Deer Cabin Top
Deer cabin is a cedar log cabin located down a dirt road where privacy and seclusion is kept a secret. You can either sit on the back porch and enjoy the sunset or enjoy a peaceful walk down leisure trails while listening to the trees swaying and birds chirping.
This Ozark Cedar Log Cabin is surrounded by woods, features an open living area with vaulted ceilings, TV/VCR/DVD, two loveseats with hide-a-way beds, and central air and heat. The Deer Cabin sleeps up to 7. It has a fully equipped kitchen with microwave, coffee pot, toaster, and cook ware. Cabin has one master bedroom with queen bed and only one full bathroom. The upstairs loft has one double bed, one twin bed, and a comfy futon couch. Also outside we have a picnic table, gas grill, charcoal grill, and a fire pit for those smore's lovers. A pond within walking distance for small game fishing.
Dogwood Cabin Top
Dogwood Cabin is a cedar log cabin located down a secluded dirt road where solitude is allowed. You can either sit on the back porch and enjoy the sunset or walk below and make a campfire and roast marshmallows.
The Dogwood Cabin sleeps up to 10 people comfortably with central air and heating. This cabin is equipped with two bedrooms with one queen size bed each, a loft with one full size bed, two twin beds with a futon, two full bathroom, and full kitchen with connecting living room. Also a private living room downstairs, with washer and dryer. Also outside we have a picnic table, gas grill, charcoal grill, and a fire pit for those smore's lovers. A pond within walking distance for small game fishing.
Here on the property we have three ponds for fishing with bass, bream, catfish and sunperch. We have several hiking trails, from 15 min. to pack a lunch and explore the forest.
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 12 miles south of Jasper for dining, and 24 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.
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.
Pet friendly with prior notification.
Pets Allowed only at Deer and Dogwood cabins
$10.00 + (10%) per night per pet for Small Dogs (10 lbs & under)
$15.00 + (10%) per night per pet for Large Dogs
Stalls and turnouts for Horses,
Call ahead for Arrangements,
$5.00 per horse per night
Negative Coggins required
Open year round.
Minimum stay, 2 nights
Our cabin is smoke free, we have ashtrays on the covered porch
Cash, personal check or travelers check preferred.
We accept credit cards with a 3% charge.
Deer Cabin Check Availability
- 2 Persons per Night $115 + tax (10%)
- Each Additional Person $20.00 + (10%) Per Night
Dogwood Cabin Check Availability
- 2 Persons per Night $155 + tax (10%)
- Each Additional Person $20.00 + (10%) Per Night
Whiskey Hollow Cabin (No pets allowed) Check Availability
- 2 Persons per Night $195 + tax (10%)
- Each Additional Person $20.00 + (10%) Per Nigh
Please let us know if you are a repeating guest when booking,
**Childern of ages 4 and under stay for free
50% Deposit is required to hold reservation.
Cancellations accepted and deposits refunded, less a service charge,
if notified 14 days prior to arrival.
Sales tax of 10% added to total bill.
Deer Lodge Cabins
Your Hosts: Pattie Mills
HC 31 Box 147
Smith Mountain Road
Jasper, Arkansas 72641