Fishing Getaway with Lodging on Sinking Creek
Our breathtaking 37 Acre farm is located right on the pristine, spring fed waters of Sinking Creek, near Echo Bluff State Park and nestled in the beautiful foothills of the Ozark Mountains. We are in close proximity to thousands of acres of public lands for exploration, including: the Mark Twain National Forest, the Roger Pryor Pioneer Backcountry and the Sunklands.
Our 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home provides every comfort you need, from a master bedroom with king-size bed, soaking tub, separate shower, and two sink vanity to a double bunk-bed room with two double beds and a twin size bed. It is perfect for the kids, grand kids, or larger families or groups. There is also a queen size bed with a flat-screen tv.
You and your family or friends will appreciate the large deck overlooking Sinking Creek, complete with picnic tables and grill.
Wildlife & Fishing
Our property is a haven for all sorts of animals. We have deer, coyote, bobcats, turkey, groundhogs, squirrel, and rabbit. You'll enjoy sitting on the porch, surrounded by the sounds of a bubbling creek, birds, and other wildlife.
Take your pole & tackle down the creek just a bit and you'll find a large swimming hole, just teeming with Smallmouth Bass and a variety of Ozark panfish.
Guided Fishing Trip
If you'd like a more tailored fishing experience, our guests have the ability to experience Jacks Fork or Current River with an experienced, local guide. This is perfect for those who want to "get away on the river where people can't find you for a day."
Our guide, Bill, is authorized within the Ozark National Scenic Riverways and he aims to bring back some of that earlier civility–going down the rivers with a local guide who knows from experience where the fish and the scenic attractions are. He will use either a 19-foot cargo canoe with an optional trolling motor, or a river jet boat for your excursion depending on the section of river. He wants to show you how the locals love these rivers– the natural scenic beauty, historical and cultural significance– and help you catch some fish. He targets smallmouth bass, rainbow trout, goggle eye, walleyes and other species from the cool flowing Current and Jacks Fork rivers in the Missouri Ozarks.
To book this option, select our Guided Fishing Trip at checkout. Your guide can accommodate 1 or 2 anglers and a shore lunch is included with your fee.
1. Current River State Park 5.4 mi
2. Echo Bluff State Park 5.7 mi
3. Round Spring Cave 7.5 mi
4. Akers Ferry 10.6 mi
5. Twin Rocks 11.6 mi
6. Eagle Falls Ranch Zipline Adventures 16.4 mi
7. Powder Mill Cave Natural Area 16.8 mi
8. Alley Spring & Mill 16.8 mi
9. Roy L. Beck Municipal Golf Course 15.8 mi
10. Windy's Canoes, Tubes, Kayaks & Rafts 16 mi
11. Montauk State Park 18.3 mi
12. Mark Twain National Forest 17.2 mi
13. Alley Spring Grist Mill Historic Site 18.2 mi
14. Bo's Hollow 18.1 mi
There is a minimum two night rental stay. We can accommodate up to 7 adults and 2 children. There is also a cleaning fee required.
Guided Fishing Trip on Jacks Fork or Current River (1 Person)
Our property has a rich history in Shannon County, MO. It is next to the Mark Twain National Forest with lots of public land to hunt and fish in addition to our 37 acres. The house is waterfront and on Sinking Creek. We have strong reviews and provide everything you need but food and clothes! Join us for the getaway that you need and deserve.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$207.90 Per Night
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- Waterfront Property
- Large Deck & Patio for Outdoor Entertaining
- King-Size Bed
- Queen-Size Bed
- Double Bunk-Beds
- Full Kitchen with all Amenities
- Water Toys, Chairs & Towels
- Food & Beverages
- Weather Appropriate Clothing
- Hunting Gear
- Cooler with Ice for Harvest
Rules & Guidelines
Must climb stairs
Surveillance or recording devices on property
Dangerous animals on property - Wild Animals