Bull Shoals Dam & Lake,
James A. Gaston Visitor Center, Bull Shoals-White River State Park,
Top O’ The Ozarks Tower, Bull Shoals Caverns, Mountain Village
1890, Bull Shoals Museum, White River, Ranger Boats facility, and
founders Forrest Wood's Outdoor Sports Gallery.
Cotter, “Trout Capital, USA,” Bull Shoals tailwater
(the White River), R.M. Ruthven Cotter Bridge - Listed on the National
Register of Historic Places, and Pot Shoals Net Pens where you can
see 250,000 trout and catfish in net pens.
Yellville, Home of the Turkey Trot Festival, Fred Berry
Conservation Education Center on Crooked Creek, Buffalo National River and
Park - offering boundless canoeing opportunities - the 1800s silver town of
Rush, Morning Star Loop Trail passing the ruins of mine buildings from 1886,
and Buffalo Point.
Ride the last automobile ferry in the state (Peel
Ferry), see the solar hook sundial, fish, swim or boat on Bull Shoals
Lake and enjoy the scenic and curvy roads on your way to Branson
for great family entertainment & shopping!