What’s New at the Lake?.........................4

Maps Pomme de Terre Lake Map......................2 Hickory County Map........................ 18-19 Hickory County Sheriff/Fire Rescue/ Ambulance - Emergency............................911 Non-Emergency: .......................................417-745-6415 Missouri Highway Patrol - Emergency: .....800-525-5555 Non-Emergency: .......................................417-895-6868 Poison Control Center: .............................800-366-8888 Polk County Sheriff - Emergency:..............911 Non-Emergency: .......................................417-777-9020 Safe Shelter for Women:...........................417-777-3229 Citizens Memorial Hospital Non-Emergency: 417-326-6000 CMH 24-Hour Emergency: ........................911 or

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417-328-6301

Utilities

American Broadband: ........................................888-438-4490 (Cable Television & Internet) CenturyTel: .........................................................800-201-4099 (Telephone & Internet) Empire Electric Company: ..................................800-206-2300 (Serving Buffalo, Cross Timbers, Hermitage, Preston, Urbana, Wheatland) Southwest Electric Cooperative: ........................417-722-4491 (Serving Galmey, Pittsburg, Elkton, Quincy and Nemo) Dallas Co. Propane: ............................................417-345-7928 MFA Oil & Propane: ...........................................417-345-2135

Trash Collectors

Bubba’s Rural Trash: ...........................................417-993-1710 Garretson Trash Service: ....................................417-326-7507

Schools

Dallas County Career Center: .............................417-752-3491 Hermitage R-IV: ..................................................417-745-6417 Hickory County Skyline R-I: ................................417-993-4241 Weaubleau R-II: .................................................417-428-3317 Wheatland R-III: .................................................417-282-5833

Others

Division of Aging and Family Services: ...............417-745-6491 Department of Motor Vehicles: .........................417-745-6409 Hickory County Library: ......................................417-745-6939 Missouri Department of Conservation: .............573-346-2210 Missouri State Park Office/Hermitage: ..............417-745-6909 Missouri State Park Office/Pittsburg: .................417-852-4291 Missouri State Parks Reservation: ......................877-422-6777 Missouri Water Patrol: .......................................573-751-3333 National Recreation Reservation: ......................877-444-6777 Damsite Park: ......................................417-745-2244 Lightfoot Park: .....................................417-282-6890 Nemo Park: ..........................................417-993-5529 Outlet Park: .........................................417-745-2290 Wheatland Park: ..................................417-282-5267 Senior Center: ....................................................417-282-6100 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers/Local: .................417-745-6411


2013 EVENTS YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS AT POMME DE TERRE Rendezvous

For Information Call: 417-745-2299 or 800-235-9519

Ozark Market Day

Saturday, July 6, 2013 Hermitage Town Square

Fireworks Over the Water

Saturday, July 6, 2013 Overlook Picnic Area by the Dam

Pittsburg Volunteer Fire Department

Wheatland Harvest Festival

Saturday & Sunday September 7 & 8, 2013 Wheatland Park next to Settlers Village

Muskie Tournament

Friday, Saturday & Sunday October 4,5 & 6, 2013 State Park Marina

Pittsburg Day

Saturday, October 12, 2013 Pittsburg Community Center

Annual BBQ Saturday, August 31, 2013

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Pomme de Terre Lake

Corps of Engineers Office Marine

Public Land Boundary Public Land-Hunting Allowed Corps of Engineers Park (No Hunting)

Boat Ramp

State Park (No Hunting)

Navigation Aid

Administrative Area (No Hunting)

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Lake Pomme de Terre by Karolyn Dunning

Pomme de Terre Lake lies in the rugged, tree covered hills of the Missouri Ozarks. The building of the Pomme de Terre Dam was authorized in 1938 as part of a comprehensive flood control plan for the Missouri River Basin. Dam construction was completed in 1961. The lake covers 7,790 acres at the multipurpose pool. During periods of heavy rain, the lake can increase to 16,100 acres as excess runoff is impounded to prevent downstream flooding. Pomme de Terre Lake works in conjunction with several other Corps-operated projects to provide flood protection for the Osage River Basin and the lower Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. Recreation, water quality, and fish and wildlife enhancement are major benefits of the lake. Pomme de Terre Lake is known for excellent fishing. The lake has been stocked with walleye, large mouth bass, blue gill, crappie and muskellunge. You will also find white bass, catfish, carp, and drum. The lands surrounding the lake provide excellent hunting opportunities for whitetailed deer, eastern wild turkey, rabbit, quail, and waterfowl.

camping, hiking, swimming, boating, and other water sports. People enjoy our swimming beaches and parks, hiking and nature trails, golf course, bowling alley, race track, and restaurants. We have four marinas on the lake that offer rentals of jet skis, pontoon boats, fishing and ski boats and dock slips. There are several fishing guide services at the lake. We have many local festivals every year and our “Fireworks over the Water� 4th of July celebration is fun for the whole family. A variety of antique stores and flea markets provides hours of interesting shopping. There are six modern campgrounds operated by the Corps of Engineers and two modern campgrounds operated by Missouri State Parks. We have four swimming beaches at the lake. Our parks offer areas for playing tennis, volleyball, baseball, basketball and playground areas for younger children. We also have several privately owned RV parks in the area. For those who don’t like to give up all the creature comforts of home, we have a Bed and Breakfast and several motels and resorts at Pomme de Terre.

Whatever your interests, you are sure to find The clear water of Pomme de Terre Lake and the something to make you happy at Pomme de Terre rolling Ozark hills provide an excellent setting for Lake.

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What’s New

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By Glen Locke U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

2011 and 2012 were busy years for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Pomme de Terre Lake. The final phases of the Stilling Basin repair contract were completed with the installation of the accessible sidewalk, fencing/handrails, and the new trash racks installed in the control tower. Other projects that were completed were three new park entrance stations (Outlet, Damsite, and Nemo Parks), two new accessible playgrounds (Outlet and Nemo), and a replacement fishing dock near the Project Office. Some repairs were also made to shorelines in various parks following high lake elevations. A life Jacket Loaner Board was constructed with funds from the Nathan & Brian Keese Water Safety Foundation. It was placed into operation at the boat ramp at Nemo Park. The board is intended to raise awareness to the importance of wearing PFD’s and to pro-

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vide some loaner PFD’s for anyone who doesn’t have one for the day. Funding for the PFD’s was graciously provided by Lucas Oil, and the actual PFD’s were provided at minimal cost by Nemo Landing Marina. Additional Life Jacket Loaner Boards are planned for Nemo and Wheatland Swim Beaches and for the boat ramps at Lightfoot and Wheatland Parks. The courtesy loading docks at Wheatland and Lightfoot parks will be replaced with new ones, and the swim beach at Wheatland Park has been replenished with sand from the Missouri River. Volunteers have been busy providing labor for many small projects – clearing brush, painting, assisting in the cleaning of facilities, and regular trail and ball field maintenance. Their contributions greatly reduce expenditures of limited Project funds. Our annual Fish Habitat Program was a success again with a coordinated effort by

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the Missouri Department of Conservation and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Approximately one hundred fish attractors were placed in the lake. A new vault toilet was placed at Nemo Park to replace an aging composting toilet that was no longer functioning properly. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is leading the way to “go green”. We are working to replace our aging and inefficient lighting with new efficient LED lights, lowering our energy needs. As always, visitor safety is a primary concern. We continue to work with local schools and other civic organizations to provide water safety programs and educate the public about the importance of water safety. One life lost at the lake is one too many. We are always committed to work with our stakeholders and partners to leverage our resources to provide the best possible recreation experiences.


