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Ozark Cabins at Dry Creek
Reviewed 17 September 2017 via mobile

These cabins are so much less expensive than other state parks, my husband and I didn't know what to expect. What we got was a lovely, comfortable bed, a deck overlooking the woods, and the peace and quiet we needed for our anniversary. No frills--you won't get a jacuzzi tub or room service --but it's a nicer stay than many of the name-brand hotels in town. Mountain View is a nice community that lets visitors eavesdrop a bit on what they've got going on. Definitely worth a visit.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 August 2017

We had a weekend stay here and found it to be very relaxing. The deck is equipped with seating and faced the woods where we could watch the squirrels playing. There is also a trail in the woods behind the cabins that comes out at the city park that is a nice hike. In the mornings, breakfast at the Skillet Restaurant is wonderful, especially with a window seat to watch the birds, chipmunks, squirrels and groundhogs eating. The room was a little dated, but cute and comfortable. The only issue we had was the drape rod was in need of repair. I would definitely recommend.

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  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 12 August 2017

We have been so impressed with Arkansas State Park cabins. This was no exception. Close to town, peaceful setting, friendly staff, everything you need with the possible exception of a microwave. Comfortable beds, plenty of places to plug in and charge all those things you need when you travel.

Stayed: August 2017
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Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

These "cabins" are essentially duplex cabins. Not a lot of room, although each side has two beds and a deck. It's very clean, and provides all the basic amenities you'd expect as standard. No complaints.

Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

These are really more like hotel rooms than cabins. We loved ours. We had partial view of woods. Rooms aren't small but have weird angles. TV placement is awkward but I don't know where else you could put it. Not luxurious but clean and comfortable.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

We stayed in the cabins while visiting Blanchard Spring Caverns. The cabins were clean and comfortable. The view was awesome whether we were out on the porch watching fireflies or laying in bed with the curtains open. The water was hot, there was a small refrigerator in the room, and a coffee maker. The air conditioner works well and the quilts on the bed were beautiful as well as warm.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 15 July 2017

The Governor of Arkansas declared a State of Emergency on April 30, 2017, the day we booked into the cabins at the Ozark Folk Centre State Park. To get here we had passed flooded fields, roads and rivers which had broken their banks, driven through the beautiful Ozark National Forest, and were surprised when the road leading to the Folk Centre, AR 66E, took us 45 minutes or more. We were a week early in the season for there to be any activities in the many venues within the Folk Centre. There were few people about as we arrived at the visitors centre, meeting a stressed Yolanda, who had waited for us but had just received a call to say the dam near her home was to release water into an already waterlogged region and her house was in danger of being flooded. Hello/Goodbye/Pay tomorrow. Our inexpensive "cabin" was spacious, had two Queen beds, a large wrap around balcony, outdoor furniture, coffee machine, all the other cabins were empty, leafy trees, parking outside the door. We hung out some washing on our portable clothesline, made a warm drink and enjoyed the sunshine on the balcony amongst the trees. A quick trip into nearby Mountain View netted us a delicious pizza for dinner. The heating in the room kept us warm during the cold night, the beds were soft and cosy, there were plenty of towels in the large bathroom, the cabins were spotlessly clean. Checking out next morning we saw one or two other cabins had been occupied but things were very quiet. We mentioned at the office we were In need of a dentist and Mr John Morrow, the Park Superintendent (who just happened to be at the Visitors Centre that morning) picked up the phone, called around and managed to arrange a Dentist for us in Little Rock. After a chat about mutual hobbies with the engaging Park Super we headed off towards Little Rock. Mr. Morrow is typical of the friendly, helpful people we met all through the beautiful State of Arkansas. As Aussies we were very impressed that no-one stood on ceremony at the State Park. We will definitely be back to this neck of the woods, perhaps a little later in the season, to enjoy the music, mountains, forests, rivers and waterfalls of the Ozark Folk Centre State Park.

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  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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Address: 1032 Park Ave, Ozark Folk Center, Mountain View, AR 72560-6008
Region: United States > Arkansas > Mountain View
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #2 of 10 Speciality Lodging in Mountain View
Number of rooms: 60
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Ozark Folk Center's famous hospitality is reflected in our Ozark Cabins at the Ozark Folk Center's Cabins at Dry Creek with a pleasing blend of homespun decor, modern comforts and friendly service, making Arkansas cabin rental easy.Beautiful, newly renovated Ozark cabins, all at ground level, feature two queen size beds, telephone, TV, wireless Internet, mini-refrigerator, iron and ironing board and coffee pot. There are large windows and glass doors that open onto small porches, most with a wooded view. The Ozark Folk Center's Cabins office has a game room and swimming pool for guests.The Center offers conference and meeting facilities for groups up to 1,000, and specializes in business retreats and family reunions. These meeting facilities range in size. The Music Auditorium features 1,000 seats and the Small Auditorium Conference Center in the Administration Building offers 167 seats with two individual conference rooms located nearby. The recreation Room is near the cabins. The Committee of 100 Meeting Room is in the Skillet Restaurant.Special music shows, contest, workshops, and craft exhibitions are held throughout the year. Festivals highlight the spring and fall seasons. Special music and meals celebrate the winter holidays. Our Arkansas cabin rental guests receive discount coupons for tickets to Arkansas crafts and Ozark music events. ... more   less 
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