The Spaceinclude a full kitchen, a roomy living room with wood-burning fireplace, a full bathroom, a loft bedroom, a large screened porch facing the river, and an open side deck also facing the river. The White River Tree House is all electric with heat and air conditioning. All rooms have ceiling fans.
Outside you can enjoy an evening fire in the campfire pit. And if you want to bank or wade fish the water is only 20 feet away. There's room to park a couple of John boat trailers in the drive.
The living room has a true wood-burning riverstone fireplace (firewood is available). Furniture includes a queen sleeper sofa, large over-stuffed chair and ottoman, a four place dinette set, and a 37-inch flat screen LCD TV with DVD player and 60 channels of satellite TV including ESPN channels. The hickory floors and white pine log walls create a warm, solid, cozy atmosphere.
The kitchen is completely self-contained. You'll be able to prepare some fabulous meals should you want to cook. There's a modern full size refrigerator with separate freezer top, a full size four burner electric range with oven, a full size microwave oven, granite countertop space, cabinets and cupboards for storing your foods, cookware, tableware for four, cooking utensils, 12 cup drip coffee maker, 2 slice toaster with wide slots, full size single stainless sink, dishwasher, and a hardwood butcher block with knife set. Dish and hand towels are included. Grocery stores are 10 minutes away if you want to stock up.
Sleeping arrangements accommodate up to four adults. The loft bedroom furnishings include an Old Hickory queen bed and headboard, chairs, and a clothes bar. The queen sleeper sofa in the living room sleeps two adults.
Furnishings are modern, clean, and in excellent condition. Central electric heat and air conditioning, and two ceiling fans provide quiet environmental comfort. You'll find several little things that make your stay convenient. All bed linens, bath towels, and dish towels are provided.
The full bathroom has a shower tub so you can take a leisurely bath or shower. The sink base was made from a tree stump and the top is made of copper. All bath towels and wash clothes are provided.
The front deck, the screened porch, and the patio give you 3 spots to choose from for enjoying outdoor relaxation. The 8' X 20' deck accessed from the kitchen has a view of the river. Comfortable deck furniture lets you truly relax. Automatic outside lighting provides illumination after sunset.
The screened porch has a panoramic view of the White River. It also has a ceiling fan, a 4-place game table, and a swing. This screened porch has 2 entrances, one from the front deck, the other from the living room.
And last but not least, in the yard is a rock patio with a stone fire pit and a great view of the White River. Sit on comfortable outdoor furniture chatting about the big one that got away. Or tell ghost stories while roasting hot dogs, marshmallows, and smores. Fire up tasty steaks and burgers on the BBQ grill. Any way you use it, the yard is a great spot for sitting in front of a toasty fire on a cool evening. Guest AccessWhen you rent this gorgeous little get away it's all yours for your stay!
You can fish right out your door or walk under the treehouse and go 30 yards upriver, Lots of trout. Or we keep a path cleared about 40 yards downstream from the treehouse for trout fishing access also. Interaction with GuestsWe will meet you and get you checked in!
We are always just a phone call away anytime The NeighborhoodOur TreeHouse is located in Allison, AR on the White River. Fishing access ramps, restaurants, shopping, and several other area attractions are all within a few minutes drive.This brand new home (completed spring of 2008) has all new modern appliances and furnishings.
The town of Mountain View Arkansas is only 10 minute drive away. Mountain View is a quaint little tourist town that is known as the "Folk Music Capitol". The downtown Mountain View hosts many festivals through out the year as well as music & square dancing on the courtsquare.
The Ozark Folk Center is a marvelous place to visit and see it's assortment of some 20 live pioneer craft activities, dining, blue grass music theater, and gift shop. Blanchard Springs Caverns, 15 minutes away, offers much more than just two spectacular guided cave tours. You can also see waterfalls and a little Ozark Mountain lake made by the dam of an old historic grist mill. Blanchard is as beautiful above ground as it is in the caverns. The town of Mountain View as well as the Ozark Folk Center hold a wide assortment of several festivals each year.
