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Arkansas Cabin Rentals

Of Arkansas's 52 state parks, 12 feature cabins for rent. Some are historic CCC/Rustic-style cabins built of native log and stone in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps that are updated with comfortable amenities. Others are modern one- and two-story designs with plenty of charm and room for the whole family or group of friends.

All cabins in Arkansas state parks feature modern conveniences. Each cabin is fully equipped and most offer kitchens and wood-burning fireplaces. Fireplaces are available for use during the fall and winter months. All of our parks with cabins have dog-friendly cabins but you need to call the park directly to check availability.  Service animals are always welcome. Contact the individual parks listed below for details on Arkansas cabin rentals. Book a quiet, hassle-free getaway today, and have a great time you’ll always remember.

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Village Creek State Park
Village Creek State Park encompasses nearly 7,000 acres of beautiful forested hills and clear streams. The park has so much to offer, including a 27-hole championship golf course, and 33 miles of multi-use
trails. Nestled on a ridge are the park's 10 fully-equipped cabins that feature kitchens and wood-burning fireplaces.
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Lake Chicot State Park
Nestled in a pecan grove, the park has 14 cabins with kitchens and many have fireplaces, lake view patios and fishing docks. The Mississippi Delta's captivating beauty and recreational opportunities come
together at Arkansas's largest natural lake, Lake Chicot. Fishing is good year-round and the park has a marina.
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Ozark Folk Center State Park
Arkansas's unique Ozark Folk Center State Park is America's only facility that works at preserving the Ozark heritage and sharing it in an entertaining way. The park keeps the crafts, music and herblore of the
Ozarks alive. See blacksmithing, pottery-making and more than 18 other featured pioneer skills and crafts demonstrated in the Craft Village during the season (April 11 – Nov. 11). The Ozark Folk Center State Park's famous hospitality is reflected in the Cabins at Dry Creek near the folk music mecca Mountain View. Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, your whole family will love these beautiful Ozark cabins, all at ground level, featuring two queen size beds, telephone, TV, wireless Internet, mini-refrigerator and coffee pot. There are large windows and glass doors that open onto small porches, most with a scenic wooded view. The Ozark Folk Center's Cabins office has a game room and swimming pool nearby to entertain guests of any age.
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Mount Nebo State Park
Rising 1,350 feet, Mount Nebo offers sweeping views of the Arkansas River Valley. In 1933, a portion of the mountain was chosen as a park site. Native stone and logs from Mount Nebo were used by the Civilian
Conservation Corps to construct many of the park's bridges, trails, rustic-style cabins, and pavilions. Fourteen miles of trails encircle Mount Nebo and take visitors to the awe-inspiring Sunrise and Sunset Points, perfect places to take in the view. For mountain biking enthusiasts, the 4 1/2-mile Bench Trail encircles Mount Nebo. The park’s 15 cabins are fully equipped with kitchens and fireplaces.
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Crowley's Ridge State Park
Native log and stone structures, constructed by the Civilian Conservation, set the mood for this park's rustic warmth. Park cabins include a group lodging area featuring five bunk cabins, a kitchen/dining hall
and bathhouse, Wi-Fi, and four fully-equipped, modern duplex cabins with kitchens.
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Moro Bay State Park
You'll find one of the most popular fishing and water sport areas in south central Arkansas where Moro Bay and Raymond Lake join the Ouachita River at Moro Bay State Park. The park has five fully equipped
cabins with a great room, satellite television, Wi-Fi, kitchen, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms. These 1,100-square-foot cabins include both a screened porch and an outside living area with a picnic grill and table that face Moro Bay.
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Lake Ouachita State Park
Surrounded by the Ouachita National Forest, Lake Ouachita is known for its scenic natural beauty. Named one of the cleanest lakes in America, 40,000-acre Lake Ouachita is a water sports mecca for swimming,
skiing, scuba diving, boating, and fishing. The park’s eight fully-equipped modern cabins all have kitchens and fireplaces, and all but one overlook the lake. There are also four camper cabins are located near camping area C. These single room cabins are furnished with heat/AC, electrical service, one queen bed, two bunk beds, a small table, and a small screened porch. (They do not include kitchens, bathrooms, or linens.)
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Devil's Den State Park
Nestled deep in an Ozark valley, Devil's Den connects you to picturesque Lee Creek Valley and the craftsmanship and conservation legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps. Hiking, backpacking, and mountain bike
trails lead to backcountry areas in the park and the surrounding Ozark National Forest. The park has 17 fully-equipped rustic cabins with kitchens and fireplaces.
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Petit Jean State Park
Arkansas’s first state park, Petit Jean mirrors the mountain's rugged beauty with its rustic-style, native log and stone facilities constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The park has a variety of
cabin types including Duplex cabins without kitchens to three bedroom cabins. Some include spa hot tubs and fireplaces. All are modern and located near Mather Lodge and Restaurant, popular hiking trails and beautiful overlooks.
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Mount Magazine State Park
Overlooking the Petit Jean River Valley and Blue Mountain Lake, cabins on Mount Magazine offer breathtaking views in a rustic setting. Mount Magazine's 13 mountain cabins stretch along the bluff at Arkansas’s
highest peak. Each cabin includes a fully-equipped kitchen, clothes washer and dryer, fireplace, a bathroom for each bedroom, Wi-Fi, satellite television, and wrap-around decks with outdoor hot tubs. Mount Magazine is a great place to sightsee, hike, backpack, rock climb, and has an interactive exhibit visitor center.
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Lake Catherine State Park
Lake Catherine State Park is in the Ouachita Mountains and along the 1,940-acre Lake Catherine, one of five popular Diamond Lakes. The park features many CCC/Rustic-style facilities constructed of native stone
and wood by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Situated on the lakeshore, the park’s 20 cabins feature fully-equipped kitchens and most have fireplaces. Hiking, fishing, boating and water sports are a few of the activities that make this park a family favorite.
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Lake Fort Smith State Park
Nestled in a scenic valley of the Boston Mountain Range of the Ozark Mountains, this state park is on the western side of 1,400-acre Lake Fort Smith. Here you can enjoy outdoor adventures, including fishing,
kayaking, swimming, mountain biking, and hiking. The park features group facilities with Wi-Fi, including a dining hall and two group lodges with kitchenettes that can accommodate up to 32 persons (16 in each wing) each, and 10 cabins crafted of stone and wood and use some of the reclaimed stone from the old park site.
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