Pittsburg Volunteer Fire Department Upgrade By Brenda Vaughan

The Pittsburg Volunteer Fire Department has received a Class 7 rating for service areas within five miles of each fire station. (The main station is located on Route J in Pittsburg with a satellite station east of Nemo on Route NN.) This means lower fire insurance rates for people living in the area. The fire department was recently inspected by the Insurance Services Office, which provides fire protection classifications for the insurance industry. Not all insurance companies use this rating, so please check with your agent and see if you can save money on your home owners insur-

ance. The department had a 9 rating and was able to lower it to a 7 rating for anyone located within five miles of each fire station.

ing is another in a long line of progressive milestones for the Pittsburg Fire Department and certainly a community asset.

Fire Chief, David Murphy, said he was proud of the department’s achievement and noted that the inspection preparation took several months of extensive training as well as equipment improvements and upgrades. Like all seven fire departments in Hickory County, Pittsburg Volunteer Fire Department operates through annual subscribers fees from the people within the area it serves. This improved ISO rat-

The department is always looking for better ways to improve fire protection in their service area and will continue to do so in the future. If you would like information about what the department is doing or would like to be a volunteer, please feel free to come by the main station on Route J, call at 417-852-4676, or go to the web site www.pvfdmo.com.

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50 Years at Pomme de Terre By Don Ginnings of The Index Lake Pomme de Terre has been in existence for just over half a century, has had an economic and social impact on the Ozarks, and continues to provide flood control to the area as well as recreation services and facilities to hundreds of thousands of people When Lake Pomme de Terre was formally dedicated and placed in service in 1961, most tourism centered around water. Air conditioning was quite rare then, and most homes, cars and business places were uncomfortable during the summer months. So when people were off work, they headed to the water. Pomme had good beaches and the cleanest water in the state, so hundreds of thousands of people often crowded into the lake area on summer weekends. Camping was different in those days before travel trailers and motor homes became popular. Camping areas around the lake had rest rooms and shower facilities, but camping generally meant sleeping on the ground in small tents crammed beside other small tents, with crude campfires and few creature comforts. On some holiday weekends, tents were so crowded in the limited camping areas that campers sometimes had to set up their tents on the state highway rights-of-way adjacent to the campgrounds. Through the years, Pomme campground facilities have been expanded and modernized to keep pace with the needs and

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desires of lake area visitors. Today state and federal campgrounds around the lake are much larger than when the lake was new. And campsites are fully equipped to supply the electrical and water services needed. Most of the campsites have been built up with landscaping timbers so the large motor homes or travel trailers can pull through with minimal leveling and quick set-up, and they are spaced to allow room for the campers to enjoy the area without feeling crowded. Rocky overgrown hillsides have been transformed into beautiful locations where people can park and appreciate the area’s beauty while enjoying modern camping comforts. But for people who still like to spread their sleeping bag on the ground in a tent set out under the stars, those places are still available. Early lake visitors generally brought their consumable supplies like food and gasoline when they came to the area. But gradually the convenience of eating at lake area restaurants enticed more people away from the task of preparing and serving sandwiches or cooked food at the campsite. Part of the logic is that a vacation isn’t a vacation if someone has to spend hours preparing and serving food to the group. The lake area has seen the number of area restaurants and the variety of food services grow through the decades. Today you can enjoy a steak in a comfortable

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restaurant atmosphere, grab a burger and fries at a drive-in, take out pizzas or subs, or sit down in any number of specialty or family style restaurants around the lake. Convenience stores have also expanded to meet the needs of lake area visitors until some of them have become like miniature malls. You can buy fuel, get prepared foods, shop for souvenirs, find plumbing or electrical supplies, fill your tackle box, locate parts for your vehicle or camper, find items you forgot to bring, or even buy groceries if you want to eat around your campsite. On-the-water facilities have changed as well at Lake Pomme de Terre as the trends and needs changed. In the early years, experienced anglers often did not own boats or motors, but usually rented them from marinas on the lake where they chose to fish. At Pomme, dockhands at the four marinas were usually quite busy on weekend setting up 5-horsepower or 9.9-horsepower outboard motors on 14-foot or 16-foot v-bottom fishing boats used by most anglers. Few boats had trolling motors or live-wells then. Fishermen just paddled around the areas where they fished, or fired up the small motors when they need to move or to work against the wind. In those days, pickups were not common vehicles for the general public and were considered vehicles used primarily for farm use or commercial delivery services. My, how


those trucks have changed! The typical fisherman drove a station wagon such as a Ford Country Squire or a Chevy Bel Air. Dock hands would carry the angler’s fishing tackle from the parking area to the marina, then load it in the rented aluminum fishing boat, ensure that each person had a flotation cushion, start the outboard, and send the fishing party off for a day on the lake. Several young men in the area earned good wages and tips providing those services. Today, most anglers have modern boats with high-tech GPS systems, elaborate fishlocating devices, and 300-horsepower four-stroke engines that get them from one location to another quickly while maneuvering around stumps and fishing structures with foot-controlled trolling motors. To accommodate these boats, access ramps around the lake have been widened and lengthened, and paved parking areas are designed so the large pickups and long boat trailers can

easily get to and from the boat ramps with a minimum of difficulty.

all around the lake. Low taxes and

Resorts and motels changed as tourism needs changed, and today the lake has numerous accommodations to fit the needs of the wide variety of tourists to the area. Some are located almost on the water with boat ramps, docks and other lake facilities. Others are in the various small communities around the area. The lake area has also seen modernized beaches, expanded shower and restroom facilities, added trails, new tennis courts and ballfields, expansive picnic shelters and improved roads to and through the area.

they can often buy a beautiful

The scenic beauty of the Lake Pomme de Terre area continues to attract visitors—many of whom decide to spend more time here either with weekend homes, retirement homes or full time homes while they continue to work. Scores of subdivision have been developed with thousand of lots and building sites occupied

nity merchants and residents

affordable real estate prices draw the interest of people who find lake home with a view and plenty of land for less than a small apartment costs in most metropolitan areas. Tourism has changed in the half-century Lake Pomme de Terre has been in existence, and Pomme continues to change to meet the demands. Oh, you won’t find towering hotels, glittering gambling halls, or bustling commercial strips. But the accommodating and friendly commuall around the lake still strive to serve the visitors who appreciate what Pomme has always offered and continues to offer—an affordable and enjoyable visit to one of the most beautiful lakes in the country nestled invitingly among the scenic Ozarks hills.

