From Lead Hill, AR, travel 4 mi. on SR 7 N and follow signs into campground.
BOATING, CAMPING, SWIMMING SITE
LEAD,BULL SHOALS LAKE,BULL SHOALS LAKE
Lead Hill Campground is a splendid, sizable campground with plenty of waterfront sites along the shores of Bull Shoals Lake.
The lake, renowned as a haven for water sports enthusiasts, boasts nearly 1,000 miles of shoreline along the Arkansas and Missouri border.
Year-round fishing tournaments keep fishermen active as they seek out 12-pound bass. The lake also attracts birders, naturalists, hikers, scuba divers and those who come for all types of motorboat sports.
Most of the 75 campsites have canopies over picnic tables for cooling shade, and each one is equipped with electric hookups. The campground also has two group campsites, a playground, designated swim area and a marina.
Lead Hill is on the Arkansas side of Bull Shoals, which stretches across the border of Arkansas and Missouri. Bull Shoals Lake, formed by a dam built in 1951, stems from the White River in the Ozark Mountains, and eventually flows into the Mississippi.
Cruise around the lake to see the many public parks operated by the Army Corps of Engineers. These parks cover additional swim areas, 11 marinas and several hundred miles of undeveloped land and coves.