Camping Cabin near Ozark National Forest in Mountain View, ArkansasMountain View, Arkansas (United States of America)
Camping Cabin near Ozark National Forest in Mountain View, Arkansas
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This cozy camping cabin is nestled in the hills just outside of Mountain View, Arkansas and can accommodate up to four guests. There is one bedroom and one bathroom. The bedroom has two queen-size beds and linen and towels are provided. In the kitchenette, guests will find a small refrigerator, a microwave and coffee pots. Toaster ovens can be requested from the host. There is a small dining table with space for four guests. Outside, there is a covered deck with rocking chairs to take in the stunning views as well as shared grills for cookouts.
Guest staying in this cabin can enjoy all the comforts of home with complimentary Wi-Fi, cable TV, heating, and air conditioning. There are shared grills for outdoor cookouts.
- Dining table
- Wildlife watching
- Joined in 2017
- More than 20 bookings
1 accommodation in Glamping Hub
Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Mountain View, Arkansas (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
Guests will be spoiled for choice with the activities available in Mountain View. The city hosts numerous festivals throughout the year, such as the Arkansas Folk Festival, the Mountain View Bluegrass Festival, and the Syllamo Revenge-Mountain Bike Challenge. In Blanchard Springs Caverns, guests can take guided tours through water-carved passages, including an underground river and the world’s largest flowstone. In Ozark Folk Center State Park, guests can see presentations and demonstrations of the Ozark crafts and music, and participate in workshops. In downtown Mountain View, guests can hear some authentic folk music in Cash's White River Theater, Jimmy Driftwood Music Barn, and Ozark Folk Center Auditorium.