This place should be a must stop for all water enthusiasts. Very talkative hosts, great turkey sandwich! The Mulberry River is also something to see: turquoise water, cold and clear. Very busy on the weekends.
We stayed here last night and we very pleased with our stay. Unfortunately, the Mulberry river was very low so we were not able to take advantage of any the water activities offered here (which is why we chose to stay here). However, the cabin itself was quiet, quaint, and very cute. A vast array of stars to be seen at night and the sounds of nature were a symphony to our ears. The owner and his wife live nearby and are great people. We would definitely recommend and would book in the future!
My husband and I stayed at the Turner Bend Cabin and had a wonderful evening. The cabin is nicely appointed with kitchen utensils, linens, tv, books and games and situated on a beautiful riverfront location. A quick walk to the river to view the beautiful setting is easily accomplished and finish your day watching the sunset from the outdoor cabin deck.
It was a nice cabin, It looked super cute on the outside. It is right at the canoe landing. We stayed in February and it was very quiet. If you are wanting to be where the action is in the summer I bet this the place to stay.... It did not have a DVD player and only one 19 inch tv so on a cold misting winter day to stay inside was kinda a minus but in the summer I guess you would not need a tv,,, The queen bed in the master bedroom was very comfortable! Could of used a little more "cabin" touches but we enjoyed the 2 night stay.. We will visit the area again..
Nice 2 bedroom cabin with porch and porch chairs. Overlooks the canoe staging area so could be hectic busier times of year. Was rainy and quite and enjoyed sitting on porch watching it rain. Nothing fancy but very comfortable.