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This lodge has four bedrooms, and four baths with jetted tubs; it sleeps 16. The lodge has a fully equipped kitchen; screened-in porch; fireplace; and play area. If you need multiple lodges, we will help you make appropriate reservations.
Three nights minimum. Weekly rates available. Located at Table Rock Lake, one mile from Silver Dollar City; 1.5-miles from a marina.
Our guests enjoy discounts on boat and personal watercraft rentals, and on golf fees and cart rentals.
A rustic, secluded log cabin with loft; sleeps six. It has a European style, two-story fireplace, indoor Jacuzzi brand tub, outdoor hot tub and a large front porch. Bear Cub Cabin is smaller, but also sleeps six. The three-bedroom lodge sleeps 10; it has a red granite, woodburning fireplace, large deck and outdoor hot tub. All units have kitchen and bathroom. The lodgings offer half a mile of private Black River beach front access. Float trips and weekend entertainment are available at Bearcat Getaway Resort. Located 20 minutes from Johnson's Shut-Ins; 15 minutes from Taum Sauk Mountain State Park; 30 minutes from Elephant Rocks State Park; and 25 minutes from Fort Davidson State Historic Site.
Duplex cabins, individual cabins, four-plex units and motel rooms are available. The park features trout fishing, camping, canoeing, dining, hiking, picnicking, rafting and a swimming pool. Float the Niangua River. Pets are not allowed in lodging units.
Caplinger Mills River Front Resort is nestled on the banks of the Sac River at the Historic Caplinger Mills Bridge and is a quiet place to get away from it all. Sitting on a little more than 15 acres, our resort is bordered by the Sac River and a classic Ozark creek, both of which are perfect for those who like to rock hunt, fish, swim, canoe or just poke around in the woods.
We offer accomodations ranging from rustic tent camping to full amenity lodging. Our Historic Mill House and cabins are situated along the peaceful Sac River. Our serene location welcomes guests to relax and enjoy the river breezes.
This area offers some of the most beautiful scenery in the Ozarks, and is quite a history lesson: The Mill was built in 1842 by John Caplinger. It was burned down several times, twice during the Civil War by Shelby's Raiders. The remaining Mill Ruins, as well as the Dam and Bridge are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Bridge has been restored with decking and acts as a center of activity for the local fishing community.
Fifteen cabins in the woods, half a mile from the lake. Cabins include: full kitchen; knotty pine walls; vaulted ceilings; washer and dryer; air conditioning; front and back porch.
Cabins sleep eight, so they are good for families and groups. Our Lodge includes: a bar; plasma TVs; free Wi-Fi; hot tub; putting green; dry sauna; and an exercise room. Enjoy the lake view from the 200-square-foot covered deck, equipped with picnic tables and chairs.
Two-night minimum stay required April 15 thru Oct. 15.
Four individual, fully furnished cottages. Cane Bluff Lodge is two bedroom, one bath; Rose Cottage is three bedroom, one bath; Cotton Cottage is three bedroom, two baths and one-hallf bath; Ivy Cottage is three bedroom, two baths. Fully equipped Kitchens. Bed and bath linens are furnished. Short stays or long term extended stays welcome. Quiet neighborhoods. Large yards for games or sitting around the firepit. We also offer guided fly-fishing services.
Please note, rates at the cottages vary by season. From November-March rates start at $55 per night for two people and increase by $10 per additional guest; from April-October, rates start at $65 per night and increase by $10 per additional guest. Reservations are strongly recommended. Pets are allowed for an additional fee and with prior approval.
Come visit Crystal Creek Ranch, a thousand-acre ranch, one mile from the Jacks Fork River and Alley Spring Mill; five miles from the Current River.
We offer unique lodging adventures, from a secluded tree retreat to an air-conditioned sheepherder's wagon to lake side log cabin. Restroom and showers for these accommodations are at the main hall.
The Old Red Barn, originally a milking barn for cows, was redone from the walls inward and offers two bedrooms, a full kitchen, a full bath and sleeps up to six.
And the Overlook Ranch House and Cabin Ridge House offer all the modern comforts in our peaceful, rustic setting.
There is a museum of horse-drawn equipment and farm primitives; a three-acre lake; and two miles of running streams. Most outside activities are free.
We have self-guided ranch tours; a small-animal area; walking trails; camping; RV; horseback riding; hayrides; nature trail; horse trails; labyrinth; a four-level overlook deck; and recreation center. Our air-conditioned main hall is available for private events.
Log cabins with air conditioning, shower, fireplace, linens, picnic table and fire ring. Many units are heated for year-round comfort. On the Niangua River, two miles west of Bennett Spring State Park.
Full-service facility with 16 cabins and cottages, campgrounds and RV sites along the banks of the Gasconade River. We have restroom and shower facilities; canoeing, rafting and kayaking; swimming pool; country store; basketball court; volleyball; horse shoes; and playground. Located 1.5 miles south of I-44, at Exit 145.
Relax in the comfort of this restored 1910 cottage, named for Boonville's founding mother. The Victorian woodwork, windows, doors, and wood floors have been preserved and restored to show off their original character. Antique furnishings and period light fixtures are featured throughout, but modern day comforts abound. We have off-street parking, a back yard with 100+ year old shade trees, and a front porch with a large, comfortable swing. Located less than one mile from downtown Boonville and the Katy Trail, at the site of the Hannah Cole Fort and the Civil War Battle of Boonville.
