- The list below includes 7 free or cheap things to do in or near Bull Shoals, Arkansas, including 30 different types of inexpensive activities like Caverns & Caves, Lake, Other Entertainment and Specialty Museums.
- From Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock to Bull Shoals Caverns, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Bull Shoals and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Mountain Home.
Bull Shoals have some of the most beautiful lakes and rivers in the country. Whether you want to fish, dive, or just cruise Bull Shoals, the Bull Shoals Boat Dock is first class with rentals of house boats, pontoons, deck boats, and fishing boats.
The ancient Bull Shoals Caverns were created roughly 350 million years ago during what is known as the Ordovician period. They are created from limestone and feature stalactites and stalagmites in almost every color.
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402 Cranfield Road, Mountain Home, AR 72653 MoreLess Info
Miniature fans and antique collectors enjoy visiting Mountain Home's Miniature Museums of Merritt Tiny Town Tours. The museum tour allows guests to view over 200,000 miniatures, as well as an assortment of dollhouses, original art work and poetry.
Sun Valley Cinema is a quaint, independent movie theater in Mountain Home. The theater features quality sound and video, full service snack back and comfortable seating, while offering a retro feel to the movie going experience.
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2588 Highway 5 N, Mountain Home, AR 72653 MoreLess Info
Miniature golf fans will discover a fun course to play along with a classic eatery at All About Mini-Golf & Ice Cream Parlor. After putt-putt guests can enjoy a hearty meal and a sweet treat, too.
Led by a guide with over 20 years of experience, Stone's Guide Service is a business offering guided fishing trips in the nearby local lakes. Full-day, 3/4 day, and half-day trips are available to fishers of all skill levels.
Besides 2 unexplored and untamed caves, the Hurricane River Cave system follows the bedding of an ancient river. In here can be found vestiges of the native tribes, dating back to 8,000 years ago. These caves were also used by the outlaws as hideouts.
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Tyler Bend State Park, Harrison, AR MoreLess Info
A preserved cabin and homestead from the early part of the 20th century, the Collier Homestead at Tyler Bend offers a glimpse into an earlier era in American history. The homestead is available for tours and special events.