White River State Park

White River State Park is located on the city of Bull Shoals’ side of Bull Shoals dam. It includes an overlook of the White River and the downstream side of the dam. It also includes a visitor center you can visit during business hours.

There is also a large spring in the park known as Big Spring. The park is a popular camping destination, so it is important to reserve your spot early. This is especially true for holiday weekends. To check campsite availability, you can visit the Arkansas State Park website for the park.

Check out this page from the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission for more info on trout fishing the White River tailwaters. You can also visit the page about the park on Arkansas State Park.

Be sure and get your Arkansas fishing license and trout permit before you go. Check out this page for other trout fishing access points along the White River. There are numerous other access points for trout fishermen along the river. There are many access points and guide services within a few miles of the park.

If you are looking for things to do other than fishing, the park also offers several hiking and mountain biking trails to explore. The park also offers programs throughout the year which you can participate in and learn from experts.

Whether you plan to get in some trout fishing or have other interests, Bull Shoals-White River state park has something for almost everyone to enjoy.

Be sure and check out our other articles for more access points along the White River. White Hole Access, Roundhouse Shoals, Buffalo Shoals Access, Bronie Yurkonis Access, and Rim Shoals Access.

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