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Ozark Mountains, Arkansas

Arkansas - Ozark Mountains Region

In the Ozark Mountains, the White River is Internationally famous for its beauty and great trout fishing, and several resorts and full-service marinas are available. Bull Shoals Lake, with more than 45,000 surface acres of water and a 1,000-mile shoreline, is a popular destination for those interested in fishing, water sports or just relaxation. Largemouth bass and big stripers are on the fishing menu. Many accommodations and guide services are available. There are many campgrounds in the area, including Bull Shoals-White River State Park, which also has a full-service marina with rental boats and which offers year-round interpretive programs.

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Bull Shoals Lake Trails

The Dogwood Trail, located in Lakeview Park, is the only hiking trail on Corps of Engineers land around Bull Shoals Lake. The trail is 3 miles round trip and rated as moderately difficult. The trailhead is located near the campground dump station.

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Bull Shoals Lake Fishing

Bull Shoals Lake supports many species of game fish, from crappie to walleye, and is one of the few places where you can fish for bass and trout in the same water. This magnificent lake has produced seven state records, including a monster 53

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Cosmic Cavern

Cosmic Cavern was discovered in 1845, but wasn't developed until 1927. The cave features a 9 foot soda straw - the longest known in the Ozarks, and two bottomless lakes, one of which has had trout in it for over 50 years. One of the lakes was discovered in 1993 in the "Silent Splendor"

Berryville, AR Caving

Rivercliff Golf Course

Rivercliff Golf Course in Bull Shoals, Arkansas is located in the natural beauty of the Ozarks. Just a few minutes from Bull Shoals Lake and some of the best trout fishing in the country, golfers of every age are welcomed to play this course. Rivercliff is an 18-hole 6382

Bull Shoals, AR Golf Courses

Bull Shoals Lake Boating

With over 45,000 surface acres of clear, blue water to explore, Bull Shoals has ample room for boaters, skiers, and fishermen to enjoy their pursuit. Fuel, supplies, and services are available at 11 marinas operated by private concessionaires.

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Bull Shoals Lake Camping

Campgrounds operated by the Corps of Engineers offer camping enthusiasts a wide variety of opportunities and experiences. Over 500

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Little Red River

The Little Red emerges icy-cold from beneath Greers Ferry Dam near Heber Springs. "Rip" Collins proved that this is a premier-class trout stream in 1992 when he landed a world-record 40

Heber Springs, AR Recreation

Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway

Train museum, rides on vintage steam train, dining cars available for lunch and dinner; gift and snack shop; trains depart from the historic ES&

Eureka Springs, AR Excursions

Jacksonport State Park

Food Service/Picnic Area Available The 1872 Courthouse museum displays artifacts dating 1840s-1920s of the Jackson County area. The Mary Woods No. 2 is a restored sternwheel paddleboat, which was used on the White River until the late 1960

Newport, AR State Parks

Saunders Memorial Museum

Extensive collection of firearms (almost four hundred items) including antique and unusual pieces;

Berryville, AR Museums

Eureka Springs Ghost Tours

Tours which explain the history of the town, the old ghost legends of Eureka Springs and The Crescent Hotel

Eureka Springs, AR Tours

Bull Shoals Lake

Created by one of the largest concrete dams in the nation, Bull Shoals covers 45,000 acres with a 1,000-mile shoreline. Famous for its largemouth and striped bass; several state records including a 53

Mountain Home, AR Recreation

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