Top 10 Things to do in Lakeview, United States

October 22, 2017 Claudia Navarrete

Lakeview in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Dams. Discover best things to do in Lakeview with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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1. Bull Shoals Dam

153 Dam Overlook Ln, Bull Shoals, AR 72619-2845 +1 870-445-3629
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4.5 based on 94 reviews

Bull Shoals Dam

Reviewed By papagrit - Berea, KY

You can drive around a turnabout next to the dam. It really has a beautiful view and gives you an idea of how deep the lake actually is.

2. Cotter Trout Dock Guided Trout Fishing Tours

321 Big Spring Pkwy, Cotter, AR 72626
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5 based on 95 reviews

Cotter Trout Dock Guided Trout Fishing Tours

Arkansas Trout Fishing Outfitter Guide Service Guided Arkansas (one day) trout fishing trips on the White River and overnight (two day or more) fishing camp trips on our private 15 Acre island in the White River. Buffalo River wilderness area bass fishing trips and fishing camp trips. All trips are fully outfitted by us. Guides, fishing gear, camping gear (wall tents, cots, etc.), food and cooks are all included.On our one day (or half day) trips you don't just fish in the vicinity of our dock (called "fishing local"). On our usual "full day" trip, you fish 14 miles and on our usual "half day" you fish 10 miles of the White River. We then "pick you up" (along with your guides and Jon boats) and bring you back to our dock location in Cotter in our Suburbans and/or vans.Covering this larger portion of the river gives your guide the opportunity to get you to more "holes" (deeper areas) of the river where the guide knows the trout are likely to be. Catching 30 - 40 trout per day per person is not unusual. You can only keep five.If you prefer not to fish, we also do site-seeing trips the same way. Try our Shore Lunch of bacon and tomato sandwiches, black-eyed peas, hush-puppies, french fries and strawberry shortcake or banana pudding along with your freshly caught trout! This is all cooked by your guide along the riverbank over a charcoal fire.

Reviewed By William R - Hartford, Wisconsin, United States

Have been fishing from Cotter Trout Dock annually since before Debbie and Ron took over many years ago. I have NEVER been disappointed. You are treated like family. I have used many different guides. They are ALL good. Most recent trip was with Paden. This young man really knows that river. I would not hesitate in recommending him. He put me onto fish all day without lulls. Had my usual GREAT time. Highly recommended.

3. White River Family Fishing

7604 Highway 62 Byp E, Flippin, AR 72634-2008
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4.5 based on 9 reviews

White River Family Fishing

Our customers say to us that they will never fish with another out fitter because our boats are so much more comfortable safer as our boats are twenty five percent larger five feet longer gives a lot of room and it adds to the trip. also the fact that our guides do not smoke or curse and are much more helpful and curious. these are a few things we here also that one of the reasons they count the days till they can come back is the great shore lunch everyone comments that a big fish is the only that tops the fish they caught cooked for lunch

Reviewed By Alan T - Lewisville, Texas

To say that our party of four enjoyed a half-day of trout fishing with Ralph Chatelain, of "White River Family Fishing," just wouldn't adequately describe the experience. He took us TROUT CATCHING, which is a whole lot more fun. We boarded his large, roomy boat at the State Park Trout Dock in the White River Tailwaters below Bull Shoals Dam. Over the next 4 1/2 hours, Ralph kept us entertained, kept our tackle in order, kept our bait in the water, and we caught a lot of trout. We kept our limit of 20 (four of us), but threw back more than that amount to fight another day. Ralph prepared us a terrific shore lunch with the trout we had just caught. Now that's a fresh fish dinner. We took our leftovers home for another dinner the next night. I won't even attempt to describe the beauty of the scenery along the White River, but recommend that you see if at your earliest opportunity. My best buddy told me that he believes it's so beautiful because that's where God plans to spend His retirement. Sounds reasonable to me. And yes, the next time I'm in the Bull Shoals area, I intend on going fishing again with Ralph Chatelain. You should too.

4. Blue Ribbon Guides

289 Knollwood Dr, Midway, AR 72651-9377
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5 based on 1 reviews

Blue Ribbon Guides

we specialize in guided trout fly fishing trips and instruction including all gear, lunch and beverages. all you need to bring is an Arkansas fishing license and a thirst for a great day on the river. we will either wade fish and/or boat fish. we take kids to dry run creek for an experience of a lifetime. streamer fishing is a specialty chasing 'big' brown trout.

Reviewed By Josh F - Dallas, Texas

On my recent trip to northern Arkansas to visit friends, I wanted to try fly fishing for the first time as I had heard about the rivers in the area and how great the trout fishing was. I found Blue Ribbon Guides and was put in touch with Dennis. We ended up on the White River and had a great day. As mentioned, this was my first time fly fishing but within a couple minutes of easy lessons from Dennis, I had the hang of it. The day was great as I caught quite a few rainbows and had a blast! Thank you Dennis and Blue Ribbon Guides....keep it up!

