Does your family like the idea of camping, but not the idea of “roughing it”? Then you might like glamping in Ohio! Glamping is all about making camping comfy and luxurious, so you’re able to enjoy the great things about nature without having to deal so much with the rough.
One year of prayer/planning, seven months of blood, sweat, tears, early mornings, late nights, help from family and friends, and three shipping containers later, The Britts built their first home – the OG Box Hop. Since then, they have taken glamping to a whole other level with multiple rentals all with the same desire: to share their homes and dreams with others, to invite and encourage them to step away from life’s daily challenges, demands, routines and activities and give their minds and bodies a place of rest and solitude.
The gorgeous treehouses in Amish Country are less than a mile to the wonderful shops and restaurants in downtown Berlin. These custom Berlin, Ohio treehouses stand 30 feet off the ground and provide a unique experience for anniversaries, honeymoons, or family friendly getaways to Amish Country.
The caboose offers all the comforts of home, in a small & economic space. The caboose may be red in color, but it’s green at heart. Small homes are naturally more green and to keep with that, the caboose team has made every effort to make the caboose as “green” as possible. The exterior lighting is on timers, all lights are LED, Nest thermostat, etc. The Caboose has all the comforts of home: central air conditioning and heat, a kitchenette, a full bath, and five twin size beds, two of which are upper bunks in the “cupola”. The kitchenette is fully stocked with dishes, glassware, silverware, pots and pans. it includes a coffee maker, toaster, microwave, and small fridge/freezer, but no stove or oven.
Just three miles from Rock Bridge State Park, this rental is a 5mm Geodesic dome, with a private bathroom, kitchenette and private hot tub. The property has a game room that includes pool table, shuffle board, darts, foosball and more.
The Observatory tree-house is a vacation experience that quite literally rises above the rest! Built not for the faint of heart, this tree-top adventure offers the best views of the Red River Gorge. Acscend the wandering wooden staircases into the canopy to begin your exploration of this pirate ship in the trees. You’ll discover spectacular views from a glass bedroom with built-in skylights, a screened-in hammock lounge with plenty of storage, and a cozy kitchen with a wrap-around porch.
Dome Town: Sleep the night away in this forested geodesic treehouse cluster! Dome town is a series of geodesic domes suspended in the trees. The domes are connected by suspension bridges that weave through the canopy. In total there are three sleeping domes, a giant canopy lounge net, and one communal water dome, where there are two full baths, and one wash station. Each dome offers a private and unique experience.
Somewhere between needing to unplug and having an adventure-packed family weekend falls Dappled Light Adventures and the coziest cabin in Daniel Boone National Forest. Whether you’re needing to dive into a good book on the cliff’s edge or lay among the trees in a net, the 50 acre family-owned Kentucky property has a little bit of everything.