Missouri October 27, 2015
These 14 Awesome Cabins In Missouri Will Give You An Unforgettable Stay
Fall in Missouri is a great time to visit the outdoors and stay in a cabin. With the changing leaves along with lower off-season rates in most locations, cabins can range from rustic and basic to fully modernized and fancy, and can accommodate one person or many people, based on your needs. The following cabins are worth checking out.
1. Jonesburg Garden Cabins, Jonesburg
These simple log cabins are one-room, furnished, with heating and air conditioning. They sleep four with one full-size bed and one set of bunk beds. Bed linens are not provided except for the deluxe cabins at a slightly higher nightly rate. Relax on a covered porch complete with a porch swing, as well as a fire ring, grill, picnic table, yard area and a parking space. Bath facilities are shared and a short distance from the cabins. Rates run from $54-$75 per day. For more information, visit their website at
Jonesburg Garden Campground
2. Big Cedar Lodge, Ridgedale
Big Cedar Lodge has many different options for lodging, but you will want to try the rough-hewn log cabins. You can choose a cabin tucked into the wooded area or along the lakeside, but still near to dining and other lodge amenities. There are several different floor plans with unique wilderness interiors, with fireplaces and luxury tubs, an equipped kitchen and a deck with a gas grill. Larger cabins with expansive living areas are good for families and groups. All cabins are non-smoking, feature Sleep Experience Bedding and include wireless internet access. Located at 612 Devils Pool Road. Visit their website at
Big Cedar Lodge
for availability, rates, and more information about the individual cabins.
3. Cross Creek RV Park and Cabins, Lake Ozark
Cross Creek in Lake Ozark, besides being an RV Park, also has ten different cabins to choose from, five tree house cabins, four cabins with facilities and a private Survivor Island rental. During your stay, you can enjoy mini golf, an 8-acre fishing lake, pedal boats, playground, shuffleboard, sand volleyball, basketball horseshoes, and much more. Cabins are complete with wi-fi, and there is also a camp store, laundry facility and restrooms with free hot showers nearby.
Located in the woods about one mile from Route W, on a gravel road, about 3.5 miles away from Bagnell Dam at the Lake of the Ozarks. For rates, availability, and more information visit
Cross Creek RV Park and Cabins
4. The Cabins at Stockton Lake, Stockton
Located approximately 400 yards from the water’s edge of Stockton Lake, the cabins feature central heat and air, an electric fireplace, washer and driver, stove, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher and charcoal grills. They also provide bed linens, towels, cooking utensils, plates, glasses, silverware, and coffee maker, as well as 40 channels of cable TV or Dish Network. In addition, the Lodge has an outdoor fireplace and 9-hole putting green. They allow up to 2 pets with an additional pet fee, and they require that you be 21 years or older to rent. Rates vary by season and cabin. Visit the website at
The Cabins at Stockton Lake
for availability and rates.
5. Branson Vacation Cabins, Branson
Located 8 miles south of Hwy 76 Strip, Branson Vacation Rentals offer fully furnished two and three bedroom log cabins with fireplaces near Table Rock Lake. Also nearby you will find Dogwood Canyon, Eureka Springs, the Buffalo River, all the activities of Branson, and lots of shopping. For reservations and more information about the available cabins, visit
Branson Vacation Rental Cabins
6. Paradise Lake Cabins, Lone Jack
Choose from 16 individual cabins of three different types. The A-Frame can accommodate up to 12 guests, features wi-fi and television, has a full kitchen, bathroom, and shower. The Rustic cabin is air conditioned, with bathroom, shower, small fridge and a microwave. And finally, the Cozy Cabins are air conditioned with bunk beds. Rates vary, and you can visit their website at
Paradise Lake Cabins
for more information. Located at 985 NW 1901st Road.
7. The Country Haven Lodge, Lake of the Ozarks
Located in the middle of a 400 acre farm in the hills of the Ozarks at Mack’s Creek. The cabin is on a hill a few yards from the main house and overlooks a field with hills in the background. This modern yet charmingly rustic cabin has vaulted ceilings in the two upstairs bedrooms, with a full kitchen, big screen TV with DirecTV, and bathroom with a shower. There is also a large koi pond, a full wrap around porch, extensive flower beds and lots of creeks and meadows nearby. Pricing starts at $125 per person with a $50 cleaning fee. Visit their website at
The Country Haven Lodge
for more information.
