TAKE THOSE KIDS FISHING!

For the best dates

PLAN YOUR NORFORK LAKE SPRING BREAK ADVENTURE NOW

Striped Bass fishing on Norfork Lake
World Class Fishing
Crappie fishing on Norfork lake
Slab-Sized Crappie
Fun-Filled Adventures
Family hiking along Norfork Lake shore
Hiking & Biking
Stay Your Way
Boats zipping across Norfork Lake
Boating
Norfork Lake sunset
About Norfork Lake
Jet skis race across Norfork Lake.
Water Sports Action
Couple Camping on Sandy beach on Norfork Lake
Sandy Beaches
Fireworks
Snorkeling clear water Norfork Lake
Scuba Dive & Snorkel
Morning fishing on Norfork Lake
Fishing Reports

65 Miles Of Cruiseable Waterway

550 Miles Of Pristine Shoreline

A Gazillion Days Of Sunshine

YOUR NORFORK LAKE VACATION IS

Rising bluffs and forested hills surround the secluded beauty and crystal clear waters of this Ozark Mountain jewel. Norfork Lake, Arkansas’ hidden treasure, is a short 10 minute drive from Mountain Home in north central Arkansas and extends just over the border into Southern Missouri. With a 65 mile length of crystal blue water and up to 550 miles of un-commercialized shoreline, Norfork Lake is more than just a fantastic recreation area, it’s your escape from everyday life.

Pristine water awaits you for boating, fishing, sightseeing or just enjoying sitting and doing nothing to a great sunrise or sunset. Experience the quiet nature, relaxation, and peace of Norfork Lake. Awesome in its dimensions and complexity, the beauty of the Norfork Lake in the heart of the Ozark Mountains will make your visit an experience you’ll never forget. Visit Norfork Lake soon. We have a comfortable lawn chair waiting with your name on it. You won’t be disappointed!

Girl fishing from boat on Norfork Lake

Family with large stringer of stripers

There Must Be Something In The Water.

A visit to Norfork Lake causes

Worrywarts to chill out,

Workaholics to clock out,

Wallflowers to get out,

Kids to leave their X-Box behind and go out, and

Magically disconnects your hand from your cell phone.

There’s got to be something in the water.

Boys and dad with striped bass at Norfork lake.