White Rock Mountain Cabins & Group Lodge

Sweeping mountain views with green trees and blue sky.
Hiking at White Rock Mountain is perfect anytime of year. ...
Flowing waterfall surrounded by green vegetation.
Numerous falls are easily accessible from White Rock Mountain....
Large rustic stone cabin with trees.
Grab your friends and come stay at The Lodge!...
Sunset view in the fall of the mountains and valleys below.
Take a hike and experience 360 degree views from White Rock Rim Trail....
Primitive camp site with picnic table set in the forest.
Campsites offer a true outdoor experience....
Rustic building with signs and fall landscaping.
The General Store offers coffee, ice cream, snacks, souvenirs, and more. ...
Australian Shepherd dog posing for a photo in front of a mountain sunset.
Your furry friends are welcome at White Rock Mountain....
Man and woman watching the sunset behind the mountains from a rocky outcrop.
Get away from it all. Seclusion and breathtaking views await you....
Fall sunset view of the valley and mountains.
Take in the view from our mountain. Where every sunset is spectacular....

What to know

White Rock Mountain is 2,309 feet above sea level and received its name from the appearance of the lichen on the sheer bluffs that appear white from a distance. Guests at White Rock can enjoy incredible scenic views from the lodge, cabins, campground, and surrounding bluffs.

The Lodge and Cabins at White Rock Mountain feature handcrafted architecture and fully furnished interiors. Each cabin is wonderfully unique and accommodates from 1 to 16 guests. Choose your cabin, grab your pillows and blankets, some great food to grill, and get ready for some fun!

White Rock Mountain also offers 9 primitive family campsites. These easily accessible shaded campsites include tents pads, fire rings, grills, picnic tables, two water sources, parking at each site, and clean vault toilets. Small RV’s or pop-up campers can be accommodated at a few sites.

White Rock Mountain is perfect for outdoor adventure and is the hub of several National Forest hiking trail systems including the 2 mile Rim Trail loop around the top of the mountain, the 17 mile Shores Lake loop trail, and the renowned Ozark Highlands Trail. Other recreational activities include fishing and boating at Shores Lake, white water rafting or canoeing on the National Scenic Mulberry River, National Forest ATV trails, waterfall trails, fishing, game viewing or hunting, and MUCH more.

Be sure to stop in at the General Store for a cup of coffee, ice cream, souvenir, snack, and much more! Visit our website for more information.


21923 Bowles Gap Rd
Winslow, AR 72959
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