Q: Which cabin(s) are located in Murfreesboro near the Crater of Diamonds State Park or Lake Greeson?
A: The Americana and Codex cabins
They are approximately 11 miles from the state park and only a short walking distance to Lake Greeson
Q: Which cabin(s) are located near the Buffalo River National Park?
A: The Windstorm cabin
Q: Which cabin(s) are pet-friendly?
A: The Americana, The Codex and The Windstorm cabin with a small pet fee to cover cleaning costs for removing pet hair when necessary. Please help us remain pet-friendly by taking care of this fee when booking with an accompanying pet.
Q. Which cabins have kitchens or kitchenettes?
A: The Codex and Windstorm cabins have kitchens with pots, pans, dishes, flatware, etc.
The Americana has a kitchenette with basic capabilities for cooking.
Q: Do the cabins have a fireplace?
A: There are no woodburning fireplaces but the Codex and Windstorm cabins have infrared fireplaces that are also heaters.
Q: Which cabins have a hot tub?
A: The Windstorm cabin in Marshall Arkansas has a 2-person Jacuzzi tub on the front deck.
Q: Is there a BBQ grill, fire pit, picnic area?
A: Each cabin has its own picnic area with a picnic table, BBQ grill, fire pit and outdoor rocking chairs.
Q: What items should we bring with us?
A: That depends on your activities but here is a list of suggested items to bring with you:
• Camp chairs (sitting on a picnic table may not be comfortable after a while)
• Hygiene items such as deodorant and toothpaste
• Important medications
• CD’s/DVD’s (TV show and movie streaming available on smart TVs)
• Phone charging cords (USB outlets available)
• Swimwear/swim socks (swimming area at Lake Greeson adjacent to Murfreesboro cabins, and Buffalo River 15 to 20 minutes away from Searcy County cabin)
• Hiking attire (hiking shoes/boots, clothes) and bug spray if hiking on trails
Q: What activities are available to do in Murfreesboro?
A: See Link Labeled: Activities In Murfreesboro/Pike County
Q: What activities are available to do in Marshall?
A: See link Labeled Activities in Marshall/Searcy County