These cabins and the lodge are located at Buffalo Point on the Buffalo National River in Arkansas and were constructed between 1938 and 1945 by the CCC. The cabins and lodge are located within a hilly wooded area overlooking the Buffalo National River. The structures are characterized by rustic design using hewn logs, rough-sawn siding boards, split shingles, and quarried limestone, and much of the original CCC designed and constructed furniture remains in the cabins. This original furniture is the target of this restoration project. We deeply appreciate the efforts of BNRP member, Linda Glass, as she restores all the caned furniture in the cabins.