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For Family Fun and Family living Planning a vacation this year? Why not make Pomme de Terre Lake your destination? You’ll find clear, clean water surrounded by tree covered hills. You’ll enjoy quiet and peaceful days and star filled nights.

Many of our residents came here on vacation and loved the area so much that they chose to make the surrounding communities their new home. With real estate prices and taxes significantly below the national averages, living in a nice home and friendly neighborhood close to the lake is easily within reach. All our member real estate agencies and service providers are ready, willing, and able to assist you.

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Highway Patrol Urges Water Safety To Ensure A Safe Boating Experience The Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Water Patrol Division wishes you a fun and exciting trip on Missouri’s waterways. Make sure safety is a part of your trip planning. Be sure the safety equipment on your boat is in good working order before leaving the dock. This includes making sure your fire extinguisher is fully charged and you and your passengers know the location of the extinguisher. Be sure all the mechanical components on your boat are working. Check the horn and electric bilge ventilation blower. If you are going to be out anytime near dark make sure the lighting on your boat works. Most importantly, make sure you have the proper number of life jackets on your boat and that they are in good condition. Missouri law requires that children under seven years of age have a life jacket on at all times while on

board a vessel unless they are in a cabin area, and that there is a life jacket available and readily accessible for use in an emergency for all other passengers. The Highway Patrol recommends all passengers onboard wear a life jacket. Boats 16 feet and longer must have a throwable type of flotation device on board the boat. Most people are familiar with these devices and call them ring buoys or seat cushions. Falling overboard is the most common type of fatality accident. So, in addition to wearing life jackets, proper seating is very important. Make sure all boat passengers are seated in the designated seating areas and not on the deck areas of your vessel while under way. Other safety equipment you should have available on your vessel--that is not required by law--would include a first aid kit, paddle, anchor, and rope.

Make sure you have a float plan filed, which means someone knows when you should return to port. Don’t forget your sunscreen and remember to pack plenty of water while on the lake. Designate a skipper if alcohol is going to be part of your plans. In Missouri, the legal blood alcohol content limit on the water is .08% which is the same as the roadways. It can take less alcohol on the water to slow your reaction time down due to the other natural stressors you are exposed to, such as the rocking motion of the boat, heat from the sun, and noise from the wind and engine vibration. Be safe while out on the water. If you should need emergency assistance on the water you can reach the closest Missouri State Highway Patrol troop headquarters by dialing *55 from a cellular telephone or 1-800-525-5555.

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Camping at Pomme de Terre There are a number of beautiful state and federal campgrounds conveniently located around Pomme de Terre Lake. We have six Corps of Engineers managed campgrounds and two campgrounds managed by the Missouri State Parks. User fees are charged for camping in all these parks except the Corps managed Pittsburg Landing Park. Fees range from $14 to $22 at the Corps parks and from $11 to $23 at the State parks. Individual fees are based on the facilities provided. While reservations are not required, they are advisable during peak use times. For more information about the Corps parks, go to www.recreation.gov and for the State Parks go to www.mostatepark.com or call 877-ICAMPMO. All these campgrounds offer well tended grounds, level campsites, lantern hanging posts and picnic tables with fire rings. Electric hookups are provided at many of the campsites and most

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of the parks provide shower buildings, sanitary dump stations and playgrounds. Four of the parks have swimming beaches. Because safety at our parks is very important, all state and federal campgrounds are routinely patrolled by Park Rangers and Hickory County Deputies. Besides our eight public campgrounds, we have several lovely privately owned RV parks scattered around the lake. You will find a variety of amenities offered at these parks but all have electric and water sites and most offer either sanitary dump sites or sewer hookup. You will find friendly owners and clean, shady campsites. For more information, please check out the Campgrounds and RV Parks Accommodations page or the Business and Service Directory at the back of this guide.


We Put You First. Running a little short on cash?

Stop by one of our six convenient ATM locations. Bank of Urbana ATM locations

Urbana Buffalo Hermitage Macks Creek

Additional ATMs inside:

Woods Supermarket, Buffalo

Bullseye, Pittsburg

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Y = Yes S = Some C = Close

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Campgrounds & RV Parks

Accepts Reservations Basic Sites Electric Sites Electric & Water Sites Sanitary Dump Sites Sewer Hook-up ADA Amphitheater Boat Ramp Courtesy Dock Hiking Trails Laundry Marina Picnic Area Picnic Shelter House Playground Showers Swimming Beach Swimming Pool

ACCOMMODATIONS Berryland RV Park & Storage Y Y Y C C C C C C C C C C Clean, quiet & friendly, Mgmt on site. Close to gas station, bait, HC 77 Box 830 • Pittsburg, MO 65724

417-852-4253 • www.berrylandrvpark.com

restaurants, discount store, marine service.

Cooper Cove Resort & Restaurant Rt 81 Box 472 • Flemington, MO 65650

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Goody’s Resort & RV Park Rt 81 Box 434 • Flemington, MO 65650

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Harbor Campground & Marina Rt 2 Box 2178 • Hermitage, MO 65668

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Full service restaurant on premises.

417-282-5210 • www.coopercove.com

417-282-6338 • www.goodysresort.com

4 miles East of Elkton, on the water, Log Church, many spacious RV sites, 50 amp, WSE.

417-745-6363 • 816-690-4972 www.harborcampgroundandmarina.com

West end of Pomme de Terre Dam.

Hickory Ridge Highway 83 Marina/Resort Rt 82 Box 408 • Fleminton, MO 65650

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Stillwater Resort Rt 2 Boz 1616 • Wheatland, MO 65779

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Sunflower Resort Rt 2 Box 2681 • Wheatland, MO 65779

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Fishing, swimming, camping, fuel, bait & cafe’ located on premises.

417-282-6341

Located in a quiet cove.

417-282-6241 • www.stillwaterresort.com

On the water, close to the dam. Picnic & play area. RV Park.

417-282-6235 • 800-258-5260 • www.sunflowerresort.com

US Army Corps of Engineers Parks Rt 2 Box 2160 • Hermitage, MO 65668

417-745-6411 • www.nwk.usace.army.mil/pt

Damsite Park Y Lightfoot Park Y Nemo Park Y Outlet Park Y Pittsburg Landing Park Wheatland Park Y Pomme de Terre State Parks HC 77 Box 890 • Pittsburg, MO 65724

417-852-4291 • www.mostatepark.com

Hermitage Area Park Pittsburg Area Park

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Angler's Resort

Rt. 2 Box 2832 • Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5507 • www.anglersresortonpomme.com

Bell Harbor Resort, LLC

HC 79 Box 2550 • Pittsburg, MO 65724 888-886-5887 • www.bellharborresortllc.com

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Tub/Shower

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Store

Restaurant

Pool

Playground

Pets Allowed

Outdoor Grill

Open Year Round

Microwaves

Major Credit Cards

Linens Furnished

Hot Tub/Jacuzzi

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Boat Dock

Bait

Air Conditioning

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Y Y Y Y C Y Y Y Y Y Y C Y Y S Canoe rental, float trips on Pomme de Terre River - 7,14, or 21 mile trips.

Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y S Y Y Y C Y Y Y Y Clean modern cabins (“Our personal service makes the difference”).

Buffalo Inn & Suites Y C C S Y Y S Y Y Y C C Y Y S 11

1400 W Dallas • Buffalo, MO 65622 417-345-4000 • www.buffaloinnandsuites.net

Located in Buffalo, Mo. just a short drive to the lake, free WiFi free Continental Breakfast

Clearlight Inn Y C C C S Y Y S Y Y C Y C Y Y S 4

Rt 2 Box 2120 • Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2500 • www.clearlightinn.com

New, Direct TV, Wireless Internet, Plenty of Boat Parking & Hookups.

Comfort Inn Y C S Y Y Y Y C C Y Y Y

2451 Tower Drive • Bolivar, MO 65613 417-326-6169 • www.comfortinn.com

Cooper Cove Resort and Restaurant

Rt 81 Box 472 • Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-5210 • www.coopercove.com

Located in Bolivar, Mo a short drive from the lake. Free WiFi Free Full Hot Breakfast

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Country Inn Y C Y Y Y Y Y Y C C Y Y Y

1819 S. Wommack Ave • Bolivar, MO 65613 417-326-8004

Eagle's Nest at Lake Pomme de Terre, LLC

HC 79 Box 2690 • Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4301 • www.eaglenests.com

Goody's Resort & RV Park

Rt 81 Box 434 • Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-6338 • www.goodysresort.com

Hickory Grove Resort

HC 79 Box 2650 • Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4440 • www.hickorygroveresort.com

Hickory Ridge Hwy 83 Marina/Resort

Rt 82 Box 408 • Fleminton, MO 65650 417-282-6341

Indian Hill Resort

HC 77 Box 990 • Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4444 • www.indianhillresort.com

Lakeview Lodge

Rt 2 Box 2258 • Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6485 • www.lakeviewlodgepomme.com

Nemo Bridge Resort

HC 77 Box 754 • Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4201 • www.nemobridgeresort.com

Pelican Inn

Rt 2 Box 2388 • Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5937 • 888-494-9012 • www.pelicaninnonpomme.com

Pomme View Terre-Ace Bed & Breakfast

HC 77 Box 590F • Pittsburg, MO 65724 877-359-9504 • www.pommedeterrebedandbreakfast.com

Stillwater Resort

Rt 2 Box 1616 • Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6241 • www.stillwaterresort.com

Sunflower Resort

Rt 2 Box 2681 • Wheatland, MO 65779 • 417-282-6235 800-258-5260 • www.sunflowerresort.com • www.worldwidefishing.com

ACCOMMODATIONS

Accommodations

Located in Bolivar, Mo a short drive from the lake. Free WiFi Free Continental Breakfast

Y Y Y C Y Y Y Y Y Y Y C C Y S 11 Log cabins w/ fireplace, full kitchens, private spa. Muskie Tackle, Family Reunions Welcome.

Y Y Y Y S Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 29 4 miles East of Elkton, on the water, Log Church, many spacious RV sites, 50 amp, WSE.

Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y S Beautiful lake view, swimming pool, family friendly, owners on site.

Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 10 Fishing, swimming, camping, fuel, bait & cafe’ located on premises.

Y Y C Y Y C Y Y S Y Y Y Y C C Y Y 26 Clean, quiet & Secluded, swimming pool, covered & lighted dock, owners on site.

Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y C C Y Y S Overlooking the lake. Furnished kitchenettes. Boat storage. Owners on site.

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Spacious rooms, 12 slip boat dock, always welcome.

Y Y Y Y S Y Y Y C C Y Y 10 We welcome tournament fishermen. Large boat parking area with hook-ups.

Y Y C C C C Y Y Y Y Y C C Y Y The only Bed & Breakfast on the lake.

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Newly remodeled cabins with color TV, located in a quiet cove.

Y Y S Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y S Y C C Y Y S 17 On the water, close to the dam. Picnic and play area. RV Park..

Super 8 Y C S Y Y Y Y C C Y Y Y

1919 S. Wommack Ave • Bolivar, MO 65613 417-777-8888 • www.super8.com

Weaubleau Motel

705 E. Highway 54 • Weaubleau, MO 65774 417-428-3516 • www.weaubleaumotel.com

Located in Bolivar, Mo a short drive from the lake. Free WiFi Free Deluxe Breakfast.

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Game room, arcade, picnic area, coffee in the morning. 10 miles to race track. Crafts & antiques nearby.

Wheatland Motel Y Y Y Y Y Y C C Y Y Y

361 W. Hwy 54 • PO Box 65 • Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-7100 • www.wheatlandmotel.com

Willow Winds Resort

Rt 2 Box 2592 • Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5591 • www.willowwindsresort.com

Built in October 2006, spacious rooms w/ queen-size beds, wireless internet.

Y Y Y C Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y C C Y Y Y 10 acres privately stocked pond. Pool w/deck. Boat dock w/ electricity, near boat ramp.

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There’s an App for That from MDC for Missouri Anglers Taken from The Index

Missouri anglers can now get high-tech help locating fishing spots with the Missouri Department for Conservation’s (MDC) Find MO Fish mobile application for smart phones, tablets, and other mobile communication devices. MDC developed the mobile app with Timmons Group (timmonsgis.com), a national leader in innovative geospatial solutions. Using the Find MO Fish application, users can view location maps of Missouri’s major lakes, rivers and streams. The application also generates fast and accurate driving directions to numerous MDC boat ramps across the state. The application also allows users to find exact locations of underwater fish structures and guide their boats to their favorite fish attractors. Find MO Fish is available as a free download on the Google Play Store and Apple iStore. Multiple iOS and Android smartphones and tablets are supported by the application. Download the application for iOS devices at http://tinyurl.com/ brma6ef, or Android devices at http://tinyurl. com/csxgglc. “MDC wanted to be able to use map data we already had available in this mobile application.” says MDC Information Management Manager, Kirk Keller. “Timmons Group worked with us to develop an application that dynamically pulls this map data as we update it. This approach allows us to efficiently use taxpayer dollars to provide mobile services to the public. This new technology is another way conservation makes Missouri a great place to fish.”

