We are certain this cabin will provide many happy and memorable vacations for your family. Big Whiskey is boardered by National Forest land which offers endless hours of exploring, yet is located only minutes from all the activities in Hochatown. This is one of those secluded, charming, quite, comfortable cabins that will book quickly…so make your reservation soon!

Location & Sleeping Arrangements

Located in the up and coming Hochatown Trails, Big Whiskey is a 1,328 sq. ft, 2 level, 2 bedroom w/loft bedroom, 2 bath cabin that accommodates 4 adults and 2 children. Sleeping arrangements are 2 king beds, and 1 sleeper sofa in loft (best suited for small children).

Big Whiskey Cabin Amenities and Features

Boarders National Forest

Covered Decks, and Balcony

1/2 Mile Hike to the Lake

Horse Shoes

Wireless Internet

Fully equipped kitchen with full sized appliances

Keurig Coffee pot so bring your favorite K-cups

Central Heat and Air

Propane Fireplace

Cable (4 TV’s: bedrooms, living room, and loft)

Wireless Internet



Board games

Boarders National Forest

Covered decks

5-6 person outdoor hot tub on open deck area

Charcoal grill

Outdoor fire pit

Large Drive way and parking area for easy access while pulling a boat.

1/2 mile hike to the lake

Covered balcony

Pets Prohibited


$199.00 night, weeknights (Monday-Thursday)
$259.00 night, weekends (Friday-Saturday-Sunday)

Published rates above are subject to change without notice and do not include taxes or other fees. Please refer to our policies/rates page for information.

Guest Comments

“I book this cabin for a fishing trip with my sons. This cabin was awesome for a guys trip. We spent all day fishing and then when we came back we grilled and relaxed on the couch watching TV. We were worried about the cabin feeling to feminine but it was very rustic and really felt like a cabin.”

– The Rohrbaugh Boys (Texarkana Tx)

Guest Comments

“I reserved this cabin as a small stop for me and my husband on our cross country trip. This cabin was amazing and a great place to stretch our legs after a long time on the road. We didn’t want to leave today but we must keep going. We will be back on our way home.”

– The Seabaughs (Austin Tx)