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Cabin in Mountain Home
Family Friendly Log Cabin
'Knotty Pines' is a 2-bedroom and spacious loft (3rd bedroom), 2-bathroom, cozy log cabin on 4 acres of land. We are close to Norfork Lake, Bull Shoals Lake, and Buffalo National River, also conveniently located just minutes away from restaurants and stores. You will want to return to your Mountain Home "home away from home" after a full day of outdoor adventures in the Ozarks! Working remotely? Log in to FREE high speed internet and connect to business meetings while enjoying the cabin.
$161 per night
Rental unit in Mountain Home
Historic 1920's former Chevy Dealership 1 bedroom
This luxury 1 bedroom, 1 bath is located in the former 1920's Chevrolet dealership in the heart of the downtown Mtn. Home historic district. This theme of history, industry, and luxury sets this apart from anything you will find. From exposed stone walls, 100-year-old stained concrete floors, to the custom marble shower, you will immediately feel at home. Furthermore, you are steps away from the brewery, restaurants and parks. Also, a short drive to lakes and rivers.
$117 per night
Rental unit in Mountain Home
Beautiful, unique, and cozy one bedroom apartment.
Enjoy a stylish experience at this centrally-located apartment across from Hickory Park and walking distance to the entertainment district around the Mountain Home square. Enjoy summer concerts and activities from your patio or take advantage of the wine walks at Crush Studio, custom coffees from Cove, or good drinks and eats from Rapp's Barren brewery or The Fork on the square. Close to the hospital and other professional buildings as well.
$100 per night

Stay near Mountain Home's top sights

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Walmart Supercenter21 locals recommend
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Colton's Steak House & Grill5 locals recommend
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Salsa's Grill4 locals recommend
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Harps Food Store9 locals recommend
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Chili's Grill & Bar4 locals recommend
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Arena Sports Grill5 locals recommend

Mountain Home cabin rentals

Cabin in Mountain Home
The Roost Cabins at lake Norfork
$116 per night
Cabin in Mountain Home
The Hidden Cabin close to Norfork lake and dining
$107 per night
Cabin in Henderson
Cabin in Henderson / Norfolk Lake Marina
$76 per night
Cabin in Henderson
Secluded Log Cabin Getaway
$84 per night
Cabin in Henderson
Studio Cabin on the Farm Near Norfork Lake
$88 per night
Cabin in Mountain Home
The Roost
$105 per night
Cabin in Marion County
Bachelor Bluff - White River cabin
$74 per night
Cabin in Henderson
Lake Norfork Cabin B
$80 per night
Cabin in Gamaliel
Couple's Cottage, King bed, lake view, porch
$95 per night
Cabin in Onia
Roper's Cozy Rock Cabin
$120 per night
Cabin in Mountain Home
Bodinhammer Cabin
$145 per night
Cabin in Baxter County
Cozy Cabin w/ Backyard Oasis: 11 Mi to Marina
$152 per night

Your guide to Mountain Home

All About Mountain Home

In the southern Ozark Mountains, between the serene waters of Bull Shoals and Norfork Lakes, you’ll find Mountain Home, a small town with the big advantage of being in the middle of Arkansas’s untouched natural beauty.

With so much water at its doorstep — including the White and Norfork Rivers — Mountain Home has a plethora of water-based activities to keep you busy, such as swimming, kayaking, boating, and fishing for bass and walleye.

In the nearby town of Bull Shoals, you can explore the 350-million-year-old limestone caves and a recreation of a historic 1890 Mountain Village. Sprinkled throughout town are a handful of historical sites and museums, including the Baxter County Courthouse and the Baxter County Historical and Genealogical Society, where you’ll find interesting tidbits about the town and the greater Ozarks region. Downtown, you’ll also find a change of pace in the antique stores, flea markets, and galleries, including the Rivertown Gallery showcasing collections of art influenced by one of Mountain Home’s favorite pastimes: fishing.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Mountain Home?

Spring and summer boast optimal conditions for outdoor recreation, and while temperatures peak during the summer months, days spent in and on the water provide fun ways to beat the heat. In fall, the rugged terrain of the Ozarks dazzles in brilliant shades of crimson, orange, and yellow. The town hosts its Fall Festival, which includes a maze, pumpkin patch, hayrides, and various activities for kids and adults to enjoy. The festival takes place during the weekends and begins on the last weekend of September, spanning the first weekend of November. During the winter season, thick coats of snow and ice can blanket Mountain Home, but the colder months mean pleasant conditions for winter mountain biking and fishing for crappie. In December, the town also hosts a popular Christmas parade and festival.

What are the top things to do in Mountain Home?

Bull Shoals-White River State Park

The Bull Shoals-White River State Park stretches along the shores of the Bulls Shoals Lake and White River to where they eventually join at the Bulls Shoals Dam. The combination of these waters creates some amazing fishing and boating conditions. You can also take a dip into the glistening waters, traverse one of the trails that meanders through the verdant landscape, and explore the millennia-old limestone caves.

Donald W. Reynolds Library

Housed in a striking contemporary building, the Donald W. Reynolds Library invites you to peruse its collection of books and displays of local art in its rotating exhibits. The library often hosts used books sales and various events throughout the year, including author readings, workshops, and classes catered to all ages. You can also enjoy a coffee or a bite to eat at the coffee shop right by the library.

Wolf House

Located near the town of Norfork, you’ll find Arkansas’s oldest public structure, the picturesque Wolf House, built in 1825. The two-story log structure sits on a bluff overlooking the White and Norfork Rivers. Nearby historical plaques offer insight into local history and the house’s original residents.

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