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Old 08-08-2013, 09:58 PM   #1
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Central texas to bull shoals, ar

Traveling from Sept 20 to Oct 4 from near Waco, TX to Bull Shoals, Ar. Spending one night between Muskogee and Tahlequah Ok. That will be somewhat less than 400 miles first day. Visiting friends in Tahlequah in morning and then on to Bull Shoals. Trip back to Waco will be a different path. Looking for suggestions on where to go and what to see in area. Will start at Bull Shoals State Park, then explore from there. Know we will make at least a day trip to Branson, Mo. Just me, wife, and 4 dogs so pet friendly is mandatory. Thanks in advance for the help.

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I know there's some great caves. Mountainview or Mountain home is a great little city, this time of year there bluegrass festival is coming up in October. People are playing all over the square. Kids in school have to learn to play bluegrass. Musical Instruments are donated to them.
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Thanks for the link. I have been looking around to see what we might be able to get into. Wife's brother has a lot on the White River a few miles below Bull Shoals dam and we will be going there to see what it looks like. It has not been cleared in a few years so we might not be able to get the MH parked there on site. No facilities, utilities. Will see. Wanted to start at Bull Shoals State Park, then explore from there. Still think we will at least make a day trip to Branson. Will probably be there for at least a week.

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Wish I had more to help, heck wish I was going.
Your brother in law, I'd love to have his lot..
Hey let us know what you found to do.
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I would look at Eureka Springs, AR visitors site to see what is going on. Great Restaurants, scenic drives, shopping, and very artsy and crafts.

Another neat place to have lunch is in Jasper, AR; Ozark Café. Old time Soda counter with the best cobblers and desserts. Very scenic drive from Jasper to Eureka Springs in the toad on Highway 74 I think. From Jasper go north about 1/2 mile to the first highway to your left (Highway 74?) and you follow that to Ponca, AR. You go north a short way to Highway 103, turn left on Highway 412/103, turn north on 103 and that will take you to Highway 62. Turn left on Highway 62 to Eureka Springs. It only is about 50 miles but will take over an hour, very scenic and the Buffalo River is worth the detour as you head out of Jasper.
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Getting out the maps. Thanks.

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Daisy Lake State Park in Central AR is a great place to camp. Also if your drifting down towards I-20 Kachee National Forest Park in Minden LA is a really beautiful place to stay. Two great lakes for fishing. One on motor boats allowed.
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