Lodging options include the cabins and a yurt. Each cabin features tables and chairs, a wood-burning stove and sleeping accommodations for six. A central showerhouse is provided. The cabins do not have electricity or running water.
The yurt, located in the campground, features a log futon, log futon bunk bed, coffee table, lamp and heater. The yurt has a maximum occupancy of six. Yurt users have access to the campground showerhouse.
Missouri's largest state park has 89 miles of shoreline, two swimming beaches, boat-launching areas, marinas, camping, hiking, mountain biking, equestrian trails, cave tours, and organized youth camps. Reservations: 877-422-6766 and online.
A family resort on Table Rock Lake, offering 12 rental units and RV sites. Amenities include two pools, playground, dock, boat rentals, golf cart rentals and a pavilion.
Our General Store has a restaurant, ice cream parlor, Hawaiian shaved ice, live bait, fishing tackle, gift shop, hand-made Ozark items, and apparel.
Located on Route DD, across from Point 7 on the lake.
We have five, two-bedroom cedar log cabins, with full kitchens including dishwashers. The bedrooms have a queen size bed; the living room has a queen size sofa sleeper with a full size futon. Each cabin has central heat and cooling. There are barbecue grills, picnic tables and fire pits. We are located within five minutes of Bull Shoals Lake and a full service marina.
Murphy's Place offers two beautiful vacation cabins nestled in the Ozark woods, each with an incredible view of the Meramec River. The first, Murphy's Retreat, is a three bedroom home with a basement that can sleep up to 12 people. The second, Copperstone Cottage, is a great little honeymoon-style cabin with a handmade queen-size bed. Both cabins have AC and heat and come complete with linens, kitchen utensils and almost anything else you may need. Just bring your food, charcoal and lighter fluid. Relaxation is the name of the game here. Our pavilion near the river's edge is a nice, shady spot to enjoy the afternoon. Take a dip in the water if you like. Peaceful Bend Winery is just across the road. We offer all these activities and attractions plus horseback riding, float trips and hiking trails without the crowds and bustle of a conventional campground. If you are looking for a relaxing getaway, come visit us at Murphy's Place. We would love to meet you.
Several tree-house cabins in the wild trout management area of the North Fork of the White River – the miracle mile of private. wade-fly-fishing for rainbow and trophy brown trout. Bank access exclusive to guests.
Some cabins sleep two; others accomodate as many as eight.
A Lake of the Ozarks family resort at water's edge, featuring lakeside cabins, tennis court, a heated pool, large decks, playground, meeting facilities and a marina with covered and padded boat docks. At the 8.5 mile marker by water; on Lake Road 5-35. Open March-November.
Eighteen rustic cabins with fireplace; kitchen; full bathroom; heating and A/C; outside grill; fire pit and picnic table. Available April to October.
The park, named for a former Missouri governor, dates to the 1920s. It encompasses 5,323 acres of the St. Francois Mountains. It features trails, canoeing, a nature center and picnicking in a scenic setting.
Shoalnook Cabins are located on five acres on the beautiful James River in Galena, Mo (11 miles from Branson West).
Amenities include: Full Kitchen (stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, toaster, pots, pans and dishes), linens, towels, air conditioning, fans, gas heater and charcoal grill.
We offer daily kayak rentals and 10% discount to Silver Dollar City pass holders. We are open year round with check-in at 3 pm.
Lakefront cottages on the shore of Table Rock Lake. Ten small and six two-bedroom cottages with fully equipped kitchenettes. Level common area with gentle slope to boat dock and ramp.
Outdoor games: basketball, tether ball, shuffleboard, horseshoes, and volleyball. Playground/sand box. Large picnic shelter with a campfire ring. Game room: pool table, table tennis, and guest laundry.
Seven duplex cabins are available. The cabins are open March through November. All cabins are air-conditioned and heated. Linens and towels are provided. Each unit has a bath/shower, patio, picnic table, barbecue grill and color TV. Kitchen amenities include service for eight, apartment-size stove, refrigerator and microwave. The 573-acre Forrest Lake offers a swimming beach, marina, dining, picnic sites and trails.
This park offers nice, two- and three-bedroom housekeeping cabins. The cabins have linens, towels and fully equipped kitchen. No pets are allowed inside the cabins. The cabins are available April through October, and weekends only in November.
In this park, visit the site where prehistoric people left petroglyphs as remnants of their culture. The park features a swimming pool, hiking, picnicking and canoeing on the Big River. Cabin and camping reservations: 877-422-6766.
Wilderness Lodge Resort in Lesterville, Missouri features lush expanses of rolling green hills, squiggly back roads, serpentine rivers and a log lodge built in the 1920s. Try roughing it Wilderness Lodge style with your own rustic cabin with cozy beds, a fireplace, and a screened-in porch overlooking the Black River.
We are about fresh air, timeless activities and wholesome experiences peacefully intertwined with nature that provides that missing balance to today’s fast-paced lifestyles. Wilderness Lodge is a family owned and operated resort offering a quality destination where people may enjoy a Wilderness experience re-invigorating the mind, body and soul.
Wilderness Lodge presents a special opportunity to be playful and creative, an atmosphere to foster personal relationships and a setting to make memories that will last a life time. Wilderness Lodge can also be your base camp for float trips on the Black River and day trips to regional attractions such as Johnson's Shut-Ins (a natural water park) and Elephant Rocks State Park.
Wilderness Lodge Resort is located just two hours southwest of St. Louis.
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