Because of all the nature surrounding the campgrounds, there's going to be tons to do! Many campers spend their days fishing, hiking, canoeing, or kayaking. Additionally, you and your pup can head to the Indian Rockhouse Hiking Trail, or even spend the Day at the Rush Historic District. "Rush was a zinc mining community until the zinc market collapsed and the settlement was deserted. Tours about the town's history are available." If you are up for a drive, you can also head to Blanchard Springs Cavern, a "living cave" about a one-hour drive from the campsite.
The site itself offers many amenities for you and your pooch to enjoy, including an amphitheater, a boat launch, grills at each campsite, and hiking right in your own backyard. There are picnic shelters you can spend your meals at and even a Restaurant, which is open in the summer if you don't feel like cooking that day!
Further still, you won't have to worry about security - there's always a ranger on duty during peak seasons. Whether you want to hike, kayak, swim, canoe, or just grill out and enjoy nature, the Buffalo Point Campground has enough amenities and activities available to keep you and your pooch occupied for days. You'll definitely be planning your next trip back to Buffalo Point Campground before you even leave!