Bring the whole family and get away from it all!
Enjoy this quiet lodge nestled in the forest on the Spring River. All the comforts of home without the hustle and stress of work. Enjoy coffee while watching the sunrise from the second-story balcony, and prepare lunch or dinner on the grill before catching the magnificent sunset while you enjoy roasting smores' around your own private fire pit. Relax and let the tension melt away. Explore the river trail & hunt for fossils. Parking on both levels and plenty of parking for boats with outlets outside. Kitchen & Bedroom with 3 beds on upper level. Living room with air hockey and bedroom with 2 beds on lower level. Wrap around decks on both levels. Playground for the kids.
Launch your boat at Twin Bridges State Park or the Spring River bridge on Hwy 10. Or fish from the bluff at the end of the River Trail. Spring River joins the Neosho River 4 miles downstream and feeds into Grand Lake.
High-speed internet and Roku/Fire streaming TV. Pots, pans, dishes, glasses, utensils, an outdoor propane grill, a fire pit with firewood, outdoor seating, picnic tables, and an amazing view of the Spring River await.
Formerly Godfrey's Rustic Cabins. Overlooks North Grand Lake/Spring River. The lodge is next to the river.
No pets. Security Deposit required prior to arrival. A signed lease is required. Early check-in and late check-out may be available for a fee.
Rates & Availability
Cancellation Policy: One hundred percent (100.00%) of the total booking charges (less $50.00 cancellation fee) will be refunded if the cancellation is made more than 60 days prior to the arrival date of the reservation. For cancellations made within 60 days prior to the arrival date, no refund will be issued.
About the Owner
Originally built and owned by Tim and Carolyn Godfrey, Godfrey's Rustic Cabins has been a quiet hidden gem along the Spring River for several years. After Tim passed away in 2019, Carolyn operated the cabins until she found just the right people to keep up their legacy. We are honored to continue the cabins that Tim and Carolyn so lovingly built.
A keypad is available 24 hours a day to provide entry for guests