3 bedrooms, one bathroom, 8 guests maximum.
Minimum age of primary renter:24
Noise levels must not disturb neighbors. Smoking outside only. No public intoxication.
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
Great little cabin, would love to come back
Come enjoy a relaxing White River Float Trip.
You can rent our canoes, kayaks or rafts and shuttle yourselves (DIY) using our trailer or we can handle everything for you.
In the summertime the cool waters of the White River make even the hottest day comfortable.
The White River is a perfect river for those times when you just want to float down a river and not be worried about the Class 3 rapids around the next bend….that’s because there aren’t any! On the section of the White River we float, the most exciting water might have a few standing waves not over 1 foot in height & those can be easily detoured around.
On each trip you will end up taking out on our private property 1/4 mile downstream of Red’s Landing public access on the White River. If you are lodging with us, then you’ll be home at the end of your trip!
Float Trip Rates if we handle the shuttle
All of our canoe/raft trips include pfd jackets and paddles. If you have someone in your group weighing less than 60 lbs, bring their pdf as ours do not fit those under 60 lbs.
A canoe or kayak float trip means – 1 canoe (3 people max., not to exceed 500 lbs) or 1 tandem kayak , or 2 single kayaks.
16 mile canoe or kayak float trip $70, for the first canoe or kayak.
12 mile canoe or kayak float trip $60, for the first canoe or kayak.
5 mile canoe or kayak float trip $50, for the first canoe or kayak.
Each additional canoe or tandem kayak $40 for a group
Each additional single kayak $30
Do it yourself! No shuttle service provided.
You can use our trailer, pulled by your insured vehicle. Float must be on the White River. Depending on availability of trailers.
Canoe $ 40
Single Kayak $ 30
Tandem Kayak $ 40
Blanchard Springs Caverns – This cave ranks as a top 10 for North American caves. It’s 1 ½ hour tours are very easy , unless you take the extreme “Wild Cave Tour”. Then you will strap on your headlight and crawl through remote areas of the cave that will leave you breathless and dirty!
Enjoy taking your children to Dry Run Creek. This special stream is just for anglers 15 and under. It is all catch and release and there are some “monster” trout in it! 15 minutes from us.
The country’s first designated National River, the Buffalo River is close by and many of our guests take a day to float it and admire it’s towering bluffs and pristine water. A good float on the Buffalo River is the 7 miles from the Hwy 65 Bridge to Rush. This is a full day event, if you are interested we can arrange it. 1 hour from us.
Crooked Creek with it’s great smallmouth fishing is also popular. 45 minutes from us. Floating either one of these streams makes for a great day trip.
The National Fish Hatchery – Just 15 minutes away you can see how trout are raised from eggs to 12″ fish. If you haven’t seen a fish hatchery before, you can see one of the biggest and best here.
Horseback Riding – We have a great local outfitter offering a horseback trail riding experience. This outfitter is a budget minded style of trail riding that is popular with children. 35 minutes from us.
Loco Ropes is a zipline and ropes challenge course. There are 3 courses that will test your balance and nerve. Kids LOVE it! They also have a climbing wall. 35 minutes from us.
Play on the Lakes – Quarry Marina or Jordan Marina – Lake Norfork can be accessed at 2 different points within 15 – 20 minutes and, like Bull Shoals which is 30 minutes away, you can rent any boat or water toy and enjoy your day at the lake. Both of these lakes are two of the clearest in the country and are very popular with the scuba divers. Something unique to Arkansas is the ability to spearfish for bass, wall eye, crappie. Spear fishing divers come from all over the country to enjoy this sport. .
The Wolf House – The oldest structure west of the Mississippi River stands only 5 minutes from us. In addition you can find the Wolf Family cemetery where Major Wolf is buried within a 1/2 mile hike of us. In a small grove of trees in a little noticed location sits a cemetery with many headstones marked with dates from the 1820’s.
The Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View – This small town located 35 minutes from us is the home of the only park in America devoted to the preservation of Southern mountain folk culture and music. The Ozark Folk Center State Park is a living museum of traditional pioneer skills, such as furniture making, quilting, blacksmithing, tintype photography, woodcarving and 15 other craft demonstrations. Folk music concerts, performed in a 1,000-seat theater, feature songs and instruments from America’s past. The park also offers a restaurant, library, visitor center and gift shop.
The town of Mountain View has a variety of music shows, shopping, restaurants, plus impromptu folk music gatherings.