Shiloh is a large, forested campsite that can be found right next to the nationally-renowned Ozark Mountains. Sightseeing with your dog is a must here, with several trails providing views of wildlife like wild turkeys and white-tailed deer.
116 total sites are available for guests to enjoy in Shiloh campground, 60 of which come standard with electrical hookups. The remaining 56 sites are for primitive tent camping. Public restrooms are located adjacent to these sites, as well as public shower facilities, a dump station, and several large picnic pavilions. Canines are allowed to stay overnight, provided they're kept indoors throughout the evening.
A boat ramp is located in Shiloh for guests who are either looking to boat into camp or just get out on the waves of Greers Ferry Lake for a day. The Greers Ferry Lake Marina is open throughout the warmer months and provides a slew of services for boat owners, including fueling services, regularly staffed mechanics, and a small shop for any last-minute items. Boats of all types are welcome here, provided they've got up-to-date registration. If you'd like to hit the waves but don't own a water vessel, rental services are provided here as well. Canines are generally tolerated in these areas, save for the marina and its indoor facilities.
Hiking is offered here on four different trails. Guests can choose from Shiloh's three different National Nature Trails, as well as a 2-mile, multi-purpose fitness trail. These paths were initially built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which still publishes a trail map and brochure about the surrounding areas. These maps are free and add an entirely new dimension to the surrounding landscape as you explore. Make sure that, if you're bringing your canine along, they're kept on a leash roughly 6 feet in length or shorter. It's also important to clean up any messes your dog might leave behind, to keep these trails pristine for other guests.
All would-be visitors should note that any costs displayed here are for overnight campground stays exclusively. Admission prices for any surrounding forests or parks may incur additional costs.