Whether you prefer a rustic campsite, one of 62 full-service camping sites or a night in the park’s iconic lodge, Echo Bluff State Park has you covered. Fill your days with floating, hiking, swimming, fishing or just relaxing in the shadow of the park’s namesake, Echo Bluff.
Echo Bluff is the largest sheer bluff feature of the property. Made of Eminence dolomite, the bluff has been cut by water into concavity, creating a stunning effect. Just below this geologic wonder is Sinking Creek, a crystal-clear Ozarks stream that serves as the second largest tributary to the Current River. From the park’s lodge, guests will be able to enjoy this one-of-a-kind stunning panorama.
Sinking Creek flows into the Current River approximately a quarter-mile from the park, allowing park visitors great opportunities to float the Current using the park as both a starting point and an ending point for their floats.
The property is bordered on the north and the east by the Roger Pryor Pioneer Backcountry.
Reservations are currently being accepted for lodging stays in the park's new lodge and cabins. The park officially opens July 30, 2016. There are 20 lodge rooms and nine cabins available in this scenic park. To make lodging reservations, click on the Make a Reservation link on the park's website.