Do you love fishing or just want to get away for the weekend? Then Rosston, Arkansas just might be a place to unwind in a brand new secluded cabin on the lake less than 60 minutes from Texarkana.

The Cabin

This secluded 2500 sq. ft. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroom vacation rental sleeps up to 8 people, sits on top of a private lake in Rosston home to some of the best bass fishing in the state of Arkansas. Dangle your feet off the huge attached dock and cast your line in the water or just drink a cool one under the covered dock or do some cooking on a large charcoal grill.

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There's even a fishing pontoon nearby that is available for use.

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When you finally get settled in for the evening pull up a lounge chair on the deck and get a perfect view of the stars. When you're ready to go to bed your comfortable cabin has two spacious bedrooms with queen beds and two bathrooms completely stocked with all the essentials you need. The upstairs even has a balcony.

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The Kitchen

When you wake up the next morning throw on some bacon to fry in the fully equipped kitchen and watch the sunrise off the dock. This cabin has lots of amenities too like HDTV, free WiFi, ceiling fans, cabin decor, dining table. The kitchen is fully stocked with all the cooking basics like spices, microwave, dishware, flatware, and a blender. There's even a laundry room with a washer and dryer.

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The Cabin on Newton's Lake has everything you need for a great group trip, a picturesque wedding, or even a honeymoon.

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Reasonable Rates

The best part about staying here is you don't have to break the bank to do it. The average rate right now as I am writing this story is $95 per night but could fluctuate depending on the season. So gather up a group of friends or make it a guy's or girl's weekend stay.

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