Welcome to Nature's Pointe Cabins in Ohio's Hocking Hills
Welcome! We offer quality cabin lodging to responsible couples and small families seeking to trade hectic everyday life for the peaceful solitude of nature and the Hocking Hills. Our premier ridgetop locations are just minutes from Hocking Hills State Park, beautiful waterfalls, hiking trails and all the other parks and attractions found throughout the Hocking Hills region.
At three secluded properties, we offer seven comfortable and inviting cabins: Settler's Hollow, The Wildwood, Ridgeview, Cricket's Cove, Bellwoode, Rocky Ridge and Laurel Ridge, all of which are secluded, fully equipped and very clean. Hot tubs overlooking the surrounding forests of the Hocking Hills can be found on the decks of all cabins. We do allow well behaved, house trained pets in Settler's Hollow, Ridgeview, Bellwoode, Rocky Ridge and Laurel Ridge. Please review our policies for pet limitations.
Spring is a beautiful time to stay with us. The dormant forest surrounding our cabins begins to stir with life as temperatures warm and days become longer. Soon, a tinge of green will appear on the woodland's winter palette of browns and grays. Trees will start to develop their buds as the first wildflowers poke through last autumn's layer of fallen leaves. The songs of returning woodland birds will join those of the hardy souls who stuck around through winter. In the nearby parks, snowmelt means the waterfalls will be roaring. We invite you to visit us this spring for a front row seat to one of nature's greatest acts.
Please use the menu on the left to navigate throughout our site. To help you plan your trip to the Hocking Hills, we've provided listings for most area outdoor activities, dining & shopping, plus a really handy interactive map of the Hocking Hills with more than 90 area parks, activities, points of interest, shops and restaurants locataed on it. Thank you for visiting and we'll look forward to hosting you on your next Hocking Hills cabin getaway.
"I can enjoy society in a room; but out of doors, nature is company enough for me." ~William Hazlitt