Secluded Cabins on the Lake
3 sites · Lodging2 acres · Crockett, TXThese cabins are hand built, with families in mind, to share with other families.
They are located on Houston County lake. Stewart Cove is perfect for people who are looking to unplug from the outside world and reconnect with their families and nature. The property is perfect for child-friendly adventures or romantic getaways. Enjoy this peaceful lake view surrounded by beautiful pine trees.
- Secluded lake cabins on Houston County Lake. 2-acre property
- Panoramic windows of Houston County lake from the living room
- Wood floors throughout cabins
- Wrap around deck with an incredible view and surrounded by beautiful pine trees
- Selfie stick attached to the cabin for the perfect family photo
- City water and electric
- Fully equipped kitchen: refrigerator, stove, microwave, cooktop, dishwasher, coffee maker, pots, pans, wine opener, and wine glasses.
- Each cabin has its own Washer and dryer
- All bathrooms come with a combination of tub and shower.
- We provide bath towels.
- There are 2 bedrooms and a Loft. The master bedroom has 1 queen bed
- The guest room has 2 full-size bunk beds
- Cabin 1 loft has 2 twin beds and Cabin 2 loft has 1 queen
- Wifi is included (runs slow but perfect for unplugging)
- TV with Dish in living room
Things to do:
- We have a Covered Pavilion with a basketball hoop and pickleball court
- 60-foot waterside from the large hill into the lake
- Swimming in the lake
- Fishing in the lake
- Bird watching (We have eagles, blue herrings, pelicans, etc.)
- Several kayaks with adult and child lifejackets free to use
- Cement deck near the lake with cafe lights
- BBQ pit, bench swing, and picnic tables
- Sandbox for kids
- The fire pit is great for smores!
Other Things to note:
- This is the owner's primary residence. The main house is far from the cabins.
Things to Bring:
- Bug spray
- Outdoor towels
Sheets, blankets, pillows, and towels are provided for each cabin. You'll need to bring your own outdoor towels for swimming.
The last 5 miles of the drive are on a "Red Dirt Road" and it can be bumpy or even slippery if it's rained recently. I've never heard of any issues in any vehicles but it's definitely a county road. You will leave with red dirt on your vehicle but that's part of the appeal, the secluded getaway :)
Once you start down the driveway you'll see the lake through the trees, making the rough 5-mile ride worth it.