Missouri is one of the few American states that inherited its name from Native Tribes. The Missouris were Sioux Indians, among the first group of people that made contact with the Europeans when they arrived. Located at the heart of the United States, the state has great tourist destinations all year round. Its wildlife consists of American bison, the heaviest mammal in North America. Other endangered animals include bobcats, mountain lions, gray wolves, and black bears. A great way to spot some of these animals is through a tour or holiday. Here are 8 cabin rentals to consider when visiting Missouri.

8 Jonesburg Garden Cabins

Visitors searching for cozy and adventurous cabins will not go wrong with one of the options offered at Jonesburg Garden Cabins. In the classic fashion of a cabin, this is a one-room space furnished, heated, and air-conditioned. It has a full-size bed and several bunk beds. It's an excellent choice for a couple that wants to spend some private time together. The porch is one of the best parts of the cabin setup since there's a swing, picnic table, parking space, grill, and a fire ring.

  • Location: 15 Highway E, Jonesburg, MO 63351, United States
  • Cost: From $56 per night
  • Open: 8am-10pm

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7 Big Cedar Lodge, Ridgedale

Couples looking for a budget-friendly vacation will enjoy their stay here. It has rough-hewn log cabins perfect for adventurous guests. Visitors who want to soak in the ambiance of the woods can opt for a cabin tucked deeper into the forest. There are several more facilities along the lakeside. The cool thing is that all cabins at Big Cedar are located a walking distance of the lodge and dining facilities.

  • Location: 190 Top of the Rock Road Ridgedale, Missouri 65739
  • Cost: From $30 per night
  • Open: 9am-10pm

6 Stockton Lake Cabins At Stockton

Stockton is a quiet and relaxing town in Missouri. Its tranquility extends to the cabins on the edges of Stockton Lake. Fully furnished with modern accessories and services, they are perfect for couples looking for a romantic getaway. Visitors will enjoy key amenities such as kitchen appliances, an electric fireplace, washers, dryers, a charcoal grill, silverware, heated towels, and Dish Network. Also, the cabins have an outdoor fireplace suitable for visitors who want to kick back deep into the night as they reflect on their lives. Unlike other tourist getaways, Stockton allows its visitors to bring pets.

  • Location: 706 E Oak St, Stockton, MO 65785, United States
  • Cost: From $100 per night
  • Open: 8am-6pm

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5 The Branson Vacation Cabins

These rentals are located along Table Lock Lake, one of Missouri's most popular tourist sites. The flat-lying planes provide the perfect setting for older visitors that want to relax on the porch overlooking the water mass. The rooms are well-furnished for an extended stay. Apart from the lake, visitors will also have an opportunity to explore additional sites, including the Buffalo River, Eureka Springs, and Dogwood Canyon.

  • Location: 1440 Missouri Highway, State Hwy 248 Q504, Branson, MO 65616
  • Cost: From $86 per night
  • Open: 9am-9pm

4 Cross Creek Cabins At Lake Ozark

The Cross Creek near Lake Ozark is a great getaway with almost a dozen cabins for visitors. What's even better is that they are all designed uniquely. Five of the cabins are tree houses, while four have lodging facilities. There's also the Survivor Island rental, bringing the total number of facilities to ten. Some cool activities that visitors will enjoy at Cross Creek include a mini-golf, pedal boating, shuffleboard, a fishing lake, and basketball horseshoes. The cabins also have Wi-Fi despite being deep in the woods.

  • Location: 287 Over The Hill Lane, 25411 Berkeley Springs, WV, US
  • Cost: From $80 per night
  • Open: 9am-10pm

3 Paradise Lake Cabins

Visitors interested in a cabin holiday at Lone Jack will find the perfect site at Paradise Lake. With 16 unique cabins to choose from, visitors will enjoy their stay at the getaway since all structures have unique features. For example, the A-Frame has a capacity of 12 guests, making it a great option for camping groups. The cabins have all the modern features tourists expect, including an equipped kitchen, bathroom, shower, television, and Wi-Fi. The rooms are air-conditioned and have microwaves and mini-fridges for maximum comfort. The bunk beds match the overall outdoors theme, making Paradise Lake Cabin a great choice for visitors from the city.

  • Cost: From $60 per night
  • Open: 8am-4pm

2 Cedar Ridge Cabins

Cedar Ridge presents visitors with small but luxurious cabins with a 1940s vibe and charm. Despite the external appearance, they have all the modern amenities tourists need. The location of Cedar Ridge is strategic for visitors who want to make the most out of their visit. There are many attractions around, including the Platte River, which is popular for boating and fishing. Visitors will enjoy great outdoor features such as a deck, umbrella, coffee table, and Wi-Fi. The interior is furnished with a Queen bed, kitchenware, and fireplaces. Lastly, there's a grilling setup for visitors that want to prepare a barbecue.

  • Location: 11481 Main St, Honor, MI 49640, US
  • Cost: From $249 per night
  • Open: 8am-11pm

1 Poco Risco Lakefront Log Homes

The Lake of the Ozarks is one of the most attractive destinations for tourists looking for a cabin set up for a night or two. The Poco Risco has three bedrooms fully furnished with modern furniture and services. Two hot baths serve the guests during their stay at the facility. Conveniently located on a lake, visitors will have fun boating, fishing, and taking photos. The cabin is only an hour's drive from Miner Mike's Adventure Town, where the visitors can enjoy an outlet mall and golf.

  • Location: 145 Poco Risco Ct Roach, MO 65787
  • Cost: From $259 per night
  • Open: Always open