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$160 per night for 1-2 adults, two or more nights
$20 for each additional guest.
50% deposit to hold cabin
Applicable taxes and fees will apply.
14 day cancellation policy
Check-out time is 11:00 a.m.
Map & Directions
Foggy Hollow Cabin
Every once in a while we all feel the need to stop and recharge ourselves. But in this fast paced world, that’s easier said than done. It sometimes seems almost impossible to totally let go…… unless, of course, you’re distracted.
Imagine a place so beautiful and serene that you can’t help but forget about everything else. A place where the bugle of a bull elk, the call of a pileated woodpecker, or the trickle of water as it makes its way through a river shoal are the only sounds you hear. A place where things move at a slower pace and “the majesty of God’s creation” couldn’t be any more evident. That place is the Buffalo National River, and in the heart of it all is Foggy Hollow Cabin.
Foggy Hollow Cabin is completely furnished, including cooking utensils, table service and flatware. There are extra linens, towels, bathroom tissue and soap in each bath and a washer and dryer in the master bath should you need to do any laundry. Daily maid service is not offered for extended stays but if you need anything just let us know. 870-446-2810
Foggy Hollow is located in Low Gap, AR between Ponca and Jasper, and sits on sixty acres overlooking beautiful Steel Creek Valley. Whether you like to hike, canoe, or just enjoy the wildlife, Foggy Hollow is conveniently located to trailheads, outfitters, and the elk herd at Boxley Valley.
See times, distances, and maps to a sampling of attractions below.
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| (Highway 43 & 21) Directions Web
GPS: 35.97717, -93.40219 (10 miles, 20 minutes)
Home of Arkansas' famous elk herd, arguably the most viewable in the southern US. Mornings and evenings, fall rut exceptional.
| (2 miles south of Ponca) Directions
GPS: 36.00787, -93.36625 (7 miles, 15 minutes)
NPS The most popular hiking trail in the upper Buffalo River area. Barrier free stretch, suitable for families. Eden Falls, native american shelter, waterfall in cave, outstanding spring wildflowers.
|r (in Ponca) Directions
GPS: 36.02215, -93.36141 (6 miles, 14 minutes)
AGFC elk education center, nationally recognized facility.
Open daily 10 - 4:30 PM, Closed Tuesday and Wednesday
GPS: 36.03032, -93.3418 (4.5 miles, 13 minutes)
Excellent campground, but also popular with sightseers and photographers. The centerpiece is Roark Bluff, that frames the Buffalo River and has given up countless memorable landscapes. Near famous Big Bluff, a nice hike on the Old River Trail, (ORT). BRT to Ponca hike is popular, fairly easy.
GPS: 35.98829, -93.40081 (9.5 miles, 18 minutes)
The historic spring fed Boxley Valley Mill Pond is home to a population of trumpeter swans, many different waterbirds, bald eagles in season, as well as beaver, mink, otters and the occaional raccoon. Popular with photographers and wildlife watchers. Very near the best elk viewing areas.
GPS: 35.88816, -93.4698 (19 miles, 50 minutes)
Popular 3 mile round trip with 200 ft elevation change. Most photographed Arkansas Landmark. Trail can be rough, a few seasonal creeks. Hazardous around bluff edges, children need to be watched closely. Bear sightings now and then.
GPS: 36.03092, -93.25263 (8 miles, 16 minutes)
Kyles Landing is arguably the center of the Ponca Wilderness. It is the intersection of many trails and very scenic. The primitive campground is very popular with hikers. This stretch of the Buffalo River downstream from Kyles is very scenic. Best way to hike to Hemmed in Hollow via the ORT. Near Indian Canyon.
GPS: 36.07326, -93.26404 (18 miles, 40 minutes)
This is a popular trail for hikers. The round trip is around 2 miles. The trail leads to a falls and old bluff shelter. The bluffline is quite scenic with large boulders and pines. Many side trails to explore as well. Watch out for slippery rocks. The road to the trailhead can be hazardous in wet weather. The road past the trailhead into the park is 4WD only, and not maintained.