National Geographic Announging Lotawana to the world
When Lake Lotawana freezes over each winter, the icy surface becomes a playground for young and old. Ice boating and ice skating are two popular activities, but there are endless ways to glide across the frozen surface. Located in Missouri, this body of water is typically enjoyed by the “weekenders” who only visit during the summer months. See how the locals enjoy the lake when the temperatures drop in this immersive short by Trevor Hawkins of Mammoth.
See more of Lake Lotawana in Trevor Hawkins’ feature film, Lotawana.
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