Welcome to The Hideaway, our charming upper cabin in a peaceful adult-only resort of six cabins, just 6 miles from downtown Eureka Springs. This quaint 1-bedroom retreat with a comfortable queen bed offers incredible views of the White River. Enjoy the convenience of a kitchenette with a small refrigerator and a 2-burner cooktop, fully stocked for your cooking needs. The cabin features a small uncovered deck and is designed for 2 people. As an upper cabin, there are steps leading to the entrance. The Hideaway also provides a covered grill in its lower side yard. Explore the White River with limited canoe and kayak rentals – be sure to reserve early for this exclusive experience. Guests 14 years and older. No pets please.
Our cabin in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, serves as a gateway to a plethora of outdoor pursuits. Proximity to the White River positions it as a premier fly fishing destination, attracting anglers with its diverse trout population—rainbow, brown, cutthroat, and brook trout. The section between Eureka Springs and Gateway, regularly replenished with rainbow and brown trout, offers a year-round fly fishing haven.
Central to the White River’s appeal are its sizable trout, notably the impressive brown trout, enticing anglers seeking the challenge of fly fishing for trophy-sized catches. The river caters to diverse preferences, providing various fishing environments, whether by boat, shoreline casting, or wading into its waters.
For seekers of tranquility, Black Bass Lake, just outside Eureka Springs, offers a serene fishing experience. Home to smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, spotted bass, and bluegill, the options include fishing from the bank or a non-motorized boat, complemented by a small boat launch.
Embarking on a fishing excursion to Beaver Lake, approximately 11 miles away, unveils an expansive 28,370-acre reservoir with over 480 miles of scenic shoreline and limestone bluffs. A paradise for fishermen, Beaver Lake boasts trophy-sized striped bass, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, bream, and channel catfish. Fishing opportunities abound along the shoreline or by boat, with ample launching areas for canoes or kayaks.
Lake Leatherwood, located 5.2 miles away, introduces a 100-acre spring-fed lake surrounded by picturesque shoreline. Hosting largemouth bass, channel catfish, crappie, and bluegill, the lake accommodates fishing by boat or from the bank. Amenities include a paved boat ramp, a handicapped-accessible canoe and kayak launch, and a no-wake rule for boaters. An on-site bait shop caters to fishing needs.
Venturing into Missouri for trout fishing at Roaring River State Park, approximately 19.3 miles away, offers a unique experience. Regular stockings of rainbow trout complement the park’s three fishing zones with specific restrictions. Beyond fishing, the park’s scenic beauty, nestled in an Ozark hills valley, enhances the visit.
Further afield, Table Rock Lake, situated 49.1 miles away in southwest Missouri, emerges as a premier bass fishing location. Abounding in smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, spotted bass, catfish, crappie, and bluegill, it guarantees success for anglers fishing from a boat or the extensive shoreline.
In addition to fishing, Eureka Springs distinguishes itself as a mountain biking haven in the Ozarks. The Lake Leatherwood Gravity Trail Project, featuring seven downhill trails for advanced bikers, promises an exhilarating experience against the stunning backdrop of the Ozark Mountains. Access the trails from Lake Leatherwood, with shuttle services available on select days.
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