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Cottage in Cherokee Village
Lakefront Getaway - 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home
This lake house is like no other with a private unobstructed view of the lake, perched among the trees on over 1 acre with a private dock! Enjoy the open floor plan of the living room, kitchen and dining room. Relax and read a book in the sunroom or on the private deck. Spend the day on the lake with the provided kayaks, or fishing, swimming, hiking, golfing, or floating the nearby spring river. End the day relaxing by the backyard firepit roasting marshmallows
$118 per night
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Cabin in Cherokee Village
Cabin with river access
Make some memories at this unique and family-friendly place. Sitting by the fire pit over looking the river roasting marshmallows or bring your kayaks and float the river. This 2 bedroom 2 bath with a queen sleeper sofa downstairs walkout patio and an upper deck is a great place for some R&R. In the fall or spring cuddle up by the gas log fireplace with a cup of hot chocolate and good book. Great smallmouth fishing on the river so bring some fishing gear!
$110 per night
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Cabin in Cherokee Village
Grizzly Hollow Cabin - Lake Sequoyah View
Welcome to Grizzly Hollow! (Grizzly Hill’s sister property). Nestled in the hills of Spring River country in the Ozark Gateway, Grizzly Hollow cabin offers views of tranquil Lake Sequoyah while dining, grilling or having coffee or cocktails on the screened-in porch. Are you ready to unplug for a weekend of relaxation or fun?! A great escape and short drive from Memphis, Little Rock and Springfield.
$102 per night
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Cabin in Cherokee Village
Hillside Haven, vintage cabin in a quiet setting
$113 per night
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Cabin in Hardy
Brand new 3 bedroom A-Frame house with lake view.
$108 per night
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Cabin in Hardy
A-frame Lakefront Cabin near Spring River
$120 per night
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Cabin in Hardy
Hardy Lakefront Aframe Cabin + Kayak (Pets ok)
$114 per night
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Cabin in Hardy
Kayaks-Lakefront Home - Kiwanie Lodge West
$103 per night
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Cabin in Hardy
❤️ Cabin on the river at Miramichee Falls.
$146 per night
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Cabin in Hardy
NEW! Hardy Cabin on Kiwanie Lake with Fishing Boat
$125 per night
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Cabin in Mammoth Spring
NEW! Quiet + Rustic Cabin w/ Fire Pit on 20 Acres!
$145 per night
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Cabin in Hardy
Kayaks-Lakefront Home - Kiwanie Lodge East
$103 per night
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Cabin in Hardy
Miss Halls Creekside Cabin
$131 per night
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Cabin in Hardy
Historic "Woody" Cabin on the River at Miramichee
$165 per night
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Cabin in Mammoth Springs
Riverfront Getaway w/ Treehouse, Kayaks & Deck!
$170 per night
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Your guide to Cherokee Village

All About Cherokee Village

On the banks of the South Fork River, surrounded by hardwood forests and meandering creeks, is Cherokee Village, the first planned recreational town in Arkansas. A jewel of the Ozarks, Cherokee Village encompasses 13,000 acres of land, making it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. On a weekend getaway, you could find yourself water-skiing or fishing on one of the seven lakes, hiking past waterfalls along nature trails, or bobbing downstream on a river float trip.

Golf is another of Cherokee Village’s main attractions: the town has two 18-hole golf courses. Play at the North Course and you’ll be teeing off against a backdrop of spectacular scenery along the banks of the South Fork. If you’re seeking more of a challenge, take your clubs to the South Golf Course, whose fairways run through the Cherokee Village mountains. At the town’s recreation centers, you’ll find six swimming pools, tennis courts, playgrounds, pickleball courts, and fitness facilities.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Cherokee Village?

The lakes will feel especially refreshing in the summer, when temperatures peak in the area. This is also the time of year to seek out the Spring River Farmers’ Market, held every Saturday between May and August. If you’re looking for a more temperate climate, May, September, and October are particularly good months to book Cherokee Village vacation rentals. In spring, wildflowers bloom along the trails, and fall serves up spectacular scenes in gold, red, and brown as the leaves change. Winter brings fewer visitors to the area, so you’ll be able to enjoy the region with smaller crowds. You’ll find the parks and walkways nearly deserted, and hunkering down in front of an open fire at the end of the day will feel especially rewarding. Spring sees a rise in visitors again as the weather starts to warm; this is the most popular time of year for golf.


What are the top things to do in Cherokee Village?

Lakes

Waterskiing, fishing, and sailing are all favorite activities on the Cherokee Village lakes. Lake Thunderbird, the biggest in the area, boasts an impressive seven miles of shoreline and is popular for watersports, as is Lake Omaha. The smaller lakes like Aztec, Cherokee, and Navajo are quieter and make ideal fishing spots.

Mammoth Spring State Park

Home to one of the world’s biggest springs, Mammoth Spring State Park showcases an impressive natural cascade — nine million gallons of water flow every hour into the 10-acre lake below. The park also has picnic sites and hiking trails, a children’s playground, and a museum housed in a restored train depot. The Arkansas Welcome Center at the park has a wealth of information about activities statewide.

Fishing

Anglers travel from far and wide to reel in brown trout, walleye, and hybrid bass from the lakes and rivers in the area. For cold-water fishing, there are award-winning trout rivers, including the popular nearby Spring River, which is about a 25-minute drive from Cherokee Village.