If you are a fly-fishing enthusiast, you will surely be on the look-out for a great river house to rent for your next vacation. It’s too bad that one of the most amazing river houses ever built, Kaweah Falls, is not available for rent. Near Sequoia National Park, this lovely home sprawls across two banks of a small controlled flume of the Kaweah River in California. This remarkable home was built in the 1940s and designed by Frank Robert, a prodigy of Frank Loyd Wright. It’s most unique feature is the mezzanine over the river flume that connects the two main structures of the home.
No need to fret, though, there are many river house getaways that are available for rent all over the United States. Some are so close to the water, you could practically fish from the deck, while others are just steps away from magnificent falls, or gently flowing streams. If you’re serious about a fishy vacation, gear-up at tridentflyfishing.com and check out some of the great places to get your feet wet by surfing online for fishing cabins, or fly-fishing vacations. Many of these vacation packages even come with a private fishing guide to help you find all the best fishing holes near your vacation spot.
Fish for rainbow trout while staying at a four-bedroom home on the Clark Fork River near Missoula, Montana. Or hang-out in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina while you stay at the Riverfront Fishing Cottage. Your luxurious accommodations will be just 50 feet away from the East Fork River that is teaming with rainbow trout, brown trout and brook trout. If you are a history buff, check out the Millcreek Cabin and Schoolhouse for your next accommodations. These historic buildings have been reconstructed in their current location and updated with modern amenities while retaining the look and feel of rust cabin life as it was a couple hundred years ago. Located in Livingston, Montana, these cabins are a few feet away from the beautiful Mill Creek.
Even if you’re not an avid fisherman, a river house vacation offers a relaxing atmosphere to get away from the stresses of everyday life. You can lounge on the creek bank, take a paddle in a canoe or kayak, or just spend the day swimming in the cool water.