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Hiking

Hiking

There are four trails managed by USACE and its partners on Bull Shoals Lake. 

Dogwood trail is located in Lakeview Park. The trail head for this moderately difficult trail begins at the trail kiosk and winds through the woods to the lake.  The round trip distance on this moderately challenging trail is approximately 3 miles. 

Forsyth Trail is located in Shadow Rock Park in Forsyth, MO.  The one-way distance on this easy-to-hike trail is approximately 2.5 miles. 

Wildwood Trail is located in Theodosia, MO on Ozark County Road 635.  The round trip distance on this moderately challenging trail is about 4 miles. 

The Roy Danuser Trail is located in Bull Shoals, AR.  The newly constructed one-mile loop and spur was a partnership effort between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Bull Shoals-White River State Park, the City of Bull Shoals, and the North Central Arkansas Master Naturalists.  The new construction creates an interconnected trail network totaling 2¼ miles in length.  The trail begins in Roy Danuser City Park and ends at the Bull Shoals-White River State Park Visitor Center.  More information about this new trail can be found here. 

More hiking opportunities can be found at the Bull Shoals-White River State Park.