This is the primary recreation area for the city. Located on the shores of Bull Shoals Lake, we provide a truly marvelous camping experience. For residents, playground, tennis courts, picnic areas, boat launch and swimming holes are frequently used all season attractions.
The City's newest park is located at Corner Stone Lane near Burmingham Road and E State Hwy 76. It's the home of the annual Easter Egg Hunt and city softball league play. The picnic pavilion can be reserved by calling 417 546-4763.
The city maintains two hiking and bike trail systems. One trail system follows Bull Shoals Lake from Shadowrock Park to Empire Park at Powersite Dam. The second trails system is behind the Boys and Girls Club off Coy Blvd east of US Highway 160 and winds through the City’s Nature Preserve.
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Insurance certificate is required for all events in the park where public is invited. Insurance certificate must be on file at City Hall before Event is held.
Sponsor of event is responsible for any damages and clean-up of area used. Additional Police coverage cost can be assessed by the Board of Aldermen.
Lions Club, Taney County Fair Board, and City of Forsyth will each be responsible for 1/3 of electrical usage charge for the area of barn, ball field and arena. No other charges will be incurred by the Lions Club, Fair Board, or Chamber of Commerce for their events except for vendors.
A vendor list must be given to City of Forsyth for each event. A $5/day charge for each vendor. Sponsor of the event is responsible for collecting vendor fees.
Fireworks can be discharged in residential areas only, July 1st - 4th, and must be finished by 10 pm. Supervise children, wear shoes, and keep a water hose handy. Fire danger is High.