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Cozy, secluded, romantic cabin in a breathtaking setting with luxurious amenities. Let your stress melt away in the hot tub while you gaze at the stars or take in the sunrise together! Minutes from river access in Ponca for floating the Buffalo River. Also close to scenic hiking trails such as Compton, Hawksbill Crag, Lost Valley, and more! You can either stay in and relax with satellite TV, Smart TV, WiFi, and Bluray player, or venture out to explore the beautiful Ozark Mountains. Or do both!
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- Witts Springs
Our cheerful, quiet and private a-frame style cabin is only 25 miles from the Buffalo National River with canoeing, swimming, and other activities. It is 6 miles from the Richland Creek Wilderness and about 8 miles from Falling Water creek, and 12 miles from Richland Creek Campground where the trail head starts for Richland Falls and Twin Falls. It is 25 miles from Marshall, 45 miles from Clinton and Walmart. We are only 1.5 hours from Branson MO, or Eureka Springs AR, or Ponca AR.
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- Mountain View
Welcome to the Emerald Gypsy, a cool but funky School Bus Conversion! Looking for a quirky but cool getaway? This glamping-mobile is thoughtfully designed to offer you an instagram-worthy experience that you'll remember long after your trip to the Ozarks is over. What we provide- ~linens and towels ~cookware and servingware ~kitchen basics ~soap and shampoo ~starter kit of toilet paper, paper towels, dish soap and garbage bags ~the coffeemaker is a standard drip machine, filters provided ~the grill is propane, though there is also a charcoal grill for your use (byo charcoal) ~firewood, BYO kindling Rental Rules ~Check in is 4:00 PM-10PM / Check out is 11:00 AM -a fee will be charged for late checkout ~No Smoking in or near the Skoolie ~Dogs are allowed, with $40 Pet Fee ~No loud noise or parties ~Absolutely no UTV's, ATV’s, Trailers, or Camper Cancellation Policy 85% of paid prepayments refundable when cancelled 14 days before arrival or earlier. 50% of paid prepayments refundable when cancelled 7 days before arrival or earlier. 0% refundable if cancelled after. No date changes allowed within 7 days of arrival. Please note that no exceptions will be made to the Cancellation Policy, and that we strongly suggest purchasing Trip Insurance that would cover last minute cancellations due to illness or other unforeseen emergencies.
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Your guide to Arkansas
Welcome to Arkansas
There’s a good reason why they call Arkansas the Natural State: Its varied terrain encompasses dense forests, granite outcroppings, limestone caves, and flowing rivers favored by anglers. And it's all set against the rugged Ozark and Ouachita mountain ranges. But Arkansas isn't just a playground for the outdoorsy set. The state occupies a culturally fascinating intersection between the Midwest and Deep South.
The microcultures and small towns here vary as much as the landscape, from charming mountain communities to the historic blues shacks along the Mississippi Delta. Little Rock, the capital city, is both symbolically and literally at the center of Arkansas. You can follow the trail of the Civil Rights Movement here at the Little Rock Central High School and explore the life of a leader at the Clinton Presidential Center. The state’s natural wonders and historical sites come together in Hot Springs, southwest of the capital.
How do I get around Arkansas?
Arkansas has four major commercial airports to choose from: Little Rock’s Clinton National Airport (LIT), Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA) in Fayetteville, Fort Smith Regional Airport (FSM), and Texarkana Regional Airport (TXK). Amtrak trains connect six cities via the Texas Eagle line. Public transit systems within the state, such as buses and streetcars, can help you reach your destination, and ridesharing services are plentiful within bigger cities and towns. A vast network of state highways and scenic byways unifies the state, making a car a convenient choice for accessing all the Arkansas has to offer.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Arkansas?
With an abundance of attractions and activities, Arkansas has a lot to offer at any time of the year. Summer visits can be a delight if you can handle the heat, but keep in mind — it can get quite humid. During that time of year, lake vacations are perfect for outdoor recreational activities. Spring and autumn are the best times to visit for milder temperatures. In spring, prepare to be awed by kaleidoscopic hues as the wildflowers erupt and the dogwoods and jonquils burst into bloom. Come autumn, onlookers revel in the fall foliage that carpets the mountains.
What are the top things to do in Arkansas?
Hot Springs National Park
Hot Springs National Park, located in the city of the same name, is where nature meets healing. Ancient thermal springs offer an immersive experience of one of the state’s best natural wonders. The park's Bathhouse Row features nine historic spas with marbled tubs, stained glass skylights, and thermal caves. Outside the center of town, 26 miles of hiking trails lead through lush woodlands with creeks, gorges, and scenic viewpoints. The park also hosts informative ranger-led tours that detail the region's history and natural environment.
Arkansas' capital packs in a lot of charm and plenty of Southern hospitality. Explore outdoor attractions like the impressive Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden or Riverfront Park, which boasts 33 acres of scenic parkland. Or dive into local history and culture at the William J. Clinton Library and Museum or the futuristic Museum of Discovery.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, located in Bentonville, in the northwest corner of the state, showcases modern art in an elevated natural setting. Situated within a picturesque 120-acre park in the Ozarks, the museum features contemporary pavilions, a glass-covered bridge, a sculpture walking trail, and a gallery with a permanent art collection.