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10 days ago

This was a great trail. Very kid and pet friendly. 2 adults, 2 kids, and 3 dogs managed the trail pretty easily. It is well marked and cleared. You do have to watch your step since it is pretty rocky but was easily managed.

Another great little trail for families with young kids. Easy peasy. With a great view of Bull Shoals Lake at the top of the loop.

Great little trail that is right next to the state park. Hiked it many times through the years as we've come to camp at the park. Kid and dog friendly.

hiking
3 months ago

on Big Bluff Trail

hiking
3 months ago

Light to moderate trail with beautiful views overlooking the White River. We went with kids (2 to 16) and they did well.

5 months ago

Nice trail right in the state park with a scenic view at the top. It probably doesn't need to be said but make sure you have bug spray on

hiking
8 months ago

The lookout over the bluff was beautiful. Well worth the hike!!!

hiking
8 months ago

It was a pretty trail. There were parts that were overgrown but two men came along behind us weed eating.

8 months ago

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8 months ago

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9 months ago

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10 months ago

A rocky, but good trail. The complaints about it "not being fun because it's all woods for the most part" is ridiculous. If you're going to hike, you should expect to be hiking in woods to get there.. Enjoy nature!

There IS a parking spot on the side of the PowerHouse RD. You do NOT have to drive through the campgrounds and hope for a place to park. I asked the office at the campground and they told me about the parking spot on powerhouse rd. When the road splits off (left goes to the campground and right stays on powerhouse rd), keep on going (right) and you'll come across the parking space on your left.

hiking
10 months ago

The trail itself is great, I really enjoyed it! It took me awhile to find and I had to go to the visitor center and ask because the coordinates on this are currently incorrect. The REAL location of this trail is here (http://imgur.com/LJxPXuJ)

If you're IN Bull Shoals, drive across the dam (towards Lakeview) and around the bend. Immediately after the bend is a park on your left. I recommend passing the first turn off on your left and going to the second one. Immediately when you turn into the park, there will be a sign and a parking place for the Lakeside Trail.

Coming towards Bull Shoals from Lake View.. right before Bull Shoals there will be a park on your right, take the first turn off into the park and you'll be at the trail.

Shame at the person who put the location incorrectly on here, it made for mass confusion for me.

hiking
11 months ago

good good

hiking
1 year ago

on Big Bluff Trail

2 years ago