Lofty, one-of-a-kind lodging, wood-fired cedar hot tubs and more await visitors.
Among the Trees Lodging’s Maple View Treehouse has room for four and is suspended among a grove of sugar maples. Guests are greeted with spectacular bird’s eye canopy views after crossing the cable bridge to a sweeping deck. Doors open to a first-level master bedroom with a queen bed, while two twins fill a cozy overhead loft that’s accessible via the hand-crafted ladder. This intimate 460-square foot tree house is small in size but offers big adventure and expansive windows for vistas from every angle.
The Canopy Treehouse at Canopy Ridge Cabins is Hocking Hills’ first and only treehouse made entirely of cedar logs. Hidden in the trees 20 feet off the ground, this beauty’s massive second-story deck takes guests even higher. The fully wheelchair-accessible treehouse features a fully-equipped kitchen with granite counter tops, a large walk-in tiled shower, a gas fireplace, a king bed with 900 thread count linens, WiFi, double decks, a hot tub, outdoor shower and a fire pit.
Corban Cabin Getaways’ Sidney Nook Treehouse is hidden away in its own secluded woodlands. A dozen massive windows give wide-open views of the beautiful grounds below. Guests can snuggle by the fireplace indoors, or sit on the hand-crafted Adirondack chairs on the wrap-around timber deck with its 360-degree scenic views. Visitors can sleep among the trees in two queen bedrooms that are fully furnished with handmade hardwood furniture. A gas grill and the fire ring add to the inviting outdoor spaces.
Tucked in the timbers of this dark sky region, Comfort in the Woods Treehouse offers unrivaled stargazing from a toasty hot tub situated on the deck that encircles the entire structure. Floating 20 feet up in a canopy of lush trees, travelers love the view of the meandering stream that rolls by this cozy, two-person treehouse. A fully-equipped kitchen and an inviting fire ring complete the treehouse experience, creating a perfect couple’s weekend getaway that’s incredibly affordable.
Located 40 miles southeast of Columbus, Ohio, Hocking Hills offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences that make every day feel like Saturday, with plenty of Admission: FREE activities. Beyond treehouses, the region boasts a wide variety of other affordable lodging, from camping, cabins and cottages to hotels and inns. In addition to hiking trails, parks and forests, the Hocking Hills is the zipline capital of the Midwest, with 50 ziplines being offered via three distinct guide services. Unique gift and antique shops, canoeing, horseback riding, golf, spas and more add to the allure of the Hocking Hills as the perfect place to unplug. Complete traveler information is available ExploreHockingHills.com or 1-800-Hocking (800-462-5464).