Place:Pontiac, Ozark, Missouri, United States

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NamePontiac
TypeInhabited place
Coordinates36.5°N 92.6°W
Located inOzark, Missouri, United States
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Pontiac is an unincorporated community in southern Ozark County, Missouri, about ten miles southwest of Gainesville. It is located on Bull Shoals Lake. The assumption is the town was named after the Indian chief, Pontiac. The town consists of a post office, two or three "resorts," a restaurant, a General Baptist church, and a boat dock/marina. Just across the Arkansas border is Price Place, which is physically separated from Arkansas by the waters of Bull Shoals Lake. Residents of Price Place bond with those of Pontiac to operate the volunteer fire department. Price Place also has a small church,which is over 100 yrs. old and is being refurbished in hopes of some new members, or at least, some visitors.

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