The old Caboose Train is now an Airbnb across the Missouri border

Have you ever wanted to stay on a train and an Airbnb? I found a place where you can tick both of those boxes and it’s just across the border from Missouri.

Damon hosts this very unique Caboose 103 in Eureka Springs, just across the border from Missouri. Here’s how he describes it on the Airbnb listing:

This Caboose Cabin is set up on the rails, as it was when rolling through the American countryside. You will find the caboose furnished with a full/double bed, a kitchenette (coffee maker, microwave and small refrigerator). Outside, you can relax on the spacious terrace. The deck is shaded and secluded. Wooded views surround the Caboose, providing privacy and creating an intimate setting.

Check out the photos of this place with special attention to the large safe inside.

The old Caboose Train is now an Airbnb across the Missouri border

This caboose/Airbnb has a lot to offer. It’s just south of Branson and the Missouri Ozarks with an asking price of just $123 per night. Considering my family paid so much for a not-so-good motel last year that didn’t have a working restroom, that’s a bargain in my book.

There are many more photos, information and updates on the Airbnb listing for this end of the train location.

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