The physical address is 4728 Cozahome Rd., Harriet, Arkansas 72639.  

From Little Rock take I-40 to Conway.  Take Exit 125 to Highway 65 north towards Harrison.  Proceed north on Highway 65 to Marshall (approx. 65 miles through  Greenbrier, Damascus, Bee Branch, Clinton, and Leslie).  Just as you enter Marshall, turn right on Highway 27 toward Harriet.  Go approx. 11 miles (through Morning Star) to the intersection with Highway 14 at Harriet.  Go left on Highway 14 towards Yellville (and Buffalo River).  Proceed approx. 3.3 miles and turn right on County Road 61 towards Cozahome (also known as Cozahome Road).  There will be signs to Cozahome and you’ll see the HaRoCo Volunteer Fire Department (red metal building), Rock Creek Community Center (white-sided building) and a cemetery.  There are various signs at the turn off (one says "Tributary") and also a green sign for "Cozahome Cabin" with a direction arrow.  (If you see a sign to Spring Creek access on Buffalo River, you’ve gone too far!).

If coming from Yellville on Highway 14 South, it's approx.  20 miles to the turn-off to Cozahome.  Coming from Yellville, you will cross the Buffalo River at the Highway 14 Bridge and approx. 3 miles further south -- just past the sign to Spring Creek Access Point -- you will see a sign to Cozahome where you will turn left.

Once on Cozahome Road, proceed approx. 3.2 miles towards Cozahome (the road will turn to gravel about ½ way).  At Cozahome, you will pass a church on your right and a blue water tower on left and you come to a “Y” in the road.  At the "Y," go LEFT (north) on Cozahome Road which is still County Road 61.  (Be sure to go past the church and the blue water tower on your left in Cozahome.  Otherwise, you will turn too soon and end up at Loafer’s Glory WMA!).  Look for the sign to "Cozahome Cabin" with direction arrow.  Then go approx. 1.4 miles to the Marion County line (there's a sign  that says "entering Marion County").  The cabin is on your left.  There is a gray gate with a sign that says “Cozahome Mule Farm, LLC” and a mailbox with “Cozahome Cabin.”  The cabin has a copper colored metal roof.