Book unique cabins, vacation rentals, and more on Airbnb
Top-rated cabins in Jasper
Guests agree: these cabins are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.
- Entire cabin
We are located 2.8 miles from down town Jasper. Its the perfect place to fish, hike, climb, float, hunt and enjoy all the beauty of Newton County, AR. * *steep driveway may be challenging when raining/snow **Please include all guest including Toddlers in the guest total. **Pets/animals are not allowed due to pet allergies of occupants. **Reviews of cleanliness of less than 5 will be rejected.
- Entire cabin
Very quiet and private 1 bedroom cabin with seasonal views of the Little Buffalo River. Fully equipped kitchen. Access to beach and seasonal swimming hole. A perfect romantic getaway for couples. There is an additional sleeping area separate from the house if you wanted to bring an extra guest or two. Lotus Point is only 6 miles from Jasper. Close to many access points on the upper section of the Buffalo National River for fishing, floating, hiking, mountain biking and rock climbing.
- Entire cabin
You’ll love the Jasper Getaway! It is perfect if you’re planning a trip to the Ozark Mountains, stay for a night, a weekend or even longer. Conveniently located in quaint downtown, you’re only minutes away from the famous Buffalo National River, hiking trails, & rock climbing. Our cabin is great for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and groups. ***BASE PRICE IS FOR 2 PEOPLE*** EACH ADDITIONAL PERSON WILL BE CHARGED $10 PER PERSON PER NIGHT.
Cabins with jacuzzis in Jasper
Family friendly cabins in Jasper
Cottages in Jasper
Your guide to Jasper
All About Jasper
In the heart of the Ozark Mountains, Jasper offers a mix of small town charm and the serenity of being surrounded by nature. As you drive into town via scenic Highway 7, you’ll wind through a gorgeous forest of black walnut, hickory, and cedar trees alongside the Buffalo River, famous for its striated stone bluffs and emerald green waters. Elk calls can be heard in nearby Boxley Valley as you enter Jasper proper, the Elk Capital of Arkansas. Jasper Square is the essence of a small town, complete with classic barbeque joints and famous pie shops.
To the south of the city is the omnipresent Round Top Mountain that overlooks the city. Nearby Horseshoe Canyon boasts equestrian tours, rock climbing, and zip lines for a more adrenaline-filled day in the Ozarks. Scenic Point, as the name might suggest, offers one of the most beautiful views of the Buffalo River Valley, with 40 miles of full panoramic visibility on a clear day.
How do I get around Jasper?
The closest airport to Jasper is Boone County Regional Airport (HRO), roughly a 30-minute drive away. You’ll most likely need to get a connecting flight from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), or Memphis International Airport (MEM), as Boone County is a regional airport only. There is no public transportation service available, so your best option for getting around is to rent a car. Most of the area surrounding the village is densely packed forest, so you won’t need a vehicle aside from traveling to and from your Jasper cabin. The area is a major hub for motorcyclists and car enthusiasts exploring Highway 7, which is one of the few major highways in and out of the city.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Jasper?
Jasper experiences four distinct seasons. The best place to see each season come alive is on Round Top Mountain’s three-mile loop, which becomes vibrantly colored with wildflowers during the spring, grows luscious, fruit-bearing Paw Paw trees in the summer, develops gorgeous amber foliage in the autumn, and transforms into a silent, snow-covered haven in the winter. The city and surrounding county experience more visitors in August and September for the biggest events of the year. The season kicks off with the Buffalo River Elk Festival in late August, where locals celebrate with an elk calling contest, a dutch-oven cook-off, and a five-kilometer race.
What are the top things to do in Jasper?
Scenic Highway 7
Highway 7, the first state-maintained highway in Arkansas, runs north to south along the entire length of the state. Drive its span near Jasper and you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views of the Ozarks, waterfalls, and the Little Buffalo River. A major destination along the highway is Big Creek Canyon, or the Grand Canyon of Arkansas, where you can see rolling waves of stone go on for miles in every direction.
Bradley House Museum
One block south of Jasper Square is the Bradley House Museum. This Victorian house was once owned by a local doctor and has been preserved by the Newton County Historical Society. The museum has several educational exhibits, with artifacts highlighting the history and lives of people who have called Jasper home.
Koen Experimental Forest
Two miles north of Jasper is the Henry R. Koen Experimental Forest, which was developed in the 1950s for researchers to gain insight into the sustainability of the local environment. It is also home to a wheelchair-accessible hike, over 800 acres of forest, and 34 species of trees and plants.