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Fishin’ at Pomme de Terre Lake By Earle Hammond, Pomme Muskie Guide Service

This past year was a pretty good year at Pomme for fishing for any of our species. It did slow down some when the heat hit but if you went down deeper your chances of catching something really improved. Walleye – this great eating fish was hitting like mad up until the time the water temperature went over 80 degrees and the air temperature hit in the upper 90’s and lower 100’s. When you fish for these fish prior to the heat I would suggest using a deep running crankbait, drifting worms or minnows over the flats in about 17 feet of water. We have an excellent supply of these fish and they are very under fished. The Missouri Conservation Department stocks these fish in the lake to go along with the natural reproduction so we have quite a few walleye in the lake. Crappie – Pomme has an abundant supply of this fun and easy to catch fish. The yearly netting shows an abundant supply of 9-13 inchers. Just pull up to some trees and drop down your line and hang on, no action at that tree just move to another one until you find them. Can’t find them in the trees; try fishing over some of our hundreds of brush piles. Most of the brush piles are located in 21 feet of water and are usually surrounded by bait fish making catching crappie even easier. Bass – this great fun catching fish is in the lake in abundant numbers. We have a tremendous shad population and that just makes the bass keep on eating and getting caught by you. A lake biologist told me a few years ago we had the best lake in Missouri for bass. The amounts they were catching in their spring shocking were averaging 300 an hour. All of those weren’t 5-7 pounders but a staggering number were. Of course, catching them is not always easy, but knowing when and where to fish for them always helps. Bass are a very aggressive fish, so just keep putting your lure out there for them and they will hit it.

Catfish – a lot of people fish for catfish here at Pomme. I catch a lot of them trolling for walleye and crappie. Lots of people catch them by drifting the flats and shallow water in the summer. The depths that you fish will vary but if you put that dough bait or ball of worms out there you will have some action. White Bass – I am sorry to say that our white bass are still making a recovery from the die off we had about 3 years ago. This past fall I saw schools of whites hitting the shad on the surface and that is something we haven’t seen in the past few years. These whites are probably only about 6 -7 inches but they are growing in size and numbers. I hope they really come on….they are fun to catch when they are surfacing in late June and July - not too bad eating either. Muskie – Pomme de Terre is the premier muskie lake in the Midwest. We have a good supply of these toothy critters and they are here for the catching. Throw away most of the stuff that you know about catching them up north, this is a different story. Every year the Dept. of Conservation stocks at least 4,000 and every 6th year they put in approximately 9,000. You learn three things from muskie fishing – patience, perseverance and more patience. Some days you may not see a muskie, but there are times when you see a bunch. In September of 2012 my clients and I had 80 muskie encounters in a 6 day period. Not all of these fish were put in the boat - but the encounters includes follows, hook-ups and fish in the boat – but that is a tremendous number of encounters. This fish is really fun to fish for, so come on down to Pomme de Terre and try your luck. If you have any questions about fishing, please don’t hesitate to call me at 417-993-0035. If I can’t answer your question I will find someone who can and get back to you with the answer.

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VISIT OUR AREA CHURCHES Antioch Christian Church

Hickory Co. Rd 275, ½ mile S. of J Hwy, Pittsburg

Hope Lutheran Church 510 West Hwy 54

PO Box 70

Hermitage, MO 65668

Pittsburg, MO 65724

417-745-2117

417-852-4696 www.antioch-christian.org

Bethel Baptist Church SBC

Pomme de Terre Southern Baptist Church Hwy 64, Downtown Pittsburg

HC 79 Box 1272

HC 77 Box 513

Pittsburg, MO 65724

Pittsburg, MO 65724

417-852-4690

417-852-4679

Galmey Community Bible Church

Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church

Downtown Galmey

2 miles south of Preston on Hwy 65 across from Skyline School

Rt 2 Box 2386

Rt 1 Box 839

Wheatland, MO 65779

Urbana, MO 65767

417-282-6554

417-993-4403

Hermitage Christian Church 2 blocks south of Hermitage Square 410 First Street

St. Bernadette Catholic Church Hwy 254 South

Hermitage, MO 65668

PO Box 167

417-745-6750

Hermitage, MO 65668

Hermitage First Baptist Church

417-745-6361

102 Spring Street, off the square in Hermitage PO Box 165 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6611

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Lake Area Plan your trip to Pomme de Terre Lake to coincide with one of our many festivals, and you will be sure to enjoy your visit.

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zark Market Day, sponsored by the Hermitage Lions Club, is held on the Saturday nearest to the 4th of July – this year, July

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September 7th and 8th this year. This two day festival is

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heatland Harvest Festival will be held the weekend of

and booths with a variety of interesting items for sale

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ittsburg Day will be held at the Pittsburg Community Center on Saturday, October 12th. You will enjoy browsing through

the vendors’ booths while listening to live music. Good food, a chili cook-off contest, games, and door prizes all add to the fun.

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CELEBRATE THE 4TH OF JULY AT LAKE POMME DE TERRE Lake Pomme de Terre is the perfect place to celebrate Independence Day. Our big celebration will be on Saturday, July 6th this year. Come for the day or the weekend. Visit one of our parks. Have fun on our beautiful lake. Stay in one of our resorts, motels, or bed and breakfast. Or bring your RV or tent and camp out in one of our public or private campgrounds. Our celebration on Saturday begins with a visit to Hermitage for the Lion’s club sponsored Ozark Market Day. You will enjoy a variety of booths, good food, music, and fun children’s activities. In the early evening, visit the pavilion at the Corp of Engineers office just east of the dam for some good musical entertainment and stay to enjoy the fireworks. Residents and visitors look forward to an evening under the stars watching an amazing fireworks display, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, local residents and businesses. The fireworks are shot off over the lake. Hundreds of people watch from their boats, hundreds more watch from parks and shorelines.

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2013 POMME DE TERRE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY Accommodations Angler’s Resort

Damsite Rt 2 Box 2832 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5507

Eagle’s Nest At Lake Pomme de Terre, LLC..........................page 11

Pittsburg - 2 mi west on Hwy “J” HC 79 Box 2690 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4301

www.anglersresortonpomme.com www.eaglenests.com Bell Harbor Resort, LLC

Pittsburg HC 79 Box 2550 Pittsburg, MO 65724 888-886-5887 • 417-852-4880

www.bellharborresortllc.com Buffalo Inn & Suites.........page 11 1400 W Dallas Buffalo, MO 65622 417-345-4000

www.buffaloinnandsuites.net

Goody’s Resort & RV Park...................................page 29 Rt 81 Box 434 Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-6338

www.goodysresort.com Hickory Grove Resort

Turn left at end of Lake Road J-15 HC 79 Box 2650 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4440

www.hickorygroveresort.com

Hickory Ridge Hwy. 83 Carson’s Corner/Intersection Hwy Resort...............................page 10

Clearlight Inn......................page 4 254 & HCR 295 Rt 2 Box 2120 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2500

www.clearlightinn.com Comfort Inn

Hwy 13/Bolivar 2451 Tower Drive Bolivar, MO 65613 417-326-6169

www.comfortinn.com Cooper Cove Resort & Restaurant........................page 11 Hwy H, 3 Miles east of Hwy 83 Rt 81 Box 472 Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-5210

www.coopercove.com Country Inn

Hwy 13/Bolivar 1819 S. Wommack Ave Bolivar, MO 65613 417-326-8004

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Hwy. 83 Rt 82 Box 408 Fleminton, MO 65650 417-282-6341

