Beaver Creek Cabins has something to offer everyone. A couple wanting to cozy up in front of the fireplace, a family wanting to take the reunion of a lifetime, or a group wanting to have privacy and plenty of rooms. You can find it all at Beaver Creek, and much more.

Cabin Information

Beaver Creek: Top

This large rustic cabin has something for everyone. Outside you will find a huge back yard with a volleyball net, a basketball goal, horseshoes, and campfire pit with seats, barbecue grill, and a picnic table. A large back porch lets you sit and watch the fun if you desire. Inside the cabin is spacious and complete with everything you will need. Three full baths, four bedrooms, a loft, fireplace, kitchen, washer and dryer, sun room, and a large living area with Satellite-TV-DVD. From couples to groups, everyone loves this cabin. It is very nice and totally private.

Paradise View: Top

The name says it all. If you want total privacy, a superb cabin, and a view that will knock your socks off, this is it. Sitting atop our private Beaver Creek land, this is one of the most beautiful places in the Ozarks. From the spacious 10 foot deck that wraps around 3 sides of the cabin, you can relax while you watch native Arkansas wildlife. Or, lift your eyes slightly and you will see the Upper Buffalo river valley and hundreds of square miles of forest land that make up this magnificent setting.

Paradise View was painstakingly built by local craftsman to blend the rustic charm of Ozark cabin life with all the modern conveniences you would expect. Two bedrooms upstairs with a full bath and two bedrooms downstairs with a full bath and Jacuzzi tub. All bedrooms have queen beds. There are also two extra pull out sleepers. From the native stone fireplace, to the hardwood floors, you will find beauty and quality throughout the cabin.

Both cabins have the following:

Our History

We have lived and worked in these mountains our entire lives and we are proud of our family and friends. One such person was my wife's great grand mother. You can read about her life in several books and magazines including National Geographic. Known simply as granny to visitors of the Buffalo River, she was a true mountain woman. She used to say, A stranger is only a friend I haven't met yet. We would like to welcome you with those same words, and do our best to carry on her legacy of honesty and friendship.

Cliff and Dema Beaver

Attractions Top

The Buffalo National River: experience the canoeing, fishing, we’re accessible to the early spring floating on the upper river and the summer floating on the middle river. It’s just a 60, miles to Cotter for trout fishing in the White River as well, local shuttle service and canoe rental available.

Hiking Trails: our area has more hiking trails than any other section of the river and there are additional trails in the National Forest. See the most photographed rock in Arkansas, Hawksbill Crag; the awesome Pedestal Rocks, rock climber’s favorite Sam's Throne; beautiful Lost Valley and more.

Historic Eureka Springs: looking for crafts, shows, and unique gift shops? A day trip to Eureka Springs, a Victorian spa city, can include attractions like The Great Passion Play and the narrow gauge railroad. It's just a pleasant hour's drive, tour the famous Crescent Hotel, and the church entered through the dome, enjoy fine dining, and see the turn of the century homes and buildings.

Jasper: we’re just 18 miles west of Jasper for dining, and 22 miles south of Harrison for shopping.

Branson, Missouri: has great music shows and is an easy drive, you can choose from country music, gospel, and comedy shows by some of the biggest names in the business.

Springfield, Missouri: is another good day trip to to see the famous Bass Pro Shop with its wildlife exhibits.

Mountain Biking: miles of old roads and Forest Service trails and roads are open to bike riders.

Scenic Drives: Reader's Digest calls Arkansas Highway 7 one of the top ten scenic drives in America. Be sure to take your camera for some breathtaking mountaintop views.

Wilderness Adventures: We have three wilderness areas nearby; the upper Buffalo, Ponca, Richland.

Craft and Antique shopping: local shops offer a variety of crafts and antiques at very reasonable prices.

Caving: explore on your own at recreation areas like Lost Valley or call Mystic Caverns, 870-743-1739, or Hurricane River Cave, 1-800-245-2282.

Blanchard Springs Caverns: were described as "the cave find of the century" when the huge, upper level was discovered in 1963. The multi-million dollar complex was 10 years under development. Visitor tours are offered daily with the exception of selected national holidays

and some weekdays in the winter. Reservations are recommended during heavy-use periods of summer and fall. For current information and reservations call: 870-757-2211.

Golfing: there are golf courses at Harrison, Diamond City, Bull Shoals and Huntsville.

Crafts: You’ll find them here in the Ozarks, the same functional, beautiful furniture, quilts, baskets, toys, and other treasures our ancestors made when they came here in the early 1800s.

Or, try a day trip to , Silver Dollar City for shows, crafts, and family fun. Call 1-800-952-6626 for information.

Watchable Wildlife: We’re the Elk Capitol of Arkansas by proclamation of the governor, and you can enjoy seeing our elk herd at many locations along the Buffalo River. We’ll help you select a spot for elk watching. We also have a wonderful variety of wildlife ranging from whitetail deer and black bear to gray and red squirrels and from bald eagles and great blue herons to finches. Exploring Newton County is an adventure.

Lakes: We are close enough to Bull Shoals Lake for an easy day trip to enjoy boating and fishing there.

Rates Top


21 day cancellation policy

$50 cancellation charge

Discounts for extended stays

No pets and no smoking in cabins please

Cabin Rules

Our cabins are pet free and smoke free, cigarette receptacles are provided on the deck.

Cash, personal check or travelers check preferred.


Contact Top

Beaver Creek Cabin
Owner: Dema Beaver
Phone: 870-420-3570 or 870-688-0545
HC 33 Box 66
Compton, Arkansas 72624