When you go camping at Highway 125 Park Bull Shoals, you'll have access to fishing, swimming, and boating. This pawesome facility offers 39 sites with standard 30 and 50 amp electric hook-ups. There are campfire rings, picnic tables, and a playground here. The campground includes a marina and boat dock where you can launch into Bull Shoals Lake to go fishing or water skiing. If you're staying with a group, there's also a picnic shelter here that you can use for your meals together. There are also showers and a trailer dump station here.
Staying at this campsite provides you with easy access to a range of water activities. Once you set up your tent or RV, take your boat to the dock and get out on the water. If you don't have a watercraft, no worries -- the marina has motorboats available for rent. Go fishing for striped bass, brook trout, and other species out here. You can also spend a relaxing day cruising on the 22,000-acre lake.
This facility is minutes away from Peel Ferry. Take your car across the lake to Buck Creek Day Use Area. From here, you can take a drive along the scenic northern shoreline. There's no charge for this public transport. Back on land, enjoy a picnic with your special pal. Take a walk through the woods here and do some birdwatching. In the evenings, gather around the campfire ring and boast about the one that got away.
This facility allows you to camp with your dog. Keep them under your control and don't leave them unattended. Make sure you collect and dispose of any waste.
The Highway 125 Park Bull Shoals campground is a pawtastic location to share a vacation with your four-footed friend. In these rolling Ozark foothills, you can go exploring in the woods, take a ride on the water, and share time by the fire together.