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Cabin in Mountain View
Little Fox Cottage ~ Rustic Modern Retreat for 2 w
Little Fox Cottage is a newly renovated small rustic modern retreat for two tucked in the trees, and one of four properties on 17 acres overlooking the White River. This Cottage sleeps two in one bedroom with a queen bed, full bath with stand up shower, and kitchen stocked with all the basics. The Living Room has a loveseat and dining area for two with a smart tv that is logged into Netflix. The covered porch wraps two sides of the Cottage and offers a view of the White River in Summer and mo
$131 per night
Home in Mountain View
#44 Pinewood Happy Hollow
What We Love About This PROPERTY: One block from Historic Town square where you can likely hear the people gathered playing folk music on most temperate nights. Equipped with gas logs, jetted tub, and blazing fast rural wifi 40Mbp (this cabin has higher speed than our #45 next door). Paved all the way. Imagine studio cabin with a private bath - easy in, easy out. Easy around the area. Right next door is our #45 Pinewood Wilderness Way Cabin (bring your friends, yet keep your privacy).
$111 per night
Cabin in Mountain View
Homestead cabin on the hill
Come enjoy the beauty of the Ozarks at the Homestead cabin on the hill. Situated on 5 acres of beautiful ozark countryside. Relax by the fire while you watch a movie on the cabin’s outdoor projection screen. This cabin is not lacking in views either from the stary night sky to the sunset on the mountain you will surely want to take plenty of pictures. Only a 10 minute drive from the town square this cabin will give you a country setting with the convenience of being close to town.
$82 per night

Stay near Mountain View's top sights

P J's Rainbow Cafe13 locals recommend
Wing Shack-Cheeseburger Grill4 locals recommend
Mi Pueblito 4 Mountain View5 locals recommend
Tommy's Famous A Pizzeria14 locals recommend
The Skillet Restaurant3 locals recommend
Stone Drive-In Theatre5 locals recommend

Cabin rentals in Mountain View

Cabin in Mountain View
The Back Porch ~ Modern A-Frame with a View
$184 per night
Cabin in Mountain View
Mountain View Hideaway w/ Outdoor Fireplace!
$188 per night
Cabin in Mountain View
Black Sheep Cabin ~ With Optional Casita
$151 per night
Cabin in Mountain View
Cottage at the Creek ~ On S. Sylamore
$146 per night

Your guide to Mountain View

All About Mountain View

The sound of Ozark folk music rings through Mountain View, Arkansas, where music-pickin’ sessions in neighbors’ yards have long been a Saturday night tradition, and now are regular occurrences in the town square from mid-April through the end of November. So it makes sense that the Arkansas Folk Festival was founded here in the 1960s and that one of the Ozark Folk Center’s main goals is to preserve the local mountain music history. The downtown area is filled with music stores, but also has art galleries, antique shops, and restaurants.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Mountain View

As with much of the Ozarks region, summers in Mountain View can get hot and humid, with highs in the 80s and 90s Fahrenheit and lows in the 60s and 70s. The muggiest time of year is from mid-May through September, with the most humid days in the middle of July. The springs and summers offer some relief, with highs in the 50s to 80s and lows in the 30s to 60s, but they’re also the rainier times of year, with peak rainfall in April and November. Humidity is a forgotten thought by the time winter rolls around, and temperatures are typically in the 30s to low 50s.

Top things to do in Mountain View

Ozark Folk Center State Park

The Ozark lifestyle comes to life in this living history museum. The main attraction here is experiencing performances of trademark Ozark Mountain music, played on banjos, guitars, fiddles, mandolins, and autoharp. You can also explore the Heritage Herb Garden, where the blooms include native, edible, and medicinal plants. Or head to Craft Village, where, on select days, about 20 artisans sell products including stained glass, copper jewelry, soap, and candles, all made right here in the park.

Blanchard Springs Recreation Area

Located in the Ozark-St. Francis National Forests, the highlight of the area is the walk along the paved trail to the Blanchard Springs waterfalls. Other outdoor activities include fishing for rainbow trout in Mirror Lake, swimming in North Sylamore Creek, and mountain biking on the Syllamo Mountain Bike Trail. Also nearby is the Blanchard Springs Caverns, which offers tours through its underground wonders, including a cathedral room that’s bigger than three football fields.

City Park Stone Amphitheater

Inside the City Park across from the walking track on West Webb Street is an impressive amphitheater built in the late 1960s. Trails spiral out from the landmark, including a creekside walk to the Ozark Folk Center.

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