Cleveland August 23, 2017
These 9 Cozy Cabins Are Everything You Need For The Ultimate Fall Getaway Near Cleveland
We are less than a month away from the first day of autumn. Some trees across Northeast Ohio are already starting to change, hinting at the upcoming palette that will soon paint the landscape. For many, this season is incomparable. The colors, the festivities, the sights, the smells
—there truly is nothing like Cleveland fall. There is no better time than autumn to get out and take in the wonders of the outdoors. Fortunately, there are many lovely campgrounds near Cleveland that allow you to spend a cozy weekend in the gold and rust colored landscape.
1. Country Acres Campground, 9850 Minyoung Road, Ravenna
Country Acres' cabins operate through mid-October. Though their cabins are all quite cozy, they each differ stylistically. Whether you are looking for a simple rustic log cabin or an a-frame cottage, there is something here to meet your preferred criteria. Oh, and did I mention pets are welcome?
2. The Darst-Myers Hallstead,638 West Maple Street, Hartville
Hartville is only about 20 miles outside of Cleveland, but it will take you worlds away. This site was actually a family farm on which five generations grew up. Today, the four acre farm is as peaceful as ever, and you can experience it up close at the Darst-Myers Hallstead camp cabins! Don't plan on watching television during this outing; your overnight stay will encourage you to get outdoors and explore, and you'll have a great time doing just that.
3. Punderson State Park, 11755 Kinsman Road, Newbury
Punderson State Park is perhaps one of the most beautiful parks in the state. The atmosphere is especially enticing during the autumn season, when the setting sun peaks through thinning leaves to paint shadows over the forest floor. The on-site cabins are newly refurbished, offering a comfortable stay in a stunning environment. Pets can also be accommodated, so plan a trip for the whole family!
4. Cleveland SE KOA, 187 State Route 303, Streetsboro
You can actually take a
of this quaint and quiet campground to see if it is right for you! This dreamy destination is open through October 15, offering just enough time to experience the changing of the season.
5. New London Reservoir & Campground, 2495 Euclid Road, New London
New London is a quaint and quiet village, the ideal location to hide a campground. Here, civilization is only a stone's throw away. Plus, there are plenty of on-site activities like boating and surfing to keep you entertained.
6. JellyStone Park, 12712 Hoover Avenue NW, Uniontown
JellyStone Park will transport you back to your childhood. An array of cabins await your stay, allowing you to immerse yourself in a full weekend of fun. Theme weekends allow you to plan your stay around seasonal adventures that are too good to miss out on.
7. Cottages at The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake
Though this is the furthest destination on our list in terms of mileage, the commute can easily be made in under an hour if traffic is not heavy. The stunning cottages are located right on the lake and beside a paved bike trail entrance. The cottages feature panoramic views and flat screen TVs for those rainy days.
8. Camp Toodik, State Route 39/60, Loudonville
Camp Toodik is both remote and romantic. Located in Loudonville, where small town culture meets outdoor living, is almost surreal in its beauty. Plus, you can bring your pets to select cabins!
9. American Wilderness Campground, 17273 Avon Belden Road, Grafton
American Wilderness is just a stone's throw from Cleveland, but its remoteness will surprise you. It's quiet grounds feature a lake and other fun camping amenities that will delight your inner outdoorsman. Camping season runs through October 15.
Get ready to breathe deeply and smell the campfire, because autumn is nearly here. Fall is the most beautiful season to enjoy the Ohio wilderness, and these Cleveland area cabins will ensure you enjoy a getaway that’s both dreamy and close to home.
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