Here in Ohio, we know the fall season doesn’t last long—so you need to fully bask in it while it’s here. One of the best ways to embrace the fall season is to stay in a cozy cabin, deep in the woods of your favorite state park or region of Ohio. Surrounded by the stunning fall foliage, it’s the perfect escape from the routine and demands of everyday life that can get tiresome. The following are just 12 of our favorite cabin getaways in Ohio—and they’re calling your name this fall.
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1. Antler Ridge Cabin (Stockport)
Ideal for four guests (but can sleep up to six), this beautiful Morgan County cabin is located on 32 acres of forest and rolling hills to explore. (Complete with a gorgeous creek.) It features two bedrooms, one bath and Internet access.
2. The Walhonding (Glenmont)
Within the Mohican State Park, you'll find this beautiful getaway, in addition to other cabin (and tree house) options. This particular cabin was Amish built and features four bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms and sleeps up to 14 guests.
3. The Cabin at the Preserve (Rockbridge)
This authentic Lincoln Log Cabin is located between two beautiful nature preserves within the Hocking Hills. It can sleep up to 12 guests, and is only four miles from Old Man's Cave and two miles from Conkle's Hollow.
4. Getaway Cabins Eagle’s Nest (Bloomingville)
Bring the family or split the price of this quaint, four-person cabin with another couple, which is also located in the scenic Hocking Hills. It features a queen size bed, a plush futon, a standard kitchen, a hot tub, gas grill and DirecTV.
5. Sunset Ridge Log Cabins (Danville)
Each of these two quaint cabins (for two) feature a hot tub on the back deck, a kitchen, fireplace and air conditioning. It's the perfect quiet, romantic getaway.
6. Whispering Pines Tree House (Berlin)
This gorgeous cabin is suspended 22 feet in the air. It features a stone jacuzzi, a king-size bed, a fully equipped kitchen, walk-in shower, living room and cherry hardwood floors. This cozy treehouse is the perfect way to experience Ohio Amish Country.
7. Deersville Cabin (Deersville)
This beautiful secluded cabin is just seven miles from Tappan Lake. It features four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a washer and dryer, a private fishing pond, multiple nature paths and an archery range. This is another perfect option for a family weekend away.
8. Possum Lodge Cabin (Freeport)
Close to Salt Fork State Park, as well as Clendening and Piedmont Lakes, this family-sized cabin getaway can be found in Freeport. This beautiful cabin features one full bathroom, a washer and dryer, a back porch dining area and sleeps eight comfortably.
9. The Cabin at Maple Grove (Urbana)
With a large front yard surrounded by plenty of trees, the beautiful log cabin is great place to bask in the greatness of fall. It features two bathrooms, one bedroom and can sleep up to four people.
10. Big Rock Cabin (Beaver)
This quaint, quirky cabin is full of character. It features an outdoor hot tub, one full bathroom and sleeps two. This is another great option for a romantic weekend getaway.
11. Outlaw Cabin at Smoke Rise Ranch (Glouster)
Located between Nelsonville and Athens, this quaint cabin can accommodate up to six guests. It's a quiet retreat that's perfect for couples and families alike. Pets are also allowed (for a fee.)
12. Cave Hill Log Cabin (Winchester)
This hewn log cabin was originally built before the Civil War, but has been fully restored by local Adams County craftsmen, according to Airbnb.com. It features a stone fireplace crafted by hand, one bedroom, one bathroom and can accommodate up to four guests.
Have you stayed in any of these cabins before? What (and where) is your favorite cabin getaway in Ohio? Share your opinions, experiences and photos with us!