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Buffalo River Cabins

Phone: (870) 404-4987
GPS: 36.077262,-92.600543
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Rates & Main Policies

Please call (870) 404-4987 or send an email to make a reservation.

Check-in time:  2 PM
Check-out time:  11 AM


Big Buffalo $170
Heart Pine $135
Bodark $120
Chinquapin $95
Buffalo Country Cottage $95
Honey Hole $100 - 2 people
Above prices are per night for 2 people. Add $10 per extra person per night.
Off season rates are $10 less per night.
2 night minimum for most weekends and 3 night minimum for Memorial, Independence and Labor Day holidays.

Camping Cabins:

$40 per night for 2 people
$5 per night for additional persons

2 night minimum for weekends and holidays

30 day cancellation period, 20% cancellation fee.

100% pre-payment to hold your reservation.

We accept cash and personal checks, Mastercard and Visa.

Pets $25 1st night, $10 additional

No smoking inside, outside is OK.

Hello! Welcome to the website of Buffalo River Cabins.

We'd love to have you stay at our Buffalo River Cabins. Just off Highway 14, south of Yellville, Arkansas near Buffalo Point - Buffalo National River.

Our cabins have rock-lined fire pits outside -- great for roasting marshmallows! 

Towels and bed linens are provided in all the cabins except our camper cabins, the Dogwood and Redbud.

Buffalo River Cabins are close by the Buffalo National River near Buffalo Point and the Historic Mining Ghost Town of Rush.

We have 6 cabins and 2 camper cabins for your relaxing Buffalo River weekend. We also have 2 camping cabins the Dogwood and the Redbud, as well as several campsites.

Hike to Indian Rock House, or the campground trail, the Scenic Overlook in the park, Box Canyon, or visit the historic mining town of Rush. Adventures include canoeing, kayaking, rafting, horseback riding and fishing. Go barefoot... relax... do something you haven't done in years.

Our History

The Big Buffalo Cabin, our first cabin, was built in 1984 -1985 by my cousin, Danny Lynch, and his father, U. D. Lynch. When Danny built the cabin, he logged the timber from Burley Baker’s land on Highway 14 where the Caney General Store was located until it burned in 1996. This timber was used for all the horizontal logs. The upright vertical logs were found down on Water Creek at the Mill Pond Hole where they had been buried for almost 100 years. This big cabin is a true log cabin with a tin roof and a wrap-around front porch.

Since then we have added 5 more cabins and 2 camping cabins.

Call us for more information and to make reservations at (870) 404-4987.

Download our information sheet with our map and directions.