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HISTORY Bean Creek Cabins is one of the most unique places you will ever visit. Rich in history and unparallel natural beauty offering three unique cabins which were built in the mid 1800's before the Civil War. There is a year-round creek and countless springs throughout the property. The largest cabin once served as the town Mercantile. Notable guests include Jesse James & Albert Pike who hosted the Masonic Lodge Hall meetings in the Mercantile. How did the Bean Creek community get its name? According to the legend... the creek flowing through the community was just an ordinary creek until a man riding a pack horse decided to ride through. A bag of beans tied to his saddle spilled as he was riding. When this sack of beans burst, the beans fell into and around the creek below. In due time the beans grew in and around the creek. Read the more in depth history as told by Stacey Bean. Read a glowing article about Bean Creek Cabins as written by Denise Parkinson and printed in Life & Home Magazine. Read more about the history of Caddo Gap, Arkansas.
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Bean Creek Cabins 114 Bean Road, Caddo Gap, AR 870-905-0155 beancreekcabins@gmail.com BEAN CABIN Monument in Caddo Gap town center. Shutter above Fireplace BEAN CABIN
A noteworthy feature of the cabin is a window shutter from Basinger’s store that is now embedded in the mantle above the fireplace. The sturdy wooden shutter is complete with a state-of-the-art, 19th Century pre-Civil War security system; it has hundreds of nails driven into it, a tactic to keep thieves from being able to hack through the shutter with an axe.
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HISTORY OF BEAN CREEK CABINS Bean Creek Cabins is one of the most unique places you will ever visit. Rich in history and unparallel natural beauty offering three unique cabins which were built in the mid 1800's before the Civil War. There is a year-round creek and countless springs throughout the property. The largest cabin once served as the town Mercantile. Notable guests include Jesse James & Albert Pike who hosted the Masonic Lodge Hall meetings in the Mercantile. How did the Bean Creek community get its name? According to the legend... the creek flowing through the community was just an ordinary creek until a man riding a pack horse decided to ride through. A bag of beans tied to his saddle spilled as he was riding. When this sack of beans burst, the beans fell into and around the creek below. In due time the beans grew in and around the creek. Read the more in depth history as told by Stacey Bean. Read a glowing article about Bean Creek Cabins as written by Denise Parkinson and printed in Life & Home Magazine. Read more about the history of Caddo Gap, Arkansas.
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Bean Creek Cabins 114 Bean Road, Caddo Gap, AR 870-905-0155 beancreekcabins@gmail.com
114 Bean Rd. Caddo Gap, AR 71956
BEAN CABIN Monument in Caddo Gap town center.