The river is 20 feet from the White River Tree House so you never have to leave the property to fish. In addition to trout you can also catch small and largemouth bass in this section of the White River. Fish from the bank, wade fish, rent a boat, or take a guided trout fishing trip. It's all here.
Five minutes away by car you can rent a john boat or take a guided fishing trip. The area's most complete tackle and bait store (they sell fishing licenses) is also only five minutes away, as are two public launch ramps, one of which has a cement ramp and paved trailer parking. You can put in at several upstream river access points and float fish back to the Tree House.
Area Amenities & Attractions
Though the Tree House is in a secluded location it is only 10 minutes from downtown Mountain View where you'll find dining, shopping, and attractions. Within 5 minutes by either car or boat are two full service riverside restaurants. The Ozark Folk Center is less than 10 minutes away. Horseback riding, fishing guides, and boat rentals are also close by. Hunting for deer, bear, and wild hogs, as well as a free public outdoor shooting range, are 10 minutes away in the 130,000 acre Sylamore ranger District of the Ozark National Forest.
Few areas in the Ozarks offer as many outdoor recreation opportunities. Within a 5 to 15 minute drive you can go horseback riding, explore well marked public trails where you'll hike along streams, bluffs, and see deep Ozark rock canyons. Drive maintained back roads, or even explore old logging roads on foot to spot wildlife, wildflowers, and other nature photography opportunities - all on public property. Hunt for black bear, whitetail, turkey, and wild hogs in the 130,000 acre Sylamore Ranger District of the Ozark National Forest. Bike along some 50 miles of well groomed marked stacked loop mountain bike trails at the Syllamo Mountain Bike Trail. For a truly unique experience take your children swimming at the Sylamore Creek life guard protected beach at Blanchard Springs Caverns. You can play 18 holes of golf at the Pine Hill Golf Course in nearby Mountain View.
The White River Tree House is open year around. While summer is the most popular season for visiting our area, there are numerous advantages to a spring and fall visits. There are fewer people and both spring and fall weather are exceptionally beautiful. In the spring the flora is much greener as it has yet to suffer from the heat and drought of summer. Fall foliage lasts almost a month in the Ozarks so you'll enjoy a lot of color in cool fall weather. Fishing is better in the cooler spring and fall months as well. In October there are several area festivals taking advantage of the colorful cool fall weather.
With the exception of a few cold snaps in January and February, daytime temperatures are above freezing and are frequently well into the 50's. Winter is a great time to explore the Ozarks as you see more of the karst geology landforms the Ozarks are famous for. Fishing is also excellent in winter. Several hunting seasons offer a chance to bag black bear, whitetail, and wild hog. Just 10 minutes up the road are 130,000 acres of public hunting grounds in the Sylamore District of the Ozark National Forest.
Ozark springs are beautiful and the fishing is really at its best this time of year. Early spring starts about the first week of March. Wildflowers begin blooming, songbirds are singing as are spring peepers. Trees are fully leafed out by April 15. Redbud trees bloom from mid March through early April. Dogwoods begin their bloom from late March through mid April. Spring is also wild turkey season, and wild turkey are plentiful in this area.
Summer begins by mid May and lasts through mid September. Daytime temperatures are well into the 80's and 90's by mid June. July and August are the hottest months with several days over 100 degrees being typical in August. This is the time of year most tourists are on the lake or river to stay cool. The White River shoreline air temperature tends to be about 10 degrees cooler than surrounding air temperatures. In addition water evaporates off the river surface further enhancing its cooling effect. The White River Tree House is close enough to the river to benefit from what we call Nature's Air Conditioner.
Fall temperatures begin by the first week or so of October. Fall foliage begins in mid October. Ozark foliage tends to peak in our area about the first week of November with leaves off the trees by mid November. Other Things to NoteNightly pricing includes 9% Arkansas tax.
During cold weather firewood is supplies and fire starting material as well as helpful fire place hints.