750 sq ft includes kitchen, living room, bathroom, loft, & spiral staircase
There is a LOFT instead of a bedroom... The LOFT is approx 250 sq feet and has a queen size bed and an additional queen size mattress on the floor. Sleeps 4 in the LOFT. The COUCH (sleeper sofa) can sleep 2. (Sheets in the cedar chest.) There is a double blow-up mattress that can sleep 2 and a single blow-up mattress that can sleep 1. (They are in the bathroom closet, also has the blower and sheets included.) Pillows and pillowcases are in a tote in the loft.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
No pets - PETS ARE NOT ALLOWED INSIDE THE CABIN. PETS ARE NOT ALLOWED INSIDE THE CABIN.
Max guests: 6
Minimum age of primary renter:
Mount Magazine State Park is about 30 miles from the cabin. It is the highest point in Arkansas at 2,753 feet. There is a lodge and a very nice restaurant and several cabins that can be rented. There are lots of activities to do. The sight along is well worth the trip.
Petit Jean State Park is about 55 miles from the cabin. it is a 3,471 acre park and is located atop Petit Jean Mountain adjacent to the Arkiansas River. There is a lodge, cabins, and many activities to do there.
Ruth Snow/Bobby Snow
About Ruth Snow/Bobby Snow
Bobby Snow (owner) built the cabin in 2004. He did the majority of the work himself. He even cut the trees for the cabin! He was in the logging business and rock business and has recently retired. Ruth Snow (wife) couldn't help much in the building process, but she sure had fun decorating it! She worked at POM Incorporated in Russellville for 35 years as their Controller. She retired in 2007 and has learned to live life to the fullest! We have two married daughters and seven beautiful grandchildren ranging in ages 6-22. We also have one great-granddaughter who is two years old! We have been blessed with such a wonderful family, and we have had many good times at the cabin. Needless to say, the grandkids love it, and we have made lots of good memories with them.
Ruth Snow/Bobby Snow purchased this Cabin in 2004
Why Ruth Snow/Bobby Snow chose Scranton
When you enter the cabin, you smell a cedar aroma that is absolutely wonderful. Every time we open the door, it still smells as good as it did when the cabin was built in 2004. It is so peaceful staying here. I love to lay out on the hammocks and listen to the birds or read a book. I've taken many naps out on my hammock (while Bobby prefers to nap inside the cabin). Bobby enjoys taking his boat out fishing and I like to walk over to Dubin Park and walk around the park, then walk back to the cabin. It's a good little work-out!
What makes this Cabin unique
Our cabin is truly an AUTHENTIC log cabin! . Bobby cut all the trees himself and had them squared and sawed into 20 ft lengths. He put glue between each log and screwed them together with 8 inch leg screws. The square upper window in the living room is made of 1/4" lexan which will never break. He had another guy help him with the handling of the logs when he built the cabin. He put in all the windows and the kitchen cabinets. We purchased the spiral staircase and had it installed. The best thing about our cabin is the CEDAR SMELL. I can't even describe how good it smells when you walk in.