A Wonderful Get Away Wonderful Retreat! Excellent!!!!!!!!!
A Wonderful Get Away

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Guest: RememberWhen

Enjoy canoeing, boating, fishing and swimming on Greers Ferry Lake and the Middle Fork of the Little Red River. There are so many fun things to do! We will return as soon as possible!

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Wonderful Retreat!

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Guest: Jeffery

MORE than we expected. The cabin was well furnished, immaculate and warm. We loved the views!!!!!!! The wood burning fireplace, hot tub, the comforts made us feel like we were truly in a special place.

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Excellent!!!!!!!!!

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Guest: Fishing Okies

If there would have been 10 stars we would have rated our stay a 10!!!! We stayed at the cabin for our 2nd anniversary trip. The cabin is sooo secluded we absolutely felt like we had the world to ourselves.

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What a getaway!

wifiHub’s Hideaway is just what you’re looking for to get away from it all without sacrificing comfort and convenience. Hub’s is tucked away on a wooded hillside of old-growth forest with an open view of the serene Little Red River as it flows into Greers Ferry Lake. A variety of activities are at your disposal—fishing, boating, hiking, swimming, enjoying a wood fire, watching satellite TV, relaxing in the hot tub, sleeping in a large bed, and living in a charming cabin are all part of the deal at Hub’s. With only the sounds of nature surrounding you, you have finally found the place of your dreams. There are plenty of things to do in the surrounding area, or you can just curl up by the fire and soak in the peacefulness. Our hope is that you will find what you are looking for, and that your first visit to Hub’s will not be your last.

Hub’s Hideaway is named after our grandfather, Herbert Feeler. Known by everyone as Hub, he worked hard his whole life on the family farm in the Ozarks. Hub enjoyed hunting and fishing, and he relished the times when he could get away for a little while to fish on the river—many times spending the night on the river bank, running his trotlines and yoyo’s. We’d like to think he would have enjoyed having a place like our cabin to come to.