Lake Tapawingo, MO
Home to over 375 families, Lake Tapawingo offer the comforts and tranquility of lakeside living surrounding an 87 acre lake. Home selection is diverse, ranging from small cottages to luxurious lakefront estates. Lake Tapawingo is it’s own city but is zoned for Blue Springs School District. This city boasts a small town atmosphere in a natural setting.
This 87 acre lake boasts full lake activities including sailing, waterskiing, wakeboarding and fishing. Limited to 40 mph, this lake does have all the water activities available. A summer lake patrol insures the safety of residents while fully enjoying all the water sports.
Lots & Docks
Personal docks owned individually by homeowners are allowed. Community docks are available at the clubhouse for residents to use to attend meetings and community events. Docks are not available for rent.
The clubhouse is available for rent to residents and non-residents for special events. Tennis courts, soccer fields , basketball courts and community boat docks allow residents to fully enjoy the area. A ski course is calling the names of competitive skiers on this lake proving once again that there is something for everybody at Tapawingo.
Clubs & Community Events
This active community boasts the opportunity to belong to the Men’s Sporting Club. The Men’s club oversees the stocking of the fish at Lake Tapawingo and also establishes the catch & release rules. Additionally the Men’s Club hosts a variety of events such as the annual Luau featuring a pig roast, Fish Fry and fishing tournaments with prizes. A stunning Fireworks display every 4th of July is enjoyed by all in the area. Fireworks proceeds, sold by the Men’s Club, help fund scholarships for area youth. The Women’s Club is active is organizing social events as well as educational fieldtrips. The women also work to support education by fundraising for the scholarship fund. Tapawingo youth have first preference but the scholarships are awarded annually based on academic & civic criteria. Some additional events are a senior citizen dinner at Thanksgiving, a family St. Patrick’s Day Parade and dinner and an adult only New Years Eve Party. With so many activities for all ages, Lake Tapawingo gives its residents the opportunity to relax and enjoy family and friends right in their own neighborhood.
Taken from the Indian word meaning “beautiful place”, this close knit community bustles with activities for lake living and social interaction while providing a tranquil setting to enjoy the outdoors. Lake Tapawingo may be one of the smaller lake communities but residents would choose no other place to live!