Suspended high within the trees, a stay in a tree house hotel will bring back the magic of your childhood. From two-story luxury to cozy nest-like tree houses, you’ll find plenty of unique tree houses with amazing amenities to live out your childhood dreams! Keep reading to find where you can stay in a tree house in Ohio.
Located in Ohio’s Amish Country, Berlin Woods Treehouses from Amish Country Lodging features six tree houses on 38 acres of secluded woods. Each treehouse suspends 30 feet off the ground, so don’t be alarmed if you feel a little movement when the trees sway. Accommodating 2-6 people, the luxury tree houses feature living space with a flat screen television, electricity, kitchenette, fireplace, two-person stone Jacuzzi tub, full bathroom, Amish-crafted furniture and a covered porch. The Berlin Woods Treehouses are perfect for a romantic escape or family-friendly getaway in Amish Country.
For a bird’s eye view of Hocking Hills, stay in a cozy tree house from Among The Trees Lodging. Three uniquely shaped tree houses with spectacular views of Hocking Hills and Old Hocking Canal can accommodate 2-4 people. Each tree house features a cable bridge entry way, front and back decks with outdoor furniture, propane grill, outdoor hot tub, living area with television, electricity, dining table, kitchenette and full bathroom. Among The Trees tree houses make the perfect retreat after a long day exploring the beauty of Hocking Hills!
As the most well-known tree houses in Ohio, The Mohicans feature six one-of-a-kind authentic tree houses. Two treehouses were designed by Pete Nelson of Discovery Channel’s Treehouse Masters, and the Little Red Treehouse was featured on an episode of the show! Accommodating 2-4 people, each unique treehouse features electricity, a kitchenette, living area with television/DVD (no satellite or cable), deck with outdoor furniture, all have indoor toilets, and several have outdoor showers. The Mohicans’ Treehouses are the perfect romantic retreat!
Oak Openings Nature Preserve
Although not scheduled to be completed until early 2020, Cannaley Treehouse Village at Oak Openings Preserve in Toledo will be a one-of-a-kind tree house experience in Ohio. The tree house village design was consulted by Pete Nelson of Discovery Channel’s, Treehouse Masters and is being constructed by a Metroparks Toledo crew, local naturalists and architects. The village will featurw a six-person, four-person and two, two-person tree houses; three tent and hammock platforms for camping in the trees; a common tree house with seating for 49 people; crow’s nest and canopy walk linking the common tree house to the crow’s nest. Four private tree houses and tent platforms will be available to rent for overnights stays, and the common tree house will be available for reservation by groups.