Special winter rates

While winter is a slower time for getaways, it can also be more reason to take that trip to the Ozark mountains. There are less people, hikes are beautiful since the scenery is opened up, and it’s perfect time for making an outdoor fire at the firepit with s’mores and hot chocolate.  All nights in January are $85/nightly and February are $90/nightly. Regular nightly rates resume on March 1st. Call 870-428-5973 or email hollyerwin75@yahoo.com to book your stay.

Winter at the cabin – Special rates


For all of January and Febraury, the cabin rates are $90 nightly for 2 people. (pets welcome also). Winter is a great time to visit the Ozarks. This is my favorite time of year for hiking because your views are maximized and you can see farther than any other time of year. Nothing is better than ending your day with a cozy fire at the outdoor fire pit making s’mores and hot cocoa. Call 870-428-5973 to book a special winter stay at a cozy cabin overlooking the beautiful Ozark mountains.

Early Fall in the Ozarks?

It’s only August 28th but for the past week, I’ve noticed the first signs of the colors in the trees and it seems to be showing itself more and more each day. Everything so far is indicating an early Fall including the weather. We are seeing upper 40’s in the forecast -or lows in the first week of September and some highs in the 60’s. The cabin has openings in September and still some in October. Call 870-428-5973.

Say cheese!

Hope everyone has had a great summer. It’s almost over and I’m daydreaming about fall here in the Ozarks. This young bear really likes the cabin. He’s been hanging around for several weeks, probably the same one who broke the grill and the bird feeder. He shows up almost every evening, so I have been letting guests know to expect him. A recent guests had put some bird seed out on the table for the birds and snapped this picture of him when he helped himself to the birdseed.



Bear vs Grill, bear wins

The bears have been around all year, and they love to sniff out an outdoor grill. They often will knock them over and probably lick them clean, but this time, the grill didn’t make it. This is a picture after we’ve straightened the lid and attempted to use it. The bear left his paw marks and scratches all over it and ripped out all the insides. There isn’t much point in replacing it until the bears are gone from the area in the late fall. There is still an open fire pit which is perfect for hot dogs, s’mores, brats, and lots of fun memories.