5. Buffalo River Float Service

11637 Highway 14 S, Intersection of Highway 14 and Rush Road, Yellville, AR 72687-7806
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

Buffalo River Float Service

Buffalo River Float is family owned and operated. We are an authorized concessioner of the Buffalo National River. We offer canoe, kayak, raft, tube rentals and shuttle services. In addition we offer guided scenic river tours along with guided fishing trips. Our float trips range from 1/2 day trips to 10 day trips.

Reviewed By bigredwombat - Plano, Texas

I paddled midweek, and this outfitter was less crowded than Wild Bill's. Good service and got me on the river fast, even though only two of us in van. Their tandem kayaks (sit-in) were showing their wear-and-tear but I don't know that the other outfitters...MoreThanks for the feedback, it is greatly appreciated. We have had some problems with the longevity on the brand of tandem sit-in kayaks we use. They are just not lasting as long as we wish.

6. Norfork National Fish Hatchery

1414 Ark 177 South, Salesville, AR 72653
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4.5 based on 11 reviews

Norfork National Fish Hatchery

Reviewed By Brandie H - Lincoln City, Oregon

The actual hatchery was interesting to walk through but the stream was so packed with kids fishing that they were practically snagging each others fishing lines. And the fish are so used to the fishing that you could literally see tons of trout sitting there and not even flinching when the bait was thrown at them. My son actually landed his bait right on top of a trout and it didn't even flinch! All of the piers and stairs need to have some type of skid stop put on them as my father in law fell while walking down the walkway and tore his quadricep muscle practically right off his hip/knee. He just got out of surgery yesterday to reattach it. For that reason, I only gave this place a 2. With the humidity and the moisture from the stream, the park should know better than to not have any type of footing/skid control on the walkways and jetty's. After seeing my father in law fall, I'd be hesitate to let my son go back out onto the pier to fish without a good pair of tennis shoes.

7. The Cheese Barn

6778 Highway 62 W, Gassville, AR 72635-8621 +1 870-405-8002
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5 based on 4 reviews

We are a specialty store that offers Amish goods and fine cheese from Wisconsin and the Amish. We have free samples of cheese for customers to try before they buy. We cant sample everything, but we usually have about 15 different kinds of cheese to try every day. The variety is different from day to day. We also have honey and different spices made locally. Other items too numerous to mention.

Reviewed By Gran7 - Crossett

This is a great cheese barn...lots and lots of usual and unusual cheesed to be found here. They have unusual spices and interesting sauces. I will always stop here when in the area.

8. Donald W. Reynolds Library

300 Library Hill Ln, Mountain Home, AR 72653-4867 +1 870-580-0987
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5 based on 28 reviews

Donald W. Reynolds Library

Reviewed By Heidi K - Moutain Home

We are blessed in this community to have such a wonderful library. The selection is great and the staff is always very helpful and friendly. They also have wonderful programs throughout the year that is wide ranged for all ages and lifestyles. There is also a small cafe in the library so you can grab a bite to eat and enjoy a good book. Wonderful enchanting place!

9. Raimondo Winery

1406 Highway 62 W, Mountain Home, AR 72653-4633 +1 870-424-0234
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4.5 based on 45 reviews

Raimondo Winery

Raimondo Winery is a family-owned winery. Our wines are hand-crafted using artisan techniques in small lots from premium California grapes. We specialize in Italian and Iberian wines. In addition to exceptional wines, we offer extra virgin olive oils and premium balsamic vinegars. We invite you to sample our products, take a cooking class, or visit our wine store. We are now located in Mountain Home, Arkansas. 1406 Highway 62 West Mountain Home, Arkansas 72563

Reviewed By SABlakemore - Nashville, Tennessee

The wine tasting was fabulous. It was an unexpected delight for this wine snob. The infused olive oils and balsamic vinegars were out of this world. Margie's entrepreneurial journey is an inspiration for all women. She was delightful! We leafy with our arms full of...MoreThank you so much.. I appreciate your feedback and support. And very happy that you enjoyed your visit with us.. It was a great time for me also to share my passion with you. Looking forward to your next visit with us. Margie and staff

10. Highway 125 Park Bull Shoals

3200 Marina Drive, Peel, AR 72668
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5 based on 5 reviews

Highway 125 Park Bull Shoals

Reviewed By cataws - Louisiana

We came across the lake on the ferry and needed a place to park for lunch. A man on the ferry recommended this park. It was free to visit and use the restrooms. We were able to park the motorcycles and have a lunch in the shaded picnic areas. I have to say this was the cleanest and nicest smelling public bathroom I have EVER been in. They had trash cans nearby and running water we could wash up when we were done. It was a glorious picnic because of how nice everything was at this park.

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