Pelican Inn........................page 10 Galmey Rt 2 Box 2388 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5937 • 888-494-9012

www.pelicaninnonpomme.com Pomme View Terre-Ace Bed and Breakfast Hwy 64 to CR 331/left at T HC 77 Box 590F Pittsburg, MO 65724 877-359-9504

www.pommedeterrebedandbreakfast.com

Stillwater Resort................page 9 West of Wheatland Park Rt 2 Box 1616 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6241

www.stillwaterresort.com Sunflower Resort.............page 17 2 miles west of Dam, Lake Rd 254-15 Rt 2 Box 2681 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6235 800-258-5260

www.sunflowerresort.com

Indian Hill Resort..............Page 26

Hwy 64 to 64B, left on Lake Road Super 8 Hwy 13/Bolivar 64B-30 1919 S. Wommack Ave HC 77 Box 990 Pittsburg, MO 65724 Bolivar, MO 65613 417-852-4444 417-777-8888

www.indianhillresort.com

www.super8.com

Lakeview Lodge

Weaubleau Motel............page 11

1/2 mile south on CR 295 at Carson’s Corner Rt 2 Box 2258 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6485

www.lakeviewlodgepomme.com Nemo Bridge Resort

Hwy 64/West end of Nemo Bridge HC 77 Box 754 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4201

www.nemobridgeresort.com

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705 E. Highway 54 Weaubleau, MO 65774 417-428-3516

Wheatland Motel

361 W. Hwy 54 PO Box 65 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-7100

www.wheatlandmotel.com


Lake Rd 254-15/Galmey Rt 2 Box 2592 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5591

www.willowwindsresort.com Accounting/ Tax Service Ron Jenkins Accounting & Tax Preparation. .......................page 4 On the Square/Hermitage 105 W. Polk Street PO Box 31 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2328

Art Gallery Eagle’s Nest At Lake Pomme de Terre, LLC..........................page 11 Pittsburg-2 mi west on Hwy “J” HC 79 Box 2690 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4301

www.eaglenests.com Hermitage Floral, Gifts, and Greenhouse

Triangle - Quick Shop.......page 20

Auto Sales/Service/

Entrance to Wheatland Park Rt 1 Box 2104 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5959

Repair Ace Automotive Repair, LLC

Hwy 254/Lake Road 25 next to Triangle Rt 2 Box 2353E Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6086

www.pommequickshops.com Banks Bank of Urbana................page 11

Bill Grant Ford............... page 21 Bolivar 3060 S. Springfield Ave. Bolivar, MO 65613 417-326-7671

www.bankofurbana.com

www.billgrantford.com

US Bank

West side of Hermitage Square 214 Spring Street PO Box 147 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6401

Bill Roberts Chevrolet Buick Body-Parts-Service

West of Bolivar Square 300 W Broadway Bolivar, MO 65613 417-326-5255 • 800-945-2434

www.usbank.com

www.billrobertschevrolet.com

Bed & Breakfast

Cahow Automotive

Pomme View Terre-Ace Bed and Breakfast

Galmey Rt 2 Box 2434 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6588

Hwy 64 to CR 331/left at T HC 77 Box 590F Pittsburg, MO 65724 877-359-9504

N. side of Hwys 54 & 254 Junction Rick’s Auto Repair 102 Lion Street Carson’s Corner Hermitage, MO 65668 Rt 2 Box 2130 417-745-2171 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-1322

Auto Glass

Replacement & Repair Darby Motor Co./A Plus Glass City of Wheatland PO Box 6 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5931

www.darbymotorco.com

Auto Parts Carson’s Corner Auto Parts..................................page 24 Carson’s Corner/Hwy 254 Rt 2 Box 2134 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2310 • 877-627-2482

www.getthegoodstuff.net

Urbana/Hermitage PO Box 248 Urbana, MO 65767 417-993-4242 • 417-745-4242

www.pommedeterrebedandbreakfast.com

Boat/Boat Motor Sales/Service Rocky Top Marine............page 26

Bait/Tackle ALPS Foods.......................page 20 Pittsburg/Hwy 64 HC 79 Box 3408 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-1111

Between Galmey and Triangle Rt 2 Box 2370 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5133

Boat Covers/ Accessories

Hickory Ridge Hwy 83 Resort. ..............................page 10

Paylors Boat Covers & Lake Store

Trading Post Quick Shop.......................page 20

Boat Rental

Rt 82 Box 408 Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-6341

Carson’s Corner Rt 2 Box 2129 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6432

www.pommequickshops.com

BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY

Willow Winds Resort

Hwy 254 between Hermitage & Carson’s Corner Rt 2 Box 2091 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6653

Harbor Campground, Restaurant, & Marina..........................page 17 West end of Dam Rt 2 Box 2178 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6865

www.harborcampgroundandmarina.com

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Nemo Landing Marina.....page 27 Hwy 64/point L5 by water HC 77 Box 724 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-993-5160

www.nemomarina.com State Park Marina - Grill & Ice Cream Hwy 64B/by water Point L2 HC 77 Box 890 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-1031

www.mofunparks.com Bowling Nemo Lanes Bowling Center/ Sports Bar Cafe. ...............page 25 Nemo Rt 1 Box 1488 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-993-4274

www.nemolanes.com Cable Services American Broadband. .......page 9 PO Box 400 Blair, NB 68008 888-438-4490

www.abbmissouri.com Campgrounds Harbor Campground, Restaurant & Marina..........................page 17 West end of Dam Rt 2 Box 2178 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6365

www.harborcampgroundandmarina.com

Hickory Ridge Hwy 83 Resort. ..............................page 10 Rt 82 Box 408 Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-6341

Pomme de Terre State Park Hermitage Area Park Pittsburg Area Park HC 77 Box 890 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4291

www.mostateparks.com

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Damsite Park Lightfoot Park Nemo Park Outlet Park Pittsburg Landing Park Wheatland Park Rt 2 Box 2160 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6411

www.nwk.usace.army.mil/pt Canoe Rental Angler’s Resort

Damsite Rt 2 Box 2832 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5507

Hermitage First Baptist Church

102 Spring Street/Just off square in Hermitage PO Box 165 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6611

Hope Lutheran Church

510 West Hwy 54 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2117

Pomme de Terre Southern Baptist Church HC 77 Box 513 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4679

Prairie Chapel United www.anglersresortonpomme.com Methodist Church Carports Jenkins Buildings, LLC

2 mi South of Preston on Hwy 65 across from Skyline School Rt 1 Box 839 Urbana, MO 65767 417-993-4403

Hwy 64 between Pittsburg & Polk HC 76 Box 27 St. Bernadette Catholic Church Polk, MO 65727 Hwy 254 South 417-852-4228 PO Box 167 www.jenkinsbuildings.com Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6361

Churches

Antioch Christian Church

Collectables

Hickory Co. Rd 275, 1/2 Mile S. of Continental Coin Company J Hwy, Pittsburg Galmey PO Box 70 Rt 2 Box 2434 Pittsburg, MO 65724 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-852-4696 417-282-6588

www.antioch-christian.org

Bethel Baptist Church SBC HC 79 Box 1272 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4690

HICOMO Coin Club

Meetings at St. Bernadette Catholic Church Rt 1 Box 1472 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6992

Galmey Community Bible Church Lady’s Coin. ......................page 29 Downtown Galmey Rt 2 Box 2386 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6554

Hermitage Christian Church

2 blocks south of Hermitage Square 410 First Street Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6750

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Galmey RR 2 Box 2456-C Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6992

Community Center Pittsburg Community Corporation Center of Pittsburg/across from ALPS Store PO Box 157 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4770


ALPS Foods.......................page 20 Pittsburg/Hwy 64 HC 79 Box 3408 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-1111

Hermitage Floral, Gifts, and Greenhouse

Pomme de Terre Rendezvous

The Bowfisher Magazine

Below Pomme de Terre Dam/ Outlet Park PO Box 442 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-718-3902

HC 79 Box 3240 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-399-1608

www.theBowfisher.com

Fire Department

Florist/Greenhouse

Pittsburg Volunteer Fire Dept.

