Parkers Hideaway On The River
736 Cr 214
Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72631
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We are Scott and Cassie Parker. We want to welcome you to our little piece of heaven. Situated on about 7 acres with over 600’ of river frontage on the White River, we found our place by chance when we were looking for a weekend get away because of our love to fish. We ended up changing our lives. We know that you will love the peaceful surroundings and the cozy cabins as much as we do. We look forward to meeting y’all and making your experience here a great one!
Fully equipped luxury cabins on the White River minutes from Eureka Springs and Beaver Lake. Come and relax in our little piece of heaven, on the famous White River in the beautiful Ozark Mountains. Located next to Beaver Lake, Table Rock Lake and about 8 miles outside of Eureka Springs makes Parker's Hideaway the perfect place for the angler, yet close enough to town for your shopping and entertainment.
The White River
From the Boston Mountains, in northwestern Arkansas and flowing northward, the White River is deeply entrenched in narrow gorges. Because the water is cold and clear, the White River provides a great canoe trip, and internationally known for producing world-record trout.
The headwaters of the White are similar to the beginning stretches of other Ozark streams — fast and furious in the wet months, and comparatively calm the rest of the year. Here you’ll find a series of pools and shoals with overhanging trees, tight turns and gravel bottoms amid bluffs, forests and quiet pastures. As its journey continues, the tailwaters then become rewarding cold waters for trout fishing below Beaver Dam. Scenery is popular here too with picturesque bluffs and thin layers of fog suspended delicately above the stream each morning around sunrise. There are numerous access points to the river provided by state and federal agencies and private resort owners.
Fishing: The White River, with its assortment of trout, bass (smallmouth, largemouth, rock and Kentucky), walleye, and sunfish, should satisfy nearly any angler. Spinnerbaits, crawfish imitators, and skirted jigs (with pork tails) are recommended, along with minnows, crawfish, and other natural baits. Flyfishing is extremely popular on the White during low water periods, but most anglers opt for the standard White River rig — a 16 to 20-foot johnboat equipped with a 10-20 horsepower motor. The Game and Fish Commission stocks hundreds of thousands of rainbows in the White annually, and more than 90 percent of them are caught each year by anglers who come here from all corners of the globe.
A visit to Eureka Springs is like taking a step back in time. 19th Century Victorian architecture graces the winding mountain streets of the downtown historic district, an area so unique the entire downtown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Known as America’s Little Switzerland, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is an elegant little town nestled snugly in the hills of the Ozark Mountains.
Eureka Springs is listed as one of America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
We are located on the tail waters of Beaver Lake. A must see destination high in the Ozark Mountains with almost 500 miles of shoreline & rising limestone bluffs. Beaver Lake is nestled high in the Ozark Mountains and is the birthplace of the White River.
Taking advantage of the natural scenic beauty, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has constructed a variety of recreational facilities, they include– picnic sites, swimming beaches, hiking trails, boat launching ramps, group picnic shelters and amphitheaters — are also available in the parks. Beaver Lake offers a world of recreational opportunities. Marinas and outfitters are plentiful.
Beaver Lake Offers smallmouth bass fishing, largemouth bass fishing, and striper bass fishing, not to mention plentiful supplies of crappie, bream, white bass, channel and spoonbill catfish.