Hardy Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 6)
Built on the campus of Old Camp Miramichee, my charming but simple, newly renovated, air conditioned three bedroom, one bath cabin has a full bath, a fully equipped kitchen, and sleeping space for 6 in three full sized beds. Nearby, within a 3 minute walk, is the Southfork of the Spring River just down from Low Water Bridge. Campers from Old Camp Miramichee are all too familiar with the early morning swims in the refreshing waters of the Spring River. If you love canoeing, the Southfork and the Spring River with its Class II, Class III rapids, s-curve shoots, and some three foot falls is the place to be. A Canoe trip on the Southfork or on the Spring River itself provides a great escape into nature and an exciting ride. All you anglers, the Spring River is noted for its plenteous rainbow trout! Nothing like fresh fish for supper! You would rather play golf or tennis? Those venues are close by. Are antiques your weakness? Hardy is your bit of heaven as antique stores abound in the Old Hardy Town. And talk about food? Try Biggers Bluff, Carol's Lakeview Restaurant, Meacham's, Down Home Country Cooking Restaurant. Words and Afterwards, and the new Mongolian restaurant. Don't miss the Hardy Malt Shoppe or Naleen's Candy Shoppe---It's Good!
Lest you think that Hardy is way off the beaten track, please realize that creature comforts are also available... some of these are.. McDonalds, Sonic Drive In, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and Kentucky Fried and lest I forget.. there is a Wal-Mart Super Center too! There's lots of places to go, things to do and see.. and also the ability to just sit, relax and just be! Enjoy swimming, fishing, canoeing/kayaking or a leisure float trip in the Spring River or the Southfork of the Spring River! Come to Hardy, come to the Ozarks; Come relax in my cabin!
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
AS I child, I spent 5 summers attending camp here, and the memories that linger are most precious.
I come to Hardy to get away from the rat race of everyday life. To relax and just be...which takes many forms including a Canoe trip on the River, sitting by the river and enjoying the serenity and quiet, reading a book or taking a refreshing swim. I have friends who love to fish in the River and generally come home with supper. Going to Old Hardy Town is always a highlight and no visit to Hardy is complete without a visit to the Malt Shoppe or Naleens. Carol's Lakeside has great food and plenteous desserts even for those who are on sugar restricted diets.