Hermitage Floral, Gifts & Greenhouse

J Hwy at J8 PO Box 6 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4676

North side of Hwy 54 & Hwy 254 Junction 102 Lion Street Hermitage, MO 65668 www.pvfdmo.com 417-745-2171

Electrical Repairs Polk County Electric, Inc. 116 S. Market Ave PO Box 46 Bolivar, MO 65613 417-326-4212

www.polkcountyelectric.com Electrical Sales ALPS Foods.......................page 20 Pittsburg/Hwy 64 HC 79 Box 3408 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-1111

North Side of Hwy 54 & Hwy 254 junction 102 Lion Street Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2171

Firearms/CCW Classes/ Concealed Carry Items

Golf Course Shadow Lake Golf Course

Walker’s Firearms

Wheatland Campground Area Rt 2 Box 1514 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6544

Rt 1 Box 35 Preston, MO 65732 417-993-5383

Firearms & Outdoor Merchandise Retail

Government Citizens for D.A.R.E. Inc.

Pomme de Terre Arms

PO Box 420 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6415

Nemo Rt 1 Box 1344 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-993-0012

Hickory County Health Department......................page 21

Fishing Club

Polk County Electric, Inc. 116 S. Market Ave PO Box 46 Bolivar, MO 65613 417-326-4212

Pomme de Terre Muskies, Inc.................................. page 16

www.polkcountyelectric.com

www.missourimuskies.org

Embroidery Terry’s Designs.................page 28 Galmey Rt 2 Box 2456-C Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6992 • 800-378-4136

www.terrysembroiderydesign.com Entertainment/ Recreation Nemo Lanes Bowling Center/ Sports Bar Cafe. ...............page 25 Nemo Rt 1 Box 1488 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-993-4274

PO Box 5 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-993-0035

201 Cedar Street PO Box 21 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2138

www.hickorycountymo.net

BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY

Crafts/Gifts

National Active & Retired Federal Employees (NARFE)

Fishing Guide

Rt 1 Box 1700 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-998-9320

Services Coaches Guide Service

Grocery/Convenience Stores

Rt 2 Box 2106 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-399-3111

ALPS Foods.......................page 20

www.coachesguideservice.com Pomme Muskie Guide Service..............................page 14 Whole Lake Rt 1 Box 2010 Urbana, MO 65767 417-993-0035

www.pommemuskiequideservice.com

Pittsburg/Hwy 64 HC 79 Box 3408 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-1111

Hermitage Five Star

West Hwy 54 PO Box 480 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2123

www.nemolanes.com

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Hickory Ridge Hwy 83 Resort. ..............................page 10 Rt 82 Box 408 Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-6341

Trading Post Quick Shop.......................page 20 Carson’s Corner Rt 2 Box 2129 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6432

www.pommequickshops.com Triangle - Quick Shop.......page 20 Entrance to Wheatland Park Rt 1 Box 2104 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5959

www.pommequickshops.com Hardware ALPS Foods.......................page 20 Pittsburg/Hwy 64 HC 79 Box 3408 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-1111

Sac-Osage Hospital Lake Area Primary Care Clinic Hwy 54/Wheatland PO Box 38 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5882

Insulation/Refective Midwest Low-E Insulation

1 mile east of Hermitage on Hwy 54 HCR 1 Box 67H Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-0080

www.tuff-e.com Insurance Central Insurance Agency of MO PO Box 347 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6356

Hodges Insurance Agency, Inc. Galmey Rt 2 Box 2384 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6239

www.hodgesinsuranceinc.com Health Care/ Medical/Nursing Services Applewood In-Home Health Hwy 65 & 54 PO Box 326 Preston, MO 65732 417-722-4418

Linda Kallweit Shelter Insurance Company

Internet Service Provider Christian Health & Rehabilitation American Broadband. .......page 9 PO Box 400 of Hermitage Blair, NB 68008

Citizens Memorial Healthcare........................page 28 1500 N Oakland Bolivar, MO 65613 417-328-6000

www.citizensmemorial.com

888-438-4490

www.abbmissouri.com

Lake Lot/Land Developer Eagle’s Nest At Lake Pomme de Terre, LLC..........................page 11 Pittsburg - 2mi west on Hwy “J” HC 79 Box 2690 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4301

www.eaglenests.com

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Suds Your Duds Laundromat Hwy 54 next to Five Star 516 West Hwy 54 Hermitage, MO 65668

Log Cabins/Homes/Buildings Eagle’s Nest At Lake Pomme de Terre, LLC..........................page 11 Pittsburg - 2 mi west of Hwy “J” HC 79 Box 2690 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4301

www.eaglenests.com Lumber Hermitage Lumber, Inc.. page 16 302 W Hwy 54 PO Box 185 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6419

Marinas Harbor Campground, Restaurant, & Marina......page 17 West end of Dam Rt 2 Box 2178 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6365

www.harborcampgroundandmarina.com

Hwy 54/Hermitage PO Box 343 Hickory Ridge Hwy 83 Hermitage, MO 65668 Resort. ..............................page 10 417-745-6309 Rt 82 Box 408 www.shelterinsurance.com/lindakallweit Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-6341

www.applewoodinhome.com

Hwy 54 & 1st Street PO Box 325 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2111

Laundromat

www.pommedeterrechamber.com

Nemo Landing Marina..............................page 27 Hwy 64/point L5 by water HC 77 Box 724 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-993-5160

www.nemomarina.com State Park Marina - Grill & Ice Cream Hwy 64B/by water point L2 HC 77 Box 890 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-1031

www.mofunparks.com


Carson’s Corner Auto Parts.........................page 24 Carson’s Corner/Hwy 254 RR 2 Box 2134 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2310 • 877-627-2482

www.getthegoodstuff.net Metal Buildings Jenkins Buildings LLC

Hwy 64 between Pittsburg & Polk HC 76 Box 27 Polk, MO 65727 417-852-4228

www.jenkinsbuildings.com Mobile Home/Sales/Service Pitts Homes, Inc...............page 17 Carson’s Corner PO Box 166 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6840

