Discover a selection of 192 vacation rentals in Mountain Home, AR that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and kitchens. Prices start at $97 per night, and cabins and houses are popular options for a stay in Mountain Home. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
Destination guide

More than just a Mountain Home

You might think the clue's in the name, but if they were being straight up with you, they'd call it 'Mountain and River Home'. Because while Mountain Home's situation in the Ozark Mountains is undeniably spectacular, it's the aquatic possibilities that have vacationers getting in their cars and hitting Route 62. The implausible number of lakes, rivers, and creeks get the fishermen hot under the collar, while the boating and hiking possibilities reel in the rest of the outdoor crowd. A Mountain Home vacation rental puts you in gorgeous country, with year-round activities and a real sense of community. You may never leave.

Things to do

Plenty more fish in the, er, hatchery

Mountain Home does a great line in, well, mountain homes. Specifically, historical house museums. Try the pioneer homes of Jacob Wolf House and Casey House, for starters. For a dose of culture with a fun, community-centric vibe, check out what's on at the Twin Lakes Playhouse. And if you still haven't had enough of fishing, how about an excursion to Norfork National Fish Hatchery? With 250,000 visitors annually, and millions of fish released every year into Arkansas' rivers and lakes, you can learn about the finny beasts, feed them, and even catch some if you like.


Join the aquatic fanatics with a Mountain Home vacation

Notice something about your fellow vacationers? Polarized shades, rods, and reels, by any chance? Smartly located within a 20-minute drive of 2 lakes and 3 rivers, a Mountain Home vacation rental puts you squarely in some of the best freshwater fishing territory in the whole of the US. While the fishing is no secret, it's far from being the only thing to do round here. You could go boating, kayaking, or tubing out on the water, take a hike up in the mountains, or even play a few rounds of golf.


A vacation with a built-in cooler

Mountain Home is a great year-round destination, but you will get a bit of weather. From May to September, it's going to get hot, with pretty high humidity. Fortunately all those lakes and creeks mean that cooling off isn't going to be much of a problem. Come winter, the mountains mean it turns cool and wet, with a bit of snow from time to time. But do you want to know a secret? Fall might just be the perfect time for a Mountain Home vacation rental. The weather can still be pretty mild, and the colors on the mountainsides are to die for.

Natural features

Round here, they call a spade a spade

A place called Mountain Home was never going to be located in a desert at sea level. Set up high in the southern Ozark Mountains, Mountain home is at the center of the Twin Lakes area, slap-bang between Bull Shoals Lake, Norfork Lake, Buffalo River, White River, and North Fork River. Mountains and fishing are always going to take center stage in a place like this, but for something a bit different, try exploring the local cave systems. The amazing rock formations of Bull Shoals Cavern are among the best known, and it's easy to get into.

How to get there

Transportation options to and around Mountain Home

Fly into Harrison, AR (HRO-Boone County Regional), the closest airport, located 42.9 mi (69.1 km) from the city center.

How many vacation rentals are available around Mountain Home, AR?

Our 2020 property listings offer a large selection of 192 vacation rentals around Mountain Home. From 70 cabin rentals to 98 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Can I rent a mountain-view property in Mountain Home?

Nestle yourself and your crew high up in the mountains and get ready for spectacular sunrises, celestial stargazing and a whole lot of fresh air. Vrbo has no less than 62 alpine getaway rentals available. Of course, that mightn't work for everyone. Fortunately, Vrbo has a bunch more options, including:

  • 61 water-view vacation rentals.
  • 44 shore-front vacation rentals.
  • 42 rural vacation rentals.

Can I rent a house in Mountain Home?

If you're after a home away from home for your trip, renting a whole house is a terrific idea. You and your crew will have plenty of space for all sorts of getaway activities. There are 95 houses currently listed on Vrbo. Prices start from $40 a night. Or maybe you'd rather pick one of the area's other popular rental options, such as:

  • Cabin: 58 vacation homes. Prices start from $65 per night.
  • Cottage: 15 vacation homes. Prices start from $78 per night.
  • Lodge: 9 vacation homes. Prices start from $225 per night.

Can I stay in Mountain Home in a large group?

Nothing comes close to reconnecting with old friends or spending a few nights with your loved ones in a terrific new location. And what's best, Vrbo has options big enough for everyone. House vacation homes are the favorite choice for large groups of visitors, with 24 available here. In this area, the rental options that can accommodate large groups of guests include:

  • On the hunt for vacation homes that can house 6 guests? We have 46 that will suit. Prices start from $40 per night.
  • Keen to find a rental property for 8 guests? We have 29 that will be ideal. You can get one for as little as $99 per night.
  • Seeking out rental properties catering to 10 people? You'll be delighted to discover we have 19 that will fit the bill. You can bag one from just $139 per night.

So never fear! When you book with us you can take your dad, your cousins and all your buddies to Mountain Home.