These Floating Cabins In Ohio Are The Ultimate Place To Stay Overnight This Summer
Did you know you can spend the night on Lake Erie?
Most people don’t know you can rent a floating home along Lake Erie in Port Clinton, Ohio. It’s the ultimate summer getaway that will take your vacation to a whole other level, especially if you’re not sure what to do in Port Clinton. Lake Erie Vacation Rentals features multiple floating cabins called Coastal Floating Homes within the marina setting of Coastal Marine II that you can rent. Each unit can accommodate up to six guests and features 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. (For reservations and other information, click here.) Here’s why these one-of-a-kind accommodations belong at the top of your summer bucket list:
For a virtual tour of one of these floating cabins, watch the video below:
What do you think? Would you stay in one of these? If you’ve ever stayed in any of these amazing Lake Erie vacation rentals, we want to know what your experience was like. Share your thoughts and photos with us!
For more unique summer getaways in Ohio, check out our previous articles: 8 Waterfront Getaways In Ohio That Are Picture Perfect For Your Next Weekend Away and This Little-Known Beach Resort And Campground In Ohio Is All You Need For Summer.
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Do the floating homes move?
No, the floating homes do not move. Each of these cabins on Lake Erie stay stationary during the length of your stay. You can, however, bring your own boat (or rent one) to dock beside your cabin.
How much does it cost to rent a houseboat?
These Lake Erie cottage rentals can be reserved for the whole season or monthly. Per month, each cabin can be rented for $7,000 each. They can also be rented for the 6-month season for $20,000 each.
What do I need to bring to spend the night on a houseboat?
These special Lake Erie getaways come fully furnished, so you only need to bring personal items, clothes, toiletries, etc. Additionally, two parking spaces are included with each Lake Erie house rental. For further questions about what is provided in the cabins and what is not, you can call (419) 732 – 2165 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.