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Handhewn logs capture the spirit of our three Appalachian style cabins, while modern amenities ensure your comfort.

We offer one and two bedroom options. One of the two bedroom options is designed to be wheelchair friendly.

All cabins are a short 15 minute drive from downtown Logan, in the heart of Hocking Hills. Less than 5 minutes from Boch Hollow Nature Preserve and Rock Stulls


OUR SERVICES - What is included? 

Hot Tub
Currently available at Cohosh and Tupelo.
Wifi and Cellular Service

 Wifi available at all three cabins. Most folks get cellular service, but this cannot be guaranteed. 

Coffee Maker

Start your morning right. Our cabins have municipal water too!!


Silverware, dishes and basic cooking supplies.


Sunrise to sunset. Beautiful year round.

Bundles available at each cabin and at shared locations.

Fire Pits

One at each cabin in addition to shared fire pits.

If you stay more than 2 nights we will provide fresh towels. 


Bed linens, towels, AND TOILET PAPER are provided at each cabin

$60 additional fee per reservation. Guests are responsible for any damages. 

Pet Friendly 

Additional Fees Apply

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We are just a phone call away if you need anything during your stay. 


A beautifully built and stylized cabin. It hits all the marks. Safe, cozy, private, modern...functionality and aesthetics across the board.




Ben and Katie have been loving nature and each other for over 23 years. Both Plant Biologist by training, they were more than excited to get the opportunity to become stewards of the land and test their skills as entrepreneurs. Lewis started this journey with them and little Ms. Ada helped carry the team over the finish line. 

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Phil won Lynn's heart the day he came to remodel her house. Five dogs and over thirty years of teaching later, Lynn was ready to retire to the woods bringing all her creativity and exceptional taste with her. After getting a few houses under his belt (over fifty!) Phil decided to join Lynn in retirement and saved the best for last with our perfect cabins. Somewhat of an introvert, Leonard has been the perfect silent partner (and face licker extraordinaire).

In 2016 the acreage was agonizingly (but judiciously) timbered. When the opportunity came to manage the land, we just couldn't resist. Our intentions were simple - nourish and sustain the property in order for ourselves, our guests, and all other living things to cherish for years to come.

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While the tree tops on the ground seem unsightly, they are actually important resources to the surrounding habitat. As the trees decompose, nutrients are recycled and micro-habitats are created, facilitating the growth of new tree seedlings. The standing dead trees, resting timbered limbs, and the dead parts of live trees provide room and board for some of our favorite kinds of wildlife. It warms our hearts to see blue birds nest on the property, catch baby fawn trying to keep up with their moms, and to think of how many other animals are thriving. We have been working closely with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to ensure we successfully and thoughtfully restore the land.

Take comfort in knowing that your visit with us will help restore a stunning piece of property in Hocking County and will help provide a safe environment for wildlife to continue to thrive. 



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Boch Hollow
Nature Preseve 
Conckle's Hollow
21 Horse Cave
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Ash Cave
In the Hocking Hills of Ohio, a beautifu
Rock House
Old Man's Cave
Cedar Falls
Cantwell Cliffs
Image by Matthew Hernandez
A waterfall in a small canyon in Central
Trail Map

in Hocking County


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