Arkansas State Parks
This 732-acre park lies both above and below massive Bull Shoals Dam. Facilities stretch along the White River with camping (including Rent-an-RV and Rent-a-Camp), pavilions, marina/store, hiking/mountain bike trails and interpretive programs. Along the lakeshore, the day-use park offers picnic sites and playgrounds, plus a nature trail. James A. Gaston Visitor Center features state-of-the-art exhibits, aquariums, a gift shop, theater, barrier-free hiking trail and observation tower.
Tracy King, Bull Shoals, AR 72619
Bull Shoals-White River State Park
34 RV/Tent with W/E/S; 49 RV/Tent with W/E; 20 RV/Tent with no hookups
6 miles north of Mountain Home on Hwy. 5, then 8 miles west on Hwy. 178. (Bull Shoals, AR 72619)
In the Ozark Mountains on the White River above and below Bull Shoals Dam, this park features riverside campsites. The White River is one of mid-America’s most renowned trout streams. Bull Shoals Lake is popular for lunker bass, bream, crappie and catfish fishing and all water sports.
Restrooms; hot showers; dump station; marina/store; boat ramp; boat, motor, canoe and kayak rentals; Rent-A-Camp; Rent-An-RV; visitor center with gift shop, exhibits, multi-media meeting rooms; hiking trails; mountain bike trails; picnic sites; pavilions; playgrounds.