Caddo River Ranch
A great place to relax and enjoy nature.
We’re sure you’re overdue a trip to the Ouachita National Forest . So let’s start planning your retreat.
We’re located between Mt. Ida and Glenwood, Arkansas. We have six cabins located on the Caddo River. Any season is a great time to visit the Caddo River Ranch Cabins, Inc. The landscape is stunning anytime of year. All cabins have a great view of the river. Each cabin has a covered porch for your enjoyment rain or shine.
We offer you a choice of six clean and well appointed cabins, which will surely accommodate your family, friends and/or groups. Each cabin is equipped with h/a window unit, shower, linens, coffee maker, microwave, stove, refrigerator, direct tv, fire ring, charcoal grill. Our “Sweet Dreams” cabin offers an optional full RV hookup for those who wish to travel together. Bring your own personal toiletries, food and drinks.
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Caddo Gap Activities
On our 100 acre ranch, you can keep busy fishing, hiking, bird watching, and playing tetherball, volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, and more. Or just relax and enjoy your surroundings. If you want more to do, many activities are available within a short distance.
Paddle The Caddo River
This typical pool and drop river is gentle enough for novice paddlers to learn on yet with enough class I and II rapids along the way to keep it exciting.
Wegner Crystal Mines
Enjoy a full day of adventure filled activities. By the end of the day, you’ll have collected lots of Quartz Crystals in addition to many more gemstones.
Little Missouri Falls
This beautiful area and cascade is located deep within the Ouachita National Forest, and is definitely worth the trip.
Crater of Diamonds
One of the only places in the world where the public can search for real diamonds in their original volcanic source.
Mt. Ida, AR
The town has a thriving arts community, restaurants and businesses and family owned rock shops line the highways.
Glenwood is near many recreational outlets such as the Caddo River and the Ouachita National Forest near three major lakes.