Wagon Wheel Resort is located at 2655 Highway 101 in Gamaliel, Arkansas, just 1/4 of a mile north of the 101 bridge, next to Bidwell Point Park,  and less than 10 miles Northeast of the city of Mountain Home.  We are also less than 2 hours from Branson, Missouri attractions.

About Lake Norfork

Lake Norfork is a large man-made highland reservoir, distancing 42 miles in length and including 550 miles of shoreline, which is protected and owned by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers.  This ownerships protects the natural Ozark forest that lines the shore and keeps the land undeveloped, making for an immaculate view of the lake from the bluffs, as well as an equally breathtaking view of the forest from the water.   Lake Norfork and it’s surrounding sister lakes are known by many for their clean, clear blue waters, clear enough for fresh water scuba diving.  It is also well known for it’s plentiful supply of hybrid and striper bass, as well as large and small mouth bass, walleye, white bass, monster crappie,  catfish, and bluegill.  Beyond the fishing, Lake Norfork offers over 20,000 acres of public land surrounding it’s lake which is accessible during hunting season.  During open season, local hunters often hunt whitetail deer, wild turkeys, duck, goose, squirrel, rabbit, fox, bear, opossum, racoon, dove, and quail.  Imagine waking up in your heated cabin and walking just feet to your hunting location!  During the Spring and Summer months, you will also find families and friends enjoying water sports on this open lake, without having to worry about a crowd!  For more information regarding all this large body of clean, fresh water has to offer, visit the Norfork Lake Chamber of Commerce website.

 Lake View 3

About the Arkansas Ozark Mountain Region

What attracts so many to this area isn’t just the gorgeous lakes and clear waters, but the rocky hills and lush forests that cover so much of area.  This makes a great location for those who enjoy outdoor activities, including motorcycle riding, hiking, camping, ATV trail riding, fishing and hunting, horseback riding, ziplining, canoe and kayaking, and more!  See a waterfall, visit a cavern, or stumble upon a small swimming hole!  Enjoy the area’s history, friendly communities, relaxed lifestyle, and locally owned businesses.  If you’d like to learn more about what the area has to offer, you may visit the Ozark Mountain Region‘s website for more information.