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  • Bull Shoals-White River State Park, Bull Shoals, Arkansas

    We camped 2 nights at Bull Shoals-White River State Park near Bull Shoals, Arkansas in June 2013 in site 75.

    We had a water/electric site on the White River. Great water quality and pressure. Consistent 50A electric service. There are sites with sewer in the park. Some of the sites quite close together. Fortunately, the sites adjacent to ours were vacant most the time we were there.

    One developed hiking trail. The parks main attraction is trout fishing. The visitor center is across the dam and is huge and beautiful.

    Water level and flow in the White River varies. It is down stream from the Bull Shoals hydroelectric dam. It is released depending on power demand.

    Beautiful area. We would stay here again.
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    Russell
    '13 Excel Winslow 34IKE
    '16 GMC Sierra 3500HD
    Previous RV's: '03 MobileScout Titan 29DBS;
    '01 Sunnybrook 2708 SLE; '99 Coleman Utah

  • #2
    Boy Russell, you sure do camp in some nice places!
    Clayton & Gayle
    2007 SB Mobile Scout/Titan 34BWKS LX, Mor/ryde Suspension & Pin Box
    2008 F-350 SD Lariat 6.4L PSD, TorqueShift w/Tow Cmd, 3.73 LS, SRW
    Super Cab, Long Bed, Firestone Ride-Rites & a 20k Reese Pro Hitch

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    • #3
      It is calling your name Clayton
      Frank and Janet Henn
      Traveling with Hoover and Rainbow the Wonder dogs and Now with Sunshine the rescue Schnauzer
      2008 CrossRoads Cruiser CF32BL Pushing a 2007 Dodge 2500 CDT with a six speed Automaticsigpic
      out of Brandon Mississippi

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      • #4
        If you'd quit tearing up your trailer and then putting it in storage at the Body Shop, it would be calling you too.
        Clayton & Gayle
        2007 SB Mobile Scout/Titan 34BWKS LX, Mor/ryde Suspension & Pin Box
        2008 F-350 SD Lariat 6.4L PSD, TorqueShift w/Tow Cmd, 3.73 LS, SRW
        Super Cab, Long Bed, Firestone Ride-Rites & a 20k Reese Pro Hitch

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        • #5
          It would be a nice place to take Gayle, after all it is out of Louisiana.. No fair hitting below the belt.. And it is not nice to come home and have to tell the Lovely Janet package that we are still waiting on parts
          Frank and Janet Henn
          Traveling with Hoover and Rainbow the Wonder dogs and Now with Sunshine the rescue Schnauzer
          2008 CrossRoads Cruiser CF32BL Pushing a 2007 Dodge 2500 CDT with a six speed Automaticsigpic
          out of Brandon Mississippi

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          • #6
            :sorry: Frank. Really am. The Devil made me post that.

            I wish we could go that far. About a two hour ride is Gayle's limit on good days. That 3-1/2 hour ride for her surgery follow-up visits nearly do her in. But one day that will all be behind us and we will then have to "catch-up" on what we've missed.
            Clayton & Gayle
            2007 SB Mobile Scout/Titan 34BWKS LX, Mor/ryde Suspension & Pin Box
            2008 F-350 SD Lariat 6.4L PSD, TorqueShift w/Tow Cmd, 3.73 LS, SRW
            Super Cab, Long Bed, Firestone Ride-Rites & a 20k Reese Pro Hitch

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            • #7
              Originally posted by CWGilley View Post
              :sorry: Frank. Really am. The Devil made me post that.
              I know the power of the force some times make you walk on the dark side
              Frank and Janet Henn
              Traveling with Hoover and Rainbow the Wonder dogs and Now with Sunshine the rescue Schnauzer
              2008 CrossRoads Cruiser CF32BL Pushing a 2007 Dodge 2500 CDT with a six speed Automaticsigpic
              out of Brandon Mississippi

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              • #8
                Originally posted by CWGilley View Post
                ....I wish we could go that far. About a two hour ride is Gayle's limit on good days....
                Break up the drive. Drive 2 hours and stay a couple of days, then repeat. You can go anywhere. Just may take some time.
                Russell
                '13 Excel Winslow 34IKE
                '16 GMC Sierra 3500HD
                Previous RV's: '03 MobileScout Titan 29DBS;
                '01 Sunnybrook 2708 SLE; '99 Coleman Utah

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                • #9
                  Thanks for the thought. We talked about traveling like that. Trouble is she's still got more bad days than good ones and I wouldn't want to force her into having to stay hold up in the trailer for 2 or 3 at a time.

                  She's getting better all the time and eventually we'll get there.
                  Clayton & Gayle
                  2007 SB Mobile Scout/Titan 34BWKS LX, Mor/ryde Suspension & Pin Box
                  2008 F-350 SD Lariat 6.4L PSD, TorqueShift w/Tow Cmd, 3.73 LS, SRW
                  Super Cab, Long Bed, Firestone Ride-Rites & a 20k Reese Pro Hitch

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by CWGilley View Post
                    Thanks for the thought. We talked about traveling like that.....
                    We frequently travel like that and have for many years.

                    The Arkansas trip spanned 12 days and we stayed at 4 different campgrounds. We made a big loop from Dallas, through Oklahoma to Devil's Den to Bull Shoals to Lake Catherine and back home. The longest tow of the trip was the last day and that was 300 miles.
                    Russell
                    '13 Excel Winslow 34IKE
                    '16 GMC Sierra 3500HD
                    Previous RV's: '03 MobileScout Titan 29DBS;
                    '01 Sunnybrook 2708 SLE; '99 Coleman Utah

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