Shacksdale is a unique lodging experience located in the heart of the Mississippi Delta

Clarksdale, Mississippi


We can guarantee this will be one of the most unique and memorable places you will ever stay. 


Located across the tracks from Shack Up Inn in Clarksdale Mississippi. A bar and a live music venue are just across the street.



 With a homegrown staff and southern hospitality, you'll truly feel right at home.

There are no actual farm animals running around this shack but you'll sure feel like there should be.


Chikan Coop was Designed to make you feel like you should be waking up at the crack of dawn to harvest some milk and eggs. We can't promise you fresh dairy but we can promise an unforgettable experience when you book this shack.


If only Jimi could see this little red house


If having a few drinks is on your agenda while visiting Mississippi then this is the shack for you. Loaded with a copper wrapped bar with a front and back porch, this place is made for sipping cocktails and cold beer. 


This is what you came for. 


Here at Shacksdale we encourage diversity and originality. This is why each one of our shacks is uniquely different in its own way and this one is no exception. With a porch designed for the ultimate viewing of delta sunsets and landscapes, we guarantee you won't be disappointed. Oh, and don't forget your camera. 


Bob Dylan would be jealous of this view of HWY 49


Sitting right next to a cotton field and highway 49 this is the epitome of the sharecropper experience. Since most of you won't be doing manual farm labor during your stay, this shack has been known for inspiring true folk songs and tales from creatives all over the world. 


The Beginning of Shacksdale


Dogtrot was the first shack built for Shacksdale. This double unit joined by a porch, sits on the edge of East Tallahatchie road giving you just a short walk to the Shack Up Inn grounds. If history and originality are your thing then this is where it all started.


Dogtrot A

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Dogtrot B