Cozahome Cabin

Directions. 1.4 miles north of Cozahome, Arkansas on Cozahome Road (County Road 61). It is at Marion/Searcy County line.

This newly remodeled cabin is located next to the Lower Buffalo River Wilderness Area.

Features include:
Two bedrooms (1 queen & 2 twin beds)
One full & one-half bath
Heated & cooled sunporch/sleeping porch with full bed
1200 square feet upstairs/900 square foot unfinished basement
Comfortably sleeps 8
Public water
Central heat & air
Wood burning stove
Large deck & covered porch
TV /DVD player
Outstanding cellular signal for hotspot
Full basement/game room with ping pong table
Extra cots in basement
Corral for horses & mules
Plenty of room for trailer parking
65 acres of peace & quiet

We are located near some of the best horseback riding in Arkansas. From our property, you can saddle your horse or mule and ride into the 38,000 acre Lower Buffalo River Wilderness area. Nearby features include “tilting rock,” Big Creek and the Cold Springs School, a historic school building listed on the national register of historic places in a remote area of the Buffalo National River. The Cold Springs School is located at Cold Springs Hollow and is only accessible by foot, horseback or from the Buffalo National River. The school is a small single-story fieldstone structure, built circa 1935 with funding from the Works Progress Administration. 

There are many miles of wilderness with old wagon roads and trails to enjoy.  The entire Lower Buffalo River Wilderness Area is managed by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission as a wildlife management area and offers outstanding hunting opportunities for deer, squirrel and turkey.

The Sylamore National Forest joins the Lower Buffalo River Wilderness area and consists of 130,000 acres of public land open to hunting and trail riding. This area is just a few miles away and is directly accessible from our property across Big Creek.

Also nearby is the “Ducks Head” area of the lower Buffalo National River. Popular trails in this area include Ludlow Gap, Jackson Ridge and Silver Hollow. Directly to the west of the property is the Rock Creek segment of Loafers Glory Wildlife Management area, an approximately 1,300 acre WMA that joins the Buffalo National River.

You can keep your stock in the one-half acre corral next to the cabin. The entire 65 acre property where the cabin is located is fenced with 2 ponds.

If you are planning a float trip, you have several options. The Buffalo National River is mid-America’s premier float stream and only minutes away. There are a number of outfitters nearby and you can select from several day floats that range from 4 to 11 miles each. The closest access point, Spring Creek access, is only 7 miles from the cabin.

Crooked Creek, one of the best smallmouth bass streams in the country, is only 25 miles away. A few miles further down the road is the legendary White River, which has some of the best trout fishing to be found anywhere. Finally, from the cabin, you can ride a horse or hike down to Big Creek in the Lower Buffalo River Wilderness Area. Big Creek is the second largest tributary to the Buffalo River and has a reputation for producing trophy smallmouth bass.

From the cabin, hikers can trek over to tilting rock and into the Lower Buffalo River Wilderness and explore the abandoned settlements of Little Egypt and Hepsey, Cold Springs Schoolhouse and the lower Buffalo River. From there, you can head over to Middle Creek and the 16,652 acre Leatherwood Wilderness Area.

Two miles north of the cabin is the Duck’s Head area of the Buffalo River. Silver Hollow (and its abandoned zinc and silver mines), Lonely Hollow, Ludlow Gap, Devil’s Tea Table, Jones Bend and Flying Rock are just a few of the points of interest you will find in this area. If you hike into Silver Hollow, you arrive across the Buffalo River from the mining town of Rush.

Just a few miles away is the incredible Buffalo River Trail (BRT) connecting Maumee and Dillard’s Ferry (Highway 14 Bridge). This 12 mile section of the BRT offers spectacular views of the river and is truly one of the best hikes in Arkansas. The Indian Rockhouse trail at Buffalo Point and various trails at the abandoned mining town Rush (at one time the second largest town in Arkansas!) are worth the short drive. Drive a little further to the Ozark Highlands Trail that crosses Push Mountain Road (State Highway 341) just east of Big Flat, Arkansas. A few miles further is the Sylamore Trail which covers 24 miles from Allison to Cripple Turkey Road, and goes through Blanchard Springs, Gunner Pool and Barkshed Recreation Area in the Sylamore National Forest.

The cabin sits on 65 acres that offers deer and turkey at your back door (you can literally hunt off the back deck). The western boundary is a ¼ mile from Loafer’s Glory Wildlife Management Area (WMA) which provides thousands of acres of premier deer and turkey hunting. This WMA gets very little attention and is teaming with turkey and trophy deer. The 35,000 acres in the Lower Buffalo River Wilderness is managed by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission as a WMA, and open the public for hunting. The Sylamore National Forest joins the Lower Buffalo River Wilderness and consists of approximately 130,000 acres.  This area is home to some of the finest turkey hunting anywhere, along with trophy deer and small game.

Detailed directions: From Little Rock take I-40 to Conway. Take Exit 125 to Highway 65 north towards Harrison. Proceed north on Highway 65 to Marshall (approx. 65 miles through Greenbrier, Damascus, Bee Branch, Clinton and Leslie). Just as you enter Marshall, turn right on Highway 27 toward Harriet. Go approx. 11 miles (through Morning Star) to Harriet (Crockett’s Store). Go left at Harriet on Highway 14 towards Yellville (and Buffalo River). Proceed approx. 3.3 miles and turn right on County Road 61 towards Cozahome (also known as Cozahome Rd. There will be signs to Cozahome and you’ll see the HaRoCo Volunteer Fire Department (red metal building), Rock Creek Community Center (white sided building) and a cemetery. (If you see sign to Spring Creek access on Buffalo River, you’ve gone too far!).

Go approx. 3.2 miles towards Cozahome the (road will turn to gravel about ½ way). Go all the way to the “Y” in the road and bear left on Cozahome Road which is still County Road 61. (Make sure you go past the blue water tower on your left in Cozahome. Otherwise, you will turn too soon and end up at Loafer’s Glory WMA). Go approx. 1.4 miles. You will see a sign for Marion County. The cabin is on your left. There is a gray gate with a sign that says “Cozahome Mule Farm, LLC,” a mailbox with “4728 Cozahome Road” and “Cozahome Cabin.” The cabin has a copper colored metal roof.

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Cozahome Cabin

4728 Cozahome Road
Harriet, AR 72639





Check in time: 2 pm

Checkout time: 11 am


Weekdays: $100 per night for 4 people

Friday/Saturday: $120 per night for 4 people

Weekly rate: $550

Monthly rate: $1750

$15 per night for each additional person

2 night minimum

$40 cleaning fee

16 day cancellation period, 25% cancellation fee

Deposits are not transferrable, no refund for holiday cancellations

50% pre-payment to hold your reservation

We accept cash and personal checks. A credit card number is required to hold a reservation.

Flexible on pets (but will charge extra).

No smoking inside.

Cozahome Cabin