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The Cabin ❤️ at Black River View

Entire cabin hosted by Jeff
12 guests3 bedrooms9 beds2 baths
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You’ll have the cabin to yourself.
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Come experience total seclusion listening to the rapids of the Black River below 37 acres in the heart of the Ozark Mountains. If you like bonfires at night and having the place to yourself including plenty of side by side trails and a gun range to enjoy, you’ve found your place to get away. Overlooking the Black River and in site of the highest elevation point in Missouri this newly built in 2016 state of the art cabin has everything you need to entertain your family and friends.

The space
Come enjoy ATV trails, beautiful scenery, and a chance to bag a big buck!!
Total seclusion deep in the forest with no neighbors. You overlook the crystal clear Black River. Only an 8 minute drive with a four wheel drive vehicle to river's edge. Walk to the river in 15 minutes. Internet, Direct TV, Ice machine, dishwasher, new fridge, oven, washer and dryer, Firepit, large fireplace,gas grill, generous porch, outdoor shower, hunting land with food plots, sleeping loft for kids, horseback riding nearby, bowfishing outfitter across the river, gun range, blackberry picking, mushroom hunting, walking trails abundant throughout area, mountain biking paths, atv trails are numerous, innertube, fishing equipment, golf clubs, paddle boat, and kayak rental available. There is a two seater outhouse with an great view of a mountain holler.

History of The Cabin @ Black River View

On the property used to sit a small red cabin. That cabin was built by my father Glen Pickering (his veteran burial flag is on the shelf by the picture of the cabin inside) and his best friend Don Healey with hand tools and no electricity in 1969 on top of the hill near the corner of the pipe fence. Our families grew up coming to the 742 square foot cabin. After my father passed, I along with a friend of mine bought the cabin from my Mom and Mr. Healey. We began improving it. Tragically, the cabin burned down in 2012. The only remaining item is the lantern that sits bedside in the master bedroom. The bar pendant lights are an homage to the old cabin as that is the only light we had.

In its’ place sits the 1,739 square foot cabin that you rented. The tongue and groove that you see on the wall is Northern White Pine from Maine. The stairs and railings are made from Short Leaf Pine that is the only native Pine to the Ozarks and that you see lining the view to the River. All cabinets and vanities are made from hickory that you find in these woods as well. The dining room chandelier is symbolic of the railroad ties that have been made in the nearby sawmills for over 100 years and the rain chains are former logging chains from the area. Another product made in these hills are represented by the light fixtures throughout the house. The master bed frame is made of Idaho Lodgepole Pine. The wood slices on the bar are similar to a bar in Glen Carbon Illinois owned by my Nephew Justin Pickering appropriately named The Cabin. The wood from the slices come from Mesquite, Ponderosa Pine from Arizona, Hickory, Cedar and Oak trees. The fireplace mantle is from Alligator Juniper wood and came from the Rodeo Chediski fire, the second largest wildfire in Arizona history. The deer above the mantle is named Roman.

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed, 2 single beds, 1 air mattress
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed, 1 single bed, 1 air mattress
Bedroom 3
2 double beds, 1 single bed, 1 sofa bed


Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable
Air conditioning

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Redford, Missouri, United States

The cabin sits on a bluff overlooking the Black River. This is a remote cabin, deep in the woods with no neighbors. Area amenities include:
• Horseback riding: Black River Traditions
• Johnson Shut-Ins state park
• Elephant Rock state park
• Clearwater Lake near Piedmont
• Fort Davidson – site of Civil War battle in Ironton
• Sam A. Baker State park
• Jeff’s Canoe Rental
• Xstream Bowfishing
• Jet Boat Excursions down the Black River

The forest surrounding the cabin is adjacent to the Mark Twain National Forest. An abundance of large game are in the area including Whitetail Deer, Bobcat, Wild Turkey, Feral Hogs, Brown Bear, Bullfrogs, Coyotes and some say Mountain Lions. Elk are being introduced back into Missouri forest only about 30 miles from the Cabin in Ellington. Armadillos are quite common as well. Raccoons will certainly arrive if any food or drink is left outside.

The Black River hosts numerous fish with the most popular being Small Mouth Bass. Large Mouth Bass, Rock Bass, Channel Catfish, Flathead Catfish, Sucker, Sunfish, Bluegill, and Perch are all common.

Hosted by Jeff

Joined in July 2019
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  • Tim
During your stay
Property manager Jeff Ayers lives just a few minutes away, so any needs are quickly met.
Jeff is a Superhost
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House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
No smoking
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $500
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