Secluded Mountain Cabin Rental Set Deep in the Ozark Hills, MissouriDixon, Missouri (United States of America)
Secluded Mountain Cabin Rental Set Deep in the Ozark Hills, Missouri
"Had known about this place for a few years. Finally took the opportunity of my sons 30th birthday, as impedis to get away for a couple days/nights. W…"
Enjoy a camping rental in the Ozark Hills, Missouri!
This secluded cabin rental is set deep in the Ozark Hills of Missouri and can accommodate two guests. There is one room with bed, cooking and eating facilities. This is an off-the-grid cabin known for its 1800's appeal. Linens and towels are provided. The bed is an an antique double bed. Of course, the bath is outside - a clean, comfortable privy (outhouse). For warmer temps, a solar heated shower is outside.
The kitchen is equipped with gas cooking facilities. Other amenities include kerosene lamps and a wood stove for heat. Water is provided. The cabin is turn-key, bring only your personal things. Parking is available on site.
Outside there is a covered porch with a swing and comfortable furniture for relaxing under the stars. A fire pit, a barbecue kettle, and wood are provided for guests to use and there is a pen for horses.
Glampers have private access to the Gasconade River and can make use of the on-site canoes.
- 1 Double bed
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
Surfaces are wiped with bleach cleaner between each reservation.
Check-in: 03:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Check out: 11:30 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
There is a two-day minimum stay except on major holiday weekends when the minimum stay is three days. Week-long stays can begin any day except Saturdays.
A maximum of two pets is permitted. Pets must be well-mannered and are not allowed on the furniture. Guests should ensure all pets are treated for fleas and are not left alone indoors unless crated. Horse pens are available on site.
Smoking is not allowed indoors but is permitted on the decks and porches.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Dixon, Missouri (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Wildlife watching
Dixon is home to a small Amish community where guests can buy handmade goods. There is a range of eateries, caves, and antique stores in the area.
Hikers can take on some of the many trails across the Ozark Hills. Just a few steps from the retreat, Clifty Creek Natural Area has a two-mile loop leading to the breathtaking Clifty Creek Natural Bridge and picturesque cliffs, perfect for photographers. Birdwatchers can spot kingfishers and Louisiana waterthrush, while hunting is also permitted in the area.
Mark Twain National Forest has around 750 miles of paths perfect for hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking. There are over 350 miles of perennial streams, ideal for canoeing, kayaking, and rafting.
Glampers seeking a more relaxed pace can enjoy wine tasting tours at the St James Winery. Guests can enjoy a round of golf at Oak Hills Country Club, Oak Meadow Country Club, and St James Golf Club, all within an hour of the property.
There are two popular Route 66 stops which are reachable in under 40 minutes from the retreat. The historic Devil’s Elbow Bridge is one of Missouri’s seven scenic wonders and offers stunning views over the Big Piney River. Guests with a sweet tooth will love the selection of products on offer at Uranus Fudge Factory.
Under an hour away, Rolla Is home to Fugitive Beach, which is great for sunbathing and swimming. There are waterslides, cliff jumps, and sand volleyball for active glampers. Thrill seekers will love the range of attractions at Splash Zone Waterpark. Next door to that, Ber Juan Park is ideal for picnics and relaxing under the sun.
Just over an hour away, guests can head to Jefferson City or Lebanon for a shopping, bars, restaurants, cafes, and sightseeing. Further out, St Louis has a zoo, botanical gardens, museums, and much more for glampers to see.
Those who would rather stay close to the retreat can have fun without having to travel. Guests have private access to the Gasconade River and can make use of the boats, or canoes provided by the host. Swimming and fishing are also popular in the river. There are mountain bikes for visitors to use. Glampers can also relax with a book or bask in the natural surroundings while overlooking the vast woodland area from the comfort of the deck.