8. Poco Risco Lakefront Log Homes, Lake of the Ozarks
Another getaway at the Lake of the Ozarks is Poco Risco’s Lakefront Log Home Rentals. With three and four bedrooms, two baths, and private covered boat docks, its convenient location on the lake gives you access to all the fishing, boating, and lake scenery that you want. Also within a one hour drive, you can find golfing, an outlet mall, Miner Mike’s Adventure Town indoor family fun center, Big Surf Water Park, go-carts, movie theaters and Ha Ha Tonka State Park. Rates run from $188-$269 per day, with a minimum of two nights stay required. Visit their website at
Poco Risco Lakefront Log Homes
for more in formation.
9. Cedar Ridge Cabin, Cassville
These brilliantly maintained 1945 knotty pine cabins combine rustic charm with modern amenities. Located in Honor, they are minutes from many area attractions, and next to the Platte River for fishing and boating. Each cabin features a deck, picnic table, umbrella, air conditioning, coffee cable and Wi-Fi. You can choose from a single room with a double or queen bed, connected cabins with a Queen bed in each, or efficiencies with a stove, microwave, cookware and two double beds. Cabins share a backyard which includes a game room, outdoor games, a fire pit and barbeque grills. Call or reserve your cabin online. For availability, rates and more information, visit their website at
Cedar Ridge Cabins
10. Blue Jay Farm, Dixon
Located on a rustic private estate named Blue Jay Farm on 360 acres in a valley of the Ozarks foothills, the log cabins sit on a seven acre spring-fed lake. Enjoy hiking trails, play ping pong, badminton, croquet or cards. They provide food from local farmers, homemade on site, with full service continental breakfast with homemade quiche in the Goodman Cabin. The First Cabin and Rock House provide you with what you need to make your own breakfast.
There are a total of five cabins available with rates starting at $80 per night, with free wireless internet. Visit
for more information.
11. Rock Eddy Bluff Farm, Dixon
Located at 10245 Maries Rd 511 in Dixon, these secluded cabins above Gasconade River valley in south central Missouri start at $120 per night. There are three different secluded, fully modern cottages and two rustic cabins tucked in the trees. Outdoor activities abound, as well as shopping, caves, antiques, an Amish community, and lots of great places to eat. The cabins are also pet friendly. Find out more at
Rock Eddy Bluff Farm
12. C-bar-J Cabins, Dunnegan
These cabins, located in the Amish community of Dunnegan at 3794 S 33rd Road, are strategically placed for privacy and views of nature. The cabins are air-conditioned and furnished with a full size bed, and Amish made table and chairs. They feature full bathrooms, electric fireplaces, a kitchenette, closet and loft for storage or sleeping. They include a large, covered front porch with a swing, covered picnic area, and a campfire pit stock with wood. Rates start at just $85 per night. Visit their website at
C Bar J
for availability, rates and more information.
13. River's Edge Resort – Eminence
This resort, located on MO-19 near Current River and Jack’s Fork, offers varied accommodations including their rustic cabins. There are two river-side “Pine Cabins” that sleep up to 6 people and consist of one large room featuring a stone fireplace, 1 king and 1 full bed, and a full bed futon. Air conditioning and heat, Dish Network TV, kitchenette, shower or bath spa for 2, private deck, picnic table and barbeque grill are also included. For more information, visit their website at
River’s Edge Resort
14. Lost Cove Resort, Pontiac
At Lost Cove Resort, located in beautiful Pontiac Cove on the east side of Bull Shoals Lake, offers many types of accommodations including their 5 new cedar log cabins. They are currently offering their winter rates which start at $95 per night for up to four people. The cabins have two bedrooms, full kitchens with dishwashers, BBQ pits on a small covered porch with patio furniture and firepits, satellite television, and central heating and air. Each bedroom is furnished with a queen bed, and there is a queen sofa sleeper and futon in the main living area. Smoking is not permitted in any of the cabins. For availability, rates, and more detailed information visit their website at
Lost Cove Resort
Are you planning a fall getaway? Would you stay at any of these places or have you already? Share in the comments below.