|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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An authentic log cabin overlooking the Central Crossings Bridge on Table Rock Lake. Perched on a high bluff overlooking the White River, this cabin was built in 1934. Prior to the formation of Table Rock Lake, the logs were floated down the River and brought up the bluff. The fireplace rock came from the banks of the White River. I am proud to own this little part of Shell Knob history, and share it with my guests.
The Cabin has two newly remodeled bedrooms, one with a queen size bed and one with a full size bed; plus a queen size bed on a sleeping porch facing the lake. Full kitchen with dishes, cookware, small appliances and utensils. Coffee supplies provided, as well as linens and paper products.
This property offers direct access to the beautiful and clear waters of Table Rock Lake. There is a private boat dock available for our guests pleasure that features a boat lift and also has a large swim deck attached for hours of fun in the sun. Pet Friendly. Free WiFi. Open Year Round.
Thank You for taking time to check out my property. My name is Sharon Caddell; the proud owner of the Green Cocoon Lakefront Cabins located on Table Rock Lake in Shell Knob, Missouri. A native of Kansas City, I grew up coming to Table Rock Lake for family vacations and fell in love with the Ozarks. After 25+ years as Business Manager for a large architectural firm, I chose the quiet lifestyle of living, working and playing on Table Rock Lake. The best part of offering my cabins to guests, is sharing this special place with others.
Sharon Caddell purchased this cabin in 1987
Come fall in love with the rustic log cabin where history abounds. Our quaint neighborhood of High Dive was platted and established in the early 1930's as a cabin fishing retreat. Over the years, all the other log cabins burnt down. A little bit of history combined with access to Table Rock Lake makes this a fun spot to spend time ... rest, relax, and renew at the Green Cocoon.
The logs, the rocks, the bluffs, the outdoor shower, the stone fireplace, the private boat dock, the screened-in porch with views of Table Rock Lake ... what's not to love about this place.
our experience at this lovely cabin exceeded our expectations. Mrs. Cadell's 100 year old cabin has amenities like central heat and air but hasn't lost it's rustic charm. The cabin is built in a rectangle with a spacious living room combined with a kitchen and dining room. The bathroom is off the main area as are the two small bedrooms. Of course, the walls are exposed logs and the old fireplace is stone. There is a comfy couch and oversized chair in the living room. There is a TV with cable and a DVD player. The Internet is spotty. The bathroom has a tub with a hand held shower. The second shower requires a short trip outside across the side deck. Don't let this dissuade you. It's almost "spa like". It is a small room built beneath the cabin. The owner has thought out and provided everything we needed in the kitchen - full sized fridge, oven, microwave, cooking and eating utensils.
The view from the back screened porch feels like you are in a tree house since it's elevated and gives you peeks of the lake below and the bridge beyond. We enjoyed sipping wine in the rocking chair and wicker love seat and relaxing away our time. There's also a small wooden table where we enjoyed breakfasts. The porch runs the full length of the cabin with a sleeping area at one end. The weather was unusually cool and a fan is provided so one member of our crew took full advantage of the sleeping porch every night of our stay.
The private dock is accessible for the sure footed down a path to the water. We fished without much luck but boaters in the area faired better. Some were even scuba diving under the bridge.
You will need to travel beyond the community of Shell Knob for most restaurants and activities but they are all just a short drive away. We sailed on Table Rock in a catamaran, tram toured Dogwood Canyon and dined aboard a vintage train in Eureka Springs.
The cabin owner, Sharon Cadell, is quite helpful and knowledgable about the area. She has appointed the cabin with what you'll need and want during your stay (also, she has a two person cabin next to this one). It is a good value for vacationers and we will recommend it to anyone wanting a good relaxing and fun stay in the Table Rock area.
Table Rock Lake offers boating, water sports, fishing, and endless hours of fun and relaxation. Roaring River State Park, Mark Twain National Forest, Piney Creek Wilderness, Silver Dollar City, Bass Pro, Dogwood Canyon Nature Park all close by. One hour to Springfield, Branson, Rogers & Eureka Springs.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add $20 per night, per additional guest|
|Boat Dock per night||$25 + Tax|
|Pet Fee||$25 + Tax|
Rates are subject to change until reservation is confirmed. For guests that are bringing a boat with them, please be aware that there are special arrangements for boat launching and trailer parking due to steep driveway.