White River Cabin,Arkansas Ozarks For Rent

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  1. MiddleAgedMissile

    MiddleAgedMissile Long timer

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    Cabin on the White River near Calico Rock, Arkansas for rent.

    Cabin located at an excellent fishing site and just across the river from the Ozark National Forest. The White River is a premier trout stream with trophy Rainbows and Browns. Great on and off road riding abounds in this area. The road into the cabin is an adventure in itself! Great mountain biking nearby at the Syllamore Mountain Bike Trails which have several loops totalling about 60 miles. Cabin has a deck on the river and a rough boat launch available (gravel).
    Two bedrooms with twin beds in one room and a full in the other. Sleeper sofa in living room. Completley furnished, modern kitchen, comfortable and a wonderful view. Secluded, quiet but not isolated.
    Fellow Adventure Rider rate is $110.00 per night, Two Night Minimum Please (I have to pay a two night minimum to have the place cleaned). Regular rate is $129 and up.
    PM me for further details and availability. If I'm unavailable...(on the river fishing) go to
    www.mountoliveoutdoors.com You can book with Katie or Randy but I would prefer you PM me first so I can coordinate the discount. If for some reason I can't be reached just ask Katie or Randy for the Adventure Rider Discount.

    Syllamo Mountain Bike Trail......link http://www.fs.fed.us/oonf/ozark/recreation/syllamo_bike.html

    Link to "EXPLORING IZARD COUNTY" website...these guys regularly explore historic and natural sites of interest nearby. Many are very close to the cabin.
    http://www.exploreizard.blogspot.com/


    For the fishermen...link to Blue Ribbon Fly Shop in Mountain Home. Great fly shop with lots of information on the White and Norfork Rivers online.
    http://www.blueribbonflyfish.com/

    View Downriver...Cabin Before Refinishing
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    Updated photo. Spring 08 with old paint stripped and new stain.
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    Winter River View
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    Great flyfishing and easy wading when river at normal level
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  2. marcwestbmw

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    Looks like some good stuff there. I may check with you in May or June.
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  3. MiddleAgedMissile

    MiddleAgedMissile Long timer

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  5. LATJ

    LATJ Been here awhile

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    Kick ass! Anything nearby to keep the missus occupied while the locals show us around? She's not much into dirty biking...

    Looks like that's about 9 hours from me, perfect distance to feel like I'm on a "trip" without getting out too far.
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  6. MiddleAgedMissile

    MiddleAgedMissile Long timer

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    Mountain View, the "Folk Music Capital of the World", is about 30 minutes or so south. The Ozark Folk-Heritage Center State Park and lots of requisite shopping also in Mountain View. Blanchard Springs Caverns are about 30mins away also. Plenty of things to see and do....and spend money on! :wink:
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  7. ThumperDRZ

    ThumperDRZ Bouncing off Rocks!

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    That ain't no shit...we pulled into Mountain View last May on a trip. There were bikes all over and the town square was filled full of people and there were a bunch singing. We went into a diner and I asked the waitress what the party was for. She said "This ain't no party, we do this every Saturday Night." I'm thinking :huh and then :clap . What a cool town. Like "The Truman Show" only there are a lot of twisty roads around there. I'm keeping this cabin in mind.

    Thanks


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  8. stoney4vida

    stoney4vida Semper Fidelis

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    Beautiful country round that way ! Both sides of my family live in that area.
    Sure is some great riding ! Nice place you got there !
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  9. MiddleAgedMissile

    MiddleAgedMissile Long timer

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    Bump.. ..the trout are biting!
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  10. stoney4vida

    stoney4vida Semper Fidelis

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    ah hell just sell me the cabin, so I don't have to stay at relatives when I go visit ! :evil
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  11. mikemacmo

    mikemacmo Take It Easy

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    Push Mtn. Road (341):clap
    Very cool area. I'll try to talk the Mrs. into taking a ride down there and staying at your cabin.
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  12. MiddleAgedMissile

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    Bump....
    The cabin survived the White River flood intact but it was a bit dicey for a few hours. The fishing is great March and April!
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  13. stoney4vida

    stoney4vida Semper Fidelis

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    My Dad's in Salem Arkansas. He said they got about 10 ".
    My cousin down near Hardy, has a house that has a front porch swimming pool :evil courtesy of the Spring river.
    Glad to hear you stayed dry !
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  14. McB

    McB Joe 40 ouncer

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    :thumb

    One of my favorite parts of the world.

    Be sure to put a link up in the regional and trip planning threads.
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  15. tilmac

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    I know this may be a wimpy question, but does it have air condition for the summer?

    If not, when does the weather start cooling down in the fall so it's comfy?

    Looks like a beautiful place.
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  16. MiddleAgedMissile

    MiddleAgedMissile Long timer

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    It does have A/C and ceiling fans in each room. I't doesn't get rally hot until July. Mid September the temperatures start to decrease.
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  17. MiddleAgedMissile

    MiddleAgedMissile Long timer

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    Bumpa - Bumpa - Kabumpa
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  18. Tinks

    Tinks Demented Snow White

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    I know Northern Arkansas is cooler than Central Arkansas, but I can start to get purdy warm in June around here.

    We have stayed in some of the cabins up on the bluffs in Calico Rock, know the set of three that (I believe) now have all different owners? How far from there are you? Just down the hill?

    Don Quiote's restaurant isn't cheap, but their food is pretty good. It is odd to find a small town like that with a bit more upscale restaurant.

    Push Mountain Road (Hwy 341) is wunnerful riding. There is also a guy who goes up there on the weekends to take pictures. He goes by the name Snuffy...he is worth stopping and talking to, he is very, very good peeeples. He'd never heard of killboy before. We're working with him on where to be, putting down signs and such so you know when you are being photographed.

    You may also PM me and I'll let you know how the locals run that road and don't scare up the local Po-Po, since it is 11 miles of Arkansas orgasm. Good road, see through the corners. Just plain fun.

    Depending on how long you plan to stay, or how far from there you want to go, we can get you a map of other roads to ride as well. That is a very, very beautiful part of the state.
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  19. MiddleAgedMissile

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    Hey Tinks...
    I'm about 8 miles or so south of Calico Rock..off Boswell Rd on the east side of the river. I rode Push Mtn a couple of times last time I was up...I cut through on some of the National Forest Roads south of Calico Rock...awesome riding! I take 9 from Syllamore toward Melbourne sometimes just to take the twisties until I get to the Mount Olive road..that's the back way into the cabin. I'll be up again for a few days later this month and hope to get some riding in. Could always use some advice on roads to ride.

    Somebody stop the rain!
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  20. MiddleAgedMissile

    MiddleAgedMissile Long timer

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    Bump....It's Spring, the flowers are blooming and you can shed that heavy riding jacket. :D
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