In the hills of the Ozarks of Arkansas, you will find Bull Shoals, a small, welcoming town located on a peninsula over the Bull Shoals Lake. This is where you will find world class fishing, swimming, and diving, plus exploration of the great outdoors, hiking, and wandering through this charming, wild landscape.
The Bull Shoals Lake is created by Bull Dam, also the reason for the world famous trout fishing to be found at White River. In the lake, you can also find bass, crappies, and walleye year round. It's Arkansas's largest lake and is also considered one of the best for bass fishing in the country. Visitors can enjoy the fun of the water via tubing, water skiing, snorkeling, kayaking, and swimming. Don't forget to explore all the sandy coves and bays around the shoreline. A Bull Shoals sunset is an incredible show of colors against the surrounding mountains, so be sure not to miss out. Hiking trails are found in the area around the lake and rivers, plus there are several excellent parks in the area to discover trails and footpaths. In town, check out the Visitor Center for details on local history and exhibits, as well as the Bull Shoals Theater
Summer is the best time to visit for warm water and lovely days on the banks of the lake sunbathing and enjoying a picnic.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Bull Shoals. The hottest month in Bull Shoals is June, when temperatures peak at 99 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 7 ˚F. The wettest month in Bull Shoals is April with 14.31 inches of rain, while the driest month is September with 0.4 inches of rain.