Spend time in a quaint tree house on a great fishing pond with abundant wildlife. Deer, fox, cranes, squirrels, and birds abundant.
sleep in the loft with a view of the pond or the day bed in the lower cabin.
sheets and blankets provided for day bed and washed, before every new visit
provide your own mattress and sleeping bag for loft sleeping.
We have trails cut through the woods for short walks in nature. you can walk by the natural spring feed creek just behind the treehouse in the woods.
We are 10 minutes from downtown little rock and the river market, the bill Clinton national library, and the discovery museum.
the Arkansas river can be acessed in 10 minutes for fishing, boating, the river walk that goes all the way to pinnacle mountain. this trail is about 20 miles.
pinnacle mountain state park is 28 miles for treehouse on the pond.
We are 5 minutes from the bill and Hillary Clinton national airport.
There are many Restaurants downtown for almost any taste.
we are 10 minutes from tar camp park in Redfield Arkansas.
Our gate is a remote/coded entry for your safty and privacy.
RV hookups available. 30 and 50 amp service, water hookup, sewer.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Tree House on the Pond
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
The Treehouse on the Pond is only a 10-15 minute drive south of Downtown Little Rock. It’s a rural area with a bit of elbow room. We met Mark at the gate and he showed us the way to the treehouse. He’s got a Husquavarna business at the road, with the treehouse, pond, and his own house behind it. Though the treehouse is not far from the road by distance, it was quiet and calm feeling.
Mark has been making improvements on his property over the last few months getting it ready for Hipcamp! The treehouse sits by itself on one side of the pond. It’s got a small loft in the top accessed by a narrow ladder. While we were visiting Mark had 2 cots set up downstairs, but was talking about removing them so guests can bring their own camping pads and sleeping bags. It was only about 40 degrees out when we visited but the portable heater in the treehouse kept it very comfortable. There is also a radio and comfortable lazy boy style chair inside. There is no plumbing inside the treehouse or bathroom available. You could easily set up a camp stove outside on the deck to cook.
The pond had a small dock and aluminum boat for floating around. There was a layer of ice across the pond while we were there do we didn’t get to try that out. There is plenty of space for walking around. Mark has a huge yard with a swing set and there is a small natural spring on the backside of the property, behind the treehouse. He talked of adding his renovated mobile home as another place to rent, so look for that in the future if you want a less rustic Hipcamp experience.
Mark was very friendly and open to suggestions. We could tell he wanted us to be comfortable. I think this is a great place to visit if you are traveling thru Little Rock and you want a more country-like experience.