The Trout House Cabin

The Trout House Cabin is a comfortable, private home in a quiet area of the world renowned White River. It is located near Cotter on the Baxter County side of the White River. Great, relaxing atmosphere. You can watch the river or the birds go by from the living room or deck.


Living Room Features: Relaxing comfortable furnishings in a glass room with a fantastic view of the river, walk out onto the large deck surrounding the front of the house.

Kitchen and Dining Room Features: Two tables and a large bar for serving. Fully equipped kitchen with all small appliances and cooking utensils.

Bedrooms: There is a master bedroom with a king sized bed and private bath. Also, there are two bedrooms that have twin beds. In the living room there is a hide-a-bed, as well.

Additional Amenities: Owners Roy and Kathy Sisco want you to be as comfortable as they have been in their vacation home. The cabin is well furnished with WiFi, satellite TV a VCR and DVD player, and games.

Yard Amenities: Large front yard on the river Large back yard for cookouts Grills, Smoker, Fish Cookers are available for your use. Plenty of parking, with room for your boat and a basketball goal with a basketball. Only 100 feet to the River and access and launch area.

Area Amenities: Cotter, Arkansas is only 6 miles away. Cotter is a quaint, little town, in addition the Cotter Cafe. Plus the Cotter Trout Dock and Cotter Public Access and Big Springs Park with a wonderful swimming hole and pavilion. Flippin, Arkansas is only 8 miles away and has the following items that could make you stay even more enjoyable: ATM, Walmart Supercenter, Dollar General, and 2 restaurants. Gassville, Arkansas is only 6 miles away. Gassville has some items that could make your stay even better: Dalleys Fly Shop, Sunfest Grocery, Dollar General, and 3 restarurants.


Rates & Reservations

Rates: $175.00 per night for the first two people, each additional person is $15.00 per night, childen under six stay free. Maximum of eight adults. A two night mininum reservation is required anytime except holiday weekends which require a three night minimum. Call 870-365-6277.

A credit card number ID required for all reservations. Deposit is 1/2 of your reservation which can be cash, check or CC.

Pets: Sorry no pets due the other guest who have allergies that are affected by pets.

Smoking: Non-Smoking facility. We have guests who are non-smokers and will be happy to provide ashtrays on the deck for you.

Check-In time 3:00 PM - Check-Out time 10:00 AM

Cancellation Policy: 30 days or more before your scheduled arrival the deposit is fully refunded. After 30 days your deposit will be fully refunded if the dates of your reservation are rebooked to another party.



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  • James A Gaston Visitor Center - The $4.7-million center is an environmental education learning center and feature interpretation of the river, dam and lake, and their histories. State-of-the-art interpretive exhibits are in the lobby, along with a gift shop, and Johnboat Theater and Exhibit Hall, a 1,720-square-foot area filled with images of the river, lake and dam. An observation tower, gift shop, two classrooms and park offices are also a part of the center.
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