Tiny homes near Fayetteville with showers

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Boston Mountain Arkansas Adventures

3 sites · Lodging, Tents20 acres · Mountainburg, AR
Welcome to our serene retreat situated on 20 acres! We offer: 1 cozy tiny home 1 primitive campsite (2 more coming soon) Explore our established walking trails and check out our fish pond (fishing not yet available). Our charming tiny home spans 400 sq ft and includes 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, full-sized appliances, and a 100 sq ft deck overlooking the pond. Campsite 1 is now open and features a tent platform, picnic table, and a fire pit for your enjoyment. Want to try camping and don't have the gear - we have you covered with a four-person tent, queen size air mattress, cooking stove/pots and sleeping bags/blankets. - You don't have to set it up or take it down, we take care of all of it for you! Just ask to add the Glamp It Up Package (a $25-set up/take down fee, plus an additional 20.00 per night fee will be charged for use of all camping equipment. This also helps to cover the cost of waste management, washing gear, dishes, etc. Nearby attractions include: Lake Fort Smith Ozark Highland Trail (OHT) Ozark-St. Francis National Forest Devils Den State Park Devils Canyon Shores Lake Rec Area Fern Rec Area Mulberry River Natural Dam Illinois River Mt. Magazine State Park Fayetteville to Bentonville Bike Trail University of Arkansas Please remember, this is mountainous country; black bears, foxes, deer, coyotes, and even feral pigs may be in the area at any given time.
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Catkins Creek

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Berryville, AR
Handmade modern rustic off grid glamping cabin. Sits down in the valley overlooking a small creek. Located between America's First National River, the Buffalo River and the most unique town in the Ozarks, Eureka Springs, AR. Just 6 miles to the Kings River. Surrounded by hiking, mountain biking, floating, fishing and hunting. Built with an emphasis on using locally milled rough sawn timber, reclaimed materials and handmade details throughout. ​This is an off-grid glamping cabin. The parking area is just down the hill from the cabin. It's a short walk up to the cabin, you will need to across the foot bridge over the creek and up a few steps to the cabin. The terrain on the property could be muddy or loose at times. Always watch your footing. There is no running water, but there is an 8-gallon jug over the sink for drinking and washing. Extra water available for longer stays. Composting toilet outhouse behind the cabin. Compost toilet bucket is cleaned out after every guest. Propane hot water shower is only available in the warmer months (usually April through October). The cabin is powered by a small solar panel setup. Please do not plug in any personal devices. They could damage the electrical system or overwork it. USB charging dock for phones, laptops, etc. Good cell service with most providers. Basic LED lighting. Direct vent propane heater. Full size memory foam mattress with plenty of warm blankets. There is a two-burner propane cooktop and mini fridge. Bowls, plates, cups and silverware for two guests. Basic food prep items are also available. Round 2-person dining table looking out the big picture window. The creek will be running when there is sufficient rainfall. Guests have access to the designated trails. Please contact me with any questions.
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Tiny homes near Fayetteville with showers guide

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The lakes and mountains of northwest Arkansas are within easy reach from Fayetteville. Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, the vibrant city is a mecca for year-round outdoor adventure. Whether you're bunking down in an RV park, remote tent site, yurt, or cabin, camping here is something special. You find plenty of campgrounds on the shores of Beaver Lake—a sprawling reservoir high in the mountains. Fishing, boating, and water sports are popular pastimes. Near the dam, beautiful Eureka Springs hosts some of the most popular camping areas. On the southern shore, you come to Hobbs State Park. Spanning more than 12,000 acres, it's the largest park in Arkansas. Here you find a different Beaver Lake experience. Pitch a fire at a rustic hike-in campsite, explore 36 miles of trails, or gawk at striking limestone bluffs. At Devil's Den State Park, tent sites, RV sites, and 15+ cabins give you plenty of camping choices. This Arkansas hidden gem is a place to discover hidden caves and hike dense forests. You can even rent a canoe or kayak to explore Lake Devil. If the mountains are calling your name, pitch your tent in Ozark National Forest. Nearby campgrounds such as Lake Wedington (just west of Fayetteville) offer a secluded escape from the urban noise.

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