Newspaper The Index............................page 3 Hermitage City Square PO Box 127 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6404

Organizations Hickory Country CARES

240 N Main/Wheatland PO Box 205 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-459-4639

www.hickorycountycares.org National Active & Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) Rt 1 Box 1700 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-998-9320

West Central Missouri Community Action Agency Hickory County Outreach 320 N. Main PO Box 188 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5936

Triangle - Quick Shop.......page 20

Park Model RV Sales Goody’s Resort & RV Park.............................page 29 Rt 81 Box 434 Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-6338

Entrance to Wheatland Park Rt 1 Box 2104 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5959

www.pommequickshops.com

www.goodysresort.com

Pump Services Breshear’s Pump & Excavating Co........................................page 7

Pet Grooming

HC 79 Box 2004 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4252

My Doggie’s Salon

1 Mile west on J Hwy/Pittsburg HC 79 Box 1253 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-1314

Wisdom Pump Service LLC 111 S. Dallas PO Box 188 Urbana, MO 65767 417-993-4694

Plumber Wisdom Pump Service LLC 111 S. Dallas PO Box 188 Urbana, MO 65767 417-993-4694

Race Track Lucas Oil Speedway.........page 16 700 E.Hwy 54 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5984

Printing

www.Lucasoilspeedway.com

ActNow Promotions, LLC

707 S. Eagle Street Nixa, MO 65714 417-724-2002 Sales@ActNowPromo.com

Real Estate Akins Realty

Nemo at 4-way stop Rt 1 Box 1485 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-993-5622

www.ActNowPromo.com Propane ALPS Foods.......................page 20 Pittsburg/Hwy 64 HC 79 Box 3408 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-1111

www.akinsrealty.com Hoover and Associates Real Estate........................page 29 64 Hwy at Nemo 3520 S. Springfield Ave. Bolivar, MO 65613 417-745-7650/888-937-0063

Dallas County Propane 904 W Dallas/Buffalo PO Box 47 Buffalo, MO 65622 417-345-7928

www.hoover-realestate.com Kathy Stanley Real Estate, Inc. Wheatland PO Box 331 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5263

MFA Oil & Propane Co 1021 S Ash Street PO Box 417 Buffalo, MO 65622 417-345-2250

www.kathystanleyre.net

Trading Post Quick Shop.......................page 20

Ozarks Real Estate Group

www.pommequickshops.com

www.ozarksgroup.com

Carson’s Corner Rt 2 Box 2129 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6432

BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY

Marine Parts

2 doors east of Five Star Grocery/ Hwy 54 503 West Hwy 54 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2045

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Pitts Homes Inc................page 17 Carson’s Corner PO Box 166 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6840

Repairs Bill Roberts Chevrolet Buick Body-Parts-Service

West of Bolivar Square 300 W Broadway Bolivar, MO 65613 800-945-2434/417-326-5255

www.billrobertschevrolet.com On-Site RV LLC

Pomme de Terre PO Box 332 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-298-2307

www.on-sitervserviceandrepair.com

Restaurant/Food Services Cooper Cove Resort & Restaurant........................page 11 Hwy H, 3 Miles east of Hwy 83 Rt 81 Box 472 Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-5210

www.coopercove.com Harbor Campground, Restaurant & Marina.......page 17 West end of Dam Rt 2 Box 2178 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6365

www.harborcampgroundandmarina.com

Hickory Ridge Hwy 83 Resort. ..............................page 10 Rt 82 Box 408 Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-6341

Nemo Lanes Bowling Center/ Sports Bar Cafe. ...............page 25 Nemo Rt 1 Box 1488 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-993-4274

www.nemolanes.com State Park Marina-Grill & Ice Cream Hwy 64B/by water point L2 HC 77 Box 890 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-1031

www.mofunparks.com Toadsuck Grill & Trading Co. The corner of C & ZZ Hwy Iconium, MO 64776 417-646-8006

www.toadsuckgrill.com RV Parks

Pomme de Terre PO Box 332 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-298-2307

www.on-sitervserviceandrepair.com

Senior Services McCarty Senior Center....page 16 Wheatland/Hwy 54 Rt 1 Box 3282 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6100

Septic Services Breshear’s Pump & Excavating Co........................................page 7 HC 79 Box 2004 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4252

Storage Northeast corner Hwy 64 & 64B/ Berryland RV Park and Storage Pittsburg HC 77 Box 830 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4253

www.berrylandrvpark.com Goody’s Resort & RV Park.............................page 29 Rt 81 Box 434 Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-6338

www.goodysresort.com Sunflower Resort.............page 17 2 miles west of Dam/Lake Rd 254-15 Rt 2 Box 2681 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-6235 • 800-258-5260

www.sunflowerresort.com RV Parts Carson’s Corner Auto Parts.........................page 24 Carson’s Corner/Hwy 254 RR 2 Box 2134 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2310 • 877-627-2482

www.getthegoodstuff.net

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On-Site RV LLC

Berryland RV Park and Storage

Jack-A-Doodles

Nemo PO Box 381 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6050

RV Service/Repairs

www.pommedeterrechamber.com

Northeast corner Hwy 64 & 64B/ Pittsburg HC 77 Box 830 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4253

www.berrylandrvpark.com Breshear’s Pump & Excavating Co........................................page 7 HC 79 Box 2004 Pittsburg, MO 65724 417-852-4252

Hickory Ridge Hwy 83 Resort. ..............................page 10 Rt 82 Box 408 Flemington, MO 65650 417-282-6341

Swimming Pools/ Chemicals Wisdom Pump Service LLC 111 S. Dallas PO Box 188 Urbana, MO 65767 417-993-4694


Closing Office Bentley Title Co................page 17 113 W Polk St. PO Box 104 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6626

www.bentleytitleco.com

Garretson Trash Service LLC 1117 S Lillian Bolivar, MO 65613 417-326-7507

Well Drilling Action Drilling, LLC.............page 7 Rt 2 Box 2366 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5270

Shell Title Co.

Hwy 254 just north of Hermitage Square PO Box 102 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-2442

Utility Service Southwest Electric Cooperative District Office - Preston 1023 S. Springfield Ave Bolivar, MO 65613 880-262-0326

www.swec.coop Video Games/ Billiards Nemo Lanes Bowling Center/ Sports Bar Cafe. ...............page 25 Nemo Rt 1 Box 1488 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-993-4274

www.nemolanes.com Video & Pizza

BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY

Title Insurance/

Town Video & Pizza

407 W. Hwy 54 PO Box 222 Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6251

Vinyl Lettering Rocky Top Marine............page 26 Between Galmey and Triangle Rt 2 Box 2370 Wheatland, MO 65779 417-282-5133

Waste Management Bubba’s Disposal

PO Box 208 Bolivar, MO 65613 417-993-1710

Welcome to Pomme de Terre

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Pomme de Terre Lake Area Chamber of Commerce PO Box #36 Hermitage, MO 65668

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2013 Pomme De Terre Chamber Guide