Tucker Hollow, a small 28-campsite park, sits near the upper part of Bull Shoals Lake. There’s something for everyone at the region’s most popular lake, whether it’s a day basking in the sun, jet skiing, fishing or canoeing.
Bull Shoals Lake beckons water sports lovers, birders, naturalists and those who simply want an escape from the city. Hiking and in-season hunting are popular land activities here.
The campsites have electric hookups, and all sites offer 50 amp service. Two picnic shelters are available, but these do not have electricity.
Families will enjoy the swimming beach and the playground.
Bull Shoals Lake is located on the northern edge of central Arkansas. Built in 1951 for flood control, the lake spans 71,000 acres and extends for 80 miles. It’s fed by the White River, which flows through the Arkansas Ozarks.
The Bull Shoals-White River State Park has two highly recommended hiking trails to explore. The Big Bluff Trail offers views of the White River below Bull Shoals Dam, and the Lakeside Trail meanders along the shores of the lake.From Lead Hill, AR, travel SR 14 7 mi. NW to SR 281. Travel 3 mi. N on SR
281 and follow signs into campground.
Go 7 miles northwest of Lead Hill, AR, on state highway 14, then 3 miles
north on state highway 281.870-436-5622N