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Cabin in Jasper
Scenic Point Cottage @ the Heights
The property is located next to Scenic Point on Highway 7 in Jasper. The gift shop is adjacent to our property. You cannot ask for a better location for your trip to the Ozarks. You’re not far off the Highway, but you feel like you’re in the middle of nowhere due to the tranquility of the space. This is a perfect spot to call "home base" during your hiking trip to Jasper or float trip on the Buffalo National River. Also, a side note; the inside fireplace is not usable but the outside firepit is.
$147 per night
Cabin in Jasper
Rustic cabin, near buffaloriver, hiking, pets,WIFI
The Original at Heather Hill Cabins is nestled in the woods on 20 acres where wildlife abounds. You can enjoy a private, secluded vacation just 2 miles from the Buffalo River. If you're an avid hiker, there are hundreds of hiking trails to choose from in Newton County. The famed Pruitt's landing with a great swimming hole on the Buffalo National river is only 2 miles away. If you prefer just a quiet day at the cabin, relax with friends and family at a campfire or hang out on the front porch.
$109 per night
Cabin in Harrison
Cozy Buffalo River Cabin Getaway with hot tub!!
Relax at this cozy little cabin with just you and your significant other or bring the kids along too! Enjoy peace and quiet and total privacy. Private walking trail to seasonal Osage creek too! Close to waterfalls and an old homestead built of hand hewn logs. Conveniently located to hiking trails as well. Center point trail, Compton trailhead, hideout hollow trailhead, hawksbill trail and more! Ponca and Boxely are close and highway 43 where you can watch Elk! Soak in our new hot tub too!!
$148 per night

Stay near Jasper's top sights

Ozark Cafe69 locals recommend
Blue Mountain Bakery and Cafe19 locals recommend
Yeager's Junction Quik Stop7 locals recommend
Harps Food Store23 locals recommend
Subway4 locals recommend
Dollar General16 locals recommend

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$332 per night
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$189 per night
Cabin in Jasper
Lotus Point
$123 per night
Cabin in Jasper
Jasper Getaway
$122 per night

Your guide to Jasper

All About Jasper

In the heart of the Ozark Mountains, Jasper offers a mix of small town charm and the serenity of being surrounded by nature. As you drive into town via scenic Highway 7, you’ll wind through a gorgeous forest of black walnut, hickory, and cedar trees alongside the Buffalo River, famous for its striated stone bluffs and emerald green waters. Elk calls can be heard in nearby Boxley Valley as you enter Jasper proper, the Elk Capital of Arkansas. Jasper Square is the essence of a small town, complete with classic barbeque joints and famous pie shops.

To the south of the city is the omnipresent Round Top Mountain that overlooks the city. Nearby Horseshoe Canyon boasts equestrian tours, rock climbing, and zip lines for a more adrenaline-filled day in the Ozarks. Scenic Point, as the name might suggest, offers one of the most beautiful views of the Buffalo River Valley, with 40 miles of full panoramic visibility on a clear day.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Jasper

Jasper experiences four distinct seasons. The best place to see each season come alive is on Round Top Mountain’s three-mile loop, which becomes vibrantly colored with wildflowers during the spring, grows luscious, fruit-bearing Paw Paw trees in the summer, develops gorgeous amber foliage in the autumn, and transforms into a silent, snow-covered haven in the winter. The city and surrounding county experience more visitors in August and September for the biggest events of the year. The season kicks off with the Buffalo River Elk Festival in late August, where locals celebrate with an elk calling contest, a dutch-oven cook-off, and a five-kilometer race.

Top things to do in Jasper

Scenic Highway 7

Highway 7, the first state-maintained highway in Arkansas, runs north to south along the entire length of the state. Drive its span near Jasper and you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views of the Ozarks, waterfalls, and the Little Buffalo River. A major destination along the highway is Big Creek Canyon, or the Grand Canyon of Arkansas, where you can see rolling waves of stone go on for miles in every direction.

Bradley House Museum

One block south of Jasper Square is the Bradley House Museum. This Victorian house was once owned by a local doctor and has been preserved by the Newton County Historical Society. The museum has several educational exhibits, with artifacts highlighting the history and lives of people who have called Jasper home.

Koen Experimental Forest

Two miles north of Jasper is the Henry R. Koen Experimental Forest, which was developed in the 1950s for researchers to gain insight into the sustainability of the local environment. It is also home to a wheelchair-accessible hike, over 800 acres of forest, and 34 species of trees and plants.

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