The White River Tree House is a one bedroom log house on the banks of the White River. It's near the end of the road in a quiet secluded setting overlooking the river. The cabin is on riverfront property so you never have to leave the property to fish. In addition to trout you can also catch small and largemouth bass in this section of the White River. Fish from the bank, wade fish, rent a boat, or take a guided trout fishing trip. It's all here.
Though the Tree House is in a secluded location it is only 10 minutes from downtown Mountain View where you'll find dining, shopping, and attractions. Within 5 minutes by either car or boat are two full service riverside restaurants.
The little town of Mountain View is a very popular tourist destination because of all its high quality art shops and "live on the town square" blue grass music. The shops are also popular for collectibles and unique area crafts. Numerous restaurants offer a wide range of dining.
The Ozark Folk Center is less than 10 minutes away. The Ozark Folk Center is a marvelous place to visit and see it's assortment of some 20 live pioneer craft activities, dining, blue grass music theater, and gift shop. Blanchard Springs Caverns, 15 minutes away, offers much more than just two spectacular guided cave tours. You can also see waterfalls and a little Ozark Mountain lake made by the dam of an old historic grist mill. Blanchard is as beautiful above ground as it is in the caverns. The town of Mountain View as well as the Ozark Folk Center hold a wide assortment of several festivals each year.
Few areas in the Ozarks offer as many outdoor recreation opportunities. Within a 5 to 15 minute drive you can go horseback riding, explore well marked public trails where you'll hike along streams, bluffs, and see deep Ozark rock canyons. Drive maintained back roads, or even explore old logging roads on foot to spot wildlife, wildflowers, and other nature photography opportunities - all on public property. Hunt for black bear, whitetail, turkey, and wild hogs in the 130,000 acre Sylamore Ranger District of the Ozark National Forest. Bike along some 50 miles of well groomed marked stacked loop mountain bike trails at the Syllamo Mountain Bike Trail.
For a truly unique experience take your children swimming at the Sylamore Creek life guard protected beach at Blanchard Springs Caverns. You can play 18 holes of golf at the Pine Hill Golf Course in nearby Mountain View.
Horseback riding, fishing guides, and boat rentals are also close by. Hunting for deer, bear, and wild hogs, as well as a free public outdoor shooting range, are 10 minutes away in the 130,000 acre Sylamore ranger District of the Ozark National Forest.