Offering 550 miles of shoreline and covering 22,000 acres, crystal-clean Lake Norfork offers a little something for everyone. Take to the water for boating, water skiing, and swimming. Don’t have a watercraft? Visit one of the commercial docks on the lake to rent one. The fishing here is as good as you’ll find in the region, especially for bass, crappie, and walleye. Diving is another popular pastime on the lake; explore underwater treasures including a sunken bus, airplane, bulldozer, and even the former Henderson Bridge. Enjoy a picnic in one of the 19 developed U.S. Army Corps of Engineers parks, or make it a longer stay with a rented cabin that provides your own spot for relaxation with friends and family as you explore the bluffs and rolling hills in between legendary Ozark sunsets. Whatever stirs your soul, you’ll find your own personal paradise on Lake Norfork.