If you haven’t experienced the Peel Ferry Route, you haven’t experienced the most unique route in the Ozarks. The Peel Ferry was developed when the White River was dammed to make Bull Shoals Lake. The lake now covers AR Highway 125 leading into Missouri. To compensate for the road loss, the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department created the ferry to transport vehicles across the lake into Missouri. There is no charge for the ferry ride. Just pull up to the landing, wait for the ferry to arrive (about every 20 minutes) and enjoy a ride across the lake. The route takes you on a wonderful ride through the Missouri countryside before arriving in Forsyth, MO and Branson, MO. Enjoy the great shopping, dining, and shows in Branson, MO.

 

Route Distance: 113 miles with 378 curves.
Gasoline Locations: Harrison, Bergman, Forsyth, MO and Branson, MO
Time Frame: 2 hours, 58 minutes

Map: https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?hl=en&mid=11VweZzb48Ja7ZKJkjFrBxoAoq3oGZBhB&ll=36.835758323218485%2C-92.66075165527343&z=9

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