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c. 1881. Old-fashioned country store overlooks a pond scene. According to local records, the Pond, from which the store derived its name, was built by the county as a watering place for oxen, horses and mules which were used in hauling cotton and other produce to Fort Adams by wagon for transshipment via river steamboat.
The pond Store Cabin is a quaint one-room cabin equipped with two queen-sized beds and a sleeping loft. The spacious cabin also has a kitchenette with stovetop, sink and refrigerator. This is an ideal getaway cabin for families or couples. Small pets are welcome for an additional fee. Enjoy country living at its finest.
Information available on sites in the surrounding area. 300 yards from Clark Creek Nature area.
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