An authentic log cabin overlooking the Central Crossings Bridge on Table Rock Lake. Perched on a high bluff overlooking the White River, this cabin was built in 1934. Prior to the formation of Table Rock Lake, the logs were floated down the River and brought up the bluff. The fireplace rock came from the banks of the White River. I am proud to own this little part of Shell Knob history, and share it with my guests.
The Cabin has two newly remodeled bedrooms, one with a queen size bed and one with a full size bed; plus a queen size bed on a sleeping porch facing the lake. Full kitchen with dishes, cookware, small appliances and utensils. Coffee supplies provided, as well as linens and paper products.
This property offers direct access to the beautiful and clear waters of Table Rock Lake. There is a boat dock available for our guests pleasure that features a boat lift and also has a large swim deck attached for hours of fun in the sun. Free WiFi. Open Year Round.