Arkansas State Route 178 is the only highway leading into Bull Shoals. AR-178 feeds into US Route 412, a key east-west artery in northern Arkansas, at the town of Flippin about 8 miles south.
From Springfield, take US Route 65 south to get to the Arkansas border; you will pass through Branson en route. Across the border, US-65 will become Arkansas State Route 65. AR-65 intersects US-412 about 35 minutes south of the border; from the intersection it will be another 35 minutes to Flippin.
AR-178 is the only main road in Bull Shoals.
- Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock. Offers all sizes and types of boats, from their 60' houseboats to the 9hp motor boat and everything in between including jet skis, bass boats, pontoon and wakeboard tow boats are all available year round. 870-445-4424 for reservations.
- 1 Rocky Hollow Lodge, 1306 Lake Street (Hwy 178 to North on Mockingbird Lane to West on Lake Street), toll-free: . A Family Lake Resort featuring seven Ozark style cabins secluded in a wooded hollow with a pool, playground and private dock. Sleeps up to 50 persons total on 27 beds in seven separate cabins $60 to $135 per night.
- Gaston's White River Resort, 1777 River Road Lakeview (on the banks of the White River, 1.9 miles from Bull Shoals State Park), ☏ , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. Resort that covers over 400 acres with two miles of river frontage, and has 79 cottages ranging in size from two double beds and a bathroom to a two-story cottage with ten private bedrooms. Also has a restaurant, private club, gift shop, tennis court, playground, swimming pool, duck pond, game room, two nature trails and a conference area.
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