Cabin vacation rentals & homes in Ohio

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“THE DREAMCATCHER” TREEHOUSE at Creek Ridge Cabins
SUPERHOST
Entire cabin · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
“THE DREAMCATCHER” TREEHOUSE at Creek Ridge CabinsThe "Dreamcatcher" Treehouse is a unique secluded hideaway perched high above the scenic ravine and creekside. In an enchanted wooded setting, a winding gravel pathway leads to a "swinging" suspension bridge of whimsical nature to the treehouse. Breathtaking views await, from the floor to ceiling wall of windows or the oversized deck incorporating a full size live tree and hot tub. With upscale modern design featuring a cozy rustic vibe, your stay will be a memorable welcome retreat.
Peaceful Cabin w/ Hot Tub, Pool, Fishing Pond
Entire cabin · 8 guests · 5 beds · 2 baths
Peaceful Cabin w/ Hot Tub, Pool, Fishing PondThe Lodge is a 3 bedroom, 2 full bath vintage cabin that's been totally restored while keeping its rustic charm. It sleeps 8 guests with XL bunk beds on the lower level and features some incredible amenities including a heating swimming pool, hot tub, fire pit, private fishing pond, and more. It is filled with handmade furniture and local artwork as well as locally roasted coffee. It's located less than 10 minutes from Mohican State Park, Snow Trails Ski Resort, and more!
"THE MOON" -  Creek Ridge Cabins HOT TUB ON DECK!!
SUPERHOST
Entire cabin · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
"THE MOON" - Creek Ridge Cabins HOT TUB ON DECK!!Creek Ridge Cabins at Lexington offer a unique secluded hideaway with the convenience of shopping and restaurants nearby. Our cabins feature upscale modern design with beautiful cozy interiors in an enchanted wooded setting. A wall of windows overlooking the large deck provides stunning views of the scenic ravine and creekside below. Whether on a business trip or a weekend getaway, your stay at The Moon cabin will be a welcome retreat.

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  • Free parking on premises
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Lake cabins in Ohio

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  2. Burton
Ma & Pa's Cabin Very Private Fireplace Cozy
$121 per night
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  2. Logan
THE KOI HOUSE IN HOCKING HILLS.
$282 per night
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  2. Logan
Unplug, Recharge, & Make Memories in Hocking Hills
$221 per night
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  2. New Plymouth
Boondocks Bungalow
$199 per night
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  2. East Canton
Serene cabin nestled in an orchard with lake view
$250 per night
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  2. Gallipolis
River's Edge Bed & Breakfast
$101 per night
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  2. South Charleston
Green Plains Cabin
$200 per night
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  2. West Liberty
Blackbird on the Mad River
$183 per night
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  2. Chillicothe
CREEKSIDE CABIN + view, forest, fishing & peaceful
$122 per night
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  2. Athens
Unique Private Lake at Yellow Dog Lake Cabins
$418 per night
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  2. Bellville
Red Bend cabin overlooking the river with hot tub.
$275 per night
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  2. Oak Hill
Secluded 2 bedroom cabin near Lake Jackson.
$95 per night

Your guide to Ohio

Welcome to Ohio

Some states are famous for their mountains or beaches. Ohio is famous for its people. One nickname for the state is Mother of Presidents, since eight U.S. presidents were born or raised here, although it’s noted, too, for the charm of its general citizenry. The state is also possessed of an unexpected geographic diversity. Ohio has major cities imbued with an urban energy, like Cincinnati and Cleveland. It has smaller cities with the flair and vibrancy of major metropolises including Dayton and Columbus, which attracts national attention for its culinary and arts scenes. The state’s bucolic villages and open farmland have attracted both the Amish and back-to-the-landers alike. And if people aren’t your thing? Ohio features rolling hills dense with birdsong and hardwood forests.


How do I get around Ohio?

Ohio is served by several major airports. The ones in Cleveland (CLE), Cincinnati (CVG), Dayton (DAY), and Columbus (CMH) all see frequent commercial flights. Within the state, bus companies connect most major cities; GoBus, for instance, serves Athens, Columbus, Cleveland, Wooster, and communities along the way. You’ll want to have a car at hand for traveling further afield and exploring the city’s parklands or lakes.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Ohio?

Ohio is splendid in the fall. September and October here are drier than any other months and tend to be cool and comfortable. It’s wise to pay attention to college football schedules here, as big games at college towns can lead to teeming crowds at restaurants and congested roads. Summers can vary from comfortably hot to uncomfortably hot; always prepare for occasional thunderstorms. Spring is a mixed bag, with some lovely days and others filled with chilly rain. Few claim that winter is the best time in Ohio — polar chills can dip down from the Arctic, and winds sweep across the Great Lakes to scour the northern parts of the state.


What are the top things to do in Ohio?

American Sign Museum

Opened in 2005, this quirky collection claims to be the largest public museum dedicated to signs in the United States. Inside the 20,000-square-foot building are hundreds of displays of how companies have shouted at us from rooftops, storefronts, and highways. These range from signs touting a novel product called lightbulbs, to neon’s peacock phase, to now-faded roadside icons.

Cedar Point Amusement Park

With its 17 roller coasters and deep lineup of thrill rides, Ohio’s most popular amusement park — the second oldest in the country, dating back to 1870 — is a hit with kids as well as adults who feel that childhood ended far too early. Cedar Point sprawls over 364 acres, and the roller coasters range from a gentle 1964 wooden classic to the latest, fastest, most terrifying screamers. If swirling in the air at high speeds isn’t your thing, there are also water slides, kids’ rides, live entertainment, and dozens of food stands.

Toledo Museum of Art

Since it opened in 1901, the Toledo Museum of Art has amassed an impressive collection of art from a range of eras, including early Egyptian and Greek, as well as the work of historic and modern American artists. The museum is especially noted for its displays of historic and modern glass — there’s a glassblowing studio where you can see glassmaking in action — not to mention its stunningly modern Glass Pavilion.